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Tuition and Fees

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Tuition and fees are charged as outlined under 'Related Downloads' and are subject to change without notice. All tuition charges are per unit unless otherwise indicated.

For undergraduate students, the University offers a tuition calculator to assist in determining the costs associated with degree completion.  Click here to access the calculator. Individuals interested in the costs for the graduate certificates and degrees — i.e. master's and doctoral programs — should contact the Office of Admissions.

Tuition is payable by check, MasterCard, and Visa and is due in full at the time of registration. Checks should be made payable to John F. Kennedy University. A $35 fee is assessed for checks returned because of insufficient funds.

Tuition is refundable on a percentage basis according to the dates published by the registrar's office. Generally, fees—including course materials fees—are non-refundable. Students expecting to drop courses or to seek a refund of tuition or fees should consult with the appropriate offices beforehand.

The tuition and fees listed are charged as indicated and are subject to change without prior notice. The Board of Trustees reviews rates of tuition and fees annually. As a matter of policy, absent countervailing factors, tuition and fees will be increased periodically at a rate no less than the rate of inflation.