Tuition and Fees
Extended Studies Tuition and FeesTo pay for a course you registered for, login to myUCCS Student Portal to access your account balance in the Financials section. For instructions on how to pay, visit Extended Studies Payment Information.
If your account balance is not yet listed in myUCCS Student Portal, view Account Balance Availabilitydate.
Online Program Tuition and Fees:
|College/Program||Cost**||Additional Fees||Cost**||Additional Fees|
|College of Business|
|Master of Business Administration (3 credits)||$2,298||$100||$766/credit||$100|
|College of Nursing & Health Sciences (Beth-El)|
|College of Education|
|College of Engineering & Applied Sciences|
|Graduate||$1,912 (3 credits)||$106||$750/credit||$106|
|College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences|
|School of Public Affairs|
|Graduate||$556/credit||$106||$1,836 (3 credits)||$106|
***$100 Blackboard Fee (where applicable), plus $2 per credit hour SIS administrative fee
All other Extended Studies Tuition and Fees:Extended Studies offers a variety of courses (high school concurrent, remedial, professional development and personal enrichment) with varied tuition rates, please check with the course/program director for specific tuition details of your course.
Beginning in August 2013, a service fee on credit card/debit card transactions in the amount of 2.75% of the credit card/debit card payment will be charged on your student account. Visit Bursar Officefor additional information.
UCCS Billing System
Course Registrations BEFORE Payment-In-Full Due Date Payment Options:
- Enroll in the 3-Pay Deferred Payment Plan, if balance is over $500.
Visit myUCCS Portal to enroll. 3-Pay Deferred Payment Plan fee is $35 (non-refundable) due on the census date.
Course Registrations AFTER Payment-In-Full Due Date Payments:Registrations after the first payment deadline date must be paid in full within 24 business hours of registration and when the balance appears on the account.
|Summer 2013||Fall 2013|
|Account Balance Available in myUCCS Student Portal||May 21, 2013||August 2013|
|CENSUS DATE: Payment-In-Full Due OR 1st of Deferred Payment Plan:
By 5:00 pm on this date, you must pay for Extended Studies courses in-full (Postmarks will NOT be honored)
you must enroll in a 3-Pay Deferred Payment Plan in myUCCS Portal. 1st payment and $35 enrollment fee due.
|June 17, 2013||September 12, 2013|
|2nd Payment Due of 3-Pay Deferred Payment Plan:
You can enroll in a Payment Plan at the myUCCS Portal prior to the Payment-in-Full Deadline date above. If you do, the second payment for this plan is due by this date.
|-||October 12, 2013|
|Final Payment Due of 3-Pay Deferred Payment Plan:
For all students who are on a deferred payment plan for their Extended Studies courses, you must pay your total balance in-full by this date (Postmarks will NOT be honored).
|July 17, 2013||November 12, 2013|
Short Courses:Courses that meet less than 8 weeks or start before the term or after census date -- have special drop and refund deadlines.
Short course deadlines are determined by prorating the normal term deadlines by the number of weeks the course meets. Students can see the deadlines in their student portal, after they register for the courses, by clicking on the calendar icon in their class schedule.
Third Party Payments:For Third Party Payments, a letter of authorization authorizing the university to bill a sponsor for tuition or related expenses must be filled out: Letter of Authorization-Third Party Sponsorship (.doc).
For further details about Student Debt Management, Third Party Payments, Credit Card Service Fee, etc, visit: www.uccs.edu/bursar.
Disbursement/RefundsStudents will be allowed to drop and add of their own accord through the course census date (last date to drop). Drop and add deadlines can be found on the course Academic Calendar Deadlines in the myUCCS Portal.
After census date, the instructor's and dean's signatures (of the college offering the course) are required for adds. Adds after the course census date will be charged a $25 late registration fee.
After census date courses may not be dropped unless there are circumstances clearly beyond the student's control (accident, illness, etc.). In addition to the instructor's approval, the dean of the college offering the course must approve the drop.
There are no refunds on individual courses dropped after the course census date.
For appeals, a submission must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org which will then be forwarded to the dean for approval.