Costs

Tuition and Fees (2020–2021)

Tuition and fees at Stevenson University for the academic year 2020–2021 are $37,868. Below is a list of tuition and fees for full-time and part-time students.

Full-time Students (students enrolled in 12 to 18 credits per semester)

Tuition:

Full-time tuition $35,204
Full-time fees $2,604
Full-time accident insurance (required) charged in one term only $60 
Full-time late payment fee per semester $100
Full-time overload charge (per credit)* $425

*Students interested in taking more than 18 credits will need to complete the "Permission for Overload Form."

Part-time Students (students enrolled in less than 12 credits per semester)

Tuition:

Part-time tuition (per credit) $885
Part-time fees** $75
Part-time late payment fees $100

** Charged per credit hour for students taking less than 12 credits. For current tuition and fee information about master’s degree and accelerated undergraduate degree programs, see the Stevenson University Online catalog

Miscellaneous Charges

Application Fee (waived for online applicants) $40
Return Check Fee $25
Graduation Fee $25

Annual Housing Charges and Deposits

Housing Charges and Deposits (annual)

SU Apartment $10,498
SU Suite - Double $  8,824
Wooded Way Suite - Double $  9,288
Security deposit ($75.00 per semester)     $150

Single rooms are subject to availability and cost $1,600 in addition to the Double Suite price. Freshman B Room Singles cost $1,400 in addition to the SU Suite - Double cost.

Meal plans and cost information are available on the University website; housing charges listed above do not include the cost of the meal plan. Please consult Residence Life for specific information regarding meal plans.

For reservation deposits and information, contact Residence Life at 443-334-2588 or email reslifereception@stevenson.edu

Refund Policy

Tuition is refundable according to the following schedule for traditional undergraduate students. A partial refund may be made to students who withdraw from Stevenson University within the first 28 calendar days of fall or spring semester. Any credit balance remaining after these adjustments to the student's account will be refunded. Tuition and disbursed institutional aid will be adjusted in accordance with the Tuition Refund Policy within the first 28 calendar days of each semester. Federal financial aid will be adjusted in accordance with the Federal Return of Title IV calculation. The Title IV calculation is based on the day of attendance as a percentage of total days in the semester until 60%.

Fall and Spring Semester Tuition Refund Schedule

100% First day through the 9th calendar day
75% 10th calendar day through 15th calendar day
50% 16th calendar day through the 21st calendar day
25% 22nd calendar day through 28th calendar day
0% After the 28th calendar day

Room and board charges are not refundable.

Summer and Winterim Sessions

100% First day through drop without penalty date
0% After drop without penalty date

Refunds are computed as of the date on which a written request for withdrawal is received in the Registrar’s Office. Registration fees are not refundable. Tuition and fees are charged based on course loads as of the last day of add/drop each semester. Charges will not be adjusted if courses are dropped after the last day to add/drop. Tuition refunds will only be processed if a student withdraws from the University within the first 28 calendar days of the fall or spring semester. No adjustment of semester charges will be granted to students who are suspended or expelled for academic or disciplinary reasons. The University reserves the right to suspend or dismiss at any time a student whose academic standing or general conduct is considered unsatisfactory.

Students receiving financial aid should review the refund policies described in the Financial Aid sections: Disbursement of Awards and Return of Title IV Funds Policy.

Refund and Withdrawal Policy for Service Members

Stevenson University students who are called to active duty during the course of a term or session should contact the Assistant Registrar, VA Programs to formally withdraw for military service. For the purpose of this policy, military service is defined as “service, whether voluntary or involuntary, in the armed forces, including service by a member of the National Guard or Reserve, on active duty, active duty for training, or full-time National Guard duty under federal authority for a period of more than 30 consecutive days under a call or order to active duty of more than 30 consecutive days” (ED 34 C.F.R. 668.18).

Students who withdraw from the University for military service during the course of a term or session are eligible for a 100% refund of tuition and fees. Room and board expenses will be prorated based on the official date of withdrawal.

Students must supply a copy of military orders to be eligible for any tuition, fees, or room and board adjustments. Students receiving financial aid will be subject to the refund policies as provided by the federal or state agency sponsoring the aid. Department of Defense Military Tuition Assistance and Veteran’s Education Benefits will be returned to the government agency as required.

Students who have to withdraw from the University after the add/drop deadline will receive a grade of W or I, depending on the amount of coursework completed and the expected length of the absence.

Financing Options

Stevenson University offers an option of a payment plan for the Fall and Spring semesters. Nelnet Campus Commerce serves as the administrator of the plans.The payment plan allows students and families to pay amounts due to the University in manageable monthly installments. The payment plan provides the benefits of easy, online enrollment, flexible payment options, no interest charges, and 24/7 easy account access. The enrollment Fee is $50. Credit card/debit card and automatic bank (ACH) payments are accepted payment methods. For information visit https://mycollegepaymentplan.com/stevenson/ or call 800-609-8056.

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