Tuition & Fees

 

At Edinboro, your public school investment yields a top-quality education as rich in experiences as any private school.

The Student Accounts Office strives to provide full and easily accessed information on tuition, housing and meal costs, billing terms and fees. We are here to help you transition and to answer your questions.

Understanding Edinboro’s Costs

This overview shows what you’ll pay in terms of tuition, room and board. Although this table provides only an estimate,* the information can give you or your family an idea of how to budget ahead of time.

Full-Time Undergraduate

(2021-22 academic year)


PA Resident

Non-PA Resident

International

Tuition + Fees**

$10,543.40

$15,062.20

$16,760.60

Room (double-occupancy Highlands suite)

$8,400

$8,400

$8,400

Board (14-meal plan + $350 Flex)

$3,260

$3,260

$3,260

Total

$22,203.40

$26,722.20

$28,420.60

Full-Time Undergraduate (2020-21 academic year)

PA Resident

Tuition + Fees** $10,543.40
Room (double-occupancy Highlands suite) $8,400
Board (14-meal plan + $300 Flex) $3,152
Total $22,095.40
 
Non-PA Resident
Tuition + Fees** $15,062.20
Room (double-occupancy Highlands suite) $8,400
Board (14-meal plan + $300 Flex) $3,152
Total $26,614.20
 
International
Tuition + Fees** $16,760.60
Room (double-occupancy Highlands suite) $8,400
Board (14-meal plan + $300 Flex) $3,152
Total $28,312.60


*The current 2021-2022 fee schedule is listed above; however, fees are subject to change without prior notice.

**Some degrees require an additional program fee. Check out the costs of online, graduate programs and specific undergraduate degrees below.

Click here to calculate your estimated cost of attendance at Edinboro University through CollegePortraits.org, based on your personal and financial background.

Spring 2021 Rates Only

Summer 2021 Rates Only

The True Cost Comparison

Your out-of-pocket cost for a 4-year degree.*

True Cost Comparision

 

Choosing Edinboro University is one of the best decisions you’ll ever make! While some colleges and universities discount their tuition with large “scholarship” offers, your out-of-pocket cost could still be nearly $75,000.00 higher over four years compared to a high-quality Edinboro University degree.

$120,008.00 in total student loans means you could pay back $184,712.00*** over 20 years for your 4-year education from another university!
* Comparison based on tuition cost for a full-time (12-18 credits per semester) Pennsylvania resident student living on campus with standard housing and meal plan.
** Scholarship data includes average of both institutional and external scholarship sources. Grant data based on IPEDS reports, including federal and state aid. Scholarship awards and grant aid may vary per student.
*** Based on all out-of-pocket costs financed by a loan with an interest rate of 4.66% over a 20-year period. Data taken from the Student Loan Calculator on SmartAsset.com.

 

Tuition

(based on 12-18 credits per semester)

 

PA Resident

Non-PA Resident

International

Tuition

$3,858.00

$5,787.00**

$6,559.00**

Fees*

$1,413.70

$1,744.10

$1,821.30

Total

$5,271.70

$7,531.10

$8,380.30

Per Credit Tuition and Fee Breakdown for Part-Time Students

* Beginning Fall 2021 The School of Education will be assessing a one-time program fee of $60 for both undergraduate and graduate students.

** See below for exceptions. Additional fees apply to studio art courses with ART prefix and Applied Music courses with MUSC prefix. Students in all undergraduate Nursing programs pay a fee of 25% of total tuition to cover a portion of the higher costs of these programs (except Winter & Summer Terms). Students in high-cost, high-demand undergraduate science, technology, engineering, mathematics and health courses (excluding Nursing except Winter and Summer Terms) will pay a $30-per-credit fee to cover a portion of the cost of the clinical, practicum/internship, and/or laboratory experiences these courses require.

*** Please note that non-resident students receive a discount on tuition, but only if all of their courses are online. If there are any credits scheduled face to face or off campus, the above rate will apply.

 

No credits online or on campus
(based on 12-18 credits per semester)

 

PA Resident

Non-PA Resident

International

Tuition

$3,858.00

$5,787.00

$6,559.00

Fees

$718.70

$1,049.10

$1,126.30

Total

$4,576.70

$6,836.10

$7,685.30

Examples of off-campus courses would include student teaching and internships.

 

 

PA Resident

Non-PA Resident

International

Tuition

$3,858.00

$5,787.00

$6,559.00

Fees

$2,378.20

$3,190.85

$3,461.05

Total

$6,236.20

$8,977.85

$10,020.05

 

 

(Tuition and fees are per credit hour)

 

PA Resident

PA Resident
(Off-Campus/Online)*

Non-PA Resident/
International

Non-PA Resident/
International

(Off-Campus)*

Non-PA Resident/
International

(Online)

Tuition**

$516.00

$516.00

$774.00

$774.00

$568.00

Fees***

$164.35

$109.60

$216.85

$162.10

$162.10

Total

$680.35

$625.60

$990.85

$936.10

$730.10

Fee Detail

* Beginning Fall 2021 The School of Education will be assessing a one-time program fee of $60 for both undergraduate and graduate students.

** Off-Campus courses include student teaching and internships. Tuition for all internships, whether in an online or campus-based program, is billed at the off-campus rate.

*** See program-specific costs below for exceptions.

**** Additional fees apply to studio art courses with ART prefix. Beginning in fall 2016, students in the Speech Language Hearing Disorders program will pay a $30 per credit fee for SHLD711 to cover a portion of the additional cost of the practicum.

 

(Tuition and fees are per credit hours)

 

PA Resident

PA Resident
(Off-Campus/Online)*

Non-PA Resident/
International

Non-PA Resident/
International

(Off-Campus)*

Non-PA Resident/
International
(Online)

Tuition

$568.00

$568.00

$851.00

$851.00

$625.00

Fees

$172.15

$117.40

$228.40

$173.65

$173.65

Total

$740.15

$685.40

$1,079.40

$1,024.65

$798.65

Fee Detail

*Off-Campus courses include student teaching and internships. Tuition for all internships, whether in an online or campus-based program, is billed at the off-campus rate.

 

(Tuition and fees are per credit hours)

  PA Resident Non-PA Resident/
International
Tuition $516.00 $774.00
Fees $164.35 $216.85
Total $680.35 $990.85

Fee Detail

During COVID, the need for all online modality removed the face to face option for these courses so there was a reduction to the costs however, effective for Fall 2021, all MBA courses will be charged the Main campus rate, even if the student chooses to attend all online. The courses are multi-modal and can be taken in the classroom, via synchronous zoom or fully asynchronous.

 

(Tuition and fees are per credit hours)

Bills for this program will be sent out by Clarion University.

Fee Detail

Off-Campus courses include student teaching and internships. Tuition for all internships, whether in an online or campus-based program, is billed at the off-campus rate.

(Tuition and fees are per credit hours)

Bills for this program will be sent out by Clarion University.

Fee Detail

Housing and Meal Plans

Housing Rates

Meal Plan Rates

Billing Terms and Conditions

Summer 2021

Spring 2021

Winter 2021

Fall 2020

Additional Fees

Service Fees

Amount

Admissions Application Fee

$30

Competency Exam (per credit hour)

$50

CLEP fee

$35

Computer lab printing

$5

Course Withdrawal Fee (after drop/add period, excludes first-semester freshmen and students doing a total course load withdrawal)

$25

Duplicating: External/Internal

$0.10/$0.04

Late Payment Fee

$100

Late Graduation Application Fee

$100

Late Student Teaching Application

$100

Life Experience Preliminary Application

$25

Life Experience Evaluation (first department)

$100

Life Experience Evaluation (each additional department)

$50

Life Experience Credit Hour Fee (per credit hour)

$25

Miller Analogies Test Fee

$75

New Student Transition Fee/Guest Meals

$125/$20

Payment Plan - semester fee

$40

Payment Plan - late fee

$15

Student Identification Card Charge

$20

Student Identification Card Charge (Replacement)

$20

Testing Center Fee

$25/hour

Transcript Fee

$10

Vehicle Registration - per year

$75

Vehicle Registration - replacement

$25

Vehicle Registration - reserved parking

$150

 

Fine & Penalty Fees

Amount

Late fee - Art Department Return of Equipment

$10/day

Late Interlibrary loan

$1

Library fines (per book per day)
Inter-library loan $1/day, maximum fine is $30

$0.25

Library (lost book fees)
Replacement cost + accumulated fines + $10 processing fee

$10+

Lost key - single core

$25

Lost key - master/multiple cores

$75/$100

Media and Curriculum Materials (minimum) replacement

$50

Moving violation

$75

Notebook PC late fine, per day

$5

Notebook PC replacement cost + $25 processing fee

$250+

Laptop replacement

$2,000

Parking violation - includes: Illegal Parking; No Decal/Expired Decal; Fire Lane Parking

$30

Parking violation - late fee

$10

Parking violation - Handicap Parking Zone

$100

Parking violation - Blocking Emergency Device

$50

Parking violation - Boot Removal

$50

Returned check

$30

  

Ghering Health and Wellness Center Fees

Amount

Medication and supplies

$3-$60

Physical fee (basic)

$25

Physical fee (advanced)

$50

Women's clinic appointment

$10

No-show charge

$15

Ghering Lab tests

$5-$35

Records fee

State Fee Rate

Tuberculosis testing and immunizations

At cost $15-$60

 

Campus Life Fees

Amount

CORE equipment rental (weekend)

$2-$10

CORE equipment rental (week)

$5-$20

CORE Climbing Gym (per person per semester, nonstudent)

$25

CORE Climbing Gym (per person per year, nonstudent)

$45

CORE Climbing Gym (per group per time, nonstudents)

$50

CORE Ropes Course - Group minimum 7 (per person, nonstudents)

$35

Fitness Center (daily, guests)

$5

Non-EU student (alumni, faculty or staff)

$37.50/month or $395/year

Non-EU student (alumni, faculty or staff) Family - up to 4 people; children age 18-26

$75/month or $800/year

 

Judicial Fees

Amount

Judicial Affairs, Drug & Alcohol Awareness Class

$100

 

General Fees

Amount

Assistive tech evaluation

$760

Assistive tech training (hour)

$55

BASIS Program (semester)

$2,500

BASIS Lite Program (semester)

$1,250

 

BRIDGE Fees

Amount

BRIDGE tuition (in or out of state)

per credit hour rate

BRIDGE programming fee

$100

BRIDGE - transportation/week

$218.75

BRIDGE - meals/week

$120.50

 

BOOST (per semester)

Amount

Level 1

$3,675

Level 2

$1,922

Level 3

$600

 

Writing Specialist (per semester)

Amount

Package 1 (1 hour/week)

$900

Package 2 (1 hour/week for 10 weeks)

$600

Package 3 (1 hour every 3 weeks)

$300

 

Students in high-cost, high-demand science, technology, engineering, mathematics and health (STEM-H) courses will pay a $30-per-credit fee to cover a portion of the higher cost of these programs.

The STEM-H fee will be assessed for courses based on the clinical, practicum/internship, and/or laboratory nature of STEM-H programs, which significantly increases the cost of delivering high-quality student learning experiences. A percentage of these fees will be used by academic departments to invest in enhancing the quality of these programs.

Courses for which the fee will be assessed are here.

  • Art is one of Edinboro's most expensive programs due to high technology expenses and small-sized studio classes. For classes with an ART course prefix, this fee helps cover some of these expenses and is calculated as 25% (effective 2021-2022 school year) of the tuition rate per credit.
  • The fee covers only a portion of the actual expenses and is set at a minimal level to keep the program affordable relative to other competitive art programs.
  • This fee will not be charged for Art History or Art Education courses.
MASLP Program (one-time program fee) $825-1,410
School of Education Fee (One-time program fee, undergraduate and graduate) $60
School Psychology Assessment Fee (Per semester, pre-internship) $30

Contact Us

Student Accounts Office
Hamilton Hall
210 Glasgow Road
Edinboro, PA 16444
Email: studentaccounts@edinboro.edu
Phone: 814-732-3502
Fax: 814-732-2991

Hours of Operation: Fall/Spring:
Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Summer:
Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.