Summer 2010 Undergraduate Tuition & Fees

At UNI, your tuition pays for a student's instruction by knowledgeable, experienced faculty members who value our tradition of great teaching. Moreover, we are committed to providing the finest education attainable at the lowest cost possible. Our ability to combine academic excellence with sound resource management is why so many distinguished, independent reporting organizations annually confirm UNI's standing as one of the best in the nation for excellence and value.

  -UNI President Benjamin Allen

Expenses Owed To UNI Directly (per summer session):

 
College of Humanities and Fine Arts
College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
College of Natural Sciences
College of Education
College of
Business Administration***
 
Iowa Resident
Non-Resident
Iowa Resident
Non-Resident

Undergraduate Tuition*

$3,051

$7,221

$3,551

$7,721

Mandatory Fees

$341.50

$341.50

$341.50

$341.50

Room and Board**

$776.00

$776.00

$776.00

$776.00

Total Direct Costs

$4,168.50

$8,338.50

$4,668.50

$8,838.50

  Detailed Listing of Tuition & Fees Detailed Listing of Tuition & Fees

 

Other Expenses We Recommend You Budget for: (estimates)

 
Iowa Resident
Non-Resident
Iowa Resident
Non-Resident

Books and Supplies, Personal Expenses and Transportation

$496

$496

$496

$496

* Per summer session, based on full-time student status, taking at least 12 hours per semester. (9 hours minimum for full -time status) Subject to change by action of the Board of Regents, State of Iowa ** Cost for one month of on-campus room and board. Students room and board expenses will be based on their actual living arrangement (on-campus, off-campus, or at home) during the summer session. Figure is subject to Board of Regents Approval.
***The College of Business Administration has a supplemental tuition for students who are a declared major in the College of Business Administration and are classified as a junior, senior or graduate student.The CBA supplemental tuition includes the following majors: Accounting, Business Teaching, Economics, Finance, Management, Management Information Systems, Marketing and Real Estate. Please refer to the College of Business Administration columns for these majors.