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2021-2022 Tuition Rates

Undergraduate Charleston Campus

Living On Campus

Fixed Costs
Tuition $30,900
Room $6,000
Board* $4,500
Total fixed charges $41,400
Estimated Costs
Fees** $1,200
Books/Supplies $1,800
Transportation $1,200
Personal/Miscellaneous $1,400
Total estimated costs $5,600
Total budget $47,000

*Board charges are based on our most popular meal plan. Other meal plans are available. **Stated fees are an estimate of student fees for parking, laboratory
fees, and charges noted in individual course listings. Fees for individual students will vary. The Student Solutions Center is the best source for information about charges, payments and student accounts.

Living Off Campus

Fixed Costs
Tuition $30,900
Total fixed charges $30,900
Estimated Costs
Fees** $1,200
Books/Supplies $1,800
Transportation $1,500
Personal/Miscellaneous $900
Total estimated costs $5,400
Total budget $36,300

**Stated fees are an estimate of student fees for parking, laboratory fees, and charges noted in individual course listings. Fees for individual students will vary. The Student Solutions Center is the best source for information about charges, payments
and student accounts.

Housing Costs

Brotherton Hall

Brotherton Hall Housing Fees 2021-2022 Full Academic Year Semester
Double $ 5,450.00 $ 2,725.00
Single/Double $ 6,900.00 $ 3,450.00

Middle Hall

Middle Hall Housing Fees 2021-2022 Full Academic Year Semester
Double $ 5,550.00 $ 2,775.00
Single/Double $ 7,250.00 $ 3,625.00
Single/Single $ 7,100.00 $ 3,550.00
Apartment $ 6,350.00 $ 3,175.00
Suite $ 5,950.00 $ 2,975.00

Ratrie Hall

Ratrie Hall Housing Fees 2021-2022 Full Academic Year Semester
Double $ 5,550.00 $ 2,775.00
Single/Double $ 7,250.00 $ 3,625.00
Single/Single $ 7,100.00 $ 3,550.00
Apartment $ 6,350.00 $ 3,175.00

East Apartments

East Apartments Housing Fees 2021-2022 Full Academic Year* Semester
One Bedroom $ 9,100.00 $ 4,550.00
Efficiency $ 8,600.00 $ 4,300.00
Four Bedroom $ 7,650.00 $ 3,825.00

Meal Plans

Plan Type Meals / Week Flex Cost / Academic Year*
2021-2022
Cost / Semester*
2021-2022
FIRST YEAR OPTIONS
1 19 $ 4,400.00 $ 2,200.00
2 14 $ 225 $ 4,350.00 $ 2,175.00
3 14 $ 4,000.00 $ 2,000.00
RETURNING STUDENT OPTIONS (also includes options above)
4 10 $ 225 $ 4,000.00 $ 2,000.00
APARTMENT OPTIONS (also includes options above)
5 5 $ 225 $ 2,050.00 $ 1,025.00
6 5 $ 1,700.00 $ 850.00

Undergraduate

Associate Degree Programs

Cybersecurity $380 per credit hour approximate total program tuition $22,800
Frontline Leadership $380 per credit hour approximate total program tuition $22,800
Nursing (ADN) $380 per credit hour approximate total program tuition $22,800
Occupational Therapy Assistant $380 per credit hour approximate total program tuition $23,940
Radiologic Technology $380 per credit hour approximate total program tuition $23,940

Online Bachelor Degree Programs

Cybersecurity $380 per credit hour approximate total program tuition $22,800
Management $380 per credit hour approximate total program tuition $45,600
Nursing (RN-BSN) $380 per credit hour approximate total program tuition $11,400 (with unencumbered RN license) $30,400 (without RN license)
Organizational Leadership $380 per credit hour approximate total program tuition $22,800
Psychology $380 per credit hour approximate total program tuition $45,600

Graduate

MBA Master of Business Administration
online & in-seat
$590 per credit hour approximate total program tuition $19,470 – $23,010
MSBDA Master of Science in Business and Data Analytics $630 per credit hour approximate total program tuition $18,900
MSSL Master of Science in Strategic Leadership $425 per credit hour approximate total program tuition $15,300
MSCS Master of Science in Cybersecurity $425 per credit hour approximate total program tuition $12,750
DEL Doctor of Executive Leadership $700 per credit hour approximate total program tuition $40,600

Military, Law Enforcement & First Responder Rates

Undergraduate Online Frontline Leadership — Accounting — Management — Psychology — Organizational Leadership — Cybersecurity $250 per credit hour
MBA Master of Business Administration 10% discount on the MBA rate of $590 per credit hour for all military members.
MSSL Master of Science in Strategic Leadership $250 per credit hour
MSCS Master of Science in Cybersecurity $250 per credit hour
DEL Doctor of Executive Leadership $630 per credit hour
(includes UC students from MOU/MOA partners)

Part-Time or Other Rates

1‐7 Credits $410 per credit hour
in the arts, sciences, and business ($75 part-time student fee per semester)
1‐7 Credits $900 per credit hour
in health sciences ($75 part-time student fee per semester)
8‐11 Credits $900 per credit hour
for all undergraduate programs ($75 part-time student fee per semester)
Senior Citizen Rate $160 per course
for undergraduate courses
Auditing A Course $410 per course
Overload Fee $400 per credit hour
for credit hours over 18

Required Fees

Comprehensive Fee $200 per semester (except PharmD P4 and TA-funded military students)
Parking Fee $100 per semester for all Charleston location students (excludes Summer term)
Graduation Fee $200 billed at time of graduation application
Student Activity Fee $25 per semester for Charleston location students (excluding PharmD/PA students in rotation semester)
Health Science Insurance Fee $20/term (Health Science students only)
*Additional fees may be charged for lab or course fees.

School of Pharmacy

Tuition & Fees

  • $33,925 per year
  • Student fees:
    • $1,500 for first, second, and third professional years
    • $1,800 for the fourth professional year
    • Students in their final year are also required to pay a $200 graduation fee

Included within the fees:

  • Student Learning Technology Fee includes a MacBook to enhance classroom, practical, co-curricular learning, and patient interaction. Students keep their computer upon graduation
  • Annual Membership to one professional pharmacy organization of your choice
  • Annual Membership to the West Virginia Rural Health Association
  • Annual opportunities to apply for monies to travel and/or present at local, regional and national conferences
  • Specially designed co-curricular experiences designed to complement the didactic curriculum
  • Access to key library resources and search engines to optimize learning and research
  • Certification in Immunizations, Point of Care Testing, and Medication Therapy Management

Upon admission, a NON-REFUNDABLE tuition deposit of $1,000 is required to reserve your seat in the class. The deposit may be paid in two-payments. $500 is due 1 week after receipt of an invitation for admission and the remaining $500 is due on
or before May 1st.

  • The deposit is applied towards your tuition
  • The provision of the non-refundable tuition deposit guarantees your position in the School of Pharmacy

 

Credit Hours & Financial Aid

An admitted student must have earned 91 credit hours of combined pre-professional and graduate coursework to be eligible to receive graduate level federal financial aid. Applicants with less than 91 credit hours will be packaged at the undergraduate level
for financial aid purposes until they acquire 91 credit hours. Students that are close to 91 credits may wish to take extra courses in the spring or summer prior to starting the program to count towards the minimum credit hour level for graduate level
federal financial aid.

Regional Scholarship

With our Regional Tuition Scholarship, your address can actually lower your tuition. If you live in the following regions, you are eligible for a scholarship of $4750 per year.

Eligible Regions

  • Kentucky
  • Maryland
  • North Carolina
  • Ohio
  • Pennsylvania
  • Tennessee
  • Virginia
  • Washington, D.C.
  • West Virginia

Students from non-regional states, territories, or other countries are eligible for merit-based scholarships ranging from $1,500 to $5,000 per year. Please contact the UCSOP Office of Enrollment & Admissions at pharmacy@ucwv.eduor 304-357-4889 for more information.

Physician Assistant Program

Tuition and Fees

The standard undergraduate tuition rate does not apply to students who matriculate into the UCPAP. The following table outlines the expected total PA program tuition and fees based on the rate of tuition and estimated fees that will be applied for the
2021-2022 academic year. It should be noted that tuition and fees can change from year to year subject to economic influences, the needs of the University, and needs of the Program. Other university service fees may also apply (e.g. parking, activity
fee, graduation).

Semester Tuition Fees
Spring Semester – Year One $12,260 *$1786.00
Summer Semester – Year One $12,260 $454.00
Fall Semester – Year One $12,260 $454.00
Spring Semester – Year Two $12,260 $454.00
Summer Semester – Year Two $12,260 $454.00
Fall Semester – Year Two $12,260 $454.00
Spring Semester – Year Three $12,260 $454.00
Subtotals $85,820 $4,510.00
Total Tuition and Fees $90,330

*$1,332 will be added as a course fee in the first semester for a Macbook Air.

  • Payment: Payment for tuition and fees for all courses within a semester are due at the beginning of the semester.
  • Application Fee: For each application cycle prospective candidates will be charged a $50 application fee which is nonrefundable. This fee is waived for current UC students.
  • Enrollment Deposit: All applicants accepted into the program will be charged a $500 nonrefundable deposit to hold their seat. A second deposit of $500 is due on November 1. This money will be applied toward their first semester tuition upon matriculation.
  • Refunds: All program fees are nonrefundable. Tuition refunds are made as follows (applies to all semesters):
    • A 100% refund will be provided to students who withdraw by the first day of scheduled classes for the term less the nonrefundable tuition deposit(s).
    • A 90% refund will be provided to students who withdraw on the second and third calendar day of scheduled classes.
    • A 50% refund will be provided to students who withdraw on the fourth, fifth, and sixth calendar day of scheduled classes.
    • No refunds will be provided to students who withdraw after the sixth day of scheduled classes.

Program Required Expenses

The table below includes estimates of additional expenses incurred by students.

Item(s) Expense
Books and Supplies $1,800
Scrubs and Lab Coat $200
AAPA Membership (1) $75
WVAPA Membership (2) $10
Conference Expenses $1,050
Medical Equipment $500
BLS Registration $75
ACLS Registration $250
Health Insurance $4,200
Background Check $40
Total $8,200

Other Expenses

Other expenses are estimated in the table below.

Item(s) Expense
Room (Campus Apts) $31,500
Board $11,029
Transportation $8,600
Campus Parking $700
PA National Certifying Exam Fee $475
Total $52,304 

Listed below are prices to give you an idea of what your tuition and fees will be, depending on your location, type of student, and whether you are living on or off campus. Keep in mind that these costs do not reflect any financial aid you will receive, but are simply a starting point.

Charleston Campus

Living On Campus

Our costs are broken down into direct education costs (tuition), living costs (room and board), estimated costs (fees, books and supplies) and discretionary costs (transportation and personal expenses).

Fixed Costs
Tuition $30,900
Room $6,000
Board* $4,500
Total fixed charges $41,400
Estimated Costs
Fees** $1,200
Books/Supplies $1,800
Transportation $1,200
Personal/Miscellaneous $1,400
Total estimated costs $5,600
Total budget $47,000

*Board charges are based on our most popular meal plan. Other meal plans are available.
**Stated fees are an estimate of student fees for parking, laboratory fees, and charges noted in individual course listings. Fees for individual students will vary. The Student Solutions Center is the best source for information about charges, payments and student accounts.

Living Off Campus

Our costs are broken down into direct education costs (tuition), living costs (room and board), estimated costs (fees, books and supplies) and discretionary costs (transportation and personal expenses).

Fixed Costs
Tuition $30,900
Total fixed charges $30,900
Estimated Costs
Fees** $1,200
Books/Supplies $1,800
Transportation $1,500
Personal/Miscellaneous $900
Total estimated costs $5,400
Total budget $36,300

**Stated fees are an estimate of student fees for parking, laboratory fees, and charges noted in individual course listings. Fees for individual students will vary. The Student Solutions Center is the best source for information about charges, payments and student accounts.

Housing Costs

Brotherton Hall Housing Fees 2020-2021 Full Academic Year Semester
Double $ 5,350.00 $ 2,675.00
Single/Double $ 6,800.00 $ 3,400.00

Ratrie Hall Housing Fees 2020-2021 Full Academic Year Semester
Double $ 5,450.00 $ 2,725.00
Single/Double $ 7,150.00 $ 3,575.00
Single/Single $ 7,000.00 $ 3,500.00
Apartment $ 6,250.00 $ 3,125.00

Middle Hall Housing Fees 2020-2021 Full Academic Year Semester
Double $ 5,450.00 $ 2,725.00
Single/Double $ 7,150.00 $ 3,575.00
Single/Single $ 7,000.00 $ 3,500.00
Apartment $ 6,250.00 $ 3,125.00
Suite $ 5,850.00 $ 2,925.00

East Apartments Housing Fees 2020-2021 Full Academic Year* Semester
One Bedroom $ 9,000.00 $ 4,500.00
Efficiency $ 8,500.00 $ 4,250.00
Two Bedroom $ 7,900.00 $ 3,950.00
Four Bedroom $ 7,550.00 $ 3,775.00

*Monthly apartment rates apply to summer months (May 15 – August 15)

*Academic year rates apply to a 9-month lease (August 15 – May 15)

 

The University of Charleston reserves the right to alter charges and fees.

We encourage you to use our Net Price Calculator so you can see how affordable your UC education can be.

Beckley Undergraduate Programs

  • Nursing (ADN), Occupational Therapy Assistant, Radiologic Technology — $380 per credit hour
  • All other undergraduate in-seat courses — $320 per credit hour

Online Undergraduate Programs

  • All Undergraduate Courses — $380 per credit hour
    • Military, Law Enforcement, and First Responder Students – Accounting, Business Administration, Cyber Security, Frontline Leadership, Organizational Leadership and Psychology — $250 per credit hour

Charleston Graduate Programs

Master of Business Administration — $25,000 plus $3,400 (for mentoring and internships)

(MBA) National Guard Cost – Full tuition and fees for in-seat Charleston MBA program for West Virginia Army National Guard personnel can be covered by State and Federal funding and a UC scholarship. All but $3,000 in costs can be covered for West Virginia Air National Guard personnel

 

Master of Science in Strategic Leadership — $425 per credit hour.

Military, Law Enforcement, and First Responder students: $250 per credit hour.

 

Online Graduate Programs

Master of Business Administration — $590 per credit hour.

Master of Science in Strategic Leadership — $425 per credit hour.

Military, Law Enforcement, and First Responder students: $250 per credit hour.

Master of Science in Cyber Security — $425 per credit hour.

Military, Law Enforcement, and First Responder students: $250 per credit hour.

Doctor of Executive Leadership — $700.00 per credit

Military, Law Enforcement and First Responder students – $630 per credit hour

University of Charleston students from MOU/MOA partners – $630 per credit hour

 

 

School of Pharmacy

School of Pharmacy

Doctorate of Pharmacy

  • $33,260 per year (2020-2021)
  • Fees are: $1,350 (excludes parking and graduation fees)

Included within the fees:

  • Student Learning Technology Fee includes the technology program in which pharmacy students receive a MacBook Air to enhance classroom, practical, co-curricular learning, and patient interaction. (Computer ownership is turned over to the student upon graduation.)
  • Annual Membership to one professional pharmacy organization of your choice
  • Annual Membership to the West Virginia Rural Health Association
  • Annual opportunities to apply for monies to travel and/or present at local, regional and national conferences
  • Specially designed co-curricular experiences designed to complement the didactic curriculum
  • Access to key library resources and search engines to optimize learning and research
  • Opportunities to earn certifications in: Medication Therapy Management, Diabetes Management, and Immunizations

 

Upon admission, a NON-REFUNDABLE tuition deposit of $1,000 is required to reserve your seat in the class. The deposit may be paid in two-payments. $500 is due 1 week after receipt of an invitation for admission and the remaining $500 is due on or before May 1st. The deposit is applied towards your tuition.

The provision of the non-refundable tuition deposit guarantees your position in the School of Pharmacy

Master of Physician Assistant Studies

Master of Physician Assistant Studies (MPAS)

Tuition and Fees

The standard undergraduate tuition rate does not apply to students who matriculate into the UCPAP. The following table outlines the expected total PA program tuition and fees based on the rate of tuition and estimated fees that will be applied for the 2019-2020 academic year. It should be noted that tuition and fees can change from year to year subject to economic influences, the needs of the University, and needs of the Program. Other university service fees may also apply (e.g. parking, activity fee, graduation).

Semester Tuition Fees
Spring Semester – Year One $12,020 *$1787.00
Summer Semester – Year One $12,020 $455.00
Fall Semester – Year One $12,020 $455.00
Spring Semester – Year Two $12,020 $455.00
Summer Semester – Year Two $12,020 $455.00
Fall Semester – Year Two $12,020 $455.00
Spring Semester – Year Three $12,020 $455.00
Subtotals $84,140 $4,517.00
Total Tuition and Fees $88,657

*$1,332 will be added as a course fee in the first semester for a Macbook Air.

  • Payment: Payment for tuition and fees for all courses within a semester are due at the beginning of the semester.
  • Application Fee: For each application cycle prospective candidates will be charged a $50 application fee which is nonrefundable. This fee is waived for current UC students.
  • Enrollment Deposit: All applicants accepted into the program will be charged a $500 nonrefundable deposit to hold their seat. A second deposit of $500 is due on November 1. This money will be applied toward their first semester tuition upon matriculation.
  • Refunds: All program fees are nonrefundable. Tuition refunds are made as follows (applies to all semesters):
    • A 100% refund will be provided to students who withdraw by the first day of scheduled classes for the term less the nonrefundable tuition deposit(s).
    • A 90% refund will be provided to students who withdraw on the second and third calendar day of scheduled classes.
    • A 50% refund will be provided to students who withdraw on the fourth, fifth, and sixth calendar day of scheduled classes.
    • No refunds will be provided to students who withdraw after the sixth day of scheduled classes.

Program Required Expenses

The table below includes estimates of additional expenses incurred by students.

Item(s) Expense
Books and Supplies $1,800
Scrubs and Lab Coat $200
AAPA Membership (1) $75
WVAPA Membership (2) $10
Conference Expenses $1,050
Medical Equipment $500
BLS Registration $75
ACLS Registration $250
Health Insurance $4,200
Background Check $40
Total $8,200

Other Expenses

Other expenses are estimated in the table below.

Item(s) Expense
Room (Campus Apts) $31,500
Board $11,029
Transportation $8,600
Campus Parking $700
PA National Certifying Exam Fee $475
Total $52,304

Note: Lab or other course fees may apply.

Charleston Campus

Living On Campus

Our costs are broken down into direct education costs (tuition), living costs (room and board), estimated costs (fees, books and supplies) and discretionary costs (transportation and personal expenses).

Fixed Costs
Tuition $30,400
Room $5,270
Board* $4,240
Total fixed charges $39,910

 

Estimated Costs
Fees** $1,000
Books/Supplies $1,800
Transportation $1,200
Personal/Miscellaneous $1,400
Total estimated costs $5,400
Total budget $45,310

*Board charges are based on our most popular meal plan. Other meal plans are available.
**Stated fees are an estimate of student fees for parking, laboratory fees, and charges noted in individual course listings. Fees for individual students will vary. The Student Solutions Center is the best source for information about charges, payments and student accounts.

Living Off Campus

Our costs are broken down into direct education costs (tuition), living costs (room and board), estimated costs (fees, books and supplies) and discretionary costs (transportation and personal expenses).

Fixed Costs
Tuition $30,400
Total fixed charges $30,400

 

Estimated Costs
Fees** $1,000
Books/Supplies $1,800
Transportation $1,500
Personal/Miscellaneous $900
Total estimated costs $5,200
Total budget $35,600

**Stated fees are an estimate of student fees for parking, laboratory fees, and charges noted in individual course listings. Fees for individual students will vary. The Student Solutions Center is the best source for information about charges, payments and student accounts.

Housing Costs

Charleston Campus Housing Fees 2019-2020

Residence Halls Academic Year Semester
Brotherton Hall Double $5,200.00 $2,600.00
Brotherton Hall Single $6,760.00 $3,380.00
Ratrie Hall Double $5,300.00 $2,650.00
Ratrie Hall Single $6,920.00 $3,460.00
Ratrie Hall Apartment $6,100.00 $3,050.00
Ratrie Hall Suite $5,700.00 $2,850.00
Middle Hall Double $5,300.00 $2,650.00
Middle Hall Apartment $6,100.00 $3,050.00
Middle Hall Suite $5,700.00 $2,850.00
Middle Hall Single $6,920.00 $3,460.00

 

East Apartments Academic Year* Semester Summer Rates/Month*
One Bedroom $9,000.00 $4,500.00/td> $900.00
Efficiency $8,500.00 $4,250.00 $850.00
Two Bedroom $7,880.00 $3,940.00 $788.00
Four Bedroom $7,530.00 $3,765.00 $753.00

*Monthly apartment rates apply to summer months (May 15 – August 15)

*Academic year rates apply to a 9-month lease (August 15 – May 15)

Beckley Undergraduate Programs

  • Nursing (ADN), Occupational Therapy Assistant, Radiologic Technology — $380 per credit hour
  • Diagnostic Medical Sonography (Discontinued) — $380 per credit hour
  • All other undergraduate in-seat courses — $320 per credit hour

 

Online Undergraduate Programs

  • All Undergraduate Courses — $380 per credit hour
    • Military, Law Enforcement, and First Responder Students – Accounting, Business Administration, Cyber Security, Frontline Leadership, Organizational Leadership and Psychology — $250 per credit hour

 

Online Graduate Programs

  • Master of Business Administration — $590 per credit hour.
  • Master of Science in Strategic Leadership — $425 per credit hour.
    • Military, Law Enforcement, and First Responder students: $250 per credit hour.
  • Master of Science in Cyber Security — $425 per credit hour.
    • Military, Law Enforcement, and First Responder students: $250 per credit hour.
  • Doctor of Executive Leadership — $700.00 per credit

 

Charleston Graduate Programs

  • Master of Business Administration — $25,000 plus $3,400 (for mentoring and internships)

(MBA) National Guard Cost – Full tuition and fees for in-seat Charleston MBA program for West Virginia Army National Guard personnel can be covered by State and Federal funding and a UC scholarship.  All but $3,000 in costs can be covered for West Virginia Air National Guard personnel

  • Master of Science in Strategic Leadership — $425 per credit hour.
    • Military, Law Enforcement, and First Responder students: $250 per credit hour.
  • Doctor of Executive Leadership — $700.00 per credit

 

  • Master of Science in Strategic Leadership — $425 per credit hour.
    • Military, Law Enforcement, and First Responder students: $250 per credit hour.

 

Online Graduate Programs

  • Master of Business Administration — $590 per credit hour.
  • Master of Science in Strategic Leadership — $425 per credit hour.
    • Military, Law Enforcement, and First Responder students: $250 per credit hour.
  • Master of Science in Cyber Security — $425 per credit hour.
    • Military, Law Enforcement, and First Responder students: $250 per credit hour.
  • Doctor of Executive Leadership — $700.00 per credit

 

School of Pharmacy

Doctorate of Pharmacy

  • $32,600 per year (2019-2020)
  • Fees are: $1,350 (excludes parking and graduation fees)

Included within the fees:   

  • Student Learning Technology Fee includes the technology program in which pharmacy students receive a MacBook Air to enhance classroom, practical, co-curricular learning, and patient interaction. (Computer ownership is turned over to the student upon graduation.)
  • Annual Membership to one professional pharmacy organization of your choice
  • Annual Membership to the West Virginia Rural Health Association
  • Annual opportunities to apply for monies to travel and/or present at local, regional and national conferences
  • Specially designed co-curricular experiences designed to complement the didactic curriculum
  • Access to key library resources and search engines to optimize learning and research
  • Opportunities to earn certifications in: Medication Therapy Management, Diabetes Management, and Immunizations

 

Upon admission, a NON-REFUNDABLE tuition deposit of $1,000 is required to reserve your seat in the class. The deposit may be paid in two-payments. $500 is due 1 week after receipt of an invitation for admission and the remaining $500 is due on or before May 1st. The deposit is applied towards your tuition.

The provision of the non-refundable tuition deposit guarantees your position in the School of Pharmacy

 

Master of Physician Assistant Studies (MPAS)

Tuition and Fees

The standard undergraduate tuition rate does not apply to students who matriculate into the UCPAP. The following table outlines the expected total PA program tuition and fees based on the rate of tuition and estimated fees that will be applied for the 2019-2020 academic year. It should be noted that tuition and fees can change from year to year subject to economic influences, the needs of the University, and needs of the Program. Other university service fees may also apply (e.g. parking, activity fee, graduation).

Semester Tuition Fees
Spring Semester – Year One $12,020 *$1787.00
Summer Semester – Year One $12,020 $455.00
Fall Semester – Year One $12,020 $455.00
Spring Semester – Year Two $12,020 $455.00
Summer Semester – Year Two $12,020 $455.00
Fall Semester – Year Two $12,020 $455.00
Spring Semester – Year Three $12,020 $455.00
Subtotals $84,140 $4,517.00
Total Tuition and Fees $88,657

*$1,332 will be added as a course fee in the first semester for a Macbook Air.

  • Payment: Payment for tuition and fees for all courses within a semester are due at the beginning of the semester.
  • Application Fee: For each application cycle prospective candidates will be charged a $50 application fee which is nonrefundable. This fee is waived for current UC students.
  • Enrollment Deposit: All applicants accepted into the program will be charged a $500 nonrefundable deposit to hold their seat. A second deposit of $500 is due on November 1. This money will be applied toward their first semester tuition upon matriculation.
  • Refunds: All program fees are nonrefundable. Tuition refunds are made as follows (applies to all semesters):
    • A 100% refund will be provided to students who withdraw by the first day of scheduled classes for the term less the nonrefundable tuition deposit(s).
    • A 90% refund will be provided to students who withdraw on the second and third calendar day of scheduled classes.
    • A 50% refund will be provided to students who withdraw on the fourth, fifth, and sixth calendar day of scheduled classes.
    • No refunds will be provided to students who withdraw after the sixth day of scheduled classes.

Program Required Expenses

The table below includes estimates of additional expenses incurred by students.

Item(s) Expense
Books and Supplies $1,800
Scrubs and Lab Coat $200
AAPA Membership (1) $75
WVAPA Membership (2) $10
Conference Expenses $1,050
Medical Equipment $500
BLS Registration $75
ACLS Registration $250
Health Insurance $4,200
Background Check $40
Total $8,200

Other Expenses

Other expenses are estimated in the table below.

Item(s) Expense
Room (Campus Apts) $31,500
Board $11,029
Transportation $8,600
Campus Parking $700
PA National Certifying Exam Fee $475
Total $52,304 

 

The University of Charleston reserves the right to alter charges and fees.

We encourage you to use our Net Price Calculator so you can see how affordable your UC education can be.

 

Our costs are broken down into direct education costs (tuition), living costs (room and board), estimated costs (fees, books and supplies) and discretionary costs (transportation and personal expenses).

Fixed Costs
Tuition $29,900
Room $5,000
Board* $4,180
Total fixed charges $39,080
Estimated Costs
Fees** $1,000
Books/Supplies $1,800
Transportation $1,200
Personal/Miscellaneous $1,400
Total estimated costs $5,400
Total budget $44,480

*Board charges are based on our most popular meal plan. Other meal plans are available.
**Stated fees are an estimate of student fees for parking, laboratory fees, and charges noted in individual course listings. Fees for individual students will vary. The Student Solutions Center is the best source for information about charges, payments and student accounts.

Our costs are broken down into direct education costs (tuition), living costs (room and board), estimated costs (fees, books and supplies) and discretionary costs (transportation and personal expenses).

Fixed Costs
Tuition $29,900
Total fixed charges $29,900
Estimated Costs
Fees** $1,000
Books/Supplies $1,800
Transportation $1,500
Personal/Miscellaneous $900
Total estimated costs $5,200
Total budget $35,100

**Stated fees are an estimate of student fees for parking, laboratory fees, and charges noted in individual course listings. Fees for individual students will vary. The Student Solutions Center is the best source for information about charges, payments and student accounts.

Charleston Campus Housing Fees 2019-2020

Residence Halls Academic Year Semester
Brotherton Hall Double $5,200.00 $2,600.00
Brotherton Hall Single $6,760.00 $3,380.00
Ratrie Hall Double $5,300.00 $2,650.00
Ratrie Hall Single $6,920.00 $3,460.00
Ratrie Hall Apartment $6,100.00 $3,050.00
Ratrie Hall Suite $5,700.00 $2,850.00
Middle Hall Double $5,300.00 $2,650.00
Middle Hall Apartment $6,100.00 $3,050.00
Middle Hall Suite $5,700.00 $2,850.00
Middle Hall Single $6,920.00 $3,460.00

 

East Apartments Academic Year* Semester Summer Rates/Month*
One Bedroom $9,000.00 $4,500.00/td> $900.00
Efficiency $8,500.00 $4,250.00 $850.00
Two Bedroom $7,880.00 $3,940.00 $788.00
Four Bedroom $7,530.00 $3,765.00 $753.00

*Monthly apartment rates apply to summer months (May 15 – August 15)

*Academic year rates apply to a 9-month lease (August 15 – May 15)

Beckley Undergraduate Programs

  • Nursing (ADN), Occupational Therapy Assistant, Radiologic Technology — $380 per credit hour
  • All other undergraduate in-seat courses — $320 per credit hour

 

Online Undergraduate Programs

  • All Undergraduate Courses — $380 per credit hour
    • Military, Law Enforcement, and First Responder Students – Accounting, Business Administration, Cyber Security, Frontline Leadership, Organizational Leadership and Psychology — $250 per credit hour

 

Online Graduate Programs

  • Master of Business Administration — $590 per credit hour.
  • Master of Science in Strategic Leadership — $425 per credit hour.
    • Military, Law Enforcement, and First Responder students: $250 per credit hour.
  • Master of Science in Cyber Security — $425 per credit hour.
    • Military, Law Enforcement, and First Responder students: $250 per credit hour.
  • Doctor of Executive Leadership — $700.00 per credit

 

Charleston Graduate Programs

  • Master of Business Administration — $25,000 plus $3,400 (for mentoring and internships)

(MBA) National Guard Cost – Full tuition and fees for in-seat Charleston MBA program for West Virginia Army National Guard personnel can be covered by State and Federal funding and a UC scholarship. All but $3,000 in costs can be covered for West Virginia Air National Guard personnel

  • Master of Science in Strategic Leadership — $425 per credit hour.
    • Military, Law Enforcement, and First Responder students: $250 per credit hour.
  • Doctor of Executive Leadership — $700.00 per credit

 

 

Online Graduate Programs

  • Master of Business Administration — $590 per credit hour.
  • Master of Science in Strategic Leadership — $425 per credit hour.
    • Military, Law Enforcement, and First Responder students: $250 per credit hour.
  • Master of Science in Cyber Security — $425 per credit hour.
    • Current or prior military students will receive the Military Scholarship rate at $250 per credit hour.
  • Doctor of Executive Leadership — $700.00 per credit

 

School of Pharmacy

Doctorate of Pharmacy

  • $32,600 per year (2019-2020)
  • Fees are: $1,350 (excludes parking and graduation fees)

Included within the fees:

  • Student Learning Technology Fee includes the technology program in which pharmacy students receive a MacBook Air to enhance classroom, practical, co-curricular learning, and patient interaction. (Computer ownership is turned over to the student upon graduation.)
  • Annual Membership to one professional pharmacy organization of your choice
  • Annual Membership to the West Virginia Rural Health Association
  • Annual opportunities to apply for monies to travel and/or present at local, regional and national conferences
  • Specially designed co-curricular experiences designed to complement the didactic curriculum
  • Access to key library resources and search engines to optimize learning and research
  • Opportunities to earn certifications in: Medication Therapy Management, Diabetes Management, and Immunizations

 

Upon admission, a NON-REFUNDABLE tuition deposit of $1,000 is required to reserve your seat in the class. The deposit may be paid in two-payments. $500 is due 1 week after receipt of an invitation for admission and the remaining $500 is due on or before May 1st. The deposit is applied towards your tuition.

The provision of the non-refundable tuition deposit guarantees your position in the School of Pharmacy

 

Master of Physician Assistant Studies (MPAS)

Visit the PA program costs page for complete details.

Note: Lab or other course fees may apply.

 

 

The University of Charleston reserves the right to alter charges and fees.

We encourage you to use our Net Price Calculator so you can see how affordable your UC education can be.

College Tuition and Fees

We know that college tuition is a concern. We will work with you and your family to make sure that UC provides an exceptional education at an affordable cost.

Our costs are broken down into direct education costs (tuition), living costs (room and board), estimated costs (fees, books and supplies) and discretionary costs (transportation and personal expenses).

2017-18 Freshman Tuition & Costs – Charleston

On Campus

Fixed Costs

  • Tuition – $29,400
  • Room – $5,000
  • Board* – $4,100

Total fixed charges – $38,500

Estimated Costs

  • Fees** – $1,000
  • Books/Supplies – $1,800
  • Transportation – $1,200
  • Personal/Miscellaneous – $1,400

Total estimated costs – $5,400

Total budget – $43,900

Off Campus

Fixed Costs

  • Tuition – $29,400

Total fixed charges – $29,400

Estimated Costs

  • Fees** – $1,000
  • Books/Supplies – $1,800
  • Transportation – $1,500
  • Personal/Miscellaneous – $900

Total estimated costs – $5,200

Total budget – $34,600

 

*Board charges are based on our most popular meal plan. Other meal plans are available.

**Stated fees are an estimate of student fees for parking, laboratory fees, and charges noted in individual course listings. Fees for individual students will vary. The Student Solutions Center is the best source for information about charges, payments and student accounts.

The University of Charleston reserves the right to alter charges and fees.

2017-18 Online – Beckley – Martinsburg

Online

  • All Undergraduate Courses – $380 per credit hour

Beckley

Martinsburg

Graduate Tuition and Fees 2017-18

The University of Charleston is committed to providing the best value for your educational investment.

The costs of a college education can be broken down into direct educational costs (tuition), living costs (room & meals), estimated costs for fees, books and supplies, and discretionary costs (transportation and personal expenses).

On campus housing is available for graduate students in the East Apartments. Prices are quoted here

Tuition and Fees – Charleston

School of Business and Leadership

  • Master of Business Administration (MBA) – $25,000 plus $3,400 (to cover cost of mentoring and internship opportunities)
  • Master of Science in Strategic Leadership – $425 per credit hour

School of Pharmacy

  • Doctorate of Pharmacy – $30,560 per year; Fees are: $1,350 (excludes parking and graduation fees)

Physician Assistant Program

  • Master of Physician Assistant Studies (MPAS) – $11,400 per semester (7 semesters)

Online – Beckley – Martinsburg

Online

Beckley

Martinsburg

College Tuition and Fees

We know that college tuition is a concern. We will work with you and your family to make sure that UC provides an exceptional education at an affordable cost.

Our costs are broken down into direct education costs (tuition), living costs (room and board), estimated costs (fees, books and supplies) and discretionary costs (transportation and personal expenses).

2016-17 Freshman Tuition & Costs – Charleston

On Campus

Fixed Costs

  • Tuition – $28,900
  • Room – $5,000
  • Board* – $4,100

Total fixed charges – $38,000

Estimated Costs

  • Fees** – $1,000
  • Books/Supplies – $1,800
  • Transportation – $1,200
  • Personal/Miscellaneous – $1,400

Total estimated costs – $5,400

Total budget – $43,400

Off Campus

Fixed Costs

  • Tuition – $28,900

Total fixed charges – $28,900

Estimated Costs

  • Fees** – $1,000
  • Books/Supplies – $1,800
  • Transportation – $1,500
  • Personal/Miscellaneous – $900

Total estimated costs – $5,200

Total budget – $34,100

 

*Board charges are based on our most popular meal plan. Other meal plans are available.

**Stated fees are an estimate of student fees for parking, laboratory fees, and charges noted in individual course listings. Fees for individual students will vary. The Student Solutions Center is the best source for information about charges, payments and student accounts.

The University of Charleston reserves the right to alter charges and fees.

2016-17 Online – Beckley – Martinsburg

Online

  • All Undergraduate Courses – $380 per credit hour

Beckley

Martinsburg

Graduate Tuition and Fees

The University of Charleston is committed to providing the best value for your educational investment.

The costs of a college education can be broken down into direct educational costs (tuition), living costs (room & meals), estimated costs for fees, books and supplies, and discretionary costs (transportation and personal expenses).

On campus housing is available for graduate students in the East Apartments. Prices are quoted here

2016-17 Tuition and Fees – Charleston

School of Business and Leadership

  • Master of Business Administration (MBA) – $25,000 plus $3,400 (to cover cost of mentoring and internship opportunities)
  • Master of Forensic Accounting (MFAcc) – $30,000 (includes all textbooks and course materials, as well as meals during on-campus sessions)
  • Master of Science in Strategic Leadership – $425 per credit hour

School of Pharmacy

  • Doctorate of Pharmacy – $29,172 per year; Fees are: $1,350 (excludes parking and graduation fees)

Physician Assistant Program

  • Master of Physician Assistant Studies (MPAS) – $11,220 per semester (7 semesters)

 

2016-17 Online – Beckley – Martinsburg

Online

Beckley

Martinsburg