Tuition and Fees
Tuition rates are calculated based on a student’s residency (resident or non-resident), the number of credit hours they are enrolled in, and their program (e.g. on-campus program or online program).
Base rates reflected on the Tuition Schedule do not include course fees, lab fees, health insurance, room and board, etc.
Students enrolled in an on-campus program will pay the regular tuition and fee rate, regardless of whether the course is offered in-person or remotely.
Only students enrolled in an approved online program will be charged the online tuition rate. Online programs are listed under “Approved Programs” on the Mines Online website.
To view the full tuition schedule, please click on the icon above.
Mandatory Fees are assessed to students enrolled in an on-campus program each semester. For the Fall and Spring semester, students enrolled in 1 – 2.5 credit hours are assessed the Technology Fee and the Student Services Fee. Students enrolled in 3 – 5.5 credit hours are assessed the Technology Fee, Student Services Fee, and Academic Construction Fee. Students registered in more than 6 credit hours are assessed all mandatory fees.
For the Summer semester, students are assessed all mandatory fees regardless of the number of credit hours enrolled.
Students enrolled in an on-campus program will pay all mandatory fees, regardless of the delivery of the course (in-person, remote, hybrid, etc).
Students enrolled in an approved online program will be assessed the Technology Fee.
Students may be assessed additional fees (course, lab, etc) based on their course enrollment.
For more information about mandatory fees, please click on the icon above.
Each year, the Financial Aid Office releases the Cost of Attendance (COA). COA is an estimate of a student’s educational expenses based on their living situation (i.e. on campus vs. off campus), their enrollment status (i.e. full-time vs part-time) and other components such as tuition, fees, books, supplies, room/board, personal, and transportation expenses, as determined by federal and state rules.
COA helps determine a student’s financial need for “need-based” grants, loans, and work-study. It also sets a limit on the total federal aid that a student may receive.
To view your COA, please link on the link below that represents your student status.
Please be aware that COA does not reflect the actual cost of Tuition and Fees for your particular student.
Mines requires all students to have adequate health insurance as a condition of enrollment. SHIP is automatically applied to student accounts each semester and students who have comparable insurance can submit a waiver to remove the insurance charge. For more information and instructions on the waiver, please visit the SHIP website.
If the student’s account currently shows a credit balance (negative amount), the student may be eligible to receive the credit. To receive the credit, the student must be enrolled in eRefund and submit a refund request through Trailhead. Generally, refunds will take 2-3 business days to reflect in the eRefund account.
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