P.O. Box 7751
Havre, MT 59501-7751
Cowan Hall Room 207
Descriptions of Fees for On Campus Courses
Fall 2015 - Spring 2016
Distance Learning Fees
Every student is charged a $30 Registration Fee each semester. This administrative fee is not refundable.
For undergraduate lower division students tuition is $125.16 per credit except 12 to 18 credits where tuition is flat at $1,752.24. For undergraduate upper division and post-baccalaureate students tuition is $157.23 per credit except 12 to 18 credits where tuition is flat at $2,201.22. For graduate students tuition is $193.31 per credit except 12 to 18 credits where tuition is flat at $2,706.34.
Students who are not residents of Montana for fee purposes pay an additional $427.50 per credit.
Students participating in the Western Undergraduate Exchange and qualifying Canadian Residents pay $187.72 per credit for undergraduate lower division and $235.84 per credit for undergraduate upper division and post-baccalaureate, and do not pay the non-resident tuition. Qualifying graduate Canadian Residents pay $289.95 per credit.
The Computer Fee is $3.29 per credit per semester, except 12 to 18 credits, where fees do not increase. The computer Fees collected from students are used to purchase computer equipment for instructional use.
The Activity Fee is $4.08 per credit, except 12 to 18 credits, where fees do not increase. This fee was enacted by student vote to be collected by the university on behalf of student government. The Student Senate governs the use of the Activity Fee.
The Building Fee is $10.88 per credit, except 12 to 18 credits, where fees do not increase. Non-Residents are charged an additional $4.42 per credit, except 12 to 18 credits, where fees do not increase. The Building Fee revenue is used to pay the costs of constructing and renovating auxiliary buildings.
GYM BUILDING FEE
The Gym Building Fee is $4.58 per credit per semester, except for 12 to 18 credits, where fees do not increase. This fee provides funds for repair, maintenance, and operation of the Gymnasium and is approved by the Board of Regents.
SUB USE FEE
The Sub Use Fee is $4.08 per credit per semester, except for 12 to 18 credits, where fees do not increase. Revenue from this fee pays for maintenance and personnel for the Student Union Building.
The Athletic Fee is $24.00, charged to students taking 7 or more credits. This fee entitles students to admission to all home athletic events upon presentation of their Student ID card.
The Equipment Fee is $4.42 per credit per semester, except for 12 to 18 credits, where fees do not increase. Funds generated from this fee are used to purchase equipment for instructional use.
The Technology Fee is $4.00 per credit, except 12 to 18 credits, where fees do not increase. This fee was established to help pay for the cost of administrative software which unites data from all college departments resulting in greater efficiency in all areas of record-keeping.
Students taking 7 or more credits per semester are charged the Student Health Service Fee of $26.50. These funds pay the costs of operating the Student Health Service and entitle those students to available services.
The Radio Fee is $12.00, charged to students taking 12 or more credits. Students at MSU-Northern voted to implement a $11.60 fee to support the campus radio station.
Students are charged $3.08 per credit for Campus Access, with a maximum per semester of $37.00. This fee covers the cost of maintaining campus parking lots, sidewalks, and lighting.
The Library fee of $13.00 per semester will be used for the purpose of enhancing library resources available to students both on the Havre campus and at distance sites. This is a student-initiated fee.
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT) INFRASTRUCTURE FEE
The IT Infrastructure Fee of $5.00 per credit per semester, except 12 to 18 credits, where fees do not increase. This fee will be used for life-cycle maintenance/replacement of the university's central and instructional computing and networking systems.
ACADEMIC FACILITIES FEE
The Academic Facilities fee of $4.08 per credit per semester (with a maximum of $49.00 per semester) will be used to renovate classrooms and lab both at the Havre campus and at distance sites..
The sustainability fee is charged at $7.75 per semester. This fee funds efforts toward promoting sustainable practices on MSU-Northern's campuses.
Course fees are charged in varying amounts for some classes. The Board of Regents approves these fees, which are used to purchase consumable classroom materials used by students.
This is a one-time fee of $30, charged to all first-time enrolling undergraduate and graduate students. It is not refundable.
DEFERRED PAYMENT FEE
Students are charged an administrative service fee of $30 for establishing an installment contract. The fee is used to help offset the college's costs in setting up and maintaining the student payment accounts. If the account is paid in full before the first payment due date, this fee is reversed.
LATE REGISTRATION FEE
The $40 Late Fee is charged to students who complete their registration, including fee arrangements, after the published deadline. An additional $40 is assessed to students who register, with University approval, after the 15th day of instruction.
LATE PAYMENT FEE FOR DEFERRED CONTRACTS
Installment contracts establish due dates for each payment of fees. Board of Regents policy approves a late payment fee of $15 for delinquent payments.
STUDENT HEALTH INSURANCE :
Health insurance is mandatory whenever you are enrolled for six or more academic credits. MSU-Northern offers comprehensive health insurance coverage to students at a reasonable rate. If a student has other coverage, a waiver must be signed and the premium will be reversed. Students without health insurance who wish to purchase it from the University will be charged the following:
|Term||Dates of Coverage||Student Rate|
|Fall Semester||9/1/15 to 1/31/16||$1,317.50|
|Spring Semester||2/1/16 to 7/31/16||$1,581.00|
This fee of $30 is used to pay for the costs associated with graduation. This includes the cost of processing graduation papers as well as the commencement exercise and diploma.
NEW STUDENT FEE
This one-time fee of $44 is charged to all first-time enrolling students. Monies collected are used to provide orientation activities for the students.