Students enrolled in Distance Education campus programs (aka fully online programs) pay fewer fees than students enrolled in on-campus programs/classes.
Because of this reduction in fees, students enrolled in these programs do not qualify for these services: University Housing, Student Health Center access, student health insurance, Student Counseling Center access, RecSports access (e.g., Aquatics Center, TRECS), student tickets to athletic events, and commuter parking.
Distance Education students do not have an option to pay the Student Programs and Services Fee.
|Online Program Tuition and Fees:
Effective Fall 2021 / Spring 2022 / Mini 2022 / Summer 2022
More information regarding enrollment, academic records, financial aid, and making payments is available from the One Stop website.