Schedule of Charges (2015–2016)

Tuition-Per Semester Credit Hour (1)

Undergraduate Tuition

 

12-18 hours (block)

$11,624

1-11 hours

898

19+ hours

833

Undergraduate Summer School

325

Undergraduate Auditing (per credit hour)(2)

53

Undergraduate Nursing (1)

TBA

Undergraduate Business Management (AS)

295

Undergraduate Business Administration - Management (BA)

395

Undergraduate Computer Information Technology

395

Undergraduate Health Information Technology

395

Undergraduate Health Care Administration

395

Undergraduate Management and Human Relations (on campus & online)

395

Undergraduate Christian Ministry Online (AA)

295

Undergraduate Christian Ministry Online (BA)

395

Certificate Courses Offered through SGCS

300

Adult Degree-Completion Electives

325

Graduate Programs

 

Education-MAT

599

Education-EdS

525

Education-CAI

401

Education-Ed Leadership

512

Education-ESL

401

Library Science

614

Management (MSM, MBA - on campus & online)

520

MSM IT

520

Physician Assistant

694

Counseling

636

Counseling-PhD

799

Religion

350

Organizational Leadership

401

Leadership-EdD

699

Post Baccalaureate Program (3)

499

Continuing Education Unit (per unit)

94

Room and Meal Plan-Per Semester

Regular Room

2,075

Private Room

3,113

Meal Plan (Unlimited access 7 a.m.—7 p.m.)

2,075

Meal Plan with Snack Shoppe credit

 

($50 value for a cost of $45)

2,120

($100 value for a cost of $80)

2,155

Commuter Meal Plan (non-residential students)

615

10 Meal Plan

1,556

7 Meal Plan

1,090

Department Charges

Science Laboratory Fee

60

Developmental Mathematics Fee

110

Introduction to Health and Wellness (HPE 1500)

30

Coaching and Officiating Golf (SMC 300G)

30

First Aid/CPR and AED (EXS 1500)

30

Sports Medicine (EXS 3500)

30

Therapeutic Exercise and Rehabilitation (EXS 3520)

30

Care and Prevention of Athletic Injury (EXS 2250)

30

Leadership Paradigms (LDR 2100)

325

Life of the Christian Minister (REL 4100)

60

Ministry of Compassion (ICS 3070)

100

Private instruction in Music (per credit hour)

280

Additional fee for voice instruction (half hour/hour)

75/150

Gospel Choir (MCM 1800)

50

Vocal Edge Ensemble (MCM 1825)

20

Commercial Vocal Ensemble (MCM 1830)

20

Instrument Repair (MUS 3050)

10

Teacher Education

 

Becoming a Teacher (EDU 1020)

205

Prescriptive Learning Lab (EDU 1100)

40

Enhanced Student Teaching (EDU 4640, EDU 4670, EDU 4680, SED 4650)

850

Education Field Experience Fee

30

(EDU 2011, EDU 2012, EDU 2013, EDU 2300, EDU 2350, EDU 2825, EDU 3370, EDU 3455, EDU 3465, EDU 3510, EDU 4130, EDU 4230, EDU 4550, EDU 433F, ENG 3150, ENG 3180, SED 3010, SED 3050, SED 3060)

 

Alternative License Mentoring Fee (EDU 4710, EDU 4715)

800

Processing Fees

Admissions

ACT Test Fee

40

Application Fee Undergraduate (non-refundable)

25

Enrollment Deposit

200

Student Development

Damage to Residence Halls (4)

TBD

General

Fees per semester

Technology Fee (per semester)

150

Parking Fee--Traditional Students

100

Parking Fee--Commuter Students

35

Other fees

Late Registration Fee

100

Returned Check Fee

35

Records

Prior Learning Evaluation Fee (per petition)

(non-refundable)

50

Prior Learning Transcription Fee (per credit hour)

10

Directed Study Fee (includes Reading courses)

50

Additional specific charges and fees for adult studies programs and graduate programs are published in their respective catalogs.

Notes:

(1)

For students enrolled in the Nursing Program of study, there will be additional charges for the course hours taken at Belmont University. These additional charges are calculated and published in May and may be accessed by calling the Nursing Program Coordinator at (615) 248-1540 or Office of Financial Aid at (615) 248-1242. Students enrolled in the Nursing Program who are at Belmont University for much of their day may request to be approved for the 7 Meal Plan which has a lower cost than the usual Full Meal Plan. Students should contact the Office of Student Development to make their request.

(2)

Senior citizens, 60 years of age or older, may audit up to 3 hours per semester tuition-free on space available basis with approval of instructor and associate vice president for academic services. Does not apply to trips, special degree programs, or course fees.

(3)

Directed Study taken by Post Baccalaureate students is charged regular University tuition plus fee.

(4)

Damage in a residence hall for which responsibility cannot be determined will be charged on a pro rata basis to all residents during the semester. Person(s) known to be responsible for vandalism will be charged the full amount personally. Damage in a student’s room is charged to the resident(s) of that room or to the person(s) known to have caused the damage.