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Complete List of Fees (2018-19)

Payment Due Dates:

Fall Semester: August 3, 2018
Spring Semester: December 14, 2018

2018-2019 Academic Year Fees

Regular Fees – Full-Time Residential Students (Living on Campus) Per Semester Per Year
Tuition (*12-18 credit hours) $17,150 $34,300
Technology Fee $210 $420
Student Services Fee $220 $440
Total Tuition and Mandatory Fees $17,580 $35,160
*Part-time or overload fees may apply. See below for details.

 

Residential Fees Per Semester Per Year
Students living in Geisert, Wakeman, Daleville or Dillon are charged the standard residential fee $6,360 $12,720
*Residential Student – Total Estimated Cost $23,940 $47,880
*Assumes the Standard Residential Fee
Residential Fee for Other Residence Halls
Cottages, Crimson Inn, Wright, Heritage, Blue Ridge or Strickler Apartments $6,630 $13,260
Wampler Towers $6,910 $13,820
Stone Village Double
Stone Village Triple
$7,120
$6,910
$14,240
$13,820
Built Single Room (limited availability, the following additional fee applies) $1,000 $2,000

 

Regular Fees – Full-Time Commuting Students Per Semester Per Year
Tuition (*12-18 credit hours) $17,150 $34,300
Technology Fee $105 $210
Student Services Fee $110 $220
Total Tuition and Mandatory Fees $17,365 $34,730
*Part-time or overload fees may apply. See below for details.
Commuter Block 75 Plan $590
Commuter Block 50 Plan $410
Commuter Block 25 Plan $210
*Commuter students may purchase Dining Dollars ($1 = $1 value) Please contact the finance office for details.

Part-Time Fees

Part-time students (registered for less than 12 credit hours per semester) pay $1,190 per unit of credit plus a $40 registration fee per semester.

Overload Charges

Overload charges of $1,190 per credit hour will apply to all credit hours in excess of 18 per semester.

2018 Summer School Fees

Summer School Students pay $595 per unit of credit plus a $40 registration fee per session. The summer room charge is $150 per week and does not include meals.

Note: Tuition charges are non-refundable for course withdrawals.

Class Fees

Course # Course Name Fee
Art 115 Introduction to Sculpture $90
Art 120 Introduction to Visual Design $155
Art 130 Introduction to Drawing & Composition $120
Art 310 Hand Built Ceramics II $90
Art 311 Wheel Thrown Ceramics I $95
Art 315 Kinetic Sculpture $90
Art 316 Metal Sculpture $105
Art 322 Web Theory and Design $25
Art 323 Graphic Design $35
Art 328 Exploring the Book Arts $115
Art 331 Collage and Assemblage $90
Art 332 Drawing Marathon $100
Art 335 Painting $240
Art 344 Photography (Digital) $100
Art 346 Lighting Studio for Photographers $100
Art 347 Videography $35
Art 411 Wheel Thrown Ceramics II $95
Art 415 Advanced Sculpture $105
Art 430 Advanced Drawing $35
Art 435 Advanced Painting $35
Art 451 Senior Thesis Exhibition  $35
Art 470 Special Topics $35
ART 471 Special Topics in Photography $240
Biol 100 The Nature of the Biological World $110
Biol 101 Environmental Biology $110
Biol 110 Principles of Biology I $110
Biol 111 Principles of Biology II $110
Biol 120 Stormwater Management and the Water Cycle $110
Biol 220 Wildlife of Virginia $110
Biol 301 Principles of Environmental Science (Envr 301) $110
Biol 305 Introduction to Human Anatomy $110
Biol 308 Domestic Animal Nutrition $110
Biol 309 Genetics $110
Biol 310 Histology   $110
Biol 311 Animal Physiology $110
Biol 312W Forest and Wildlife Resource Mgmt (Envr 312) $110
Biol 314 Human Physiology $110
Biol 316 Orinthology $110
Biol 320 Development Biology $110
Biol 321 Herpetology $110
Biol 322 Mammalogy $110
Biol 325 Molecular Biology of the Cell $110
Biol 335 The Summer Flora $110
Biol 340 Botany $110
Biol 350 Ecology $110
Biol 354 Winter Ecology $110
Biol 356 Biochemistry (Chem 356) $100
Bio 365 Field Biology (Envr 365) $110
Biol 400 Microbiology $110
Biol 401 Environmental Microbiology (Envr 401) $110
Biol 402 Conservation Biology (Envr 402) $110
Biol 403 Pathogenic Biology $110
Biol 410 Immunology $110
Biol 411 Advanced Human Anatomy $110
Biol 412 Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy $110
Biol 420 Plant Taxonomy $110
Biol 425 Neuroscience Methods (Psy 425) $110
Biol 433 Biology and Management of Fishes (Envr 433) $110
Biol 435 Freshwater Ecology (Envr 435) $110
Biol 440 Animal Behavior $110
Biol 461 Independent Research $110
Biol 462 Independent Research $110
Biol 491 Research $110
Biol 499 Honors Project $110
Bus 330 Principles of Information System $50
Chem 102 Earth and its Environment $20
Chem 125 Fundamentals of Inorganic Chemistry $40
Chem 161 General Chemistry I $100
Chem 162 General Chemistry II $100
Chem 250 Fundamental Organic Chemistry $100
Chem 305 Organic Chemistry I $100
Chem 306 Organic Chemistry II $100
Chem 310 Organic Chemistry & Spectroscopy $100
Chem 320 Environmental Chemistry (Envr 320) $100
Chem 356 Biochemistry (Bio 356) $100
Chem 370 Advanced Inorganic Chemistry $100
Chem 380 Instrumental Analysis (Envr 370) $100
Chem 427 Physical Chemistry II $75
Chem 451 Advanced Chemical Techniques I $80
Chem 452 Advanced Chemical Techniques II $80
Chem 461 Independent Laboratory Research I $80
Chem 462 Independent Laboratory Research II $80
Chem 491 Research $80
Chem 499 Honors Project $80
CSCI 105 Intro to Programming $100
CSCI 200 Immediate Programming $100
EDU 215 Diversity in the Classroom $110
EDU 305 Field Experience V $110
EDU 307 Practicum in Elementary ESL $110
EDU 330 Early Literacy $110
EDU 334 Literacy in the Content Area $110
EDU 371 Elementary Classroom Management $110
EDU 372 Secondary Classroom Management $110
EDU 380 Practicum in Teaching Techniques $110
EDU 470 Professional Student Teaching $110
Envr 301 Principles of Environmental Science (Bio 301) $110
Envr 312W Forest and Wildlife Resource Mgmt (Bio 312) $110
Envr 320 Environmental Chemistry (Chem 320) $100
Envr 365 Field Biology (Biol 365) $110
Envr 380 Instrumental Analysis (Chem 380) $100
Envr 401 Environmental Microbiology (Biol 401) $110
Envr 402 Conservation Biology (Biol 402) $110
Envr 433 Biology and Management of Fishes (Bio 443) $110
Envr 435 Freshwater Ecology (Biol 435) $110
ES 120 Bowling $80
ES 185 Horseback Riding – 2 times per week $1,250
ES 185 Horseback Riding – 1 time per week $700
ES 207 First Aid and Emergency Care $65
ES 215 Research Methods $50
ES 250 Emergency Care & Prevention of Athletic Injuries $75
ES 252 Clinical Affiliation I: Intro to Athletic Training $100
ES 255 First Aid/CPR/AED Instructor $100
ES 260 First Aid & Safety $65
ES 320 Kinesiology $75
ES 325 Principles of Health and Physical Fitness Assessment $75
ES 335 Physiology of Exercise $75
ES 351 Athletic Injury Evaluation $60
ES 352 Clinical Affiliation II: Lower Extremity $110
ES 353 Clinical Affiliation III: Upper Extremity $110
ES 354 Therapeutic Modalities $60
ES 355 Therapeutic Exercise & Rehabilitation $60
ES 362 Lifeguard Training Certification $35
ES 363 Lifeguard Instructor Certification $35
ES 366 Water Safety Instructor Certification $35
ES 451 Clinical Affiliation IV: Equipment Intensive $110
ES 452 Clinical Affiliation V: General Medical $110
FCS 250 International Foods $110
FCS 307 Food Science and Safety $110
FCS 340 Fashion, Apparel and Textiles $100
FCS 345 Child Development $35
GEOL 130 Physical Geology $10
GEOL 330 Coil and Hydrogeology $50
HIST 460 Readings in the American Civil War $20
MUS 201-208 Private Lessons $440
MUS 301-308 Private Lessons $440
PHYS 110 Introduction to Astronomy $75
PHYS 119 Physics and the Modern World $75
PHYS 125 Concepts of Physics $75
PHYS 218 College Physics I $75
PHYS 219 College Physics II $75
PHYS 221 General Physics I $75
PHYS 222 General Physics II $75
PHYS 305 Electronics $75
PHYS 306 Digital Electronics $75
PHYS 345 Experimental Physics $75
PHYS 410 Optics and Laser Physics $75
PSY 210 Biological Psychology $110
PSY 319 Functional Neuroanatomy           $75
PSY 390 Sensation and Perception $50
PSY 425 Neuroscience Methods (Biol 425) $110
PSY 490 Independent Study $75
PSY 491 Research $75
PSY 499 Honors Projects $75
SOC 451 Counseling and Personal Development           $45
THEA 200 Production Laboratory: Costumes and Scenery $25
THEA 210 Production Laboratory: Lighting and Sound $25
THEA 225 Scenic Painting $25
THEA 370X Special Topics $25
Private Music Lessons (per instrument, by semester)         $440
Voice Lessons (per semester)         $440

Other Fees

Course Name Fee
Audit fee per credit $300
Changing reserved residential status after May 1 $175
ID replacement $25
Graduation fee $130
Late payment fee $100
Late registration fee $35
Overload per credit (same as Part-time) $1,190
Reservation deposit $300
Residential break housing fee $35 daily
Residential damage deposit $100
Residential key replacement $50
Residential lock out fee $10
Returned check for Non-sufficient funds $35
Vehicle decal $250
Summer school – per credit $595
Summer school – registration fee $40
Summer school – room/week $150
* Though unlikely, fees may be subject to change.

*A $100 residential damage deposit is required by all students at the time the student first enrolls at the College. Students must return their residential key and checkout slips at the end of each academic year or the deposit will be forfeited. Any unused portion of the deposit will be refunded at graduation or upon withdrawal from the College once the student has properly checked out of their room.

Credit Balance Refunds: For current students, credit balance refunds may be requested by the student in the finance office approximately two weeks from the start of the semester. Refunds are only processed for fully funded credit balances. Credit refunds for a given semester are processed after the drop/add period 10 days after classes begin. Refund checks are not issued for credit balances of $2 or less. You may pick up these smaller refunds in person at the finance office.

Withdrawal Policy: Please consult the catalog for information on withdrawal policy and possible refunding of fees. Fees are subject to change without notice.

May Term 2019

In order to better ensure that all students have an opportunity to take May Term courses, students who first enroll in Fall 2017 or later will have two May Terms included in their tuition. Students may enroll in additional May terms for an additional tuition fee, plus a residential fee if applicable.

All current students (enrolled for Spring Semester 2017 or earlier) will continue to have May Term included in the annual tuition and fees cost – just as the January Interterm was included in annual tuition fees at the time they first enrolled – as long as they remain enrolled at BC and have not graduated. For example, a student who enrolled as a freshman (2016-17) may enroll in the May 2018, May 2019 and May 2020 terms at no additional cost.

Any student who is a residential student in the spring can reside on campus with no additional fees for room and board if they are enrolled in a “fee-included” May Term. Living on campus during May Term is not mandatory. However, no refund for tuition, room or board will be given to students not attending May Term or who decide to live off campus.

There may be additional charges to students enrolled in May Term courses involving travel, off-campus housing or other expenses.

MAY TERM FAQS

Questions? Contact us!

Finance Office

Located in Rebecca Hall, rooms 206-208
540-828-5389
student_accounts@bridgewater.edu

Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.