SFC offers a comprehensive financial aid program

Tuition and Fees

The 2019-2020 tuition and fee rate for a full-time undergraduate commuter student is $26,188. For a complete breakdown of the charges, please click on the link below.

2019-2020 Schedule of Tuition & Fees

Effective Fall 2019 through Spring 2020

Full-time undergraduate
Tuition (12 – 18 credits) $12,594 per semester
Service fee
Activity fee
$500
$55
per semester
per semester
Tuition overload $860 per credit over 18 credits
Part-time undergraduate
Tuition  $860 per credit
Service fee
Service fee
$200
$300
per semester up to 5 credits
per semester 6 -11 credits
Graduate Programs
Full time Tuition $1,000 per credit
Part-time Tuition $650 per credit
Tuition Differential for Special Programs

Tuition for Special Programs
In some instances, a student may enroll in an educational program that has a higher tuition rate than the current undergraduate rate. In such cases, a student will be responsible for any additional tuition and fees charged as a part of the program.

Combined Degree Programs

Tuition calculation
Combined degree programs in which a student will earn an undergraduate degree as well as a graduate degree, such as the B.S./M.S. in Accounting, will be charged a per credit tuition rate on the course level of each class. Undergraduate courses will be charged at a rate of $860 per credit and graduate courses will be charged at a rate of $1,000 per credit. The service fee applies to combined degree programs and will be charged based on the total number of credits taken in a given term.

In semesters in which 12 or more undergraduate credits are taken, students will be charged the undergraduate flat rate tuition up to 18 credits.

Financial aid eligibility for  Combined Degree or Graduate Tuition

Please speak with Office of Financial Aid regarding your financial aid eligibility for semesters of study in which you are enrolled in graduate level courses. Not all federal and state aid programs may be used for graduate coursework.

St. Francis College scholarships and grants (including endowed scholarships) may not be used towards tuition for graduate level coursework with the exception of the fifth year of a five year combined degree program.

Miscellaneous charges
Deferred payment fee $125 per semester
Experiential learning or credit for life experience (undergraduate) $300 per credit for undergraduate courses
Experiential learning or credit for life experience (graduate) $400 per credit for graduate courses
Late payment fee $250 fall and spring semesters
Late payment fee $75 non-traditional semesters
Non-credit course*-undergrad $815 per credit equivalent for undergraduate courses
Special course fees** Varies per course section
Required Deposits
Tuition admission deposit*** $200 one-time non-refundable deposit which is applied towards the first semester’s tuition bill.
Housing deposit $300 one-time non-refundable deposit which is applied towards the first semester’s tuition bill
Notes on miscellaneous charges

*Non-credit courses carry a credit equivalency based on contact hours and for the purpose of assessing a tuition charge. The credit equivalency is used in determining a student’s attendance status and financial aid eligibility.

** Special course fees are only charged for specific courses that may require additional resources. These charges will appear on your student invoice.

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