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    Estimated Tuition & Fees

    2018-2019 Michigan Campus

    The following figures are fixed 2018–2019 costs for 12–17 credit hours per semester

    Michigan
    Residential Total 2018-2019   

    1st Semester   
    FALL

    2nd Semester   
    SPRING

    TOTAL
    PER YEAR   

    Tuition

    $12,855.00

    $12,855.00

    $25,710.00

    Student Fee*

    $475.00

    $475.00

    $950.00

    Technology Fee

    $200.00

    $200.00

    $400.00

    Commuter Total

    $13,530.00

     

    $13,530.00

    $27,060.00

    Room**

    $2,730.00

    $2,730.00

    $5,460.00

    Board**

    $2,510.00

    $2,510.00

    $5,020.00

    Resident Total

    $18,770.000

    $18,770.00

    $37,540.00

     

    * Student Fee excludes health insurance premium; all students must either demonstrate coverage by a qualified US health insurance plan or or pay the premium of $1,295 and receive coverage from a policy provided by the University. All international students will be required to purchase the University health plan. 

    **All Miner, Dubois, and Naegle Village resident students must have a Board plan. Alternate plans may be available.

    All freshmen must live on campus until they have successfully completed 60 credit hours at Northwood University unless they live with a parent or relative within a 50-mile radius. 

    Alternate per Credit Hour Charges

    per Credit Hour Charge for 18 and over credits

    $684.00

    per Credit Hour Charge for 1-11 credits

    $989.00

    per Credit Hour Charge for compressed courses   

    $857.00

    per Credit Hour Charge for summer face-to-face courses $429.00

    Other Fees

    Other Fees New Students Only
    Application Fee – $30.00 (waived for online applications)
    Orientation Fee – $100.00

    Other Fees - if Applicable
    Graduation Fee – $80.00
    Car Permit Commuter students – $80.00

    Other Estimated Living Expenses

    The following information is being provided to assist you in budgeting your finances. The annual costs indicated are estimates and are not costs owed to the University. These costs are based on averages and do not reflect actual expenses that you may incur.

    Annual estimated book and supply costs: $1,220.00
    Annual estimated transportation costs for students living on campus: $1,030.00; for commuter students: $1,780.00

    2019-2020 Michigan Campus

    Tuition and fees for 2019-2020

    The following figures are fixed 2019-2020 costs for 12-17 credit hours per semester.

    Expense Description 1st Semester (Fall) 2nd Semester (Spring) Total Per Year
    Tuition 1st Semester (Fall): $13,345 2nd Semester (Spring): $13,345 Total Per Year: $26,690
    Student Fee* 1st Semester (Fall): $490 2nd Semester (Spring): $490 Total Per Year: $980
    Technology Fee 1st Semester (Fall): $205 2nd Semester (Spring): $205 Total Per Year: $410
    Total (for commuters) 1st Semester (Fall): $14,040 2nd Semester (Spring): $14,040 Total Per Year: $28,080
    Room** 1st Semester (Fall): $2,810 2nd Semester (Spring): $2,810 Total Per Year: $5,620
    Board** 1st Semester (Fall): $2,585 2nd Semester (Spring): $2,585 Total Per Year: $5,170
    Total (for campus residents)*** 1st Semester (Fall): $19,435 2nd Semester (Spring): $19,435 Total Per Year: $38,870

     

    * Student Fee excludes health insurance premium; all students must either demonstrate coverage by a qualified US health insurance plan or pay the premium and receive coverage from a policy provided by the University. All international students will be required to purchase the University health insurance plan.

    ** All Miner, Dubois, and Naegle Village resident students must have a Board plan. Alternate plans may be available.

    *** All freshmen must live on campus until they have successfully completed 60 credit hours at Northwood University unless they live with a parent or relative within a 50 mile radius.

    Alternative per credit hour charges

    For 18 and over credits
    $710
    For 1-11 credits
    $1,027
    For compressed courses
    $890

    Other fees

    For new students only

    Application fee (waived for online applications)
    $30
    Orientation fee
    $100

    If applicable

    Graduation fee
    $80
    Car permit (commuter and residential students)
    $90

    Other estimated living expenses

    The following information is being provided to assist you in budgeting your finances. The annual costs indicated are estimates and are not costs owed to the University. These costs are based on averages and do not reflect actual expenses that you may incur.

    Book and supply costs
    $1,240
    Transportation costs for residential students
    $1,050
    Transportation costs for commuter students
    $1,800

    International Students - I-20 Expenses

    Please see the I-20 cost info document for a full breakdown of fees associated with International Student admissions.