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College Fees

2013 - 2014 Fee Table

FeeFull-Time Student *
(12 or more credits)
Part-Time Student
College Fee $12.50 per semester $.85 per credit hour
Student Activity Fee $100 per semester $8.50 per credit hour
Technology Fee $178 per semester $14.85 per credit hour
Student Health Fee $154 per semester $12.85 per credit hour
Intercollegiate Athletics Fee $180 per semester $15.00 per credit hour
Student Life Fee $25 per semester $2.10 per credit hour
Transportation Fee $74 per semester $6.20 per credit hour
Transcript Fee $5 per semester $5 per semester

* Like tuition, Program Service Charge fees are "capped" at 12 hours during the fall and spring semesters. However, no such "capping" occurs during the summer session; students pay tuition and fees for every credit hour taken, even if they enroll in more than 12 credit hours.

College Fee
Program Fee
Student Activity Fee
Technology Fee
Athletic Fee
Student Health Services Fee

Student Life Fee
Transportation Fee
Transcript Fee

College Fee

The College Fee is $25 per year or $12.50 per semester (fall/spring) for full-time students. The fee is required under administrative policy of State University of New York and is not refundable. College fee for summer and winter sessions (and part-time students) is $.85 per credit hour.

Program Service Charge

The College Program Service Charge is required of all students enrolled in credit-bearing coursework and is designed to incorporate various normally required fees and charges. It is acknowledged that all students will not equally participate in each of the component fees but will receive equivalent overall benefit from the universally available services enhancing the campus life experience.  Equitable distribution of costs across student populations helps keep our offerings rich and varied while keeping the level of fees low in comparison to benefits provided. Certain special and remote site programs are exempt from some fees.

Other Important Facts:

On-campus courses are not eligible for waivers of the Program Service Charge. However, field placements (internships, student teaching, etc.) greater than 100 miles from campus may apply for a waiver of the Student Health Services Fee component only. All such waiver requests must be made in writing to the Student Accounts Office and received by Oct. 1 for fall semesters, March 1 for spring semesters, and June 1 for summer sessions.

Like tuition, Program Service Charge fees are "capped" at 12 hours during the fall and spring semesters. However, no such "capping" occurs during the summer session; students pay tuition and fees for every credit hour taken, even if they enroll in more than 12 credit hours.

The Program Service Charge consists of the following fees:

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Student Activity Fee

The Student Activity Fee is used for on- and off-campus activities governed by the Student Government Association (SGA). SGA manages and allocates expenditures for clubs, organizations, fitness centers, speakers and special cultural, educational or social events.

Allocation: $8.50 per credit hour for part-time students and $100 per semester (fall/spring) for 12 or more credit hours.

Technology Fee

The Technology Fee funds a variety of technology networking and access services for students including e-mail accounts, computer labs, Internet access and technical support. All students pay the Technology Fee, except for study abroad students from other SUNY units who have paid this fee at their home campus.

Allocation: $14.85 per credit hour for part-time students and $178 per semester (fall/spring) for 12 or more credit hours. Technology Fee for summer and winter sessions is charged per credit hour.

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Intercollegiate Athletics Fee

The Intercollegiate Athletics Fee funds intercollegiate athletics opportunities and is managed by the College Intercollegiate Athletics Board. NCAA regulations require this fund to be kept separately from Student Activities Fee.

Allocation: $15 per credit hour for part-time students and $180 per semester (fall/spring) for 12 or more credit hours.

Student Health Services Fee

The Student Health Services Fee provides various health services to students such as allergy shots, health and physical examinations, physician examinations and referrals, and various other services and educational programs. This fee may be waived ONLY for students on student teaching or internship assignments with field placements greater than 100 miles from campus and for most "on line" courses. All waiver requests must be made in writing to the Student Accounts Office and be received by October 1 for fall semesters, March 1 for spring semesters, and June 1 summer sessions.

Allocation: $12.85 per credit hour for part-time students and $154 per semester (fall/spring) for 12 or more credit hours. Health Services Fee may be charged during summer sessions.

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Student Life Fee

The Student Life Fee provides support for student life experiences that are rich, fun and fulfilling outside of the classroom that promote student well-being and promote healthy lifestyle habits intended to last a lifetime. It also provides additional support for intramural sports and will eventually replace SGA support for sports clubs, fitness centers, and other activities included in the new Student Life center programming and facilities.

Allocation: $2.10 per credit hour for part-time students and $25 per semester (fall/spring) for 12 or more credit hours.

Transportation Fee

The Transportation Fee supports the enhanced on-campus shuttle service, provides for maintenance and student vehicle parking at the Route 281 lot. Students/staff must pay vehicle registration fee.

Allocation: $6.20 per credit hour for part-time students and $74 per semester (fall/spring) for 12 or more credit hours.

Transcript Fee

Effective with Fall 2008, all enrolled students (undergraduate and graduate) will be charged a $5 per semester transcript fee. All former students will be "grandfathered" and receive unlimited official transcripts as a lifetime service. Refer to the Registrar's website for detailed information on how to request an official college transcript.

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