|Career||Tuition: Non-Resident Online Per Credit Hour||Fees*: Non-Resident Online Per Credit Hour||Total**: Non-Resident Online Per Credit Hour|
|Master of Social Work||$654.00||$61.90||$715.90|
In addition to the per credit hour tuition and fees listed above, all students will be charged a $5.00 transcript fee.
Non-resident students enrolled in UB’s online courses are eligible for special tuition rates if they meet the following criteria:
**Current students’ residency status at the time of their enrollment at UB will be used to determine the residency requirement for online tuition rates.
Note: New York State residents enrolled in online courses will be charged the tuition rate for resident students.
|Eligible Courses for Online Rate||Ineligible Courses for Online Rate|
|Online real time||Hybrid both online and in-person |
|Online real time and recorded||In classroom|
|Online, recorded not real time||Online class, in-person exam|
|Course #||Section||Course Description||Fee ($) |
|ART210LAB||A||Intro to Photography ||$156.00|
The tuition rates for the winter session are the same as the preceding fall term.
Winter course work must be dropped according to the liability deadlines established for winter in order to avoid financial liability for tuition and fees.
Financial aid will appear as ‘anticipated’ on the student account and labeled as Spring. Only currently enrolled undergraduate University at Buffalo students may be eligible for aid for the winter session. Financial aid eligibility is based upon the combined winter and spring registration. Contact your financial aid advisor prior to registering for winter session courses.
Your spring financial aid may pay for both winter and spring charges. If your award is not enough to cover both terms, you will see a balance that remains on both the winter and spring term. Keep in mind, additional charges will reduce any anticipated refunds.
Please visit the UB Card staff at 1Capen to confirm if you are eligible to use financial aid funds in this manner.
Financial aid funds will disburse to the student’s account in late January. If there is a credit on the account, refunds will be done after the spring census date.