Graduate Tuition and Fees

Full-time enrollment at the graduate level is defined as students enrolled in nine or more credits in a given semester. Graduate students enrolled in less than nine credits are classified as part-time students. For the purpose of financial aid eligibility, graduate students must be enrolled in a minimum of five credits in a semester.

Fall 2014 and Spring 2015: Graduate Tuition and Fees

  Master's Doctorate
Tuition (per credit) $740 $875
General Fee for Part-Time Students (per semester) $370 --
General Fee for Full-Time Students (per semester) $783 --
General Fee for Doctoral Students (per semester) -- $783
Student Senate Fee for Full-Time Graduate Students Only (per semester) $72 --

Other Fees

Continuous Enrollment Fee: $55

Upon acceptance into a master's program, a student must maintain enrollment in each semester, excluding summer sessions. A student must enroll in one or more courses or register under Continuous Enrollment. Failure to maintain Continuous Enrollment Status by either one of the two methods will automatically discontinue the student's enrollment in the graduate program. In order to be readmitted, a student must reapply. The continuous enrollment fee is payable through the period of late registration for York College during the regular semester.

Application for Graduation Fee: $60 (Fee for Late Graduate Applications: $85)

The Application for Graduation Fee must accompany the Application for Graduation, which are available in the Records office, the Academic Services office in Campbell Hall, and by contacting the department for your graduate studies program.

Graduation Application deadlines are: September 15 for December graduation, February 5 for May graduation and July 15 for August graduation. The late graduation application fee will be charged for applications received after the above deadlines.

Seven-Year Limit: Students will have seven calendar years to complete their graduate degree.

Refund Policy

See Business Office for more information.

Tuition and fees are payable prior to the beginning of each academic session. No student may enter class until payment or arrangements for payment have been made. No reduction in tuition or fees is made for late registration. If a student does not meet the financial obligations prior to the end of the academic session, the student will not be permitted to attend nor complete any course. Grades earned on work completed in any course when financial obligations exist will not be released until the financial obligations are met.