Aug 25, 2019  
2006-2008 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2006-2008 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Tuition, Fees, & Financial Policies


By accepting admission to the Slippery Rock University, the student agrees to pay the fees and charges assessed by the university. Tuition, fees and other charges are subject to change at any time. Students cannot enroll in classes, receive transcripts of coursework taken while at the university, or graduate from the university unless all fees are paid. Past due account balances are submitted to the Attorney General’s office for collection. If any account is submitted to a collection agency to assist in collecting the account, the student is responsible for any/all collection costs associated with this account. Payment of fees can be made in a variety of ways either in full or through installment payment plans (fee involved).

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Tuition

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Slippery Rock University is a one of fourteen universities in the State System of Higher Education. The tuition rate is determined by actions by the Board of Governors of the State System of Higher Education.

Pennsylvania Residents

To attend Slippery Rock University, full-time students (students who are registered for 12 or more credit hours) who are legal residents of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania pay a basic fee per semester for a maximum of 18 credits. Students who are permitted to carry more than 18 credits are charged for each additional credit. Part-time students (students who are registered for 11 or few credits) or extension students who are Pennsylvania residents pay a basic fee for each credit. For current information, please contact the Office of Student Accounts at 724-738-2088.

Non-Pennsylvania Residents

Students who are not legal residents of Pennsylvania and who are full-time students (students who are registered for 12 or more credit hours) pay a basic fee per semester for a maximum of 18 credits. Students who are permitted to carry more than 18 credits are charged for each additional credit. Part-time students (students who are registered for 11 or few credits) who are not legal residents of Pennsylvania pay for each credit. These rates apply to all curricula. For current information, please contact the Office of Student Accounts at 724-738-2088.

Fees

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Please visit the Student Accounts’ website on Fee descriptions for more information regarding fees or call Student Accounts at 724-738-2088.

Tuition/Fee Regulation Policy

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For current information please visit the Student Accounts’ website or call Student Accounts at 724-738-2088.