Policy • Withdrawals and Refunds • Services
• Room and Board • Other Fees
All expenses should be paid on or before your assigned enrollment confirmation
day. For full-time students, a minimum cash payment of $500, exclusive
of financial aid or any deposits, is required on the first day of each
semester. For part-time students, a minimum cash payment equal to 20% of
tuition plus all fees, exclusive of financial aid or any deposits, is required
on the first day of each semester. Student account balances are subject
to an interest charge of 1.25 percent per month on the outstanding balance.
Official grade transcripts and diplomas will not be issued until all
accounts have been paid in full. Further, any student whose account is
delinquent will not be permitted to register for the following semester.
Any student who wishes to withdraw from one or more classes must obtain
written approval from the Registrar's office. The date on which such written
approval is granted by the Registrar determines the amount of tuition adjustment.
Failure by the student to obtain such approval makes the student ineligible
for any adjustment and accounts will be payable in full.
Any student who withdraws or reduces their credit hours to fewer than
12 with written approval of the Registrar’s office shall receive a tuition
adjustment for the difference in total tuition cost according to the following
Example: For a student who drops from 7 credits to 3 credits during the
third week of the semester, the difference in tuition is $2,755 less $1,065,
or $1,690. The refund is 50% of $1,690, or $845. This refund will be credited
to the student’s account.
|Week of Withdrawal (includes weekends)
|(Refunds for all non-16 week courses will be prorated.)
Note that this refund formula applies specifically to 16 week courses.
This formula is modified on a pro rata basis for non-16 week courses.
Fees will not be adjusted and are not refundable.
Room and Board adjustments are calculated on a pro-rata, weekly basis,
provided approval has been given by the Director of Residence and/or the
Food Service Manager. Any adjustment will be placed on the student’s account.
Any student who is suspended or dismissed from the university by university
authorities will not be entitled to any refund of tuition, room or board.
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Textbooks and supplies may be purchased from a bookstore which is located
in Marian Hall. Students are allowed to charge books to their account the
first week of each semester, excluding summer session, but are subject
to a $2.50 service fee per charge.
Student Identification Card
Every student is issued a photo id/access card. The photo id (or front)
part is obtained from the AMPS department. It must be validated each semester
and is used by students for admission to the library facilities, food service,
lectures, plays, concerts, athletic events, equipment checkouts, and other
programs. There is a $20 replacement fee for the photo id/access card if
it is lost or stolen.
The access (or gray back) part of the card is obtained from the Physical
Plant office and grants the student after-hour access to select academic
buildings (where applicable) and full time access to that student’s residence
hall. As it serves as a key, it is property of Viterbo University and must
be returned when that student is no longer enrolled at Viterbo. The same
$20 replacement fee applies to all cards not returned or are lost/stolen.
As part of the student health program, health and accident insurance
is made available. Students who are no longer covered under their parents’
family health insurance plan are strongly encouraged to avail themselves
of this opportunity. If desired, coverage may be obtained for one semester
only. Application forms are available in the Business Office. All international
students must carry health insurance.
Tuition (per semester: 1999-2000 Academic Year)
|1 credit hour
|2 credit hours
|3 credit hours
|4 credit hours
|5 credit hours
|6 credit hours
|7 credit hours
|8 credit hours
|9 credit hours
|10 credit hours
|11 credit hours
|Full-time (12-18 credit hours)
|Each credit over 18
|Auditors pay the regular tuition amount
Tuition-Other Designated Courses
|RRN/Fast Track/ADVANCE Programs
|Dietetics Internship Program
|RRN Portfolio Charge
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Room and Board Charges (per semester: 1999-2000 Academic Year)
* All Marian Hall North X47 rooms pay the Double rate
** Treacy #3 and #9 occupants pay the 4 occupants/apt. rate
All university housing contracts extend throughout the academic year
rather than a single semester. A room deposit of $100, along with a completed
contract, is required for each academic year housing is desired. To reserve
a room, the deposit and contract should be mailed to Viterbo University
as soon as the student is notified of acceptance if a new student, or by
April 1 if a returning student for the subsequent academic year. The room
deposit will be applied to the student’s account balance once the academic
year begins. If the student terminates the contract prior to May 1, the
deposit will be refunded. If the student terminates the contract after
May 1, but prior to the beginning of the academic year, the deposit is
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Other Fees and Charges (per semester: 1999-2000 Academic Year)
Interest Charge of 1.25%/month on outstanding student account balances.
|Student Activity Fee (1-11 credits) $4.00/credit to maximum of
|Student Activity Fee (full-time)
|Technology Fee (1-11 credits) $10.00/credit to maximum of
|Technology Fee (full-time)
|RRN/Fast Track resource fee, excluding RRN portfolio
|ADVANCE resource fee
|Nursing Clinical Fee
|Nutrition & Dietetics Clinical Fee -
for designated clinical courses, add to tuition
|Bookstore Service Charge
|Challenge Exam Fee
Art (depending on course)
Science/Physics Lab Courses
|Credentials (minimum of 5)
|Deposit - Housing
|First Year Experience Course
|Graduation Fee (paid in semester of graduation)
|Late Confirmation Fee
|Returning RN Exam Fee
|Summer School Registration Fee
All expense items are subject to change.