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Tuition and Fee Details - Summer 2017 - Traditional Undergraduate

Tuition Charges

*Summer School 2017, per credit hour - $355
*Residential Graduate Fee (Dual Enrollment in a Graduate course), per course - $350

Instruction Related Fees

*Tuition Deposit - $100 
*Graduation Fee - Undergraduate - $100
*Graduation Fee - Graduate - $150
*Late Registration Fee - $100
*Transcript each (official and unofficial) - $5
*Express Transcript Fee (24-hr service, overnight delivery) - $30
*Diploma Reprint Fee - $35

Student Services Related Fees

*Housing Fee (Non-refundable) - $150
*Room only/week Summer School 2016 - $50
*Married Housing Rent (effective 8/1/2016) - $595 per month
*Married Housing Rent (effective 8/1/2017) - $600 per month
*Married Housing Deposit  - $225
*General Activity Fee Summer (students enrolled for summer non-refundable) - $25
*Returned Check or Draft Fee - $30
*Fingerprint Fee - $5
*ID Card Replacement Fee - $10
Bank Mobile Vibe Card Replacement Fee - $10
*Parking Permit, second vehicle - $10

Aeronautical Science

NOTE:  All Aeronautical Science students taking AERF, AERO or AVTC courses will be assessed $170.00 transportation fee.
*AERF 1111 Primary Flight  - $7,925
*AERF 1121 Primary Flight 2 - $10,200
*AERF 1201 Flight Policies & Standardization - $6,540
*AERF 2311 Advanced/Commercial Flight I – Tail Wheel Operations - $6,785
*AERF 2411 Advanced/Commercial Flight II – Multi-Engine Operations - $14,885
*AERF 3211 Upset Recovery - $2,450
*AERF 3412 Advanced Flight III - $10,360
*AERF 3512 Commercial Flight III - Transport Emphasis $9,830
*AERF 3522 Commercial Flight III – Missions Emphasis - $11,290
*AERF 4201 High Performance - $1,175
*AERF 4601 CFI Flight Instructor Single Eng.- $2,340
*AERF 4602 Flight Instructor Initial Flight - MEI Transport - $11,080
*AERF 4611 CFI II Single-Engine Instrument - $1,710

NOTE: Flight fees are approximate for each level of instruction and will vary from student based on aptitude, planning, and discipline.  Actual fees are based on the amount of dual instruction time and aircraft time required to achieve the required proficiencies. Instructional charges include pre-flight instruction, flight instruction, and post-flight debriefing time as well as some ground time in preparation for specific flight checks. Dual instructional time is charged in "blocks" of 105 minutes (1 hour and 45 min). Aircraft charge is based on actual aircraft time and type of aircraft flown.  Flight fees must be pre-paid. Students are given detailed statements every few weeks so they can monitor their standing. Students must have sufficient time in their schedules to allow adequate rest and study time.

Flight instruction fees must be pre-paid.

**A fuel charge adjustment may be made as fuel prices vary.

 

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