Apr 22, 2024  
2023-2024 Catalog 
  
2023-2024 Catalog

Undergraduate Tuition and Fees



Tuition

Full-time Students* (12 to 18* credits per semester) $9,994/per semester
Accelerated BSN, Bachelor of Science $13,254/per semester
Three-quarter Time Students (9 to 11 credits per semester) $7,358/per semester
Half-time Students (6 to 8 credits per semester) $5,242/per semester
Students taking less than 6 credits per semester $735/per credit

*Students taking over 18 credits in any semester will be charged $735 for each additional credit.

Fees (Non-refundable)

Application Fee:
Degree & Certificate Programs
$50
General Student Fee $350/semester
Technology Support Fee $250/semester
Science Lab Fee $500/course

Course Fees:

Biology Fees

                                                  BIO 120    $35         

Dental Hygiene Fees

Dental Hygiene Lab Fees DHP 105   $350
DHP 106   $400
DHP 110   $400
DHP 120   $350
DHP 210   $400
DHP 220   $350
Dental Hygiene Clinical Fees DHP 105   $200
DHP 110   $775
DHP 120   $600
DHP 201   $30
DHP 210   $400
Mock Board Exam Fee DHP 230   $90
Background Check and Drug Testing DHP 105   $120
Dental Pin DHP 220   $45

Funeral Service Fees

Background Check and Drug Testing Fee FNS 202   $120
Materials Fee FNS 205   $225
MorTrqr 6 Month Subscription FNS 297   $30
Practice National Board Exam FNS 298   $120
Death Education Assessment Drills FNS 298   $100
(D.E.A.D.)-Preparatory Exam    
NBE Review FNS 298   $200
CANA FNS 220   $150

Health Science and B.S. Public Health Fees

Background Check and Drug Testing HSC 460   $120

Histology/Histologic Science Fees

Lab Fees HLT 102 $750
HLT 115 $750
HLT 209 $750
HLT 290 $750
Exam Fee HLT 230 $25
Background Check and Drug Testing HLT 290 $120
     
     
     
     

Manufacturing Fees

  BMM 101   $300
  BMM 110   $240
  BMM 125   $339
  BMM 135   $200
  BMM 175   $275
  BMM 183   $40
  BMM 190   $75
  BMM 240   $75
  BMM 241   $75
  BMM 275   $275
  BMM 276   $275
  BMM 285   $75
  BMM 289   $200
  OS 101   $50
  OS 250   $50

Math Fees

  MATH 097    $85
  MATH 125   $110
  MATH 135   $110
  STAT 167   $110

Medical Assisting Fees

Clinical Fee MED 151   $550
Practice Assessment Fee and Study Guide MED 152   $95
Background Check and Drug Testing MED 153   $120
Exam Fee MED 299   $155

Nursing Fees

Nursing Clinical Fee   $950/course
Background Check and Drug Testing NUR 100   $145
NUR 190 $145
NUR 205   $145
Background Check Fee NUR 210   $10
Shadow Health Fees NUR 310   $150
  NUR 380   $150

Occupational Therapy Fees

Background Check and Drug Testing OTA 100   $120
AOTA Student Membership & Test Prep; NBCOT OTA Study Pack OTA 218   $250
Therapy Ed Course, Exam Fee and OTKE OTA 220    $195

Psychology Course Fees

  PSY 112   $100
  PSY 212   $100

 Respiratory Care Fees

  RSP 112   $750
  RSP 133   $750
  RSP 153   $375
  RSP 154   $750
  RSP 253   $750
  RSP 254   $1,125
ACLS Fee RSP 254   $300
Background Check and Drug Testing RSP 112   $120
Additional Background Check RSP 153   $85
Exam Prep Software RSP 234   $100
NMRC Mock Exam Fee RSP 234   $120

Welding Technology Fees

Materials Fee BMM 151   $425
BMM 252   $250

Administrative Fees:

Official Transcript of Academic Work (additional fees may apply)   $10
Credit by Exam   $100/course
Late Registration Fee   $100
Late Payment Fee   $50
Payment Plan Fee   $40
Returned Check Fee   $25
Fee to retake MSSC credential exam   $55/exam

Portfolio Review

Credit + Portfolio Development and Assessment Fees for one course   $1,000
Portfolio Development and Assessment Fees for each additional course   $500

Housing and Food Fees (per semester)

Residential Fee:

Single Room $3,250
Double Room $2,250
Double/Single Room $4,500

Meal Plan (Optional)

  • $250 Card
  • $500 Card
  • $750 Card

Meal Plan Replacement Card Fee: $5/card

 

This schedule of tuition and fees is comprehensive and is expected to prevail during the 2023-2024 academic year. For a more detailed listing of fees by program, please contact the Business Office at 860-727-6784. The Board of Trustees of Goodwin University reserves the right, at any time, to authorize changes.


Refund Policy

Withdrawing from the University

  • If a student officially withdraws from the university by submitting the official withdrawal form prior to the first day of the semester or module, 100% of applicable tuition and fees (less books purchased) will be refunded.
  • If an attending student officially withdraws from the university by submitting the withdrawal form after the first calendar day of the semester or the module, tuition and fees are charged based on the following schedule (including any books purchased):

15-Week Course(s):

Week Percentage Due
Week 1 $200 Processing Fee
Week 2 *All Fees
Week 3 *All Fees and 5% Tuition
Week 4 All Fees and 10% Tuition
Week 5 All Fees and 20% Tuition
Week 6 All Fees and 30% Tuition
Week 7 All Fees and 40% Tuition
Week 8 All Fees and 50% Tuition
Week 9 All Fees and 60% Tuition
Week 10 All Fees and 100% Tuition

Module 1 / Module 2 Course(s):

Week Percentage Due
Week 1 *All Fees
Week 2 *All Fees and 30% Tuition
Week 3 *All Fees and 45% Tuition
Week 4 All Fees and 60% Tuition
Week 5 All Fees and 100% Tuition

*Some course fees are subject to be refunded, depending on the course material and date of withdrawal.

 

Withdrawing from a Course

  • If a student officially withdraws from a course(s) by submitting the official withdrawal form prior to the first day of the semester or module, 100% of applicable tuition and fees for the course(s) withdrawn (less books purchased) will be refunded.
  • If a student does not establish attendance in any course(s) by the 14th calendar day of the semester or 7th day of the module, student will be withdrawn from the course(s) and 100% of applicable tuition for the course(s), (less $200 fee per course withdrawn and books purchased) will be refunded.
  • If an attending student officially withdraws from a course(s) by submitting the official withdrawal form after the 1st calendar day of the semester or module, tuition and fees are charged based on the following schedule (including any books purchased):

15-Week Course(s):

Week Percentage Due
Week 1 $200 Processing Fee
Week 2 *All Fees
Week 3 *All Fees and 5% Tuition
Week 4 All Fees and 10% Tuition
Week 5 All Fees and 20% Tuition
Week 6 All Fees and 30% Tuition
Week 7 All Fees and 40% Tuition
Week 8 All Fees and 50% Tuition
Week 9 All Fees and 60% Tuition
Week 10 All Fees and 100% Tuition

Module 1 / Module 2 Course(s):

Week Percentage Due
Week 1 *All Fees
Week 2 *All Fees and 30% Tuition
Week 3 *All Fees and 45% Tuition
Week 4 All Fees and 60% Tuition
Week 5 All Fees and 100% Tuition

*Some course fees are subject to be refunded, depending on the course material and date of withdrawal.

Policy Notes

  • Refund/returns of Title IV funds are made in accordance with applicable Federal rules and regulations that take precedence over university refund policy;
  • Refund policies assume that all charges have been paid in full prior to withdrawal. In some cases, an account adjustment may not entitle a student to an actual refund;
  • When a student’s accounting ledger indicates a credit balance, not including institutional and/or anticipated funds, a refund will be issued.

Financial Aid/Loan Students

If a student withdraws from the university or a course, he/she may be subject to a financial aid award reduction or cancellation. This can result in a student personally owing money to the university. Students should contact the Financial Aid office before withdrawing.


Appealing Financial Aid/Finance Issues

Students may resolve financial aid/finance-related issues by appealing to the Record Review Committee (RRC). The RRC is comprised of various members of administrative departments at Goodwin University. Students are required to submit their concerns in writing on a Petition Form located on the Registrar’s page of the Goodwin University website. Students must include all pertinent documentation to substantiate their claims. The committee meets weekly and will respond to each student’s request within thirty (30) days of receiving the petition. If students are not satisfied with the decision of the RRC, they may appeal to the Goodwin University Appeals Board for a final decision.


Single Course/Workshop Refund Policy

For all single courses and workshops, the university will retain 100% of the tuition once the student has attended class.


Refund Policy for Students Participating in Federal Title IV Student Aid Programs

If a student participates in Federal Title IV Financial Aid, the university will first calculate the Return to Title IV and then apply the Institutional Refund Policy. For those students not participating in Federal Title IV Financial Aid, only the Institutional Refund Policy will apply. Federal Title IV funds include Federal Pell Grants, Federal College Work-Study, Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants, Direct Loans and Direct PLUS Loans. A student’s Title IV monies are adjusted when the student drops a course or earns an NS (no show) grade. An NS grade does not establish attendance. Each NS grade results in a $200 charge. Title IV Funds cannot be used for this $200 charge.

Return of Title IV Funds: The university must return any unearned portion of monies received under any of the Title IV programs. This calculation is based on the parameters set forth in section 668.22(e)(1) of the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended. This is a proportional calculation based upon the student’s date of withdrawal. Students must attend 60.01% of an enrollment period in order to earn all of their financial aid for the applicable semester. Students will be notified of any balance owed to the university as a result of the refund calculations.

This is a synopsis of the Return to Title IV calculation and not the entire policy. The student may see the entire policy along with work sheets and examples in the Financial Aid Office’s Policies and Procedures Manual. Students who withdraw and re-enter are subject to all the regulations and policies in effect at the time of re-entry.