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Tuition and Fees 2024—2025

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Fees (All Students)

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SUMMER

FALL/SPRING

Application Fee (International & Domestic Undergrad, non-refundable)

$50

Certificate Completion Application Fee

$75

$75

Graduation Application Fee (non-refundable)

$185*

$185*

International Application Processing Fee (Graduate, nonrefundable)

$150

$150

Last Registration Fee

$50

$50

Study Abroad Fee/Non-ISEP

$200

Study Abroad/ISEP

$500

* Priority fee if application is submitted by the first deadline. There is an additional charge for late applications.

Housing

Fee

Summer

Fall/Spring

Reservation Fee (returning, traditional undergraduates)

$300 (non-refundable)

Off-Campus Housing Appeals Form Late Fee

$250

Quads

$3,995/semester

Sigma/Rho

$3,995/semester

Student

$45/night

Non-student Employee

$270/Week

$270/Week

Meals

Fee

Fall/Spring

5/week (commuters only)

$1,660/semester

10/week

$2,536/semester

10/week flex

$2,636/semester

14/week

$2,746/semester

14/week flex

$2,846/semester

19/week

$2,840/semester

19/week flex

$2,940/semester

20 Meals + 50 flex dollars (commuters only)

$249

30 Meals + 50 flex dollars (commuters only)

$326

40 Meals + 50 flex dollars (commuters only)

$394

Traditional Undergraduates

Fee

Summer

Fall/Spring

Deposit (required)

$300

Student Service Fee

$490/semester

Parking Fee (Commuters & Residents)

$150/semester

New Student Orientation Fee

$250 (one-time fee)

International Undergraduate Orientation Fee

$350

Full-time Tuition (12-18 units)

$21,250/semester

Tuition Overload (18.5+ units)

$692/unit

Part-time Tuition

$1,206/unit

Online Tuition (Degree and Non-degree Courses)

$400/unit

May Intensive-term Courses

$454/unit

Applied Music Tuition

$676/unit

Study Tour Courses

$465/unit

Graduate and Non-Traditional Undergraduate Audit Fees

*Cost per unit for an audited course is 25% of the per-unit tuition rate for that program. If the program has a tuition cost of $545 per unit, the audited cost would be $136.25 per unit. Please click on a program below to see their per-unit tuition costs.

Graduate Students

Fee

SUMMER/Fall/Spring

Graduate Student Success Fee

$50/semester

Christ College: Director of Christian Education (DCE)

Fee

SUMMER/Fall/Spring

Stateside Internship Fee (flat rate)

$7,230

International Internship Fee (flat rate)

$10,913

Doctor of Education (EdD) and Certificate

Fee

SUMMER/Fall/Spring

Tuition

$1,046/unit

Student Service Fee

$200/semester

Washington, D.C. trip (required)

$2,000 plus airfare **

People's Republic of China Trip (optional)

$4,000 including airfare **

** Preliminary estimate; subject to change

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

Fee

SUMMER/Fall/Spring

Tuition

$795/unit

Master of Arts in Church Leadership

Fee

SUMMER/Fall/Spring

Tuition

$649/unit

Master of Arts in Coaching and Athletics Administration (MCAA) 

Fee

SUMMER/Fall/Spring

Tuition

$582/unit

Student Services Fee

$50 (one-time fee)

Master of Arts in Education (MAED) 

Fee

SUMMER/Fall/Spring

Tuition

$685/unit

Master of Arts in Educational Leadership (MAEL)

Fee

SUMMER/Fall/Spring

Tuition

$685/unit

Master of Arts in Theology and Certificate

Fee

SUMMER/Fall/Spring

Tuition

$649/unit

Cross-Cultural Ministry Center

$649/unit

KINDLE Articulation Fee

$60/unit

Master of Business Administration (MBA and MBAS)

Fee

SUMMER/Fall/Spring

Tuition

$980/unit

Master of Education (MEd) and Teacher Credential Program

Fee

SUMMER/Fall/Spring

Tuition: Credential Students

$685/unit

Tuition: MEd Students

$685/unit

Clear Credential/Induction

$685

Mentor/Supervision Fee (Clear Credential /Induction)

$600/semester

Student Teaching Fee II (SB 2042 Program)

$500

Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA)

Fee

SUMMER/Fall/Spring

Tuition

$644/unit

Master of Public Health (MPH)

Fee

SUMMER/Fall/Spring

Tuition

$625/unit

Master of Science in Coaching and Exercise Sciences (MSCE)

Fee

SUMMER/Fall/Spring

Tuition

$582/unit

Student Services Fee

$50 (one-time fee)

Townsend Institute (Master of Arts and Certificates)

FEE

SUMMER/Fall/Spring

Counseling (MA)

$695/unit

Executive Coaching & Consulting (MA)

$635/unit

Organizational Leadership (MA)

$635/unit

Organizational Leadership (Certificate)

$635/unit

Professional Coaching (Certificate)

$635/unit

Nursing Program

Bachelor of Science (ABSN)

Fee

SUMMER/Fall/Spring

Accelerated 2nd Degree (ABSN) Tuition

$930/unit

Assessment Technologies Institute Fee

$702.25/semester*

Health Assessment Fee

$150 (one-time fee)

Skills Lab Fee

$450 (one-time fee)

Software Subscription

$173 (one-time fee)

Student Service Fee

$110/semester

Clinical Partner Placement Fee

$25-$80/12 months

* Increases yearly beginning July 1

Online Bachelor's Degree (OBD)

Christian Education Leadership, Christian Ministry, Organizational Psychology (teachout)

Fee

SUMMER/Fall/Spring

Bachelor of Arts Degree

$495/unit

Payment of Tuition and Fees

All tuition and fees are due and payable as stated on the Office of the Bursar's webpage. Tuition and fees may be paid at the Office of the Bursar located on the first floor of Grimm Hall North (Rooms 103/104) or online through MyRecords. Failure to pay fees by the established deadlines will result in a Bursar hold and/or late fees and may cause the student to be dropped from all classes.

Bursar Holds (Financial) on Unpaid Balances and Registration

Students who are past due in any debt to the university will have a Bursar hold on their account. This type of hold prevents:

  1. Registering for future semesters or classes

  2. Making changes to a current class schedule

  3. Checking into campus housing

  4. Picking up a cap and gown and participating in commencement

  5. Conferring of degree and receiving a diploma

In addition, the student's meal plan may be deactivated.

Upon withdrawal from the university, accounts with outstanding balances will be transferred to Concordia's collection department. Failure to pay past-due balances will result in the account being turned over to a collection agency. When the university is forced to turn the account to collections, the student shall be responsible for all additional costs of collection including attorney fees and costs. In the event of court action to enforce this agreement, the student shall be responsible for paying all court costs and fees, including attorney costs and fees.

Refund Policy

Cancellation of Enrollment

A student may terminate enrollment prior to the beginning of the semester by contacting the Office of the Registrar at registrar@cui.edu.

Students should not assume that the university will drop them for nonpayment of fees or for non-attendance. In addition, students must drop/ withdraw from classes by the published deadlines at cui.edu/refunds to avoid charges or to be eligible for a full or pro-rated refund.

Instructional Materials

Information about refund and book buy-back policies is available in Follett's Bookstore.

Refund After Classes Begin

Students who withdraw from school after classes begin may apply in the Office of the Bursar for refunds (i.e., tuition, room, board). The student is responsible for paying any outstanding charges to the university. Please visit cui.edu/refunds for detailed refund information.

Title IV Federal Funds: Tuition, Fees, Room and Board

  1. Tuition and Fees

    Through Title IV, the university takes the responsibility, on behalf of the student, to credit the student’s account with federal funds to satisfy current charges for tuition and fees.

  2. Room and Board

    Through Title IV, excess federal funds creating a credit balance after tuition and fees are paid in full can be used to pay for room and board charges.

Note:  Students become immediately responsible for the entire outstanding balance on their account that is not covered by financial assistance.

The Federal Title IV refund policy operates independently of Concordia’s refund policy. A student who has received Title IV funds and withdraws from school may owe the university for expenses no longer covered by returned federal aid.

Any excess funds from disbursements of Title IV funds create a credit balance on the student’s account. The university must pay this final credit balance directly to the student or parent borrower as soon as possible, but no later than 14 days after one of the following, as agreed to on the Budgetary Agreement form:

  1. the beginning of the semester.

  2. after loan disbursement causing a credit balance.

  3. the date the school received notice from the student or parent borrower to cancel his/her authorization on a Budgetary Agreement form to have the school manage a credit balance.