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Finances


Master of Architecture

PAYMENT IN FULL DUE

AUGUST 1 - FALL SEMESTER

JANUARY 1 - SPRING SEMESTER

MAY 1 - SUMMER SEMESTER

For payment information, see the Financial Information page of the catalog.

Tuition

  • Architecture Graduate Program, per credit hour (including summer courses): $1,125

Room and Board

  • 19 Meal Plan with $25 Eagle Bucks:
    Multiple occupancy, per semester: $4,994
    Single occupancy, per semester: $5,945
  • 14 Meal Plan with $25 Eagle Bucks:
    Multiple occupancy, per semester: $4,892
    Single occupancy, per semester: $5,820
  • 10 Meal Plan with $400 Eagle Bucks:
    Multiple occupancy, per semester: $4,943
    Single occupancy, per semester: $5,880
  • 10 Meal Plan with $25 Eagle Bucks:
    Multiple occupancy, per semester:$4,760
    Single occupancy, per semester: $5,565
  • Commuter Meal Plans:
    5/week with $25 Eagle Bucks, per semester $675
  • School Breaks, per day (all students, room only): $34
  • Summer, per week (all students, room only): $162

Standard Fees

  • Campus Technology Fee, per semester: $250
  • Supply/Technology Fees (ARC575, ARC651, ARC652, ARC681, and ARC682), per semester: $950
  • Class Reservation Deposit: $250
  • Housing Security Deposit: $150
  • Health Insurance:
    Fall: $797
    Spring/Summer: $1,104
    All international, all graduate architecture, all music certificate, and all traditional undergraduate students taking 6 or more credit hours will be automatically enrolled in the insurance plan. Professional Studies Undergrad students are not eligible to enroll in the insurance plan. Home study, correspondence, internet, and television (TV) courses do not fulfill the eligibility requirements. Students are not charged when evidence of similar coverage, with completed waiver form, is received by Health Center within 10 days following the semester start. Refunds are issued on a case by case basis.
  • Motor Vehicle Registration Fee, per semester: $60
    Fine for not registering vehicle, per semester: $100
    Handicapped Zone Fine: $350
  • Credentials (placement file) three free, then per order: $10
  • I.D. replacement fee: $25
  • Smoking fine, each incident: $100
  • NSF Check Fee or rejected payment payment: per bank
  • Rejected Online Electronic Check Fee: per bank
  • Diploma Replacement Fee: $25

Academic Fees

  • Graduation fee (cap, gown, master’s degree hood, diploma and other commencement expenses): $125
  • Late Payment Fee: $150
  • Payment Plan Fee (Judson Payment Plan), per semester: $60
  • Add/Drop Course Fee, per transaction: $30

New Student Fees

  • Application Fee: $50
  • Enrollment Deposit: $250
    • Guarantees a place for students; nonrefundable after June 1, but applies to first semester tuition

Refunds

Definitions:

  • Refund - a credit entered on a student's account to reduce the amount of charges
  • Week - a calendar week
  • Drop - refers to cancellation of registration for individual classes
  • Withdrawal - refers to cancellation of registration to all classes for a term or multiple terms

Tuition Refund Insurance

An optional insurance program is available to help refund student tuition, fees, and room/board charges, up to the annual policy limits, if you unable to complete the semester. This insurance program complements and enhances our school's refund policy and we believe families will benefit from this added protection. Visit GradGuard for additional information.

Medical Insurance Refunds

The medical insurance premium will be refunded in full if appropriate documentation for a waiver is submitted to the Health Center prior to the end of the second week of classes. No refund of the medical insurance premium will be made after the second week of classes; however, the student will be covered for the remainder of that coverage period.

Tuition Refund for Dropping a Class

Fall and Spring Semesters: For a class dropped by Friday of the first week, the tuition will be recalculated based on the new class load. There is no refund for classes dropped after this day. Course fees will be refunded in full if a course is cancelled by the University.

Summer Term only: For a class dropped before the it starts, the tuition for that class will be refunded at 100%. See the schedules below for summer classes dropped after the class has started. Course fees will be refunded in full if a course is cancelled by the University.

Tuition and Fees Refund for Withdrawal

Students who withdraw from the University must file a withdrawal form with the Registrar's Office. Such formal notice will establish the withdrawal date. If a student withdraws without notification, Judson University will determine a withdrawal date. Refunds will be granted per the following schedules based on the type of class:

(15-17 Week courses) Fall and Spring Semesters

Room and Board (if applicable), Tuition and all other fees:

  • Before first day of classes — 100%
  • First day of classes through second week of classes — 90%
  • During third and fourth weeks of classes — 50%
  • During fifth through seventh week of classes — 25%
  • After seventh week of classes — 0%

(12-13 Week courses) Primarily Summer Traditional Classes

Tuition and all other fees:

  • Before first day of classes — 100%
  • First day of classes through second week of classes — 90%
  • During third week of classes — 50%
  • During fourth through sixth week of classes — 25%
  • After seventh week of classes — 0%


Student Success and Registrar's Office Staff

Virginia L. Guth
Vice President for Student Success and

University Registrar

 

Maria Aguirre
Academic Advisor - Adult Professional (BA) and Graduate

 

Casimiro Vela
Academic Advisor - Adult Professional (AA)

 

Caitlin Kiel
Assistant to the Registrar:
Catalog and Reporting

 

Kirsten Olson

Transfer Student Director

 

Jill A. Hargis
Graduation Advisor

 

Rebecca Huguley
Registrar's Office Coordinator
Transcript Orders and Enrollment Verifications

 

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