​Undergraduate Charges​​

Regular Academic Program 2016-2017
Tuition $15,718
Room (Residence Hall, double occupancy)
$2,380
Board $2,389
Student Activity Fee (non-refundable) $100
General Service Fee (non-refundable) $383
Health and Accident Insurance (per year) $315
Total per semester $21,285
Total per year      $42,255
 
​Special Programs
Animal Science Programs* ​Doctor of Pharmacy

Nursing Program​

Soph./Junior/Senior

​Tuition ​$16,773 ​$20,432 $16,218
​Board ​$2,389 ​$2,389 ​$2,389
​Room (Residence Hall double occupancy) ​$2,380 ​$2,380 ​$2,380
​​Student Activity Fee (non-refundable) $100​ ​$100 $100​
General Service Fee (non-refundable) ​$383 $383 $383
Health and Accident Insurance (per year) $315 ​$315 ​$315
​Total per semester ​$22,340 ​$25,999 ​$21,785
​Total per year ​$44,365 ​$51,683 ​$43,255

​Special Programs
English Equestrian Program*

Freshman & Sophomore​
​Western Equestrian​ Program*

​Freshman & Sophomore
​Equestrian Studies Program**

​Junior & Senior
​Tuition ​$19,246 ​$18,960 ​$15,793
​Board ​$2,389 ​$2,389 ​$2,389
​Room (Residence Hall double occupancy) ​$2,380 ​$2,380 ​$2,380
​​Student Activity Fee (non-refundable) $100​ ​$100 $100​
General Service Fee (non-refundable) ​$383 $383 $383
Health and Accident Insurance (per year) $315 ​$315 $315
​Total per semester ​$24,812 ​$24,527 $21,360
​Total per year ​$49,309 ​$48,739 ​$42,405

For more information, view our catalog here.​ The actual cost of attending Findlay is different for every student. Use our Total Degree Cost Calculator​ for a comprehensive estimate of what your cost will be after scholarships and financial aid.

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Other Programs 2016-2017
​Online Degree Completion$424 per semester hour​​
​Nuclear Medicine Institute - Tuition $23,881 per year
​PET/CT Program - Tuition $23,881 per year
​Sonography - Tuition ​$23,881 per year
​Intensive English Language Institute - Tuition/Fall and Spring ​$7,300 per semester
Intensive English Language Institute - Tuition/Summer 2016 $4,270
Intensive English Language Institute - Tuition/Summer 2017
$4,392

​Hourly Tuition and Fees 2016-2017 ​​
Tuition:
​Part-time Student Tuition (less than 12 semester hours) ​$697 per sem hour
​Part-time Pharmacy Tuition (less than 12 semester hours) $1,405 per sem hour​
​Additional Hours (in excess of 18 semester hours) ​$697 per sem hour
​Part-time Freshman/Sophomore English Equestrian Studies* ​$3,528 + $697 per sem hour
​Part-time Freshman/Sophomore Western Equestrian Studies* ​$3,242 + $697 per sem hour​
Part-time Junior/Senior English & Western Equestrian Studies*​ $75 + $697 per sem hour​
​Part-time Animal Science Studies* ​$1,055 + $697 per sem hour
​Part-time Nursing  ​$720 per sem hour
​​Online Degree Completion $424 per sem hour​
Occupational Therapy Weekend Program $861 per sem hour
​Senior Citizen (60 years old or older and retired)
Student must contact the Financial Aid Office
Limit of 1 course per semester
​10% of tuition

 
​Audit:
All course and general fees apply to audit courses
​Audit (full-time undergraduate student) ​No charge
Audit (part-time student)​ ​$50 per sem hour
​Audit (UF alumni) Students must contact the Financial Aid Office ​$50 per course
​Fees:
​General Service Fee – 9 or less hours (non-refundable)
​$40 per sem hour

 
​General Service Fee – more than 9 hours (non-refundable) $383 per session​​
​Student Activity Fee – 6 or less than 12 hours (non-refundable) ​$35 per session
  


 

​Other Charges and Fees 2016-2017
​Applied Music Instruction (One 1/2 hour lesson per week) ​$175 plus tuition
​Orientation Fee (traditional, first-time freshman) ​$100
Proficiency Exam ​$100
Directed Study/Independent Study Fee
​$100 plus tuition
​Experiential Learning Credit Administrative Fee
​Equivalent to one
academic credit hour
plus $50 per
assessed credit hour
Official Transcripts​ ​$6 per transcript
Ten-Month Payment Plan Participation Fee $130
​Returned Funds Fee ​$30

 

* Additional tuition is for students taking freshman- and sophomore-level equestrian/animal science/pre-vet courses. The tuition cost over and above the regular academic program helps defray the cost of operations for the farms and equestrian training.


 

** The cost over and above the regular academic program is for tack locker rental.

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See the Online Academic Course Schedule for special course fees.