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Tuition and Fees

2018-2019 Tuition & Fees

Approved by Board of Trustees on November 10, 2017
When students have accepted an offer of admission to Lindenwood, students and their parents and/or guardians likewise accept all conditions of payment as well as all terms and regulations of the university. By making the non-refundable $200 housing deposit (described below), the student and the parent or guardian acknowledge these terms and signify acceptance of these obligations. No promise or contract that differs from these terms shall bind the university unless it has been signed by the president or his designated agent. The university reserves the right to increase or reduce fees each year according to changes in fiscal conditions.
Full-time Undergraduate Resident
Full-time Tuition (12-18 credit hours) 16,900
Residential Charges 8,700
Health and Activity Fee 400
Communication Fee-Residence Halls 300
Technology Fee 300
Total Annual (Resident) 26,600
Full-time Graduate Resident
Semester Tuition (9-15 credit hours)
8,450
Residential Charges 8,700
Health and Activity Fee 400
Communication Fee – Resident Halls 300
Technology Fee 300
Total Annual (Resident) 18,150
Part-time Undergraduate
Semester Tuition (per credit hour) 480
Quarter Tuition (per credit hour) 395
Accelerated Degree Programs (9 credit hour cluster) 3,555
Graduate, Non-Resident (per credit hour)
Tri-Semester Tuition 566
Semester Tuition 480
Quarter Tuition 480
MBA Tuition 500
Educational Specialist Tuition 530
Doctor of Education Tuition 760
Housing and Meals
Residential Charges per Semester 4,350
Residential Charges per Quarter 3,313
Residential Charges per MBA Session 2,640
Single Room Upcharge per Semester 275
Single Room Upcharge per Quarter 135
Single Room Upcharge per MBA Session 105
Other Fees
Application Fee 30
Application Fee - International 100
New International Student Fee - one time 100
Housing Deposit 200
Enrollment Deposit 200
Accelerated Degree Program Testing Fee - Communication Cluster 30
Graduation Fee - Undergraduate 100
Graduation Fee - Graduate 125
Study Abroad Fee 300
Promissory Note Fee (per term) 25
Late Payment Fee (per month) 50
Overload Fee - Undergraduate (per credit hour) 480
Overload Fee - Graduate (per credit hour) 480
Health and Activity Fee - Full Time Undergraduate (per semester) 200
Health and Activity Fee - Grad (per semester) 200
Health and Activity Fee - Grad (per quarter) 100
Health and Activity Fee - Grad (per MBA session) 80
Communications Fee - Residence Halls Undergraduate (per semester) 150
Communications Fee - Residence Halls Graduate (per semester) 150
Communications Fee - Residence Halls Graduate (per quarter) 75
Communications Fee - Residence Halls Graduate (per MBA session) 60
Technology Fee - Full Time Undergraduate (per semester - fall and spring) 150
Technology Fee - Part Time Undergraduate (per semester - fall and spring) 75
Technology Fee - Undergraduate (per summer semester) 40
Technology Fee - Undergraduate (per quarter) 75
Technology Fee - Graduate (per tri-semester) 100
Technology Fee - Graduate (per semester - fall and spring) 75
Technology Fee - Graduate (per summer semester) 40
Technology Fee - Graduate (per quarter) 75
Technology Fee - Graduate (per MBA term) 60
Culminating Project Extension Fee Undergrad (qtr) 50
Culminating Project Extension Fee Graduate (qtr) 150
Ed.D. Graduation Fee 200
Ed.D. Dissertation Publication 500
Ed.S. Project Fee (per semester) 500
Experiential Learning Portfolio Fee 300
Experiential Learning Credit Fee 90
Early College Start Program  On Site (per credit hour) 100
Early College Start Program (per credit hour) 60

Notes:

(1) Provisions for “extended stay” housing and meals, degree programs, and tutoring and additional services are available upon request.

(2) Students are expected to pay tuition charges prior to the beginning of each term. Students may use financial aid (grants and loans) as payment. Student Aid Reports and loan applications should be submitted to the Student Financial Services prior to the beginning of each term.

(3) The communications fee for residential students covers telephone service, voicemail, and cable TV services. The university provides complimentary internet service to resident students living in the dormitories and in certain other campus housing.

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Notice of Availability of the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report

Lindenwood University is committed to assisting all members of the community in providing for their own safety and security. The annual security and fire safety report is available on the Lindenwood University Office of Public Safety and Security website. 

If you would like to receive a hard copy of the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report which contains this information, you can stop by the Office of Public Safety & Security on the 4th floor of the Spellmann Campus Center or you can request that a copy be mailed to you by calling (636) 949-4687.

The report contains information regarding campus security and personal safety including topics such as: crime prevention, public safety authority, crime reporting policies, fire safety, disciplinary procedures and other matters of importance related to security on campus. The report also contains information about fire statistics in Lindenwood Residential Facilities and crime statistics for the three previous calendar years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus; in certain off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by Lindenwood; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from the campus.

This information is required by law and is provided by Office of Public Safety and Security.

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