Answers to Your Questions About Tuition and Student Fees

Posted: June 17, 2016 | Author: Southern Utah University | Read Time: 1 minutes

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As a public university, Southern Utah University is one of the most affordable degree options for undergraduate and graduate students. You get a lot of value for your investment in education when you pursue your associate, bachelor’s, or master’s degree at SUU.

What is tuition?

Tuition is the charge for attending a college or university class. Tuition is charged by credit hour. Tuition is the same for 10-18 credit hours.

The links on the tuition page will help you determine what it will cost in tuition, fees, and other expenses to attend SUU. Know that there are scholarships, grants, and loans available to help make an SUU education even more affordable.

How is tuition determined?

Tuition prices vary depending on if you are an undergraduate or graduate student. Prices also vary depending on if you are a Utah resident, non-resident, or international student.

View the undergraduate tuition and fees rates.

View the graduate tuition and fees rates.

What are student fees?

Student fees are separate from tuition to help support the institution in a variety of ways. Students enrolled for fewer than 10 credits will be assessed fees at a rate proportional to the number of credits for which they are enrolled.

Student fees at SUU support the following departments:

  • Athletics
  • Student activities
  • Building maintenance
  • Campus recreation
  • Civic engagement
  • Community Engagement Center
  • Counseling and Psychological Services
  • Music
  • SUU Outdoors
  • Student technology
  • Theatre Arts and Dance

These fees allow students to attend events athletic games, theatre and dance performances and student activities for no additional cost. They also provide free services to students like counseling, recreational hours at the PE Building and volunteer opportunities through the Community Engagement Center.

Here's a full breakdown of student fees.

Find the version of this article in Spanish here: Matrícula y Cuotas Estudiantiles.

This article was published more than 5 years ago and might contain outdated information or broken links. As a result, its accuracy cannot be guaranteed.

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