Traditional Undergraduate Students
2017-2018 Tuition and Fees
Students Registered full-time (12-18 credit hours per semester)
At High Point University we believe that a quality education is one of the most important investments that you can make.
AN EDUCATION WITH VALUE(S)
The university is aware that the cost of a college education is a major outlay for a family and makes every effort to keep its charges as reasonable as possible, consistent with providing a first-class college education. High Point University was recently ranked as one of the best colleges for a return on your investment in North Carolina. Affordable Colleges Online ranks HPU No 8. overall and No. 4 among private institutions in North Carolina out of 35 colleges across the state. The ranking is based on the cost of tuition, graduates’ average starting salaries and ROI calculation (provided by PayScale).
|Tuition & Fees||$34,005|
|Room* & Dining Plan||$13,350|
|International Student Fee|
(only for F-1 Visa holders)
|Community Enrichment Events||complimentary|
|Professional LinkedIn Photo||complimentary|
|*Housing Tier 1|
|The educational investment covers all of the services and features above, plus more! The educational investment does not cover the costs associated with purchasing textbooks and course supplies.|
*Tier 1 housing only. There will be an additional investment for students choosing an upgraded housing option. For more information about individual residence halls, please visit our Residence Life page. Availability of all housing tier options is not guaranteed all four years.
Tier 1 Housing:
Double occupancy room in Belk, Finch, McEwen, Millis, North, North College Court, North College Terrace, University Houses, Wesley and Yadkin residence halls.
Tier 2 Housing: Additional investment of $3,220 per year
Single occupancy room in Finch, McEwen, North College Court, North College Terrace, University Houses and Wilson. Double occupancy room in North College Townhomes, Point Place Apartments, University Center II, R.G. Wanek Center, University Village and Wilson. Three or four bedroom apartment in Blessing, Village and York.
Tier 3 Housing: Additional investment of $4,420 per year
Single occupancy room in North College Townhomes, Point Place Apartments and University Village. Double occupancy room in the Greek Village, and first floor double occupancy bedroom in Centennial Square.
Tier 4 Housing: Additional investment of $6,370 per year
Second floor single occupancy room with semi-private bath in Centennial Square, and two bedroom apartment in Blessing, Aldridge Village and York.
Tier 5 Housing: Additional investment of $9,970 per year
Single occupancy room in the R.G. Wanek Center and University Center II, and third floor single occupancy room with private bath in Centennial Square.
APPLYING FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) serves as High Point University’s official application for need-based financial aid. To be considered for federal grants, low-interest student loans and federal work-study opportunities, you must file the FAFSA electronically by going to www.fafsa.ed.gov.
The earliest date that you may file the FAFSA is October 1, 2016, and filing early is crucial as some program funds are limited. To ensure that we will receive your information, you must include our FAFSA school code of 002933.
FINANCIAL AID COUNSELOR
Although the financial aid process can be complex, the Office of Student Financial Planning is well trained and highly qualified to make your experience a positive and rewarding one. Students’ financial aid applications are assigned Financial Planning Counselors according to last name, except for athletes – all athletes are advised by one counselor. Once you submit your undergraduate admissions application your Financial Planning Counselor will serve as your main contact.
Commuting From Home or Seniors Living Off-Campus; 12-18 Credit Hours
The educational investment does not include books or specific course fees.
All HPU students are required to reside on campus until they have reached senior status, unless they commute from their parent’s permanent address. If students live off of campus during their senior year, their residence cannot be within a one mile radius of campus. Living on campus within a student-focused, caring community provides wonderful opportunities for students to get involved in all areas of academic and campus life.
Part-time Basis; 1-11 Credit Hours
Overload Basis; 18+ Credit Hours
|$955 per credit hour
plus $2,102.50 general fees per semester
|$717 per credit hour
(18+ credit hours)
Students attending on a part-time basis will pay $955 per semester credit if they are taking up to and including 11 semester credits. Students who enroll in 12 or more semester credits will pay the same tuition and general fees as a fulltime degree-seeking student. Part-time students are also required to pay the general fees and will be permitted to participate in all student activities outside the classroom including, but not limited to, intramural activities, student government, Greek life, the Student Health Center and Slane Student Fitness Center.