Tuition and Fees

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TUITION & FEES 2014-2015

Schreiner University offers a variety of programs to assist students with their educational expenses:

  • grants for a range of income levels;
  • scholarships based on academic accomplishment or participation in various Schreiner programs;
  • work study opportunities;
  • and help with loans.

We encourage students and families to review our scholarships, grants, work study and loan programs at http://www.schreiner.edu/financial. Contact our Office of Financial Aid for more information about how you may qualify for financial assistance: finaid@schreiner.edu.

The Financial Services Office can set up individualized payment plans for students and their families. More information is available at http://www.schreiner.edu/business/.  In addition, The Financial Services Office can assist those who are using the Texas Tomorrow Fund and other comparable 529 savings programs and answer current students’ questions about charges incurred or payments received. Contact The Financial Services Office at FinancialServices@schreiner.edu.

Why Is SU Such a Good Value?

Tuition & Fee Schedule for 2014-2015

  • Undergraduate Tuition - Full Time $22,760
    Per Semester $11,380
  • Undergraduate Credit Hour Charge $972
  • Undergraduate Summer Credit Hour Charge $450
  • LSS (Learning Support Services) First Year - per semester $3,350
    LSS Subsequent Year - per semester $2,450
  • Co-enrollment Credit Hour Charge $150
  • Vocational Nursing A - $3,365
    Vocational Nursing B - $3,365
    Vocational Nursing C - $3,365
    All Vocational Nursing Students will be charged $150 Technology Fee per term
  • MED Program Credit Hour Charge $489
  • Principal Graduate Certification Program $7,800 per semester
  • Senior Audit - $50 per hour
  • MBA - $598 per hour
  • On-line RN to BSN Program

             Pre & Co-requisite courses - $ 450 per credit hour

             Non-Partnership Hospital Students - $ 323 per credit hour

             Partnership Hospital Students - $ 258 per credit hour

FEES:  All students are charged the Student Service and Technology fees
at the following rates:

             Full-time $ 1,000 per academic year

             Part-time (9-11 hours) $ 750

            1/2 time (6-8 hours) $ 500

             5 hours or less $500

             Summer Session I $200

             Summer Session II $200

  • Student Services Fee
    Full-time students $150 per semester
    Part-time students $40 per semester
  • Technology Fee
    Full-time students $150 per semester
    Part-time students $ 75 per semester
  • Art and Sciences Lab Fees $ 25 to $ 50
  • Other Fees:
    Application Fee $ 25
    Orientation Fee (FT new undergraduates) $ 75
    Orientation Fee (Transfers) $ 25
    BSN Application Fee $ 50
    BSN TEAS-V Test Fee $100
    BSN Clinical Fee $ 825 per semester
    BSN Re-Take Test Fee $ 50
  • Commitment Fee: (see below)
    ---Undergraduate $100
  • Damage Deposit: (see below)
    ---Commuter Undergraduate $ 0
    ---Resident Undergraduate $100
  • Music Laboratory Fee:
    ---Per ½ hour session $180
    ---Per 1 hour session $ 360
    ---Music 1104 $ 200 per ½ hour session
    ---Music 3104 $ 400 per 1 hour session
  • Return Check Fee $ 45
  • Late Payment Fee $ 30
  • Vocational Nursing Pin $ 30
  • Vocational Nursing ADC Exam $ 75
  • Test Proctoring Fee $ 10
  • Diploma Fee $ 50
  • Transcript Fee $ 5

Commitment Fee:  If a student accepts Schreiner's offer of admission, the student pays an admission commitment fee, which serves as serious intent to enroll and is, therefore, non-refundable.  The commitment fee for full-time and part-time students is $100.  This fee reserves classroom space and, at the time of registration, is credited towards the student's account.

Damage Deposit:  A damage deposit is used to satisfy charges for loss or damage (including unusual cleaning costs) to any University property for which the student is responsible. In the event of such charges, the student must restore the deposit before June 15 of each year. Deposits will be applied to any outstanding balance after the student has completed the official withdrawal process from the university.  Deposits less any damage charges will be refunded upon written request from the student within 60 days of the last date of enrollment.  Forfeited damage deposits will become the property of Schreiner University.

Also see:   Residence Halls     Meal Plans

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