Winter Tuition and Fees

In addition to tuition and fees, other charges may be assessed on your account, such as Student Health Insurancemeal planshousing or course fees. When determining your cost of attendance, please take these charges into account. University tuition and fees are subject to change.

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Winter 2021 Tuition and Fees

Resident Non-Resident Resident Online Non-Resident Online

Winter 2021 Non-Resident Online Per Credit Hour

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Career Tuition: Non-Resident Online Per Credit Hour Fees*: Non-Resident Online Per Credit Hour Total**: Non-Resident Online Per Credit Hour
Undergraduate $353.00 $65.00 $418.00
Graduate $565.00 $65.00 $630.00
MBA $750.00 $62.92 $812.92
Master of Social Work $654.00 $65.00 $719.00
Nursing Practice $1,281.00 $65.00 $1,346.00
Doctor of Social Work $1,050.00 $65.00 $1,115.00

*Fees Include:

** Additional Fees

In addition to the per credit hour tuition and fees listed above, all students will be charged a $5.00 transcript fee.

Non-Resident Online Tuition Rate

Effective Fall 2020, the non-resident online tuition rate will be charged to students taking courses in exclusively online academic programs that have been previously approved by the Provost’s Office and registered by the New York State Education Department.  These programs are in distance education format, consistent with the student’s intention to take courses exclusively online at the time of application and matriculation toward the degree. Students who are non-residents whose intent is to be on campus learning, but may be studying remotely, will be charged the nonresidential rate. Students who are enrolled in online academic programs are eligible for a Comprehensive Fee waiver. 

Note: New York State residents enrolled in online academic programs will be charged the tuition rate for resident students.

Review the list of the approved online academic programs offered at UB.

SUNY Legal Counsel Guidance

 Based on the legislative history of the online rate, which is set forth in NYS Education Law §355(2)(h)(4), it is clear such rate was intended only for those online courses in programs that are exclusively online. The legislative intent was to apply such rate to courses in programs that are exclusively online for students with no intention of coming to learn on a campus.

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