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MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY

Resident Tuition, Fee and Tax Rates for
Fall Semester 2022 and Spring Semester 2023

Students are assessed tuition and fees each semester on the basis of their level, class, residency status, and number of credits carried. Undergraduate students taking 12 – 18 credit hours will be charged a flat tuition rate. Tuition is charged on a per credit hour basis for undergraduate students taking fewer than 12 credit hours. If a student has more than 18 credits, the flat tuition rate plus the regular per credit hour rate for each credit hour over 18 applies. Units are listed below in footnote 1.

Lifelong Education students are not assessed Student Taxes. Lifelong Education students in certain online courses may be assessed additional tuition fees of up to 150 per credit hour which are not reflected below.

NOTE: Certain courses may be assessed additional section fees, such as particular kinesiology, animal science, and online courses, that are not reflected in the Tuition, Fees, and Student Voted Taxes tables below. Further information regarding additional section fees can be found in the Class Search

Undergraduate Students

TUITION RESIDENT
Per Credit (1-11) Flat Rate (12-18) Flat Rate/Credit (19+)
Core/Professional Units (1)
Freshman 2 506.50 7,596.00 Flat Rate + per credit >= 19
Sophomore 2 518.75 7,785.00 Flat Rate + per credit >= 19
Junior 2 583.00 8,746.00 Flat Rate + per credit >= 19
Senior 2 583.00 8,746.00 Flat Rate + per credit >= 19
Eli Broad College of Business
Freshman 2 506.50 7,596.00 Flat Rate + per credit >= 19
Sophomore2 518.75 7,785.00 Flat Rate + per credit >= 19
Junior2 602.00 9,030.00 Flat Rate + per credit >= 19
Senior2 602.00 9,030.00 Flat Rate + per credit >= 19
College of Engineering
Freshman 2 506.50 7,596.00 Flat Rate + per credit >= 19
Sophomore2 518.75 7,785.00 Flat Rate + per credit >= 19
Junior2 602.00 9,030.00 Flat Rate + per credit >= 19
Senior2 602.00 9,030.00 Flat Rate + per credit >= 19
Per Credit
Undergraduate Lifelong Education 841.75
Accelerated Nursing B.S.N. 806.75
On-line Nursing R.N. to B.S.N. 666.50
On-Line B.A. in Early Care and Education (for courses offered through
Great Plains IDEA) 3
430.00
Agricultural Technology
Freshman 2 506.50
Sophomore 2 518.75
Junior 2 583.00
Senior 2 583.00

1 Core units: Arts and Letters, Natural Science, Social Science, University Undergraduate Division, Lyman Briggs, James Madison, Residential College in Arts & Humanities, and Communication Arts & Sciences.
Professional and Other units: Nursing, Veterinary Medicine, Agriculture & Natural Resources, Eli Broad, Education, Music, Engineering, Osteopathic Medicine, and Human Medicine.

2 Important information regarding classification of students based on credit hours

3 MSU standard rates apply to non-GP IDEA courses.


OTHER STUDENT CHARGES (per semester) AMOUNT
Part-Time4 Full-Time
Recreational & Wellness Center 45.00 90.00

SPECIAL PROGRAM FEES AMOUNT
Part-Time4 Full-Time
Animal Science Students 250.00 250.00
Broad College of Business Admitted Students 226.00 452.00
College of Engineering Admitted Students 422.00 704.00
College of Music 150.00 300.00
Computational Mathematics Science & Engineering Admitted Students (College Nat Sci) 422.00 704.00
Institute for Agricultural Technology 250.00 250.00
Lyman Briggs Coordinate Major 250.00 250.00

SPECIAL PROGRAM FEES -
Junior and Senior Level (per semester)
AMOUNT
Part-Time4 Full-Time
Health Sciences Majors 50.00 100.00
Science and Technology Intensive Majors 50.00 100.00

4 Part-time is 4 credits and below


STUDENT VOTED TAXES (per semester) AMOUNT
ASMSU Tax - all undergraduate students 21.00
FM Radio Tax - all degree students 3.00
James Madison College Student Senate Tax - all students in James Madison College 2.00
State News Tax - all degree students with 6 or more credit hours 7.50

Financial Aid Awards

Those students who have applied and who are eligible for financial assistance should be aware that increases in educational costs have been provided for in their financial aid awards. For further information, students should contact the Office of Financial Aid, by phone, email, in person (Student Services Building, 556 E. Circle Dr Rm 252), or through their web site at www.finaid.msu.edu.

Important Note

The University reserves the right to make changes in the types, structures, and rates for fees, deposits, tuition, and housing.  Every effort will be made to give as much advance notice as possible.


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