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2019 2020 Tuition Information

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TUITION CHARGES

The tuition charge per semester hour of credit is based on the following schedule.  Tuition is subject to change at the beginning of any semester.

 

    Base Tuition Charges:

  • Undergraduate Courses

$405 per credit hour

  • Master’s Degree Courses

$695 per credit hour

  • Cloud Security Risk Management Courses
    (Including BUS 6200, 6210, 6220, 6230, 6240)

$1200 per credit hour

  • Doctoral degree courses

$915 per credit hour

 

       Premium Tuition Charges: The following premium charges are added to the Base Tuition

 

Lower Level Courses

Premium Charge per Credit Hour

Upper Level Courses

Premium Charge per Credit Hour

  • Most undergraduate courses

$0

$15

  • Autobody Technician (ABT) courses

$40

n/a

  • Automotive Services Technology (AST) courses

$10

n/a

  • Culinary Arts (BAK, CUL, FBM) courses

$210

$225

  • Dental Assisting (DAS) courses

$15

n/a

  • Dental Hygiene professional track (DHY) courses

$85

n/a

  • Diesel Service Technology (DSL) courses (Excluding DSL 2110)

$110

n/a

  • Electronic Health Records (HSC 1010) courses

$15

 
n/a
  • Nursing courses

    Excluding NUR 3050, 3210, 3250, 3310, 3350, 4450, 4452, 4550, 4552, 4650, 4710, 4750, 4850

$80

$95

  • Pre-Occupational Therapy (OCC) courses

$70

$85

  • Welding (WELD) courses

$40

n/a

Note: Lower level courses are 1000-2999 courses (i.e. BUS 2010) and upper level courses are 3000-4999 courses (i.e. BUS 3010)

ACTIVE-DUTY AND SERVICE MEMBERS

Baker College offers special tuition rates for active duty service members

 

  • Undergraduate

    GoArmy Ed Program, Active Military and Guard & Reserve

$250 per credit hour

  • Graduate (Masters Level)

    GoArmy Ed Program, Active Military and Guard & Reserve

$367 per credit hour

FEES

 

  • Technology Fee

    Charged to all registered students

    Only refundable for students who drop all classes during the first week of the semester

$100 per semester

  • Undergraduate application fee (payable with application)

$30

  • Graduate application fee (payable with application)

$35

  • Undergraduate and graduate late fee

    Applied to accounts not paid by the start of the semester

$50

  • Undergraduate/graduate NSF return fee

    Per item returned by the bank

$25

  • Payment plan fee

$35

  • Background check fee

Varies

  • Fingerprinting fee

Varies

  • Immunization fee

Varies

CHARGES FOR NON TRADITIONAL CREDITS

  • Waiver test credit

    Charge is dependent upon test.

    No additional charges for credits earned

$0 or $50

  • Articulation credit

No Charge

  • Experiential credit (per credit hour)

    Students are also required to take a COL 3010 at the regular tuition rate. Experiential credit fees are not financial aid eligible.

$100

  • Independent study credit (per credit hour)

$405 (premium rates may apply)

BOOKS AND SUPPLIES

In addition to tuition and fees, students will have expenses for books and supplies.  Some programs require additional items such as uniforms, kits, and program-specific supplies.  For detailed information about these additional expenses, please contact the Admissions or OneStop Office.

STUDENT HOUSING COSTS

Student housing is available at our Cadillac, Flint, Muskegon, Owosso, and Port Huron campuses.  The rate for all housing options is $2,150 per semester; however, the rate may vary based on occupancy.  Contact the OneStop or Housing Departments for details.  A non-refundable pre-payment of $50 is required of all new students and due when the Residence Hall Application is submitted.  A non-refundable $100 pre-payment is required for each semester a student returns to housing and is due when the Intent to Return Housing Application, found at www.baker.edu/housing, is submitted.  The $100.00 returning student pre-payment is applied toward housing costs each semester it is paid.

Estimated food costs are an additional $800 per semester.  If for any reason a student leaves during a  semester, there will be no refund of room fees for that semester.

FINANCIAL AID COST OF ATTENDANCE INFORMATION

Cost of attendance (COA) is the figure provided by the financial aid office that estimates the total costs of attending college for an academic year.  The cost factors include both direct and indirect costs.  For more detailed information please visit our COA website.

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