Undergraduate Program Expenses

See also Asbury Academy tuition.

TUITION, ROOM AND BOARD FOR TRADITIONAL UNDERGRADUATES

For a traditional undergraduate resident student, the average basic cost of attending Asbury University is $32,128 for a full year (two semesters).  Personal items such as books, laundry and spending money are extra. The schedule of basic costs for 2013-2014 is as follows:

UNDERGRADUATE FALL 2013 AND SPRING 2014 COSTS

WILMORE CAMPUS RESIDENTIAL UNDERGRADUATES

TUITION

Semester

Year

13-18 credit hours

$12,947

$25,894

12 credit hours

$11,951

$23,902

less than 12 hours

$996 per hour

more than 18 hours

$12,947 + $719 per hour over 18

   

BOARD

Semester

Year

20 Meals per week

$1,271

$2,542

225 Meals per semester

$1,271

$2,542

14 Meals per week

$1,157

$2,314

175 Meals per semester

$1,157

$2,314

7 Meals per week (Apartment residents only)

$593

$1,186

95 Meals per semester (Apartment residents only)

$593

$1,186

     

HOUSING

Semester

Year

Single room

$1,791

$3,582

Double room

$1,710

$3,420

Triple room

$1,534

$3,068

Quad room

$1,462

$2,924

Aldersgate I Apartment (4 per apartment)

$2,375

$4,750

Aldersgate II Apartment (8 per apartment)

$2,156

$4,312

 

 

 

STUDENT ACTIVITIES FEE

student registered for 8 or more hours

Semester

$91

Year

$182

 

Housing – Single Occupancy

In any residence hall, a student who requests an assignment as a single in a double room and is approved for that assignment will pay one and one half times the published per person charge.

 

MARRIED/NON-TRADITIONAL STUDENT HOUSING

1 Bedroom Apartment

$257-$407 per month, plus utilities

2 Bedroom Apartment

$501 per month, plus utilities

2 Bedroom Duplex

$417-$450 per month, plus utilities

 

Because of fluctuating economic conditions, all costs and fees are subject to change without notice.

 

MISCELLANEOUS FOR TRADITIONAL UNDERGRADUATES

1. Traditional undergraduates enrolled for 9 or more credit hours on campus are required by Asbury University to carry minimum medical insurance.  At registration, the student will automatically be enrolled in the medical insurance plan offered by the University unless the student signs a waiver indicating the student already has adequate coverage elsewhere.  The waiver must be submitted to the Student Accounts Office by the registration deadline.  Please refer to the student insurance brochure for information.

2. Many of the services at the University Clinic are free. If the student needs to be referred to a specialist, a lab or any outside doctor, the student is personally responsible for the resulting charges.

3. One telephone jack per dorm room provides local telephone service free of charge.  The student is responsible to bring his/her own telephone, which must be touch-tone compatible.

4. One data jack per student is provided for network access to the Internet and email.  Any student can bring their computer to campus and use the network.  Asbury University supports standard Ethernet networking cards.  A Microsoft Office installation CD is available to all students to be purchased at the Bookstore for a small fee.  Currently, the CD is $15.90, and can be purchased through the bookstore.  For more computer related information see http://www.asbury.edu/offices/its/faqs.

5. One cable TV jack is provided per dorm room at no additional charge.   

 

AUDITING A CLASS

The cost to persons auditing a course who are not full‑time students is $40 per credit hour for the audited course.  Auditor will pay all required course fees. For a full‑time undergraduate student paying full time tuition for 12 or more hours there is no cost to add an audited class. See University Academic Policies for auditing restrictions. 

 

ROTC

Students who enroll in the ROTC may incur other costs specifically associated with the ROTC program.

 

SENIOR CITIZENS WAIVER

Students enrolled in the traditional undergraduate program on campus who are at least 62 years of age and who are U.S. citizens may receive a waiver of tuition for a maximum of 4.0 credit hours per academic semester (including summer).  The following stipulations apply: (1) the waiver includes only tuition and does not apply to other fees; (2) if the person desires to audit the class all the rules for audited courses apply.  The $40 per credit hour audit cost is waived. (3) If the person desires credit for the class, all prerequisites and requirements must be met; (4) credits may apply toward a degree program; (5) housing must be secured off campus.

 

TRADITIONAL UNDERGRADAUTE DEPOSITS

PRE-TUITION PAYMENT

New students are required to pay $200.00 as an indication of intention to enroll for the fall or spring semester.  At registration, this amount is credited to the account.  This Pre-Tuition deposit is refundable until May 1 for the fall semester, December 1 for the spring semester, and April 15 for the summer session.

HOUSING DAMAGE DEPOSIT

Students residing in campus apartments are assessed an apartment damage deposit, equal to one month rent.  This deposit will remain on reserve until the student ceases to reside in campus housing, at which time it will be returned, provided the apartment passes final inspection for damage and all utility bills have been paid. 

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT DEPOSIT

All first year or incoming international students must remit at least ninety days prior to registration, one-half of the projected annual cost of attending Asbury University. At the beginning of each succeeding semester, the international student must pay the full cost for said semester no later than registration day.

 

UNDERGRADUATE SUMMER SCHOOL 2014 COSTS

 

Tuition                           $445 per semester hour  

Room Aldersgate Apartments II

4 week session         $539 per session

 

Board (14 Meals – no breakfast)

4 week session

    $289 per session

 





 *Meal plans are not offered every summer.

All other course fees and miscellaneous fees according to the 2013-2014 fall-spring schedule.

 

 


ASBURY ACADEMY DUAL ENROLLMENT TUITION

ON CAMPUS ACADEMY

On Campus enrollment in the Asbury Academy allows high-school seniors to take up to four (4) credits each semester (Fall, Spring; summer not included) with no tuition charge.  Asbury Academy students may also take additional classes on campus (up to 15 semester hours) during each of these two semesters at a reduced tuition charge per credit hour.   On Campus enrollment requires emergency contacts and/or proof of medical insurance when taking 9.0 hours or more.

Fall 2013, Spring 2014 cost = $433 per credit hour on campus

 

ONLINE ACADEMY

High School students may be enrolled as online students and take specific foundational classes online (Fall or Spring; summer not included) at a reduced tuition charge per credit hour.   No more than one online class may be taken at one time, but may take two consecutive courses in a semester.

Fall 2013, Spring 2014 cost = $125 per credit hour online.

 

 

2013-14 BULLETIN   08/16/2013