Fall 2020 - Spring 2021

SCHEDULE OF TUITION AND FEES for Fall 2020 - Spring 2021
-- The Tuition & Fees Schedule is per semester and subject to change --
Tuition
Fees
Total
FULL-TIME UNDERGRADUATE
Resident
$2,738.50
$1,075.50
$3,814.00
Non-Resident
$7,974.50
$1,075.50
$9,050.00
PART-TIME UNDERGRADUATE (PER CREDIT)
Resident
$250.00
$69.25
$319.25
Non-Resident
$629.00
$69.25
$698.25
GRADUATE (PER CREDIT)
Resident
$455.00
$69.25
$524.25
Non-Resident
$894.00
$69.25
$963.25
ONLINE COURSES
Masters of Social Work (MSW)
$40,000
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
$30,000
HEALTH INSURANCE*
Full-Time Undergraduate (Mandatory)
Fall $475.00 Spring $595.00
Part-Time Undergraduate (Optional)
Fall $475.00 Spring $595.00
Graduate (Optional)
Fall $475.00 Spring $595.00
ROOM CHARGE
On Campus**
$3,348.00
Off Campus***
$4,226.00
RESIDENT
Silver Dining Plan
$2,149.00
COMMUTER MEAL PLANS
1,000-Dining Dollars
$900.00
750- Dining Dollars
$700.00
500-Dining Dollars
$470.00
250-Dining Dollars
$250.00

*A health insurance fee will be charged to all full-time undergraduate students. If a waiver is submitted and approved by the deadline, a credit in the same amount will be made to the student’s account.

**Students residing in university-managed housing must subscribe to the Silver Dining Plan. Students residing in Thurgood Marshall have two dining options: Silver or 1,000-Dinning Dollars.

***Off Campus University housing options have no meal plan requirement.

Note: All meal plans are available to commuter students.

Full-time undergraduates are charged for health insurance each semester upon registration. To receive a credit for the charge, students must request a waiver at www.morgan.edu/studentinsurance. For more information, call the University Health Center at 443-885-3236 or visit www.morgan.edu/healthservices. TUITION & FEES SCHEDULE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE Prepared by the Office of the Bursar.


Morgan State University reserves the right to provide some or all instruction and related academic activities through alternative methods of delivery (other than face to face), including remote/online delivery. It also reserves the right to change the method of delivery before or during any academic term in the event of a health or safety emergency or other circumstance when it determines that such change is necessary or in the best interests of the campus community. Tuition and fees will not be reduced or refunded if the University changes the delivery method during any period or all of an academic session.