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2008–09 Other fees (per semester)

 
CARLSON SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT
$733.86—MBA laptop requirement after $500 deposit .
COLLEGIANS FOR A CONSTRUCTIVE TOMORROW
$3.57 (refusable/refundable)—Assessed to most students. Collegians for a Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT) is a non-profit, non-partisan, student run advocacy group that gives students the opportunity to participate in issues, research, and public policies revolving around environmentalism and other social concerns. CFACT upholds a conservative philosophy and believes that most consumer and environmental problems can best be met and overcome through the power of the free enterprise system and the ingenuity of science and technology. To request a refund of this fee, contact One Stop Student Services.
COUNCIL OF COLLEGE BOARDS
$1.22—Assessed to all undergraduates. (Fee not refundable.)
CREDIT BY SPECIAL EXAMINATION
$50 per credit —Check with your college office for further information.
DENTISTRY—INSTRUMENT USAGE FEE
$162—Equipment fee for all students (dental hygiene, DDS, certificate, and graduate students).
$200—Equipment fee for 1st and 2nd year predoctoral dental students.
$162—Equipment fee for masters dental hygiene students.
$380—Instrument usage fee for TMJ residents.
$480—Instrument usage fee for postdoctoral students enrolled in periodontics.
$650—Instrument usage fee for postdoctoral students enrolled in pedodontics.
$680—Instrument usage fee for students enrolled in endodontics.
$425—Microscope rental fee for postdoctoral students enrolled in endodontics.
$745—Instrument usage fee for postdoctoral students enrolled in prosthodontics.
$1,600—Instrument usage fees for 1st year predoctoral dental students.
$1,530 ($731 summer)—Instrument usage fees for 2nd year predoctoral dental students.
$1,430 ($860 summer)—Instrument usage fees for 3rd year predoctoral dental students.
$1,375 ($731 summer)—Instrument usage fees for 4th and 5th year predoctoral dental students.
$625 ($300 summer)—Instrument usage fee for dental hygiene students.
$818—Dental Fellow Spec (OMS)
$1,637—Dental Fellow Spec (ENDO, OHSOA, ORTHO, PED, PERIO, PROS, TMJ)
$100—Graduation application fee for dental hygiene students.
$70.00—Disability insurance fee for 1st-4th year students.
$99—Health insurance premium, dental residents.
$99—Health insurance premium, masters dental hygiene students.
DUPLICATE DIPLOMA FEE
$15—fee for duplicate/replacement diplomas.
EDUCATION AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT, COLLEGE OF
$550—EdPa administrative licensure fee.
$275—EdPa multiple endorsement fee.
$30—Part-time school counseling licensure application fee.
$75—School psychology program fees, 1st and 2nd year students
$30—School psychology program fees, 3rd year students.
$50—Initial licensure, Master of Education confirmation fee
$48—Credential registration fee.
$5—Credential fee additional files.
$5—Credential copy fee.
$12—Inactive credential file fee.
$15—Credential next day service.
$5—Credential pick-up fee.
GRADUATE AND PROFESSIONAL STUDENT ASSEMBLY (GAPSA)
$11.55—Assessed every semester to degree-seeking students in most professional schools and students in the Graduate School. (Fee not refundable.)
HEALTH BENEFIT PLAN, UNIVERSITY SPONSORED
$852 per semester —Automatically assessed to most students who do not have hospitalization insurance and are enrolled in a degree program for 6 or more credits per semester (3 or more credits for summer) that count toward the assessment of the mandatory student services fee.
$1098 per semester —Assessed to Academic Health Center students and all international students. Required in addition for dependents of international students. For more information on international requirements, contact the Student Insurance Office, Boynton Health Service, 410 Church Street SE, Minnepolis, MN 55455, or go to www.bhs.umn.edu/insurance/international.htm.
INSTALLMENT PLAN FEE
$35 flat fee per term to pay student account charges by installments.
INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS SERVICE FEE
$400 per semester according to services provided—For international students supported under contractual arrangements with sponsoring agencies or entities requiring special administrative or management services beyond those normally provided.
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT AID FEE
$12 per semester—Required of all students who hold nonimmigrant visas.
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT FEE
$75 per semester—Required of all students who hold temporary nonimmigrant visas—administrative fee.
LATE PAYMENT FEE
$30 per billing cycle.
LATE REGISTRATION FEES
$50—for any initial registration during the first two weeks of any session (regular, first, or second session).
$100—for any initial registration beginning the third week of any session (regular, first, or second session) or later.
MINNESOTA PUBLIC INTEREST RESEARCH GROUP (MPIRG)
$4.82 (refusable/refundable)—Assessed to most students. The Minnesota Public Interest Research Group (MPIRG) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, student-run organization funded at the Twin Cities campus by an optional semester fee of $4.82. A statewide advocacy group, MPIRG gives the students the opportunity to speak out on public issues and work for social change. The fee supports a professional staff for lobbying, litigation, organizing, and research. To request a refund of this fee, contact One Stop Student Services.
MINNESOTA STUDENT ASSOCIATION (MSA)
$2.75—Assessed to all undergraduates registered for 6 or more credits. (Fee not refundable.)
MUSIC PRACTICE ROOMS
Rooms with upright or grand piano, harp, harpsichord, organ, or percussion as well as rooms with no instrument are available on a per semester basis. Check in 100 Ferguson Hall for rental information and rates.
ORIENTATION FEE
$50—Required of all new students in the Graduate School except: graduate students who attended the University as undergraduates; graduate Management students; and students in post-baccalaureate education, master of education, and master of agriculture programs. (Fee not refundable.)
PUBLIC HEALTH
$160—One time credentialing fee assessed to all admitted and matriculated certificate students in the Public Health Practice Major. This includes the Public Health Certificates in Core Concepts, Food Protection, and Preparedness, Response and Recovery.
RECREATIONAL FACILITIES CAPITAL ENHANCEMENT FEE
$12.50—The Recreational Facilities Capital Enhancement Fee was created to ensure a reliable funding stream to support short- or long-term capital financing for the renewal or construction of recreational space (buildings and fields) that contribute to and enhance student life on the University's Twin Cities campus.
RECREATIONAL SPORTS MEMBERSHIP FEES/LOCKER RENTALS
NOTE: All individuals must present a valid U Card every time they enter Recreational Sports facilities.
Currently registered students who have been assessed the student services fee will need to provide proof of that assessment by presenting their U Card.
Currently registered students who are not assessed the student services fee must purchase a semester membership to become eligible to use recreational facilities and programs. Similar memberships (at different costs) are available for faculty, staff, and spouses/partners of members.
Summer memberships are also available to students, faculty, and staff from all University of Minnesota campuses.
A variety of activities are available, including aquatics, intramurals, fitness programs, aerobics, open recreation, court sports, sports clubs, rock climbing, and other activities. Some activities require payment of additional fees.
Lockers and towels can be rented at the University Recreation Center and the St. Paul Gym.
For further information, including the current fee rates, call or visit
one of the Recreational Sports offices: University Recreation Center, Minneapolis (612–625–6800), or St. Paul Gym (612–625–8283). To learn more about Recreational Sports offerings, visit the Web (at recsports.umn.edu).
RETURN ITEM FEE
$20—Assessed for any returned check or electronic payment.
SPEECH-LANGUAGE-HEARING SCIENCES, DEPARTMENT OF
The Julia M. Davis Speech-Language-Hearing Center collects modest clinical fees for services in evaluation and treatment of communication disorders related to speech, language, cognition, and hearing. A sliding scale of reduced fees is available to individuals who pre-qualify based on documented financial need. Full-time students pay $10.00 per treatment session. For hearing instrument pricing and repairs, please call the clinic at 612-624-3322. More information about fee policies is available on the Web slhs.umn.edu/center.
STADIUM FEE
$12.50—The student stadium fee supports the construction costs of the on-campus football stadium that will also serve the marching band, intramural and club sports, student activities and other University functions. (Not assessed during summer session.)
STOP PAYMENT FEE
$10—Assessed if refund check is stopped due to incorrect address.
TRANSPORTATION FEE
$16.00—Assessed to all students (except post secondary option students, Regents Scholarship, and students registered in off-campus, nonmetro courses or Independent and Distance Learning courses only)—to support the UPass program. (Nonrefundable.)