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Tuition Rules


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Web/KYVU Course Tuition and Fees

Full time Undergraduate students enrolled in a combination of 12+ hours on campus and Web/KYVU courses will be assessed the full time on campus tuition plus the per hour rate of Web/KYVU courses (e.g. If a student is enrolled in 9 credit hours on campus and 3 credit hours Web/KYVU they will be assessed tuition for 9 hours on campus tuition and 3 hours Web/KYVU tuition. If a student is enrolled in 15 hours on campus and 3 hours Web/KYVU they will be assessed the full time (12+ hours) of on campus tuition and 3 hours Web/KYVU tuition.

 

Graduate tuition and fees is assessed on a per-credit hour bases depending on the course type (i.e. on campus or Web/KYVU). There is no full-time graduate tuition cap.

 

 

Tennessee Reciprocity Tuition

Per the KY Council on Postsecondary Education, eligible students from Henry, Obion, Stewart, and Weakley Counties will be assessed the same tuition rate as a Kentucky resident. Students from these four counties will be treated as Kentucky students in relation to admission requirements and housing/dining policies.



Illinois, Indiana, and Tennessee In-State Tuition
Students admitted for Fall 2004 and thereafter from Massac County in Illinois, Posey, Vanderburgh, or Warrick Counties in Indiana, and Montgomery County in Tennessee will be charged out-of-state tuition and given a tuition discount to adjust their tuition charge to the rates below. Students will be treated as Kentucky students in relation to admission requirements and housing/dining policies.



Regional Tuition

Residents of Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, and Tennessee (admitted from Summer 2001 and thereafter), residents of Ohio (admitted from Fall 2010 to Summer 2014), and Alabama (admitted from Fall 2011 and thereafter) will be charged out-of-state tuition and given a tuition discount to adjust their tuition to the rates below. In order to receive the Regional Tuition Discount undergraduates must be considered full-time and pay for university housing. Seniors with full-time status are allowed to receive the discount and not live in university housing. Graduate students need not meet these requirements to receive the discount. Doctoral students are not eligible for the Regional Tuition Discount.




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Students may elect to place money into Declining Balance. The Declining Balance may be used at any food service location. Freshmen and sophomore students may use declining balance in addition to their required meal plan purchase. Dollars may be carried over from one semester to the next. Refunds for Declining Balances are also available during the last two weeks of the semester or when the student leaves the university as long as the ending balance is $10 or more.








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