See Student Fees and Charges below for current figures.
Payment of Tuition and Fees
Student accounts are billed each semester. Tuition statements are sent out electronically, and an e-mail is sent each time a bill is issued. Current account information – including charges, payments, and refund amounts – is available online at ysu.edu/viewmybill. Tuition statements may also be printed from this site
Students are expected to have their student accounts in a paid status prior to attending the first class meeting for a term. In order to have a student account in a "paid status," students must be either paid in full for the term or officially signed up and paid the first payment on the approved payment plan. Late and/or partial payments are subject to late payment fee assessment.
You are strongly encouraged to pay your bill online at ysu.edu/viewmybill.
You may also make payment:
* in person at the payment windows on the second floor of Meshel Hall. Cashier Hours are Monday through Friday 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
*via the payment drop box also located on the second floor of Meshel Hall (check only, no cash) or
*by mail to: Youngstown State University, Attention Office of University Bursar, One University Plaza, Youngstown, OH 44555 (check only, please do not mail cash). Please make checks payable to Youngstown State University.
You may pay by online by echeck (no additional charge) or with Visa, MasterCard, or Discover. Effective July 1, 2012, there is a 2.75% convenience fee minimum of $3.00 for payments made by credit card.
If you deliver a check in person, mail it, or place it in the payment drop box, you authorize us to convert that check to an electronic Automated Clearing House (ACH) transaction. That check will then appear on your monthly bank statement as an Electronic Debit. If you do not wish to have your paper check converted to an ACH, you must present it in person or select an alternative payment method (for instance, credit card).
A payment plan is also available that will allow you to spread your payments out over a longer period. Payment plan enrollment must be processed online and requires an initial payment at the time of enrollment. There is a fee for enrollment in the payment plan, and late payments are subject to late payment fee assessment.
Students are solely responsible for timely payment of their tuition and fees. In the event that the account becomes past due, the University reserves the right to withhold services (e.g., transcripts, diplomas, registration, and other University services) until the past-due balance is paid in full. If full payment cannot be obtained, then the delinquent balance must be turned over to the Ohio Attorney General's Collection Enforcement Office for collection and it will be reported to the Credit Bureau. Once an account becomes delinquent, the student will be required to pay in advance of registering for subsequent terms. An account turned over to the Attorney General will incur interest and collection expenses which must be paid before any of the adverse sanctions can be removed.
Your enrollment at the University creates a contract between you and YSU. If you choose not to attend the University, you must officially withdraw from all courses by the 14th day to receive 100% refund or reduction of charges (see refund policy below). All days of the week are counted, including weekends and holidays, to determine the 14th day. Please be advised that all University offices are not open on weekends and holidays; thus, online withdrawal may be required.
If you decide to withdraw from the University once you have enrolled, you must access the registration functions through the MyYSU Portal.
The Board of Trustees of Youngstown State University has pledged to make every effort to keep the required fees as low as is consistent with providing quality education. It is intended that fees not be adjusted more often than annually and that fee changes be announced in the spring or early summer. The Board of Trustees does, however, reserve the right to change any fee, charge, or fine without notice if conditions warrant.
See Students Fees and Charges. An explanation of each follows.
The sum of the instructional fee, the general fee, and the information services fee constitutes tuition.
This fee is assessed to all students each term. The rate is per academic semester hour of credit for one to 12 credits or for more than 18 credits; it is a flat rate for students registering for 12 to 18 credits during one term. Students registering for 18 or more credits pay the flat rate plus the per-credit rate for each credit over 18. This fee supplements the state subsidy and is a source of revenue for the University's educational and general fund.
Students may audit courses (i.e., register to take a course without receiving credit). The fee for auditing a course is the same as if the course were taken for credit.
This fee is also assessed to all students each term; the rate depends upon the number of credits registered for. This fee is for non-instructional services such as Kilcawley Center, intercollegiate athletics, intramural sports, performing artists and lecture programs, student government..
Non-Resident Tuition Surcharges
As noted above, all students pay the instructional fee, the general fee, and the information services fee. Those students who are not legal residents of Ohio must pay a surcharge in addition. Students who are residents of the Affordable Tuition Advantage area pay a lesser surcharge than do students who are legal residents of other states and/or areas. The Affordable Tuition Advantage area includes the counties of Chautauqua, New York; Armstrong, Clarion, Fayette, Forest, Greene, Indiana, Jefferson, and Warren counties in Pennsylvania; and Brooke, Hancock, Marshall, and Ohio counties in West Virginia. Also included Pennsylvania counties of: Allegheny, Beaver, Butler, Crawford, Erie, Lawrence, Mercer, Venango, Washington, and Westmoreland.
Information Services Fee
This fee is charged to all students each term. It is applied on a per-credit basis to provide information technology infrastructure and services across campus, including the new Student Information Systems, wireless connectivity, classroom technology, and a continuous strengthening and securing of the computing and networking environment. It provides support for technology enhancements and initiatives contained within the IT Master Plan, supporting the vision to keep pace with an evolving, interactive, student-centered and collaborative electronic learning environment.
Course Book and Supply Fee
This fee represents the cost for an eBook used in designated course(s).
This fee is designed to recognize the differential cost of instruction among colleges. Examples of use include research instrumentation, enhanced teaching equipment, specialized software, specialized information resources (databases), maintenance and repair of capital equipment, technical and laboratory personnel support, and lab and instructional space upgrades.
Credit by Examination Fee
A fee is charged for each course for an individual examination provided by an academic department to determine whether a student can be given academic credit for his or her knowledge of the course material. The fee must be paid before the test can be taken. This fee is charged on a per-credit basis.
This nonrefundable fee is assessed when students apply to graduate to cover costs associated with graduation. If a student defers graduation and has paid the fee, the payment remains valid for the two academic terms following the term of application. Should a student graduate with more than one degree at a time, the fee will only be charged once.
GRADUATE CONSORTIAL PROGRAM MFA
The Northeastern Ohio Universities Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing is offered in a consortium of the four public universities of Northeast Ohio: the University of Akron, Cleveland State University, Kent State University, and Youngstown State University. The partnership program aligns with the missions of all four institutions to offer graduate programs that meet clearly defined regional needs. The hourly tuition rate is calculated annually based on the highest general fund and the highest instructional fee between the four institutions, approved by the fiscal representatives, and approved by the boards of trustees at each institution. The tuition collected supports the administration and the instructional offerings of the program through a revenue sharing model.
GRADUATE CONSORTIAL PROGRAM MPH
The Consortium of Eastern Ohio Master of Public Health (CEOMPH) Program is a provided cooperatively by the University of Akron, Cleveland State University, Northeast Ohio Medical University, and Youngstown State University. Rates of current graduate students for each partner, the rates of other MPH programs and annual increases are considered each year. Tuition and fees are recommended annually by the Fiscal Issues Committee and approved by the Governing Counsel and the boards of trustees at each participating institution. The tuition collected supports the administration and the instructional offerings of the program through a revenue sharing model.
GRADUATE WORKSHOPS SPECIAL TUITION RATES
The workshop rate is charged for workshop credit for courses taught off-site and by approved and qualified faculty who are paid by another agency.
NURSE ANESTHETIST PROGRAM SURCHARGE
This fee is charged to students in the CRNA track of the M.S.N. degree to cover costs deemed necessary for specialize equipment and training pertinent to training in anesthesia. The partnership between Youngstown State University and St. Elizabeth Health Center School for Nurse Anesthetists outlines this arrangement. The Board of Directors of the School sets this fee and it is approved by the board of trustees.
Honors College Fee
This fee is used to offset programmatic funding needs such as Honors College Retreat, Academic Journal, student travel to the National Collegiate Honors Council annual conference and to support co-curricular, senior medallions, volunteer, and community service projects. The fee maybe also used for facility needs.
COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS INSTRUCTIONAL FEE
Fees for CCP are aligned with the state of Ohio’s default CCP tuition structure. The fee the district pays to YSU is calculated based upon a percentage of the State ADM, which is paid to the district by the State of Ohio. There is a "floor", "middle", and "ceiling". At YSU, the State default floor is the charge for classes taught in the high school by credentialed high school teachers. The middle rate is for classes taught at the high school by paid YSU faculty. The ceiling is the tuition for classes taught online or on campus. The fee is usually paid by the school district if the course is taken for both high school and college credit, though there are exceptions. If the student only wants college credit, they self-pay.
YOUNGSTOWN EARLY COLLEGE
Early College High School students pay a reduced fee in virtue of the school district's limited resources and the University and community's interest in promoting college attendance and completion for first-generation students in Youngstown.
PENGUIN JUMP START
This program allows incoming freshmen who meet the established criteria to take up to six semester hours of specific courses at a significant tuition reduction during the summer term preceding their first fall semester. This enables them to get a jump start toward graduation.
DISTANCE EDUCATION LEARNING FEES
As noted above, all students pay the instructional fee, the general fee, and the information services fee. Those students who are not legal residents of Ohio must pay a surcharge in addition. This fee is to offset to cost of technology and support needed to support fully online programs.
Late Add Fee
Late adds will be granted on an exceptional basis only and there will be a late-add fee assessed for each course added after the add deadline. This fee is nonrefundable and cannot be appealed.
Late Application for Graduation
Application for Graduation must be submitted within the first three weeks of the term. Applications submitted after this date will be assessed a non-refundable late fee.
Late Payment Fees
Payment of a bill received after the due date results in assessment of a late payment fee. All fees and charges billed must be paid in full. Partial payments will result in assessment of a late fee. Payment plan participants who do not pay their scheduled payment amount by the due date are also subject to assessment of a late payment fee.
Late Registration Fee
A fee is charged a currently enrolled student who fails to register for the next term at the assigned time and later registers at the time assigned new or returning students.
This fee is charged to all students each term registered for six or more credit hours in courses designated as on-campus. This fee will allow students to receive a parking permit (at no additional charge). Students must request the permit via MyYSU portal; the permit will give them unlimited access to shuttle service and admission into designated parking areas. The transportation fee supports the operating and maintenance costs of campus parking facilities, roadways and sidewalks, as well as student shuttle service. The fee does not guarantee an available space in any particular lot. Some facilities are restricted (e.g. for students only, for faculty and staff only, or resident hall residents only). The current Driving and Parking Regulations pamphlet and parking lot map should be consulted. The transportation fee is refundable only if the student has less than 6 credit hours (in courses designated as on-campus courses) by the last day of the 100% tuition refund period AND they return the permit access card and validation sticker within five days of either the withdrawal date or the last date of the 100% tuition refund period-whichever is earlier. The transportation fee is non-refundable after the 100% tuition refund period and cannot be appealed.
Optional Parking Fee
This fee is optional each term for students registered for less than six credit hours in courses designated as on-campus. This fee is charged, upon request of the parking permit via MyYSU portal – and will appear on students' accounts as a "parking fee." The "optional" fee and parking permit will also allow the student to have unlimited access to shuttle service. Students requesting the parking permit after the 14th day of the term will not have the permit issued or shuttle services made available until payment of the fee. The fee supports the operating and maintenance costs of campus parking facilities, roadways and sidewalks, as well as student shuttle service. The fee does not guarantee an available space in any particular lot. Some facilities are restricted (e.g. for students only, for faculty and staff only, or resident hall residents only). The current Driving and Parking Regulations pamphlet and parking lot map should be consulted. The fee is refundable only if the student returns the permit access card, validation sticker, and has less than six credit hours in courses designated as on-campus within five days of either the withdrawal date or the last date of the 100% tuition refund period, whichever is earlier. This fee is non-refundable after the 100% tuition refund period and cannot be appealed.
A daily fee is charged anyone without a permit who wishes to park in facilities designated for cash business. Persons other than employees and students who are on campus for a short period of time to conduct business may park in one of the visitors' lots if space is available.
Performance Music Fee
This fee is charged in addition to the regular tuition. It is assessed students taking music lessons and is applied on a per-credit basis.
All first-time students will be assessed a non-refundable processing/matriculation fee to cover costs incurred for the use of University facilities, the development of publications, and other program/registration costs. Students are able to pay the fee by using the invoice located in their orientation packet or it will be billed electronically. If a student decides not to attend the University, he/she is still responsible for paying this fee.
Proficiency Examination Fee
A fee is charged for an examination provided by an academic department to determine a student's proficiency for some reason other than assignment of academic credit. If academic credit is to be awarded, the credit by examination fee applies and not this fee.
SPECIAL PURPOSE FEES
- Bachelor of Science in Engineering
This program fee supports the office of professional practice which coordinates internships and co-ops.
- Bachelor of Arts in Telecommunications Studies
The Telecommunication Studies program fee is charged to offset the cost of production facilities and equipment, including a television studio, field equipment and other production technology. The fee is used to upgrade equipment to current industry standards.
- Honors College Fee
This fee is used to offset programmatic funding needs such as the Honors College student retreat, Academic Journal, student travel to the National Collegiate Honors Council annual conference, and support for co-curricular, senior medallions, volunteer, and community service projects. The fee maybe also used for facility needs.
- Master of Early Childhood Education
This fee covers expenses of recruiting and delivering instruction.
- MBA Program Fee
The MBA Program Fee supports the design and delivery of the MBA program, and MBA activities and services that contribute to the success of MBA students.
- Performance Music Fee
The Music Performance Fee This fee offsets the cost of maintaining the programs and facilities of the Dana School of Music including the purchase and repair of equipment, rental of performance venues, recording and archiving of Dana events, and other expenses. The performance fee helps us provide the best possible experience for our students and follow standards set by the National Association of Schools of Music. This program fee is charged in addition to regular tuition.
- BCOE Regional Delivery Fee
A program fee used to cover expenses of delivering programs to cohorts studying at off-campus locations.
- Studio Art
This fee enables the Department of Art to strategically plan for essential equipment upgrades and investment in new technologies that drive development and implementation of innovative curriculum including the purchase of large and costly equipment and digital technologies. As new processes and directions emerge in contemporary art, the Department of Art must introduce new and innovative instructional art making options into the curriculum to remain enrollment competitive with regional and national peer institutions.
Technology/Laboratory Materials Fee
This fee is designed to partially offset expenses associated with courses that make use of supplies, equipment or personnel support beyond that associated with typical lecture courses. Examples include chemical supplies, engineering equipment, computers, software, and lab monitors. In addition, the First Year Materials Fee is designed to partially offset expenses associated with Campus Sexual Violence Elimination (SaVe) Act training, Career assessment materials and training sessions with Career Services, Financial Aid materials and training sessions with Financial Aid, Content and programming for a common intellectual experience including speakers and campus-wide events, Other materials, handouts, and software related to common elements of first year experience courses.
The University Office of Testing supervises a variety of special tests used for admission to college, graduate, or professional schools. The fees are established by the agencies responsible for the tests. Students are advised to contact the Testing Office for information and to make reservations.
Transfer Matriculation Fee
All new transfer students will be assessed a non-refundable processing/matriculation fee to cover costs incurred for the use of University facilities, the development of publications, and other program/registration costs. Students cannot prepay this charge; it will be billed electronically. If a student decides not to attend the University, he/she is still responsible for paying this fee.
Undergraduate Application Fee
This fee is charged to every new applicant for admission. This fee is non-refundable. Former students do not have to pay to apply for re-admission.
Computer-Based Placement Re-Test Fee
A nonrefundable fee is charged each time a computer-based placement test is retaken.
Identification Card Replacement Charge
A nonrefundable charge is made for replacement of an ID card.
Payment Plan Enrollment Fee
A nonrefundable fee is charged for enrollment in the payment plan. All tuition and fees are due in full by the payment due date unless the student enrolls in the payment plan.
Physical Education Activity Charge
Certain activity courses (e.g. bowling, skiing, ice skating, scuba diving) are available only upon the payment of a charge sufficient to cover the cost of the facility or transportation. These charges are set by the operator of the facility, are paid by the student to that operator (not to the University), and are in addition to any other applicable fee.
University housing is available for the academic year and summer terms. The academic year contract includes fall and spring terms. Charges are billed each semester. The housing contract includes room and full meal plan. In addition to the charge for service, a security deposit is required. Payment and refunds are as scheduled in the housing contract. Meal plans are also available for students who are not residents in University Housing.
PC Remediation Service Fee
Fee assessed for removal of all spyware and viruses from the PC and for installing the most current updates to applications and the operating system to help reduce the risk of future attacks. The first two PC remediation services are provided free of charge to current YSU students; the fee only applies to remediation performed beyond the first two free services.
Data Recovery Service Fee
Fee assessed to recover data and/or transfer data that was successfully recovered onto a media device provided by the students i.e. flash drive, hard drive, or DVD. No fee assessed unless some or all of the data is recovered. Note: If it is necessary to remove the hard drive from the PC in order to recover data, the Tech Desk will NOT be able to perform the service, and no fee will be charged to the student.
Returned Check, ACH (Electronic Check), or Credit Card Charge
A charge is levied on anyone whose check, ACH, or charge is returned unpaid by the bank. If any late payment results therefrom, the applicable fee is also assessed. Failure to pay billing of return check, ACH, and/or charge within six days; and/or a second check, ACH, or charge return will result in the University not accepting this type of payment at any of its collection points and may subject the student to financial suspension for the term.
Student Locker Rental
A limited number of lockers are available in various buildings for the convenience of commuting students. Locker payments and assignments are made in Kilcawley Center.
A charge is made for each copy of a master's thesis bound by the William F. Maag, Jr. Library.
Transcript of Credits Charge
There is a charge for normal transcript processing requests as well as rush or overnight express requests issued by the Office of Records. Transcripts will not be issued for anyone with outstanding debts owed to the University.
Parking Violation Fine
Parking without a permit, parking in unauthorized areas and other offenses as identified in the Parking Regulations brochure will result in the issuance of a citation against the vehicle and its owner, or against the student responsible for the vehicle (e.g., a student driving a parent's car). Payment of a fine removes the citation. In certain cases, vehicles may be towed. See Parking Violations for detailed information.
Fines are assessed for failure to return books on time as stipulated or for the unauthorized removal of a reserved book. Willful damage or defacement of library materials or other property is a violation of state law and is punished as such.
Student Code of Conduct Violation
Fines may be assessed to students who have violated the Student Code of Conduct. These fines can be assessed by the Student Conduct Administrator or the Student Conduct Board after a disciplinary hearing. For a complete list of the possible fines that could be assessed to a student who is found responsible, please visit the Student Conduct Office website at www.ysu.edu/administrative-offices/student-conduct/art-iv-sect-g.
Reduction/Refund of Fees and Charges Upon Withdrawal
To withdraw from a single course, or from all courses (complete withdrawal), it is necessary to access the registration functions online via the MyYSU Portal – Registration. It is the student's responsibility to confirm that the withdrawal was correctly processed, and the course(s) is (are) deleted. Nonattendance of class, or notification to the instructor or department, does not constitute official withdrawal.
Effective Summer 2009, if a student is permitted to withdraw from the University or if a student reduces his or her academic load, a refund of the tuition charge, and the nonresident tuition surcharge, where applicable, shall be made in conformity with the following schedule for regularly scheduled courses:
Note: For a complete withdrawal from any term, all applicable fees, fines, and penalties will be deducted from any refunds. If fees were paid by scholarship, loan or grant-in-aid, the appropriate credit will be issued to the fund from which the initial payment was made. Student accounts paid with financial aid may be subject to a financial aid repayment. No refunds will be issued until after the 15th day of the term.
If the student withdraws after the prescribed time limits (as indicated above), all tuition and other applicable fees and charges are forfeited.
If fees were paid by scholarship, loan or grant-in-aid, the appropriate credit is issued to the fund from which the initial payment was made. Refunds are calculated for Title IV recipients who completely withdraw during the first 60% of the semester.
Title IV financial aid funds are awarded to a student under the assumption that the student will attend school for the entire period for which the assistance was awarded. If a student completely withdraws on or before the 60% point in time of the period of enrollment, calculated using calendar days, a portion of the federal aid awarded (Federal Pell, SEOG, Perkins Loans, Direct Loans, and PLUS Loans – but not Federal Work Study) may need to be returned according to the provisions of the Higher Education Amendments of 1998. This recalculation may result in the student's owing a balance to Youngstown State University and/or the federal Department of Education.
Any withdrawal, or reduction in academic hours after the schedule outlined above will not be entitled to a reduction of charges and/or refund unless an Application for Involuntary Withdrawal is submitted and approved by the Fees and Charges Appeal Board. All decisions made by this board are final and binding.
If a student withdraws for reasons beyond his or her control (e.g., illness, military service, job transfer, or shift change imposed by the employer that creates a direct conflict with the class schedule), the fee charges may be reduced in proportion to the number of weeks enrolled, upon submission and approval of an application for involuntary withdrawal.
An application for involuntary withdrawal can be processed only for courses in which the student has already received a grade of "W" (withdrawn). Applications for involuntary withdrawal will be considered only for terms falling within the immediately preceding one-year time period (3 semesters). Appeals pertaining to terms beyond this one-year time limit will not be accepted. All applications for involuntary withdrawal must be documented, and are processed only by mail on forms provided by Office of University Bursar. Address such correspondence to:
Fees and Charges Appeals Board
c/o University Bursar
Youngstown State University
One University Plaza
Youngstown, OH 44555
Title IV Credit Balance Refunds
Title IV students who meet all eligibility requirements at least 10 days before the start of a payment period and whose funds could have been disbursed and those disbursed funds would have created a Title IV credit balance will receive a refund no later than the seventh day of the payment period. The amount of the refund will be the lesser of the amount of the presumed credit balance or the amount needed to purchase books and supplies as determined by Youngstown State University. Refunds are sent as direct deposit to the student's bank account. A direct deposit profile must be set up via the MyYSU portal. Checks to the current address will be sent if no direct deposit is set up.
Student Fees and Charges
Effective Fall 2017
(Instructional Fee, General Fee, and Information Services fees are required of all students except where noted).
|1 to 11||$429.25||per credit hour|
|12 to 18 credits||$5,151.00||per semester|
|Credits over 18||$429.25||per credit hour|
|Master of Fine Arts||$541.00||per credit hour|
|Master of Public Health||$576.00||per credit hour|
Graduate Workshops Special Tuition Rates:
|In-State Participant||$155.16||per credit hour|
|Non-Regional Participant||$165.46||per credit hour|
|1 to 11 credits||$429.25||per credit hour|
|12 to 18 credits||$5,151.00||per semester|
|Credits over 18||$429.25||per credit hour|
Nurse Anesthetist Program Surcharge $ 2,895.29 per semester
|1 to 11 credits||$56.97||per credit hour|
|12 to 18 credits||$683.64||per semester|
|Credits over 18||$56.97||per credit hour|
|1 to 11 credits||$10.00||per credit our|
|12 to 18 credits||$120.00||per semester|
|Credits over 18||$10.00||per credit hour|
Non-Resident Tuition Surcharge Information (As noted above, all students pay the instructional fee, the general fee, and the information services fee. Those students who are not legal residents of Ohio must pay an additional non-resident tuition surcharge. Students who are residents of the Affordable Tuition Advantage area pay a lesser surcharge than do students who are legal residents of other states and or areas. The Affordable Tuition Advantage Area includes the New York counties of Chautauqua; Pennsylvania counties of Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Clarion, Crawford, Erie, Fayette, Forest, Greene, Indiana, Jefferson, Lawrence, Mercer, Venango, Warren, Washington, Westmoreland; and West Virginia counties of Brooke, Hancock, Marshall, and Ohio.
|1 to 11 credits||$15.00||per credit hour|
|12-18 credits||$180.00||per semester|
|Credits over 18||$15.00||per credit hour|
Non-Regional Service Area Surcharge Graduate and Undergraduate: (Includes on-campus students who are out of state and out of the Affordable Tuition Area)
|1 to 11 credits||$250.00||per credit hour|
|12 to 18 credits||$3,000.00||per semester|
|Credits over 18||$250.00||per credit hour|
Distance Learning Out of State Fees (Includes students who are enrolled in distance education programs who are out of state and out of the Affordable Tuition Area).
Undergraduate and Graduate 12-18 credit hours bulk rate
Undergraduate and Graduate 1-11 credit hours and over 18 credit hours
Room and Board per academic year: $9,090 (Payable as follows: $4,545.00 Fall semester, and $4,545.00 Spring semester
Residence Hall Security Deport - Paid First Semester $200.00(If a resident does not stay through Spring semester, the $200 deposit is forfeited.)
Single Room Surcharge $ 900.00 per semester
Student Housing during academic breaks
1 to 3 days (no meals, per day) $ 26.00
Per week (includes 7 meals per week) $ 205.00
Summer Room and Board (includes 10 meals per week) $ 260.00
Apartments (room only, per person, per week) $ 205.00
Meal Plan Options
Voluntary Board Plan (students not in University housing) please call Dining Services at Ext. 3391.
Weller House Apartments (per academic year -room only)
Two Bedroom family unit $ 10,000.00
One bedroom single unit $ 8,000.00
Shared apartments with single bedrooms $ 7,000.00
Courtyard Apartments (room only, per person)
- 1 Bed / 1 Bath $805 per month
- 2 Bed / 2 Bath $680 per month
- 4 Bed / 2 Bath $590 per month
|Check Replacement Fee||$25.00|
|Career Service fee -Freshman & Sophomore per credit hour||$ 1.75|
|Career Service fee - Junior & Senior per credit hour||$2.75|
|Child Preschool Laboratory Fee||$150.00|
|College Level Examination Program Test Fee (C.L.E.P.)||$25.00|
|College Over Sixty Registraiton Fee||$5.00|
|Computer-Based Placement Re-Test||$20.00 per test|
|Counseling Prep Comprehensive Exam (CPCE)||$40.00|
|Lab & Materials Fee Level 1||$35.00 per course|
|Lab & Materials Fee Level 2||$50.00 per course|
|Lab & Materials Fee Level 3||$65.00 per course|
|Lab & Materials Fee Level 4||$300.00 per course|
|Lab & Materials Fee Level 7||$20.00 per course|
|Lab & Materials Fee Level 8||$85.00 per course|
|Lab & Materials Fee Level 9||$25.00 per course|
|Lab & Materials Fee Level 10||$200.00 per course|
|Lab & Materials Fee Level 11||$350.00 per course (cooperative charge)|
|Lab & Materials Fee Level 12||$300.00 per course|
|Lab & Materials Fee Level 13||$100.00 per course|
|First Year Experience (Undergrad Only)||$35.00 per course|
Credit by Examination $ 20.00 per credit hour
(Credit awarded for courses based upon the successful completion of a test administered by an academic department at Y S U. The course title appears on the transcript but no grade is listed)
|Credit Card Convenience Fee (student accounts only)||2.75% minimum $3.00|
|Duplicate Diploma Fee||$40.00|
|Equipment & Materials Replacment Fee||$ Market Value|
|Federal Background Check||$28.00|
|Finger Printing Fee (per occurrence)||$37.00|
|Graduation fee late application (after 3rd wk. of term)||$38.50|
|Graduate student admissions application fee||$45.00|
|Installment payment plan fee||$45.00 maximum|
|International Graduate Student Credential Evaluation||$45.00|
|International Student Heath Insurance (pass-thru, set by insurance carrier||$ Variable|
|Internal Revenue Service/1098T IRS penalty for incorrect name/SSN match||$100.00|
|Late payment fee||$50.00 for each month account past due|
|Late registration fee||$75.00|
|Late class add fee||$50.00 per course|
|Ohio Attorney General payment/collection fee||$ Variable|
|Parking & Transportation Fees:||Mandatory if enrolled in 6 or more credit hours on campus|
|Students, Fall/Spring Terms||$115.00|
|Students, Summer Term||$58.00|
|Parking Permits:||optional if enrolled 0-5 credit hours|
|Students, Fall/Spring Terms||$155.00|
|Students, Summer Term||$78.00|
|Parking per day without permit||$5.00|
|Processing/Matriculation Fee (Undergraduate)||$110.00|
|Processing/Matriculation Fee (Transfer Students)||$35.00|
|PC Data Recovery Service Fee||$100 per occurrence|
|PC Remediaiton service fee 9if 3 or more occurrences per sem)||$75.00|
|Peace Officer Training Academy fee||$300.00||per semester|
|Photo ID replacement charge||$25.00|
|Physical Therapy Doctoral Acceptance Deposit||$500.00|
|Proficiency Examination||$45.00||per course|
|Bachelor of Science in Engineering||$50.00||per semester|
|Bachelor of Arts in Telecommunications Studies||$35.00||per course|
|Art Usage Fee||$29.00||per course|
|Performance Music Fee||$75.00||per credit|
|MBA Program Fee||$50.00||per credit|
|Master in Early Childhood Education (per credit hour)||$30.00||per credit|
|Web-Based Course fee (Distance Learning Fee)||$75.00||per course|
|Reading Tutoring Fee||$38.00||per course|
|Return check or Credit Card Fee||$30.00|
|Rich Autism Center Pre-School Programs||$125.00||per week|
|Student Locker Rental||$25.00||per week|
|Student Health Insurance||Go To: https://cms.ysu.edu/administrative-offices/student-health/student-health|
|Study Abroad Fee:||$75.00|
|Transcript Rush Fee||$12.00||same day processing, US mail or in person|
|Transcript Rush Fee||$35.00||overnight express|
|Undergraduate Admissoins Applicaiton Fee (first-time applicant)||$45.00|
|Undergraduate Admissions Applicaiton fee (former student returning||***sctable11***.00|
|Youngstown Early College (per credit hour)||$106.00|
|Youngstown Early College (full time bulk rate, 12-18 cr. hrs)||$1,272.00|
Parking Violations: Class 1 – Minor violations: 1st offense $25; 2nd offense $30; 3rd offense $35
Class 2 – Major violations $100 - Class 3 – Legal violations $150
For more information go to Parking Violations Information.
MAGG Library & Curriculum Resource Center Fines & Fees
Overdue charges and loan periods differ by type of materials:
- Most Library Books, CDs, Videos: No daily fines. At (15) days past due: $10.00 processing fee plus the item replacement cost.
- OhioLINK Materials: Fine $0.50 per day to a maximum of $15.00, plus a $35.00 processing fee and $75.00 item replacement cost.
- Reserves, MMC All Other, CRC Non-Print: $0.55 per hour/day to a maximum of $11.00, plus a $10.00 processing fee and the item replacement cost.
For further Circulation policy details, visit MAAG Circulation Policy.
Student Fines for Violations of the Student Code of Conduct
Failure to attend Student conduct Conference of Hearing $25.00; Failure to complete a disciplinary sanction $25.00; Restitution for lost/stolen/damaged property while in possession $50 plus restitution.
Substance Abuse Violation: 1st Offense $75.00; 2nd Of fence $125.00; 3rd Offense $175.00.
Drug/controlled substance use/possession/unauthorized prescription drug: 1st Offense $100.00; 2nd Offense $150.00; 3rd + Offense $250.00
Serious Violations of The Student Code of Conduct: Violent/threatening behavior $150.00; Theft $150.00; Weapons $150.00; Drug sales/distribution $250.00; Other fines corresponding to the nature of the violation up to $250.00
THE UNIVERSITY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CHANGE ANY FEE WITHOUT NOTICE.