Office of the Bursar Hovde Hall of Administration

Student Fee Rates Footnotes — 2019-20

  1. Fees for students (West Lafayette campus only) who withdraw or drop courses shall be prorated based upon the schedule provided at Purdue University's Refund Policy.
  2. Rates apply to audited courses as well as to courses for credit.
  3. Purdue University Northwest Fall/Spring semester part-time undergraduate students enrolled in less than 12 credit hours in Business, Engineering, Technology, or Nursing programs will be assessed per semester the part-time per credit rate or equivalent and a reduced differential general service fee based on the enrolled program. (Business=$152 a semester, Engineering=$218 a semester, Nursing=$152 a semester, Technology=$202 a semester). Summer semester will be assessed the part-time rate.
  4. Purdue University Northwest Fall/Spring semester part-time graduate students enrolled in less than eight (8) credit hours in Business, Engineering, Technology, or Nursing programs will be assessed per semester the part-time per credit rate or equivalent and a reduced differential general service fee based on the enrolled program. (Business=$202 a semester, Engineering=$243 a semester, Nursing=$202 a semester, Technology=$243 a semester). Summer semester will be assessed the part-time rate.
  5. Except for Honors College, students with dual degrees will be charged the higher of the two differential fees. Honors College students will be assessed in addition to other differential.
  6. Students continuously enrolled prior to Summer 2018 will not be charged the Honors College differential until attainment of one degree or until the Fall 2021 semester, whichever comes first. All Honors College students will be assessed the differential effective Fall 2021.
  7. The Technology Fee is charged to all students except Graduate Staff and Graduate School Fellows. This fee is nonrefundable except as mandated by Title IV regulations.
  8. Remittances will not be applied toward the Repair and Rehabilitation Fee, and this fee is nonrefundable except as mandated by Title IV regulations.
  9. The Student Fitness and Wellness Fee and the Student Activity Fee are not charged to part-time (including Veterinary Medicine per-credit-hour assessed students) and Statewide Technology students. These fees are refundable. Remittances will not be applied toward the Student Fitness and Wellness Fee or the Student Activity Fee. Students not charged the Student Fitness and Wellness Fee and Student Activity Fee will pay a user fee if they use the Rec Sports facility.
  10. Regular Fall/Spring semester part-time students enrolled in 1-7 credit hours, except Veterinary Medicine, will be assessed per semester the part-time per-credit rate or equivalent and a percentage of the approved differential general service fee based on the following hours: 1-3 hours=25%, 4-7 hours=50%, 8 hours and above=100%. Veterinary Medicine Fall/Spring semester students enrolled in 1-11 credit hours* will be assessed the part-time per-credit rate and the per-credit rate differential general service fee based on the Veterinary Medicine page of this Student Fee Schedule. *(1-11 credit hour rates are applicable for Veterinary Medicine students when there are extenuating circumstances only — department approval required. All other Veterinary Medicine students are full-time at (eight) 8 credit hours and above.)
  11. Summer students, except for those in PharmD and Veterinary Medicine (non-trimester program), will be assessed the undergraduate/graduate regular summer approved rates as included in this Student Fee Schedule, and a percentage of the approved differential general service fee based on the following hours: 1-5 hours=25%, 6-9 hours=50%, 10 hours and above=100%. PharmD summer and Veterinary Medicine summer (non-trimester) students will be assessed the undergraduate/graduate regular summer approved rates as included in this Student Fee Schedule but will not be assessed the differential general service fee.
  12. This is a market-based fee increment for a Professional Master's Program developed through a rate approval process when the program is established.
  13. Doctor of Nursing Practice tuition and fees are nonremittable.
  14. Students continuously enrolled prior to Summer 2015 will not be charged the computer science differential until attainment of one degree, or until the Fall 2020 semester, whichever comes first. All Computer Science students will be assessed the differential effective Fall 2020.
  15. These rates only apply to the Purdue Lafayette and Anderson locations. The Indiana University regional campus locations will be assessed Indiana University fee rates. The Vincennes regional campus location will be assessed Vincennes University rates.
  16. Lab fees are based on a standard number of hours required to complete training. Any additional hours will be billed based upon approved proficiency rates.
  17. The Midwest Student Exchange Program (MSEP) of the Midwestern Higher Education Compact (MHEC) at some Purdue campuses: Purdue University Fort Wayne’s MSEP tuition is 150% of regular in-state tuition for new Undergraduate students enrolled Fall 2017 and thereafter. Purdue University Northwest does not participate in MSEP but will allow MSEP students at Westville who are continuously enrolled to remain in MSEP status.
  18. A Child of Staff, Spouse of Staff, and Spouse of Official Retiree also will be required to pay all applicable special fees including deposits, workshop, laboratory, and differential fees. A Child of Staff, Spouse of Staff, and Spouse of an Official Retiree who does not reside in the state of Indiana also will be charged nonresident tuition on all campuses and are subject to classification as a resident or nonresident in accordance with the policy on Residence Classification of Students for Tuition Purposes (II.D.1). Within these same three groups of students, West Lafayette undergraduates also will be charged the International Student Tuition (if applicable). Child of Staff rates apply only to undergraduate students.
  19. An undergraduate Child of Staff (West Lafayette only) will be required to pay the full-time rate when credit hours are over seven (7) per semester for the Fall/Spring semesters and over five (5) credit hours for summer. A Spouse of Staff and Spouse of an Official Retiree will be required to pay the regular fee rate for each undergraduate or graduate hour over the maximum (per Executive Memorandum C-7). Child of Staff rates apply only to undergraduate students.
  20. Staff members will be required to pay all applicable special fees including deposits, workshop, laboratory and differential fees. All staff members will pay the full resident/nonresident tuition amount on the credit hours over the maximum. Audited courses are assessed for all applicable special fees including deposits, workshop, laboratory, and differential fees only (per Executive Memorandum C-7).
  21. The Summer rate is one-half of the Fall/Spring semester rate.
  22. At West Lafayette, students also will pay all applicable special fees including deposits, workshop, laboratory and differential fees per semester.
  23. Graduate School Fellows consist of the following: those with awards through Fredrick N. Andrews, George Washington Carver, Lynn, Purdue Doctoral, Ross, Charles C. Chappelle, Bilsland Dissertation, Nick Puskas, David M. Knox, Ludwig Kruhe, and Bilsand Strategic Initiative.
  24. These rates are applicable for students who qualify for the Graduate Tuition Scholarship Fee.
  25. A Spouse of Graduate Staff also will pay all applicable special fees including deposits, workshop, laboratory and differential fees per semester. Per Executive Memorandum C-7, a Spouse of Graduate Staff enrolled as a nonresident student may have the nonresident tuition remitted. A West Lafayette undergraduate also will be charged the International Student Tuition (if applicable).
  26. University Residences Staff Resident and Resident Assistant undergraduate and graduate Summer fee rates will be one-half of the Fall/Spring semesters. A West Lafayette undergraduate also will be charged the International Student Tuition (if applicable).
  27. International Student fee is not applicable for students who are enrolled on the Purdue Extended Campus. This fee is applicable to all other international students as well as those international students in the Professional Master’s Programs.
  28. The Late Graduation Deadline fee (West Lafayette graduate students only) is applicable for late arrival of the electronic plan of study to the Graduate School, late declaration of degree candidacy, late deposit of a thesis or dissertation, updating/correcting a thesis or dissertation after it has been deposited, or listing on the Graduate School’s candidate roster for the same degree three or more consecutive sessions.
  29. Dual Credit Program refers to high school students taking a course taught by high school faculty at the high school. Dual Credit Priority Only Course rates will be set by the Indiana Commission for Higher Education. (Note: Concurrent Enrollment Program refers to high school students taking a course taught by our Purdue faculty (regardless of site or location). The fees for concurrent enrollment programs will be assessed at the regular part-time credit hour rates as included in this Student Fee Schedule.)
  30. For West Lafayette, lab course fees will be implemented selectively based on criteria approved by the both the Purdue provost and treasurer. For a Regional Campus, lab course fees will be implemented selectively based on criteria approved by the Regional Campus Chancellor or their designee.
  31. The Noninstructional rate will be charged to students registered at non-Purdue locations using Purdue facilities. This per-semester rate includes a Technology Fee, Repair and Rehabilitation Fee, Student Fitness and Wellness Fee, and Student Activity Fee. In addition, a Student Health Center Fee will be assessed.
  32. Per application. Nondegree applicants to the Graduate School do not pay an application fee.
  33. Undergraduate admission deposits will be applied toward tuition or related fees. For new students who apply for housing, $100 of the deposit will apply to application fees for residence with University housing. All admission deposits are nonrefundable.

(All University fees are subject to change without notice.)