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2010-2011 Tuition and Fees

The Rutgers Board of Trustees approves tuition and fees on an annual basis.

All fees, tuition and charges are subject to change at any time at the discretion of the University.

Per-Credit Tuition Rates
$298.00 per credit for undergraduate Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Psychiatric Rehabilitation programs

$306.60 per credit for all other undergraduate programs
$393.00 per credit for Dietetic Internship program

$524.00 per credit for graduate Rehabilitation Counseling and Psychiatric Rehabilitation programs

$535.00 per credit for Physician Assistant program - Year 1

$550.00 per credit for Physician Assistant program - Year 2 and 3

$545.00 per credit for all other graduate programs



*Tuition is 50% more for out of state students

Tuition for Graduate Web-Based Programs
$574.00 per credit for Graduate programs

$585.00 per credit for PhD in Health Sciences program

* $897.00 per credit for Masters in Clinical Trials Science & Biopharma Certificate programs

* Includes all enrollment fees except for initial administrative fee and graduation fee

Matriculating graduate students not in web based programs and undergraduate matriculating students in web-based courses shall pay the in-state tuition rate.

Fees
$10.00 Student fee per credit
$125.00 Technology Fee with a course load of 6 credits or more
$65.00 technology fee based on a course load of 5 or less
For student in web courses, it is $60 Technology Fee for each web based course
$50.00 Administrative Fee
$75.00 Non-Refundable Registration Fee for Non-Matriculated students
$50.00 for Late Registration for Matriculated students

$100.00 Continuing Program Status Fee

$100.00 Maintaining Matriculation Fee

Lab Intensive Fee

Students matriculating in one of our laboratory/clinical intensive undergraduate programs will be charged a $25 "Lab Intensive" fee per credit, per semester.

*TESC students will not be assessed technology or program fees but will pay a flat $35 charge per semester.

*There is no charge for student transcripts.

**Students can pay application fees and tuition/fees by credit card.

Graduation Fee
Rutgers paying students will be assessed the amount of $80.00 as a one-time graduation fee. Generally, students paying their tuition and fees to partner institutions of a joint program are assessed a graduation fee of $40.00.

Students who officially withdraw from a program may request a refund of the graduation fee. (Please visit our forms section of the SHRP website at http://shrp.rutgers.edu/current_students/forms/form.html). All requests must be submitted within one year of your last day of attendance with SHRP.

Health Services Fee
Rutgers provides health services to students on its various campuses through Student Health Services (SHS). SHS is a division of the Department of Family Medicine, New Jersey Medical School on the Newark Campus. All full-time day students on the Newark and Piscataway campuses who pay tuition directly to Rutgers and are required to pay the health service fee (check with the Student Affairs office for program participation). Rutgers Student Health Services is located in the Doctor's Office Center (DOC), Suite 1750, on the Newark Campus, (973) 972-8219. For students in the Piscataway campus, Student Health Services is located at: Family Practice Center, 1 Penn Plaza, Ferren Deck Mall, New Brunswick, NJ 08901 or they can call (732) 828-5962.

The Student Health Services Fee is $150. Please note this fee will be indicated as "General Services Fee" on your student account.

Insurance
Please visit SHRP's Insurance Information web page for details regarding student insurance.

Once officially registered, student will be automatically billed. For further information on the Rutgers Billing and Collection Office, click here.

The University reserves the right to change fees and surcharges.

 

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