|2015-2016 Tuition||$825/credit hour|
|July Residency Only||On-campus single - $1,000 (10 nights)
On-campus double - $800 (10 nights)
Nonrefundable Residency Fee $200**
|January Residency Only||Students are responsible for their own housing
Nonrefundable Residency Fee $350.00**
** Mandatory for all residency students. Includes special events, lunch and dinner.
Additional costs for books, research or library materials, personal communications fees, and travel costs are the student's responsibility, as are housing, meals, and travel for the spring mini-residencies and any incidental costs related to the required internship. Students are discouraged from residing off campus during the residency, but may contact the academic program director for discussion. Modest annual increases may be expected each year.
All student accounts must be current before enrollment is allowed for subsequent semesters. A late fee will be assessed if payment has not been received by the due date.
In order to participate in commencement exercises, a student must have completed all academic requirements for the degree and have settled all college accounts.
A monthly payment plan is available from Academic Management Services (AMS) at 1-800-635-0120.Goucher now accepts online payments. Visit http://goucher.edu/Billing and click on Make and Online Payment link for details. Payments may be made by check, Visa, MasterCard, or American Express.
Refund or Credit Allowed
You will receive a refund of your tuition based on when you withdraw from a course, except for the non-refundable residency tuition.A partial refund of payments may be made to students who withdraw from courses of their own accord. Any credit balance remaining after these adjustments to the student's account will be refunded. Institutional and federal aid as well as tuition and fees will be adjusted in accordance with the Federal Return of Title IV calculation. The Title IV calculation is based on the day of attendance as a percentage of total days in the semester up until 60%. For example, if a student drops a class after completing 20% of the semester, the student would be eligible for all but 20% of the tuition (or an 80% refund). After 60% of the semester has been completed, no refunds are awarded.