Military: Former military and currently active military qualify for in-state tuition.
Please see the one-stop for more information.
The following figures are for the 2014-2015 academic year (AY) and are based on 2 semesters. Please note that figures for books and fees are estimated. Other incidental or special course fees are assessed as appropriate.
|In State ‡ (AY)||Out of State ‡‡ (AY)|
|Health Insurance 3||$942||$942|
|Books & Supplies 4||$1,000||$1,000|
|Residence Hall Room 5||$4,150||$4,150|
|Board (19-Meal Plan) 6||$3,570||$3,570|
|Summer Residence Hall Room Only||varies||varies|
‡ • UMFK online courses that are part of an Online program may qualify for in-state tuition if the student is enrolled in a degree seeking program at UMFK.
‡‡ • "Out Of State" includes Canadian and international students.
1 • Block Tuition: In-State Students enrolled in 12 to 18 credits in a semester will be charged the block rate of $3,300, Out-of-State Students enrolled in 12 to 18 credits in a semester will be charged the block rate of $4,950, and Canadian/New England Regional Students enrolled in 12 to 18 credits in a semester will be charged the block rate of $4,950. Anything below 12 credits is charged the per credit fee. Anything above 18 credits is charged the block rate plus the per credit fee for credits above 18.
2 • Mandatory
3 • All students will be automatically enrolled in the UMFK insurance plan. Students who wish to have the expense for this coverage removed may do so by providing proof of adequate coverage to the Financial Services Office at email@example.com.
4 • The cost for books, fees and supplies is out-of-pocket and represents an estimate.
5 • $4150.00 reflects cost of the Lodge. Cost of older dorm (Crocker & Powell) is $3450.00
6 • Specific costs for each meal plan per semester: 19 = $1785.00, 14 = $1785.00, 7 = $1700.00, 5 = $1450.00
An extra declining balance of $100.00 is available with each meal plan. For more information on meal plans please go to the Campus Dish website.
Note: The financial requirements of the University, changing costs, state and legislative action, and other matters may require an adjustment to these charges and expenses listed in this site. The University reserves the right to make such adjustments to the estimated charges and expenses as may from time to time be necessary in the opinion of the Board of Trustees up to the first day of classes for a given academic term. The applicant acknowledges this reservation by the submission of an application for admission or by registration.