|Undergraduate||$270 per credit hour||$898 per credit hour|
|Graduate||$453 per credit hour||$925 per credit hour|
|MBA Program||$600 per credit hour||$1016 per credit hour|
|Master Social Work||$540 per credit hour||$925 per credit hour|
|Nursing DNP||$1016 per credit hour||$1787 per credit hour|
|Undergraduate Comprehensive Fee||$62.30 per credit hour||$62.30 per credit hour|
|Graduate Comprehensive Fee||$59.30 per credit hour||$59.30 per credit hour|
Note: Review the Residency Determination section of the Student Accounts office website for information on residency requirements and tuition billing. You may also contact Student Accounts at 607-777-2702. All tuition and fee rates are subject to revision by the University without notice.
Your status as a student will affect how much tuition and fees you’ll pay. The student status categories are:
- Undergraduate: has not received a four-year undergraduate degree
- Graduate: has received a four-year undergraduate degree
- Matriculated (degree-seeking student): has been accepted into a degree-granting program at Binghamton University
- Continuing Education (also called “non-degree” or “non-matriculated”): has not been accepted into a degree-granting program at Binghamton University
Here’s how your status affects tuition and fees:
- Matriculated undergraduate students pay undergraduate tuition and fees for all courses.
- Matriculated graduate students pay graduate tuition and fees for all courses.
- Continuing Education students (non-degree or non-matriculated students; including visiting students) pay tuition according to the level of course, but fees according to their student level (undergrad or grad).
- Binghamton University will bill your account once you have course registration.
- Student Accounts sends electronic bill notification to your Binghamton e-mail account with instructions on how to view, print and pay your account on-line. Paper bills are not sent.
- The payment due date will appear on your billing statement. Payments made after the due date are subject to a late payment fee. Payment in full is required by the due date to avoid additional fees.
- An electronic billing notification is sent only to the student. If you want your parent or guardian to receive an electronic billing notification, you must add that person as an authorized payer.
If the University cancels a course, full tuition and fees are refunded. If a student drops a course, the refund is based on the date the course is officially dropped, either in the registration system or by completing a drop form and submitting it to the Registrar’s Office. For more information on how to drop a summer course please visit the Registrar's website.
* Note: While the information provided on the add/drop procedures page is appropriate for Summer Session, the dates/deadlines/timeframes listed apply to fall and spring terms only. Review the Summer Session calendar for dates and deadlines for Summer Session.
Refunds are determined based on the SUNY Board of Trustees refund liability schedule. The refund liability schedule is based on the start and end dates of the term, as well as the length of the term.
Limited financial aid is available to matriculated students attending six or more credit hours during Summer Session. Find out what’s available and how to apply by visiting the Financial Aid Services Summer/Winter Session web page.
Continuing education/non-matriculated undergraduate and graduate students may be eligible to receive government loans if the courses taken during Summer Session are prerequisites for admission into Binghamton University or elsewhere. If the courses are not prerequisites, non-matriculated students may be eligible to apply for alternative loans from private lenders. For more general information, visit the Financial Aid Services non-matriculated web page.
For additional questions about summer aid and your eligibility, contact Financial Aid Services at firstname.lastname@example.org, call 607-777-2428 or visit the office during regular business hours.
Federal Title IV financial aid (Direct Student loan, Pell Grants, Direct Parent PLUS loan) recipients who withdraw from or drop all classes during Summer Session may have funds returned to loan and/or grant programs based on federal return of Title IV financial aid regulations. Recipients of New York State TAP grants will lose eligibility for the TAP grant for summer. Eligibility for any other type of financial aid is based upon review. Any liability resulting from return of Title IV financial aid funds is the responsibility of the student. NOTE: A loan recipient who drops below six credits but remains enrolled in the Summer Session may also be subject to the resulting refund being returned as a repayment on the loan.