The costs for tuition, fees, room, and board for the 2013-2014 academic year are outlined below:
|Summary of Fees 2013-2014|
|Per Year||Per Term|
|Total - Commuting Student||$17,724||$5,908|
|Room and Board||$10,260||$3,420|
|Total - Dorm Student||$27,984||$9,328|
|Total Cost of Attendance (PDF)|
Special fees for the 2013–2014 academic year are outlined below.
Enrollment Deposit | $200.
Due by May 1. All new students, including transfers, are required to submit a non-refundable enrollment deposit of $200 to reserve a place in the new entering class. Once a student enrolls, this amount is credited to the student's account.
Housing Security Deposit | $250 - Resident students only.
Resident students are required to submit a housing security deposit of $250 prior to the first time they move into an on-campus housing facility. This deposit is used to cover any damage incurred to a resident’s room during their stay on campus. If no damage or other charges are applied to this deposit when a student leaves campus (upon graduation, withdrawal, or change of resident status), this deposit will be refunded in full to the student. If charges have been applied, the remaining amount (if any) will be refunded to the student.
Registration Fee | $100 - Returning students only.
All returning students are required to submit a registration deposit of $100 towards the next academic year’s tuition. Due by June 1st. This deposit is non-refundable after the due date
Health Insurance | $1,154 annually (2012-2013).
Domestic students who do not provide proof of insurance to the Doering Health Clinic will be automatically enrolled in Bryn Athyn College’s health insurance policy. International students are required to enroll in the school’s policy. Contact the Student Health Center at 267-502-4582 for more information. Any additional medical or nursing services are to be paid by the student.
Part-Time College Students | $680 per credit.
The total fee for part-time students is comprised of a tuition fee of $630 per credit and a comprehensive fee of $50 per credit. Students who register for less than nine academic credits per term are considered part-time students. [Part-Time/Audit Registration Form]
Auditors | $270 per credit.
In addition to the tuition fee of $270 per credit, students are expected to pay the cost of any materials supplied to the auditor. In general, studio and laboratory courses are not open to auditors. Auditors aged 60 years and older may apply to the College Office for a reduction in fees for a tuition of $135 per credit. [Part-Time/Audit Registration Form]
Graduation Fee | $50. Due by May 1.
The graduation fee is charged to students receiving baccalaureate or associate degrees. The fee covers cost of diplomas, cap and gown rental, and the graduation dinner. Graduates receive a refund of $20 after they have returned the cap and gown.
Book Store Credit Policy
Students are allowed to purchase books and supplies on credit at the book store up to $500, but balances at the book store are due three weeks into each term. After the three week mark, students will not be able to purchase books on credit until the final week of the term. During the final week of each term students can purchase books on credit for the upcoming term. Students with unpaid book store balances after the three week mark will have a hold put on their registration. Students who don’t resolve their registration hold by the end of the registration period will be unregistered from their classes for the upcoming term.
Due date for book store balances:
Balances at the bookroom must be paid in full by the end of the third week of the term.
Consequences for unpaid balances after the 3rd week of the term:
After the third week, students with unpaid bookroom balances will have a hold put on their registration, which prevents them from registering for classes for the upcoming term. Students who don’t resolve their registration hold by the end of the registration period will be unregistered from any classes they previously registered for.
Education Courses taken at Holy Family
Students accepted into the Education program who complete student teaching requirements through a consortium agreement with Holy Family University will pay Holy Family University tuition and fees for that semester ($12,795 in 2012-13). Education students should confer with the College's Education Department Head, Nina Phillips, and the Financial Aid Office to verify how this affects them on a term by term basis. Visit www.holyfamily.edu/about/tuition2012.shtml for details on Holy Family University costs.