Music Industry Fees: Students who wish to apply for credit for experiential learning in Music Industry
may obtain guidelines for this procedure from the Dean of the College of Communication
and Fine Arts. A non-refundable $25 contract advising fee will be charged for the
assessment of the portfolio. See “Experiential Learning Credit Fees” for related fee
Credit By Examination or Placement Examination: The fee for taking an examination for credit or a placement examination is $60 minimum
and an additional $15 for each hour in excess of three (3) per course. These fees
are non-refundable and must be paid prior to the examination.
Experiential Learning Credit Fees: Students who apply for credit for experiential learning will pay a fee of $30 per
credit hour for which credit is awarded. For students enrolled under a group contract,
a maximum fee of $180 will be assessed for credits assigned under the terms of the
Currently the University College and the College of Communication and Fine Arts award
credit for experiential learning. See “University College Experiential Learning" and "Music Industry Experiential Learning" for more information.
Music Locker Rental: Music students are required to have a locker for storage of University-owned musical
instruments or equipment. Personal instruments may also be stored in the locker. A
fee of $5 per semester is assessed for the locker rental. Students will be expected
to pay for any damages.
Transcripts: There is no fee for your first twenty transcripts. Transcripts are issued only at
the request of the student in person or by letter. No transcript will be issued for
a student who has any unfulfilled obligations to the University.
Various Course Fees: Certain other course offerings may require various fees to obtain the necessary course
Wall Lockers: University rental lockers are located in the following buildings: Engineering (first
floor), and Jones Hall (basement and third floors). There is a $5 per semester fee
for the rental of wall lockers. Wall locker fees are paid at the Bursar’s Office (115
The listing of any fee or incidental charge in this publication does not constitute
a contract between the University and the student. As a condition of registration,
each student will pay the fees in effect for the semester for which he or she registers.
All questions in regard to fees, fee payment, refunds, and appeals should be directed
to the Bursar’s Office (115 Wilder Tower).
Fees are subject to change without notice. The University will usually collect the
amount of fees due at the time of enrollment fees satisfaction in accordance with
the residency classification and fee rates in effect. After all enrollments are complete,
any over-collections will be refunded and students will be billed for any under-collections.
Fees for AUDITING courses are assessed on the same basis as fees for credit courses.
Courses offered between terms, for concentrated periods during a term, or at specific
locations may be subject to fees on a per-hour basis only.