- Tuition & Fees
- Admitted Students
Tuition and fees are subject to Board of Trustee approval and may change. The tuition listed is for Summer 2017.
In order to secure a place in the program, admitted students must pay a nonrefundable deposit of $500 by the deadline stated in the acceptance letter. The deposit is credited toward the student's tuition upon matriculation. Students who do not submit their deposit by the deadline may forfeit their place.
|Tuition||$1,756.00 per point*|
* Students are required to take a minimum of six points.
This listing is intended to summarize possible charges that could be incurred against a student’s account. Certain charges depend upon specific circumstances, as noted. Fees that are not billed to the student account, such as course fees or placement test fees, may be required but are not listed here.
One-time fee for first-time applicants.
|Student Activities Fee||$50.00 per term|
|Technology Fee||$35.00 per term|
|University Facilities Fee**||$250.00 per term|
|Document Fee||$105.00 one-time fee for all new students|
Required of any student who drops all courses for which he or she has registered.
|$75.00 per term|
|Late Registration Fees||$50.00 during late registration period|
$100.00 after late registration period
|International Services Charge
Required of all international students.
|$70.00 per term|
** University Facilities Fee — Students are required to pay a University Facilities Fee. This fee is not assessed to undergraduate students who are charged the Student Life Fee, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences students who are registered for Matriculation and Facilities, American Language Program students, School of Professional Studies Summer Program for High School Students, or students in a course of study away from the University, where applicable. This fee is subject to Board of Trustee approval and may change.
Health Service Fee
Students who were enrolled in the Health Service Program during the spring term are automatically covered through the last day of summer sessions. All other students may elect to pay the Health Services Fee for summer coverage. For more information about the Health Service Program, please visit www.health.columbia.edu.
Program ContactsGeneral Information, Admissions Questions, and Advising
Office of Enrollment Management
School of Professional Studies
203 Lewisohn Hall
2970 Broadway, Mail Code 4119
New York, NY 10027-6902
Office hours: Monday–Friday, 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.