Tuition & Fees

Annual tuition and fees for our traditional undergraduate degree programs are listed below. For tuition and fees for our other degree programs, please click on the links at the bottom of this page.

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2020-2021 Traditional Undergraduate Students

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2020-2021 Tuition - Undergraduate - Traditional By Year By Semester
Full-time (12-33 credits per semester) $42,564 $21,282
Part-Time (1-11 credits per semester) $1,784 per credit charge
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2020-2021 Residence Hall By Year By Semester
Residence Hall-Standard Room $9,856 $4,928
Residence Hall-Boardman Hall $10,978 $5,489
Residence Hall-Butler, Juniper, Valcour Halls $10,418 $5,209
Dublin or Montreal Campus (per semester) $11,252 $5,626
Residence Hall-194 St. Paul Street Apartments (charged at 42.5% each for the Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 semester )
Studio $15,900
2 Bed $13,500
3 Bed $12,300
4 Bed $11,400
4 Loft $11,700
Damage Deposit (Residence Halls) $50
Damage Deposit (194 St. Paul St. Apartments) $450

See our housing cancellation policies here.

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Dining & Other Fees By Year By Semester
Dining - Carte Blanche Meal Plan (unlimited)* $5,998 $2,999
Student Health & Activity Fee (Charged to all full-time and part-time students in at least 6 credits) $220 $110
First Year Fee (Charged to all full-time and part-time students in at least 6 credits) $220 $110
Health & Accident Insurance for full-time students
(optional with waiver)
$1,960 $980

*Meal plans required- all main campus halls, excludes 194 St. Paul, Montreal & Dublin

Meal Plans For Commuter Students or 194 Residents (optional)

Commuter Diamond Meal Plan-100 meals, $500 flex dollars for EATS at CCM Food Court $1,200
Commuter Gold Meal Plan-50 meals, $200 flex dollars for EATS at CCM Food Court $585
Commuter Silver Meal Plan-30 meals, $100 flex dollars for EATS at CCM Food Court $365




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Tuition Overload Fees - Undergraduate Programs - Additional Credits

Students registering for more than 33 credit hours per academic year (fall and spring semesters) will be charged for additional credit hours according to their student classification - Traditional undergraduate $1,784.00 per credit hour.

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Charged to all full-time and part-time students in at least 6 credits

Fees By Year By Semester
Broadcasting & Media Production $350 $175
Computer & Digital Forensics $426 $213
Computer Information Technology $450 $225
Computer Networking & Cybersecurity $476 $238
Computer Science & Innovation $426 $213
Data Science $426 $213
Filmmaking $426 $213
Game Art $450 $225
Game Design $500 $250
Game Exploration-Game Art  $450 $225
Game Exploration-Game Programming $526 $263
Game Exploration-Game Design $500 $250
Game Programming $526 $263
Visual Communication Design $450 $225

* Lab Fee charge is split in half for one academic semester

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2020-2021 Summer Tuition, Residence Hall & Montreal Fees

Tuition - TRAD - Undergraduate - Summer $576 per credit hour
Montreal Summer Filmmaking Program (Includes: Tuition, Housing, Activities Fee, Int'l Health Insurance) Approximately $5,495
Montreal Culture Program (Includes: Tuition, Housing, Activities Fee, Int'l Health Insurance) Approximately $4,995
Montreal Summer Gaming Program (Includes: Tuition, Housing, Activities Fee, Int'l Health Insurance) Approximately $5,495
Summer Residence Hall - Main Campus (Minimum 6 weeks) TBD per week
Summer Residence Hall - 194 St. Paul (Full summer) Studio $2,384
2 Bed $2,024
3 Bed $1,844
4 Bed $1,710
4 Bed Townhouse $1,754
Damage Deposit Required TBD TBD
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Other Costs to Consider

When determining eligibility for financial assistance, allowances are made for the following expenses:

Books $1,000
Personal Expenses $938
Transportation $1,424
Average Loan Fees $72

Students living off-campus or with their parents are not charged room and board. When determining eligibility for financial assistance, an allowance is given for the typical cost of room and board for these students. Allowances for study-abroad costs, dependent care expenses, and the one-time purchase of a computer can also be added to the cost of attendance budget upon the student's request.

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