College of Arts and Sciences Tuition and Fees

The following schedules list the principal expenses and regulations concerning the payment of fees for the 2019-2020 academic year (Fall and Spring semesters and May Term session).

Expenses are subject to change. When such changes are made, notice will be given as far in advance as possible. Fees for the 2019-2020 academic year will be published during summer 2019.

Definitions

Undergraduates
Full Year is defined as Fall/Spring/May Term, or Fall/Spring and includes 24–38 academic credits. 

Half Year is defined as Fall only, Fall/May Term, Spring/May Term, or Spring only and includes 12–19 academic credits.

Full-time degree-seeking students are charged full tuition for 9 or more credits in any single semester. 

Part-time tuition is charged for 1–8 credits per semester based on approval from the Registrar’s Office.

Graduate
Graduate program tuition is charged on a per-credit basis.

Full Year is defined as Fall/Spring/May Term, or Fall/Spring.

Half Year is defined as Fall only, Fall/May Term, Spring/May Term, or Spring only.

Graduate Assistantships
Graduate assistantships are available. Contact the appropriate department for application and awards information.

Tuition, Fees, and Expenses
Numbers in columns indicate dollar amounts.

Undergraduate Tuition
Full Year: $50,630
Half Year: $25,315

May Term
Excess residential (on-campus) May Term course fee will be charged after two residential May Term courses. See May Term Chapter for details.
May Term, per credit: $1,583

Special Status Undergraduate
Part-time tuition, per credit: $1,583
Individualized Study, per credit: $1,583

Undergraduate Auditing, Per Credit
Degree candidates: $1,583
Non-degree students: $225
High school students: $120

There is no charge for auditing by full-time undergraduate students within full-year (38 credits) or half-year (19 credits) limits. However, if auditing a course takes the total number of credits beyond the stated limit, the excess credit fee will apply. Full-time students may not audit applied music courses.

Graduate Tuition 

Music and Communicative Disorders
Per credit: $1,101 

Graduate Individualized Study
Per credit: $1,101

Graduate Auditing, per credit
Degree candidates: $1,101
Non-degree students: $225

Graduate GIS Fees
Per program: $45,000
Per credit: $1,250
Project Extension Fee*: $1,250

* If a candidate is unable to complete the Major Individual Project (MIP) within one term following the last term of the program, this fee will be charged for each term required to complete the MIP.

Tech/Laptop Fee – MS GIS and MGIS
One-time fee: $2,000
Full-time graduate, per term materials fee: $500
Part-time graduate, per term materials fee: $330

Room and Board
All students living on campus, including those living in Brockton Apartments and organizational houses owned by the University, are required to have a meal plan. Room and board pricing includes the meal plan. Meal plan options are 19 meals per week, 14 meals per week, 10 meals per week, 100 Block, 75 Block, May Term and 50 Block. These are all you care to eat (AYCTE) plans with dining dollars.

Meal Plan Fees

Meal Plan

Dining Dollars per Term

Fall

Spring

Total without May Term

May 

Total with May Term

10 MPW (Meals per Week)1

$250

$1,528

$1,528

$3,056

-

$3,306

14 MPW (Meals per Week)

$250

$1,796

$1,796

$3,592

-

$3,842

19 MPW (Meals per Week)

$250

$2,033

$2,033

$4,066

-

$4,316

100 Block2

$250

$1,193

$1,193

$2,386

-

$2,636

75 Block3

$250

$897

$897

$1,794

-

$2,044

50 Block4

$75

-

-

$250

$250

$250

1 Minimum plan for students living in residence halls

 

 

 

 

 

2 Minimum plan for students living in apartments and houses

 

 

 

 

 

3 Optional meal plan for student not living on campus

 

 

 

 

 

4Required meal plan for student living on campus during May Term

 

 

 

 

 

Room Fees

Room Type

Annual Rate

 

Residence Halls

 

Air Conditioned Residence Halls

Non-Air Conditioned Residence Halls

Double-Hall Bath

$10,828

$10,284

Double-Suite Bath

$11,372

$10,828

Double-Private Bath

$11,910

$11,372

Triple-Hall Bath

$8,662

$8,230

Triple-Suite Bath

$9,100

$8,662

Triple-Private Bath

$9,532

$9,100

Quad-Hall Bath

$6,498

$6,172

Quad-Suite Bath

$6,822

$6,498

Quad-Private Bath

$7,148

$6,822

Large Single-Hall Bath

$15,160

$14,404

Large Single-Suite Bath

$15,920

$15,160

Large Single-Private Bath

$16,678

$15,920

Small Single-Hall Bath

$12,994

$12,346

Small Single-Suite Bath

$13,646

$12,994

Small Single-Private Bath

$14,294

$13,646

  •  Air Conditioned Residence Halls include California, Cortner, East, Founders, Grossmont, Haven, Holt, Melrose, Merriam, North, and Williams.
  • Non-Air Conditioned Residence Halls include Anderson, Bekins, Fairmont.

Apartments and Organizational Houses

Room Type Annual Rate
Brockton Apartment-Single $13,648
Grove Apartment-Double $12,508
Grove Apartment-Single $14,780
Organizational Houses $10,828

 Graduate GIS-Monthly Rate

Double-Large: $988
Double-Small: $921
Family-Large: $1,747
Family-Small: $1,627
Single-Large: $1,369
Single-Small: $1,304

Haven House fee
Fee is negotiated and paid directly to Recovery Grads.

Room and Board Contract Cancellation 
Continuing students may cancel acceptance of room and board contracts without penalty if written notification is received in the Office of Student Life by July 21. After that date, the penalty is charged to continuing students who do not honor a signed room and board contract. 
Late cancellation fee - room and board contract: $500

Other Special Costs 

Cross-registration with the Schools of Business and Education
Full-time, upper-division Arts and Sciences students may cross-register for School of Business or School of Education courses with the permission of their academic advisors. Students may register for one School of Business or School of Education course per term provided it does not duplicate an Arts and Sciences offering. No more than 12 credits taken at the School of Business and the School of Education can be applied toward a baccalaureate degree. School of Business or School of Education add requests must be signed by the student’s advisor and the Registrar. Credits taken at either the School of Business or the School of Education are considered part of the regular academic load and are subject to the Arts and Sciences excess credit fee. Part-time, degree-seeking students follow the same procedures and policies as stated above for full-time students. Part-time, non-degree students are charged the School of Business or School of Education credit fee. 

Admissions Deposit
Deposit: $350
Each Arts and Sciences student admitted to the University must pay a $350 admissions deposit. For students who enroll, the deposit is credited toward the student’s entering semester tuition. For students who do not enroll, the admissions deposit is not refundable. 

Application Fee, not refundable 
Used to cover the cost of processing admissions applications.
Application Fee: $50
Application Fee, study abroad, not refundable: $40

Associated Students Fees 
Collected by the University to support ASUR and its sponsorship of various activities.

Regular student, per year: $350
Part-time undergraduate, per year: $116
Special Status undergraduate, per year: $116
Full-time graduate, per semester: $86
Part-time graduate, per semester: $63
MGIS graduate, per semester: $63
Visiting student for May Term: $65
International Off-Campus Programs, per semester: $54
Salzburg semester: $175

Examination for credit in lieu of classwork
Per credit: $295
Available only to full-time students who have not previously audited or attended the course.

Excess Credits Fee
Per credit: $1,583

Field Trips 
Actual cost is per student

Late Change of Program Processing Fee
During the semester: $40
After close of semester: $90
If granted permission by the Academic Review Board to change program after normal add or drop deadline.

Late Check-in Fee
Checking in after the deadline: $100

Late Immunization Fee
For immunization documents turned in after the approved deadline: $250

Late Payment Fee
Per occurrence: $250
For bills not paid by the payment due date of each semester. 

Matriculation Fee
Not refundable: $150
Encompasses costs incurred by the University for maintenance of students’ permanent records.

Reader’s Fee
Per course: $385
Assessed to students who make up incomplete work after the deadline and after leaving the institution. Approval to complete such work must be secured from the Registrar’s Office.

Replacement Diploma Fee: $50

Replacement ID Fee: $10

Transcripts
Transcripts of Records, each copy $10
Johnston Center Transcript, each copy $12

Transcripts are now requested online at www.getmytranscript.com for a fee that may include an additional vendor fee, per transcript for standard mail delivery option.

Music Fees
Unless stated otherwise, these are charged in addition to tuition and apply to all students. Music fees are not refundable after the second week of classes.
Private Lessons*, per credit: $250
Class Lessons, per class:
Full-time students: no extra cost
Part-time and non-degree students: no extra cost

*Music majors are eligible for a waiver of this fee if they meet specific criteria. All students who register for a major conducted ensemble are eligible for a reduced fee. See “Waiver or Reduction of Private Lesson Fees” below. Appropriate conducted ensembles are MUSI 111 University Choir, MUSI 112 Chapel Singers, MUSI 114 Bel Canto Singers, MUSI 131 University of Redlands Symphony Orchestra, MUSI 138 Wind Ensemble, and MUSI 140 Symphonic Band.

Waiver or Reduction of Private Lesson Fees
Students required by their program curriculum to register for private lessons will have private lesson fees waived for the minimum number of credits required in their respective majors, regardless of the distribution of these credits among various instruments or in voice. Credits for private instruction earned at other universities will be counted in determining this minimum number. Students will be charged the private lesson fee for any instruction beyond the minimum number of credits. Music majors in the Bachelor of Arts program may waive a maximum of 8 credits of private lesson fees.

To qualify for waiver of private lesson fees, students must meet all of the following requirements:

1. be registered full-time;
2. be registered for or have completed MUS 101, MUS 102, MUS 103, MUS 104, MUS 105, MUS 106, MUS 107, MUS 108 and MUS 110 (MUS 103, MUS 104, MUS 107, and MUS 108 are not required for bachelor of arts majors)
3. be declared and approved as a music major;
4. be advised by a member of the music faculty; and
5. be registered for a course of study that will permit graduation within nine semesters. Semesters of eligibility for transfer students will be pro-rated. 

Full-time students who concurrently enroll for credit in and successfully complete MUSI 111, MUSI 112, MUSI 113, MUSI 114, MUSI 130, MUSI 131, MUSI 136, or MUSI 138 are eligible for a special private lesson fee of $75 per credit; the minimum enrollment per semester is 1 credit.

Student Health Insurance
This insurance is mandatory for international students. Domestic students must provide proof of health insurance coverage. Non-covered students may purchase the plan to comply with coverage requirement. 

Annual rate (8/10/19 to 8/9/20): $1,819
Fall rate (8/10/19 to 1/5/20): $716
Spring rate (1/6/20 to 8/9/20): $1,103

Insurance rates are subject to change.

Study Abroad Program
Annual policy. Premium Plus includes Natural Disaster/Political Evacuation: $211
*Mandatory International Accident and Sickness Insurance.

May Term
Enhanced Comprehensive includes Natural Disaster/Political Evacuation: $63
*Rates are subject to change.

Payment Policy
All charges must be paid in full by the tuition due date. All remittances should be made payable to the University of Redlands. Students with a past due balance on their University account are subject to dismissal from the University. The University will not release transcripts or a diploma until the past due balance is paid in full. Students will not be permitted to preregister for the next term until the past due balance is paid in full. If the University is required to use third-party collections (i.e., collection agency or attorney) to collect the student account balance due, any future registration may require payment in advance. 

Policy on Refunds
Refund policies at the University of Redlands are established in compliance with the 2008 amendments to the Higher Education Act of 1965. The University has adopted the federal refund policy guidelines as its institutional policy. Refund policies are subject to change at any time, according to federal and state regulations. When such changes are made, notice will be given as far in advance as possible. Refunds are determined from the date of official withdrawal or approved leave of absence. Students who withdraw unofficially or at the request of the University are not entitled to refunds for the current semester. Students receiving federal Title IV financial aid funding may be eligible for a refund according to the federal refund guidelines. Federal regulations stipulate the allocation of refunds representing federal aid and repayment requirements for students receiving cash disbursements of federal aid.

Official Withdrawal
A withdrawal is considered official for all students when written notice has been provided to the Office of Student Affairs. Written withdrawal or leave of absence notification is required to state the intention of the student to discontinue the course(s) in which he or she is registered and their last date of attendance. The withdrawal will be considered effective as of the date the student gives official notification of intent to withdraw. If a student fails to withdraw officially, the applicable date will become the midpoint of the term, unless the University can document a later date. In certain circumstances, if a later date of last academic activity is substantiated, this date can be used in lieu of the midpoint of the term.

Returning Students
Students re-enrolling after withdrawal from the University will be charged current rates and fees based on the start date of new registration.

Temporary Absence
No refunds will be made for students who remain away for part of a semester without officially completing the withdrawal or leave of absence process. No refunds will be made in cases of disciplinary action, which includes suspension or expulsion.