Fees

Read the descriptions carefully to determine which fees may apply to you. Some classes have fees associated with them. See Course fees for more information.

Fall 2022 and spring 2023 term fees

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Fees assessed by college

Academic Clinical Affairs

Fee Assessed to
$185.00 All students, 6 or more credits (collegiate fee)
$92.50 All students, fewer than 6 credits (collegiate fee)

 

Academic Health Sciences

Fee Assessed to
$185.00 All students, 6 or more credits (collegiate fee)
$92.50 All students, fewer than 6 credits (collegiate fee)
$120.00 All students in the Occupational Therapy doctoral program (clinical fee)

 

Carlson School of Management

Fee Assessed to
$580.00 All students, 9 or more credits (collegiate fee)
$290.00 All students, fewer than 9 credits (collegiate fee)
$1,250.00 Undergraduate students, 9 or more credits (tuition surcharge)
$125.00/credit Undergraduate students, 1-8 credits (tuition surcharge)

 

College of Biological Science

Fee Assessed to
$300.00 All students, 6 or more credits (collegiate fee)
$150.00 All students, fewer than 6 credits (collegiate fee)

 

College of Continuing and Professional Studies

Fee Assessed to
$190.00 All CCAPS students, 6 or more credits (collegiate fee)
$95.00 All CCAPS students, fewer than 6 credits (collegiate fee)

 

College of Design

Fee Assessed to
$350.00 All students, 6 or more credits (collegiate fee)
$175.00 All students, fewer than 6 credits (collegiate fee)

 

College of Education and Human Development

Fee Assessed to
$190.00 All students, 6 or more credits (collegiate fee)
$95.00 All students, fewer than 6 credits (collegiate fee)
$550.00 OLPD (administrative licensure fee)
$275.00 OLPD (multiple endorsement fee)

 

College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences

Fee Assessed to
$240.00 All students, 6 or more credits (collegiate fee)
$120.00 All students, fewer than 6 credits (collegiate fee)

 

College of Liberal Arts

Fee Assessed to
$315.00 All students, 6 or more credits (collegiate fee)
$155.00 All students, fewer than 6 credits (collegiate fee)
$1,250.00 Undergraduate students in Astrophysics, Chemistry, Computer Science, Environmental Geosciences, Earth Sciences, Mathematics, and Physics, 9 or more credits (tuition surcharge assessed by College of Science and Engineering)
$125.00/credit Undergraduate students in Astrophysics, Chemistry, Computer Science, Environmental Geosciences, Earth Sciences, Mathematics, and Physics, 1-8 credits  (tuition surcharge assessed by College of Science and Engineering)

 

College of Pharmacy

Fee Assessed to
$450.00 Pharm D students (collegiate fee)
$220.00 Graduate students, 6 or more credits (collegiate fee)
$110.00 Graduate students, fewer than 6 credits (collegiate fee)

 

College of Science and Engineering

Fee Assessed to
$330.00 All students, 6 or more credits (collegiate fee)
$165.00 All students, fewer than 6 credits (collegiate fee)
$1,250.00 Undergraduate students, 9 or more credits (tuition surcharge)
$125.00/credit Undergraduate students, 1-8 credits (tuition surcharge)
$1,775.00 MOT students, Year 1 (program fee)
$1,775.00 MOT students, Year 2 (program fee)

 

College of Veterinary Medicine

Fee Assessed to
$525.00 All students (collegiate fee)

 

Humphrey School of Public Affairs

Fee Assessed to
$250.00 All students, 6 or more credits (collegiate fee)
$125.00 All students, fewer than 6 credits (collegiate fee)

 

Law School

Fee Assessed to
$475.00 All students, 6 or more credits (collegiate fee)
$237.50 All students, fewer than 6 credits (collegiate fee)

 

Medical School

Fee Assessed to
$110.00 All students (collegiate fee)
$50.00 Mortuary Science students (program fee)

 

School of Dentistry

Fee Assessed to
$207.00 All students (collegiate fee)
$861.00 Dental hygiene students (instrument usage fee)
$2,137.00 DDS 1-5 years; PASS 3rd & 4th years; Dental Therapy undergraduate 2nd & 3rd years; Dentral Therapy graduate students (instrument usage fee)
$1,424.00 Endodontics students (instrument usage fee)
$726.00 Periodontics students (instrument usage fee)
$1,028.00 Prosthodontics students (instrument usage fee)
$85.00 Mannequin Shroud; new incoming DDS1 students program only
$105.00 Overgarments; Ortho residents

 

School of Nursing

Fee Assessed to
$250.00 All students (collegiate fee)
$700.00 BSN, DNP, and MN students (clinical fee)
$457.00 Nurse anesthesia students (program fee)

 

School of Public Health

Fee Assessed to
$220.00 All students, 6 or more credits (collegiate fee)
$148.00 All students, fewer than 6 credits (collegiate fee)

 

Student services fee

Students who  are enrolled in 6 or more credits (3 or more credits in the summer) are required to pay the student services fee. This fee is distributed among various student programs, as listed below. 

All credits you are enrolled in count toward assessing the fee, except the following:

  • Learning Abroad Center/GPS Alliance programs
  • Certain, specifically designated off-campus classes

Exemption criteria

Certain students are exempt from the fee regardless of how many credits they are enrolled in:

*Students in these groups may elect to pay the fee if they wish to use or support the services covered by the fee.

Students who do not pay the fee do not have access to the services provided like Boynton Health Services, legal services, Department of Recreational Sports facilities, and other fee-supported services. These students are also not eligible for the Student Health Benefit Plan.

Fee details

The Student Services fee is composed of three categories: the Student Activity fee; the Media fee; and the Student Life, Health, and Wellbeing fee. The allocation for these categories is listed below. For a full description of the Student Services fee, go to the Office for Student Affairs website.

Fee Amount
Student Activity fee total $19.80*
Student Activity fee $19.80
Media fee total $12.61*
MN Daily $6.88
Radio K - Operating $3.94
Students for a Conservative Voice $1.20
Wake Student Magazine $0.59
Student Life, Health, and Wellbeing fee total $449.07*
Aurora Center $5.33
Boynton Health Facility Support fee $11.85
Boynton Health Operational fee $144.45
Student Advocate Services $2.31
Student Conflict Resolution Center $4.61
Student Fee Administration $2.09
Student Legal Services $17.74
Student Parent Grants $1.94
Student Unions and Activities - Bond Repayment $46.01
Student Unions and Activities - Facility Support Fee $55.59
Student Unions and Activities - Operating Fee $32.85
University Recreation and Wellness - Facility Support Fee $79.37
University Recreation and Wellness - Operational Fee $44.92
Total Student Services Fee $481.48*

*Fee totals may not equal the sum of individual fee components as they are listed here rounded to the nearest penny.

Health insurance fee

If you are 1) admitted to a degree program, and 2) registered for 6 or more credits per semester (or 3 or more credits during summer term) that count toward the automatic assessment of the Student Services Fee, you are required by the University of Minnesota to have health plan coverage. If you meet both of these criteria you will be automatically enrolled in the University-sponsored Student Health Benefit Plan.

By requiring students to have health plan coverage, the University ensures all students have access to medical care and can maintain good health, which is essential for academic success. You may choose to waive the University-sponsored Student Health Benefit Plan by providing proof of enrollment in an alternative eligible health plan.

Please note that if you are enrolled into the Regents Scholarship Program or the Senior Citizen Education Program (SCEP), you are not eligible for the student health benefit plan. Contact the Office of Student Health Benefits with questions about eligibility for the Student Health Benefit Plan.

Assessed to Description Amount
Graduate Assistants Subsidized based on the terms of your University appointment. $171.96 per term
Visiting International Scholars Per month; required for scholars visiting the University for more than 31 days and who do not have other health coverage. The plan is optional for scholars visiting less than 31 days. $305.00 per month
All Other Students Automatically assessed to most students who do not have health plan coverage 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. $1,734.00 per term

 

General, service and usage, and other fees

General fees

Fee names Description Amount (per term)
Academic Records Fee One time fee assessed to support the development and maintenance of the academic record including official document production.

$150.00 - one time
(new degree-seeking and certificate students)


$75.00 - one time
(non-degree students)

Capital Enhancement fee Ensures a reliable revenue stream to support long-term capital financing for the renewal of facilities or construction of new facilities that contribute to or enhance student life. Required of students on the Twin Cities campus who pay the student services fee. $75.00
Council of Graduate Students (COGS) fee The COGS fee is assessed to all graduate students who are assessed the Student Services Fee, with the exception of students admitted to Departmental Masters' or Professional Programs. The fee is used to fund the Council of Graduate Students (COGS) student organization. $10.49
Professional Student Government (PSG) fee Nonrefundable fee assessed each term to graduate level, degree-seeking students in graduate programs and most undergraduate/graduate professional programs $17.07
International Student Engagement fee Required of all students who hold non-immigrant visas. This fee supports engagement opportunities for all international students. $16.00
International Student Support Services fee Administrative fee required of all students who hold temporary nonimmigrant visas. Fee supports immigration advising, academic and personal counseling, and other services for students. $200.00
International Sponsored Student fee Supports additional administrative requirements of sponsored international student support. Required for all sponsored international students. $300.00
International Student Academic Services fee Required of undergraduate international students used to enhance academic international student experiences and services.

$125.00
(under 6 credits)


$250.00
(6 or more credits)

Long Term Disability Insurance fee Charged to all Academic Health Center (AHC) students. When paid in fall and spring, the insurance covers a full calendar year. $50.82
Minnesota Student Association (MSA) Non-refundable fee assessed to all undergraduates registered for 6 or more credits $2.28
Stadium fee The student stadium fee supports the construction costs and debt service of the on-campus football stadium that also serves the marching band, intramural and club sports, student activities, and other University functions (not assessed during summer term). $6.00
Transportation and safety fee Non-refundable fee to support transit programs on the Twin Cities Campus. (InterCampus Bus System) and related Twin Cities Campus safety programs
EXEMPTIONS: post-secondary option high school students, Regents Scholarship recipients, and students registered in off-campus, non-metro courses or Online and Distance Learning courses only
$71.00

 

Service and usage fees

Fee name Description Amount (per term)
Credit by Special Examination fee Fee per credit; contact college office for more information $50.00
Payment Plan fee Flat fee charged each term for the University student account payment plan $20.00
Late Payment fee Assessed per billing cycle for payments received after the billing statement due date $40.00
Late Registration fee For any initial registration during the first two weeks of any session (regular, first, or second session) *Fall and spring semesters only $50.00
Late Registration fee For any initial registration beginning the third week or later of any session (regular, first, or second session) *Fall and spring semesters only $100.00
Return Item fee Assessed for any returned check or electronic payment $20.00
Stop Payment fee Assessed when a refund check must be reissued due to student providing incorrect mailing address. $10.00
U Card replacement fee Lost, stolen, or damaged U Cards may be replaced for a fee. Lost or stolen cards should be deactivated immediately to prevent unauthorized use of your card. Once your U Card has been deactivated, it cannot be reactivated. Contact the U Card Office to get current information on hours. $30.00

 

Summer 2022 term fees

Tuition rates are the same for summer, fall, and spring terms. However, undergraduate students are charged tuition per credit during the summer. If undergraduates take more than 13 credits during the summer, they will not be charged for the additional credits.

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Fees assessed by college

Carlson School of Management

Fee Assessed to
$290.00 All students, 6 or more credits (collegiate fee)
$145.00 All students, fewer than 6 credits (collegiate fee)
$1,000.00 Undergraduate students, 9 or more credits (tuition surcharge)
$100.00/credit Undergraduate students, 1-8 credits (tuition surcharge)

 

College of Biological Science

Fee Assessed to
$150.00 All students, 3 or more credits (collegiate fee)

 

College of Continuing and Professional Studies

Fee Assessed to
$95.00 All students, 6 or more credits (collegiate fee)
$47.50 All students, fewer than 6 credits (collegiate fee)

 

College of Design

Fee Assessed to
$175.00 All students, 6 or more credits (collegiate fee)
$87.50 All students, fewer than 6 credits (collegiate fee)

 

College of Education and Human Development

Fee Assessed to
$190.00 All students, 6 or more credits (collegiate fee)
$95.00 All students, fewer than 6 credits (collegiate fee)

 

College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences

Fee Assessed to
$110.00 All students, 3 or more credits (collegiate fee)
$55.00 All students, fewer than 3 credits (collegiate fee)

 

College of Liberal Arts

Fee Assessed to
$250.00 All students, 6 or more credits (collegiate fee)
$125.00 All students, fewer than 6 credits (collegiate fee)

 

College of Pharmacy

Fee Assessed to
$225.00 Pharm D students (collegiate fee)
$110.00 Graduate students, 6 or more credits (collegiate fee)
$55.00 Graduate students, fewer than 6 credits (collegiate fee)

 

College of Science and Engineering

Fee Assessed to
$165.00 All students, 3 or more credits (collegiate fee)
$82.50 All students, fewer than 3 credits (collegiate fee)
$1,000.00 Undergraduate students, 9 or more credits (tuition surcharge)
$100.00/credit Undergraduate students, 1-8 credits (tuition surcharge)

 

College of Veterinary Medicine

Fee Assessed to
$525.00 All students (collegiate fee)

 

Humphrey School of Public Affairs

Fee Assessed to
$50.00 All students, 3 or more credits (collegiate fee)
$37.50 All students, fewer than 3 credits (collegiate fee)

 

Law School

Fee Assessed to
$180.00 All students (collegiate fee)

 

Medical School

Fee Assessed to
$50.00 Mortuary Science students (program fee)

 

Occupational Therapy (Academic Health Center)

Fee Assessed to
$185.00 All students, 6 or more credits (collegiate fee)
$92.50 All students, fewer than 6 credits (collegiate fee)

 

School of Dentistry

Fee Assessed to
$207.00 All students (collegiate fee)
$245.00 Durable goods
$85.00 Mannequin Shrouds

 

School of Nursing

Fee Assessed to
$210.00 All students (collegiate fee)

 

School of Public Health

Fee Assessed to
$95.00 All students, 6 or more credits (collegiate fee)
$65.00 All students, fewer than 6 credits (collegiate fee)

 

Student services fee

For a full description of the Student Services fee, go to the Office for Student Affairs website.

  • If you register for 3 to 5 credits: $151.96
  • If you register for 6 or more credits: $303.92

If, however, you are a continuing student (who paid the services fee for the prior spring term), you will be charged:

  • If you register for 3 to 5 credits: $151.96 - $50.30 = $101.66
  • If you register for 6 or more credits: $303.92 - $100.60 = $203.32

The difference represents the value of the Boynton Health Service benefits. This benefit carries over through the summer, so if you paid the Student Services Fee during the prior spring semester you will be issued a waiver to reduce the amount you pay during the summer term. Please contact the Office of Student Health Benefits if you have questions about the Student Health Benefit Plan (SHBP).

Health insurance fee

For a full description of health insurance fees, go to the Student Health Benefit Plan website.

If you are registered for 3 or more credits: $690.00

If you are 1) admitted to a degree program, and 2) registered for 3 or more credits during summer term that count towards the automatic assessment of the Student Services Fee, you are required by the University of Minnesota to have health plan coverage. If you meet both of these criteria you will be automatically enrolled in the University-sponsored Student Health Benefit Plan. Please contact the Office of Student Health Benefits with any questions about the Student Health Benefit Plan and your eligibility.

If you were enrolled in the Student Health Benefit Plan during the spring semester, you will be automatically covered through the summer term at no additional cost. Non-degree students do not need to purchase the plan.

By requiring students to have health plan coverage, the University ensures all students have access to medical care and can maintain good health, which is essential for academic success. You may choose to waive the University-sponsored Student Health Benefit Plan by providing proof of enrollment in an alternative eligible health plan.

General, service and usage, and other fees

Fee name Description Amount (per term)
International Sponsored Student fee Supports additional administrative requirements of sponsored international student support. Required for all sponsored international students. $150.00
International Student Academic Services fee (6 or more credits) Used to enhance academic international student experiences and services. Required of undergraduate international students. $250.00
International Student Academic Services fee (3-5 credits) Used to enhance academic international student experiences and services. Required of undergraduate international students. $125.00
International Student Academic Services fee (1-2 credits) Used to enhance academic international student experiences and services. Required of undergraduate international students. $62.50
International Student Engagement fee Required of all students who hold non-immigrant visas $10.00
International Student Support Services fee Administrative fee assessed for orientation and advising. Required for students who hold temporary non-immigrant visas. $85.00
Transportation fee Supports transit programs on the Twin Cities campus. (InterCampus Bus System) and related Twin Cities campus safety programs. $26.00
Online and Distance Learning If you enroll in an Online and Distance Learning course (with some exceptions), you will be charged this fee. Exemptions: post-secondary enrollment option high school students, Regents Scholarship recipients, and students registered in off-campus, non-metro courses, or Online and Distance Learning courses only $27.00 (per credit)

 

View your registration and fee summary

The registration and fee summary is a clear view of classes you are enrolled in for the semester along with charges and payments on your student account.

Text instructions

  1. Log into MyU and select the My Finances tab.
  2. Click on the Registration & Fee Summary link.
  3. Use the drop-down menus to complete all of the fields.
  4. Check the Include Fees box if you want that information to appear on your summary.
  5. Click the view report button. You may need to disable pop-up blockers or open the file when prompted.
  6. Your registration & fee summary will display. You may also print the summary using your browser’s print function.

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Official current and historical fee rates

The above information is based on the President’s Operating Budget approved by the Board of Regents. While the information has been presented with all due care, it cannot be guaranteed to be free from errors or omission.