Tuition and Fees 2012-2013*
* Tuition and fees are subject to change.Undergraduate Tuition
American Language and Culture Program
|Following are the 2012-2013 tuition rates (independent of discounts) for the American Language and Culture Program classes offered at UDM:|
|ALCP 1010 and 5101||$8,565|
|ALCP 2010 and 5201||$6,600|
|ALCP 3150 and 5315||$2,705|
|In addition, a one-time orientation fee of $100 is charged to new international students to fund recreational and educational activities sponsored by International Services.|
Liberal Arts & Education, Science, Business Administration, Dental Hygiene (non-clinical), Health Professions, Nursing, University College, Digital Media Studies, Software Engineering
|Per credit, 1-11 credit hours||$880|
|12-18 credit hours (flat rate per term)||$17,265|
|Each credit hour over 18
|Per credit, 1-11 credit hours||$940|
|12-18 credit hours (flat rate per term)||$18,075|
|Each credit hour over 18
|University Center, per credit hour||$670|
|Other locations, per credit hour
||Varies by program|
|Study Abroad||Varies by program|
|East, North, South Quads||$2,830/$4,575|
|Holden Hall/Shiple Hall
|West Quad (Second-Fourth Floors)||$3,040/$4,745|
|*Local telephone and cable service included.|
All resident students, except West Quad residents are required to take a board plan. Single occupancy is subject to availability. All other rates for special or guest housing are subject to negotiation with the Director of Residence Life.2012-13 Meal Plans
|19 meals/$200 DB||$2,010|
|210 Block/$375 DB||$2,010|
|9 meals/$200 DB||$1,885|
|$600 DB (co-op students)||$750|
General and Miscellaneous Fees
|Late Payment Fee||$100|
|Late Registration Fee||$100|
|Student Orientation Fee (SOAR)||$225|
|Transcripts (per copy)||$5 (Express Postal Delivery starts at $20)|
|Duplicate Diploma or Certificate Fee||$35-$50|
|Cooperative Training Tuition Alternating||$910 per assignment|
|Cooperative Training Tuition Parallel||$510 per assignment|
|Co-op Portfolio Evaluation Fee||$910/$510 ft/pt assignment|
|I.D. Card Replacement||$15|
|Beginning English/Intensive English (Per Course)||$8,565|
|Intermediate & Advanced English (Per Course)||$6,600 & $2,705|
|English Proficiency Testing Fee (Non-UDM Students)||$25|
|Graduation Fee (does not include cap & gown fees)||$95|
Tuition Refund Policy
Academic and financial obligations for a course or service in which a student is registered are modified only by an official withdrawal from the course or service. The official academic withdrawal must be completed in writing on the appropriate form available in the office of the dean or director of the college in which the student is registered. The official date of withdrawal will be the date on which written notice of withdrawal is received by the office of the dean or director.
Refunds will be first applied to any financial aid received by the student and then to the indebtedness he/she has with the University. Refund schedules are published in the Catalog each year. Refund information is also available in the Student Accounting Office, Registrar’s Office and from the Scholarship and Financial Aid Office.
University Refund Schedule
|Courses that are 1-49 days (1 day to 7 week classes)||100% refund on Day 1||No refund Day 2|
|Courses that are 50 days or more (Classes more than 7 weeks)||100% refund through Day 7||50% refund Day 8 to Day 14||No refund beginning Day 15|
Specific refund dates for 100% refund appear in the Schedule of Classes for each individual class section. Due to the variety of beginning and ending dates for each course section it is recommended that you refer to the Schedule of Classes when you wish to drop at 100%.
Co-op students who must withdraw from classes or school because they receive notification of their employment after registration will be granted a total refund upon approval of the dean of the Career Education Center.
Refund Variance Committee
Should a student be unable to complete the withdrawal process within the appropriate time limitation because of circumstances beyond his/her control, he/she may appeal the refund decision in writing to the Variance Committee through the Student Accounting Office (academic/courses) or Director of Residence Life (dorm and food services).
Residence Halls Cancellation Policy
The Residence Hall application is a binding agreement with the Office of Residence Life and the University of Detroit Mercy for the academic year consisting of fall and spring terms. Cancellations from the housing agreement will not be accepted after June 1 unless the student is withdrawing from the University for the academic year. All cancellations must be received in writing or via email. Cancellations during the academic year are subject to a $350 cancellation fee, which may be waived for the following reasons: graduation, withdraw from the University, marriage, medical reasons as verified by the University, co-op or study abroad, financial.
In the event of approved withdrawal from the University residence hall system, refunds are subject to a pro-rated assessment for the period of residence. The effective termination date will be the day upon which all of the following have been accomplished:
- The student has canceled in writing.
- The student has removed all belongings from the room.
- Appropriate check out forms have been completed.
- Room and building keys and key tags have been surrendered to the Office of Residence Life.
Meal Plan Refunds
Students who totally withdraw from the University will be refunded for the food plan on a pro-rata assessment basis for the period of use.
Late Payment Fee
Students who do not pay their tuition and fees or arrange for payment of fees by the first day of class will be assessed a late payment fee.
Late Registration Fee
Students who initially register for class(es) beginning on the first day of each semester will be charged a $100 late registration fee. Students are encouraged to register early to avoid this fee. Students who registered prior to the first day of the semester and are changing their schedule are not assessed a late registration fee.
Deferred Payment Fee
Students who carry a semester balance more than half way through the term are subject to a deferred payment fee.
A service charge of 1.5 percent of the outstanding balance is assessed monthly beginning the last month of the term until the debt is paid in full.
Collection Activity Timetables
Should a student not return to classes the following term, a collection notice is sent (approximately the second month of the new term) advising the student that an outstanding tuition account balance is due to the University. This balance must be paid to avoid the account being forwarded to a collection agency. The account is assigned to a collection agency approximately 30 days after notification to the former student that his/her account is past due.
- Charge/Debit Card (MasterCard or Discover), a processing fee will apply. Pay online through a checking or savings account without a fee through TitanConnect (tc.udmercy.edu) or visit the website at www.udmercy.edu/sao and follow the payment link.
- Cash, Check or Money Order. Payments can also be mailed or paid directly in the Student Accounting Office at 4001 West McNichols Detroit, MI 48221-3038. Please include your student ID number on the check if mailing a payment.
- Pay the balance in full and avoid any additional fees. Payments made by mail must be received two weeks before the first day of the term or paid in person up to the last day of final registration before classes begin. This date is listed in the Schedule of Classes.
- If you want to pay through an installment plan administered through Tuition Management Systems, you can enroll in the Interest-Free Monthly Payment Plan through the Student Accounting Office or at www.afford.com. Please see the TMS information listed below.
- If you have a third party that will pay your tuition, submit documentation from the sponsoring agency that authorizes UDM to bill them for your tuition.
- Your tuition may be deferred if you submit documentation to verify that you are eligible for tuition reimbursement benefits.
Tuition Management Systems' Interest-Free Monthly Payment Option
The Interest-Free Monthly Payment Option allows you to maximize your savings and income by spreading your education expenses over 9 or 10 interest- free monthly payments for the academic year, or 4 or 5 interest-free monthly payments for each term. These convenient options eliminate larger annual or semester payments. Education payment life insurance is included. You have toll-free access to knowledgeable and friendly Payment Counselors six days week and automated account access 24/7.
The University of Detroit Mercy offers these services in partnership with Tuition Management Systems, the nations number one rated provider of education payment services.
Choose either an Annual Plan or a Semester Plan and select a payment schedule offered under the plan. Tuition Management Systems Education Payment Counselors are available anytime between 8 a.m. and 10 p.m. weekdays and from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (EST) on Saturday at 1-800-722-4867. From outside the U.S. dial 1-491-849-1550.
Annual Plan Schedule (select one)
- 10 interest-free monthly payments paid from August 1 - May 1.
- Nine interest-free monthly payments paid from September 1 - May 1.
- Five interest-free monthly payments
- Four interest-free monthly payments
Administrative Withdrawal Policy
Students who have enrolled in classes but have not made a payment or payment arrangements by the payment due date before classes begin will be notified of the University's intention to withdraw them from classes. This policy does not apply to students who have received financial aid awards. Students who have not made satisfactory arrangements by the final day of registration may be dropped from their classes for non-payment.
Students who are withdrawn lose their enrollment in the class(es) they were registered for and must follow normal add/drop policies to be re-registered into classes. This requires obtaining instructor's signature and advisor's signature on a paper registration form for open classes that have met of are closed and advisor's signature for open classes during the add/drop week. A late registration fee will be assessed for those re-registering after administrative withdrawal.
Should a student not return to classes the following term, a collection notice is sent (approximately the second month of the new term) to the student, advising him/her that an outstanding tuition account balance must be paid to avoid having the account forwarded to a collection agency.