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Tuition and Fees

Tuition is due at the time of registration. Tuition rates for courses vary according to the number of credit hours and the college within the University. A one-time registration fee of $30 for the summer sessions is payable at the time of registration and is nonrefundable. Laboratory and special fees are noted with course descriptions in the bulletin and are also due at the time of registration. See our refund policy below. Click here for Methods of Payment.

Tuition Prices for Summer 2015 per credit hour

Undergraduate Graduate
College of Arts & Sciences $520
Biology/Neuroscience $605
Communication/Psychology $556
Psy.D. Clinical Psychology $1,035
English Language Institute (per session) $2,600
Barney School of Business $520
Graduate $650
College of Education, Nursing & Health Professions $520
Education $540
Nursing $540
EdD $700
DPT $540
MSPO $540
College of Engineering, Technology & Architecture $520
Engineering $755
Architecture $945
Hartford Art School $520 $515
Hillyer College $520
The Hartt School $520
Music Education $540
Graduate $920

Technology Fee
The University assesses all students with a fee for technology, which is mandatory and nonrefundable after the start of classes. This fee supports the University of Hartford's ongoing efforts to create and maintain technology infrastructure. Such infrastructure includes, but is not limited to, information networks, electronic information resources, computer laboratories and classrooms, and the development of technologically advanced teaching materials. Summer Technology Fee: $25

Refund Policy
Effective with the date that written request for withdrawal is submitted to the Registrar or SASC offices, full or partial credit of course tuition will be made in accordance with the schedule below. No refund can be made if a student is suspended, dismissed, or leaves the University without formally withdrawing; nor can any prorated reduction be made for temporary absence from classes.

The refund policy is based on the assumption that the student has paid the tuition and fees in full prior to the date of withdrawal.

Withdrawal prior to the beginning of class:
Tuition: 100% refundable
Laboratory fees: 100% refundable
Registration fee: nonrefundable

Students withdrawing after classes begin, but within the first week, will be credited tuition according to the following (based on full payment of charges):
Session of three weeks or less: No refunds
Session of four weeks or more: 50% refundable

In determining the percentages of credit, the effective date of withdrawal will be the date on which the Registrar's Office receives notice of withdrawal in writing, rather than the last day of class attendance. Nonattendance does not constitute withdrawal.

Laboratory and technology fees are not refundable after classes begin and, therefore, are not subject to proration.