For traditional undergraduate day students, the Comprehensive Fee includes all basic costs such as tuition, fees, standard room and board. For additional information concerning the Comprehensive Fee check the Tuition & Fees web page or view the chart below.
In addition to the comprehensive fee, traditional day students will also have book costs, which will vary based on the student’s course selection and other factors. Students may also have special course fees added to the charges. Indirect costs such as transportation and miscellaneous costs will vary from student to student. Students and parents should budget for these items based on the student’s individual situation. If the student chooses another housing option besides the standard double room, additional fees are charged. For students living on-campus, information on housing tiers and their costs can be found at www.highpoint.edu/residencelife/housing-tier-information/
2019-2020 School Year Cost of Attendance
Standard Fee Breakdown
|Tuition & Fees||$36,268|
|Room (Standard - Tier 1) & Dining Plan||$14,702|
|NC Dining Tax||$495.72|
|Comprehensive/Direct Costs (items shown on bill)||$51,465.72|
|Estimated Local Transportation||$1,250|
Please note that the published rate is a preliminary rate that is subject to change by the Board of Trustees. Final rates are approved by the Board at the March Board meeting preceding the fall semester for which the new rates apply.
Here is more information on the NC Dining Plan State Sales Tax
In addition to the items mentioned above there are a few additional charges that may show on the student’s tuition bill:
- Tuition Protection Insurance – click for more information on this protection, how to enroll or how to waive it
- Student Health Insurance – click for more information on this insurance plan, how to enroll or how to waive it
- An additional charge of $765 will be added to your bill for any registered credit hour in excess of 18 hours in either semester during the 2019-2020 academic year