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2013 – 2014 Comprehensive Fee

Fall 2013 – Spring 2014 (Traditional Undergraduate Student)

Annual Comprehensive Fee
Students Registered full-time (12-18 credit hours per semester)

At High Point University, every student receives an extraordinary education in an inspiring environment with caring people. 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, providing a great value consistent with an opportunity for a first-class college education in an environment of excellence.

High Point University uses a comprehensive fee structure for presentation of educational expenses that includes, tuition, fees, room and board (meals).  This is a convenient way for you to estimate your investment accurately, with no surprises.  The Comprehensive Fee is $41,600 for the 2013-2014 academic year. This is assuming the student will choose a standard double room for housing.

The Comprehensive Fee will cover everything (except books and specific course fees) with no additional charge for fitness center, laundry facilities, kiosks, campus concierge, concerts, nationally known speakers, athletics, technology, tutoring, parking, and so much more.

2013 -2014 Annual Comprehensive Fee
Students Living On Campus

$41,600

Standard Double Room Occupancy*
The Comprehensive Fee does not include books or specific course fees.

*There will be an additional investment for students choosing a room other than a standard double occupancy. For more information about individual residence halls, please visit the Student Life webpages.

 

Tier 1: Included in the Comprehensive Fee
Double rooms in Belk, Finch, McEwen, Millis, North, North College Court, North College Terrace, University Houses, Wesley and Yadkin residence halls.

Tier 2: Comprehensive fee plus an additional investment of $2,630 per year.
Single rooms in Finch, McEwen, North College Court, North College Terrace, University houses and Wilson, double rooms in North College Townhomes, Point Place Apartments, University Center, University Village, and Wilson, 3 & 4 person suites in Blessing, Village and York.

Tier 3: Comprehensive fee plus an additional investment of $3,580 per year
Single rooms in North College Townhomes, Point Place Apartments and University Village, double rooms in Greek Village and Centennial Square (1st floor rooms).

Tier 4: Comprehensive fee plus an additional investment of $5,040 per year
Centennial Square (private bedroom, semi private bath), 2 person suites in Blessing, Village and York.

Tier 5: Comprehensive fee plus an additional investment of $7,640 per year
Single room in University Center, and Centennial Square (single bedroom, private bath)

 

2013 -2014 Annual Comprehensive Fee
Students Commuting From Home or Seniors Living off-campus
Students Registered for 12 – 18 credit hours

$30,715
The Comprehensive Fee does not include books or specific course fees.

2013-2014 Part-time & Overload

    Students Registered on a
Part Time Basis
1 – 11 credit hours
Students Registered for
more than 18 credit hours
$840 per credit hour
$156 technology fee per semester
$630 per credit hour
(over 18 credit hours)
Students registered for more than 11 credit hours per semester will be charged the Comprehensive Fee.The charge for auditing is one-half the charge for the course on a credit basis.

CONTACT THE OFFICE OF ADMISSIONS

The High Point Admissions Office is Located in Wrenn Hall.

Tours are available 7 days a week. Please contact us to schedule your visit.

(800) 345-6993
(336) 841-9216
(336) 888-6382 (fax)
admiss@highpoint.edu
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