Undergraduate Tuition & Fees

2022-23 Undergraduate Tuition & Fees*

CHARGES (Per Semester) NEW YORK STATE RESIDENT (Per Semester) OUT-OF-STATE RESIDENT (Per Semester)
Tuition:    
Full time (12+ credits) $3,535.00** $8,490.00
Part-time (per credit) 295.00 708.00
College Fee:    
Full time (12+ credits) 25.00 25.00
Part-time (per credit) 1.70 1.70
Student Activity Fee:    
Full time (12+ credits) 87.50 87.50
Part-time 51.00 51.00
Intercollegiate Athletic Fee:    
Full time (12+ credits) 174.00 174.00
Part-time (flat fee 1-11 credits) 87.00 87.00
Health Service Fee:    
Full time (12+ credits) 120.00 120.00
Part-time (per credit) 10.00 10.00
Technology Fee:    
Full time (12+credits) 188.00 188.00
Part-time (per credit) 15.50 15.50
Transportation Fee:    
Full time (12+credits) 60.00 60.00
Part-time (flat fee for 1-11 credits) 30.00 30.00
Residence Halls:
 
   
Residence Hall
(Woodlands - Double or Triple Room) 
4,230.00 4,230.00

Residence Hall
(Woodlands - Double used as a Single Room)

4,700.00 4,700.00

Residence Hall
(Academic Village - Single Standard) 

4,300.00 4,300.00
Residence Hall
(Academic Village - Double used as a Single Room)
4,500.00 4,500.00
Meal Plans:
(Mandatory for on-campus resident students.) 
   
Meal Plan - Panther's All-Access
(Meal plan costs relate to residential students, required for First-Year students.) 
2,650.00 2,650.00
Meal Plan - Panther's 14 Meal
(Meal plan costs relate to residential students.) 
2,490.00 2,490.00
Meal Plan - Panther's 10 Meal
(Meal plan costs relate to residential students.) 
2,490.00 2,490.00
Dormitory Deposits:    
Dormitory Damage/Key Deposits
(Mandatory for all residential students. Required once per academic year.) 
110.00 110.00
Other:     
Orientation Fee *** 50.00 50.00

* Costs subject to change
** Costs exclude books, supplies, travel and personal expenses.

***Orientation Fee is charged to all new students, whether or not they attended an Orientation session. For more information, please contact the Orientation Office.

Mandatory Fees

College Fee is utilized to supplement campus operations by providing additional funds to support the academic mission of the College.

Technology Fee  supports the increased use of computing and communication technology in deliverance of academic course offerings and administrative services available to all students.

Student Activity Fee supports the activities sponsored by the Student Government Association which includes activities and events offered at various times throughout the semester and are open to all students.

Intercollegiate Athletic Fee supports intercollegiate athletic activities including the program operation, facilities and support of our teams.

Health Service Fee provides basic medical assistance, counseling and prevention services to all students via the Campus Health Center.  This is not health insurance.

Transportation Fee supports the operation and maintenance of student transportation services on campus and/or between the campus and surrounding community.