Depending on your status and the program of study you choose, Summer tuition and fees vary. Below you'll find tables that provide an estimate of the breakdown and total for taking 3 or 6 credits during a summer session.
Costs are broken down by undergraduate and graduate for: in-state, out-of-state, non-resident discount (undergraduate only), and distance (online) education. There are also different fees for select graduate programs; see the differential graduate tuition tables.
Financial aid may be available! Learn more about
financial aid for Summer Sessions.
In-State (Pennsylvania Resident)
Out-of-State with Applicable Tuition Discount
Find out eligibility and more information on the Admissions website about the
Non-Pennsylvania Resident Tuition Discount.
High-Demand Programs with Differential Rates
Students enrolled in the following high-demand programs will be assessed an additional differential tuition increase:
5% Tuition Differential
10% Tuition Differential
The below tables provide an estimate of the costs. Please note the breakdown of totals for Master's and Doctoral tuition differentials.
For rates on housing and meal plans, please visit the Office of Housing, Residential Living, and Dining website.
What fees will I have?
This fee is collected from all students and administered through the Student Cooperative Association under regulations approved by the Council of Trustees. This fee covers the cost of student activities in athletics, lectures, entertainment, student publications, etc. The Activity Fee is payable in one sum for the semester. This fee is mandatory and can only be waived or reduced under certain conditions, which are outlined in the Activity Fee Policy.
Instructional fee revenue is used for purchase of library books and periodicals, equipment, and other instructional needs and programs. In addition, the fee covers building maintenance and repair projects.
A registration fee of $32 per semester is assessed to all students.
Student Service Fee is used to support programming and services supporting the out-of-classroom experience for both undergraduate and graduate students.
Technology fee revenue is used for academic or instructional technology as a direct benefit for students to help them to achieve the learning objectives of their academic programs. This fee covers items such as student computer laboratories, specialized software, hardware, databases, and licensing fees.
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