Student Financial Services
Undergraduate Tuition & Fees

Fall 2015/Spring 2016

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT
Tuition and Required Fees Amount Estimate for
12 Hours or more
Tuition, per semester (12 hours or more)*

Less than 12 hours, per semester hour
$18,180.00

$1,515.00
$18,180.00
General Student Fee, 12 hours or more per semester

Less than 12 semester hours, per semester hour
$1,919.00

$160.00
$1,919.00
Course or Lab Fee, (minimum) varies per course $50.00 $100.00
Chapel Fee $70.00 $70.00
Matriculation Fee (1st time Freshmen and transfer undergraduate students only) $100.00 $100.00
Total required tuition and fees $20,369.00
Parking Permit, annual $350.00 $350.00
**7 Day All Access Meal Plan & $50 Dining Dollars, per semester $2,600.37 $2,600.37
***Residence hall room, per semester
(rates vary)
$3,080.00 $3,080.00
Total Estimate $26,399.37

* 2015-2016 Guaranteed Tuition, per semester (12 hours or more) - $18,945.00;
Less than 12 hours - $1,579.00 per semester hour
**For other meal plan rates, please visit Meal Plan Information & Cost.
***For other residence hall rates, please visit Campus Living and Learning.

OTHER FEES, if applicable

Applied Music Fee, per semester for one 30-minute lesson per week $287.00
Audit Fee, per course $287.00
(no charge to students paying the full flat tuition rate)
BearBucks™ varies
Change of Course Fee (student's request) $40.00
ID Card Replacement Fee $15.00
Installment Plan Fee, per semester $60.00
Yearbook $75.00
Late Payment Fee:
Charged if Payment Due is received after Due Date
$100.00
Late Registration Fee:
Charged if student registers on or after 1st class day
$100.00
Spring Parking Permit,
if not previously purchased in Fall
$225.00

For a list of 2015-2016 Undergraduate Tuition, Fees, Deposits, and Meal Plan Costs click here.

Total Cost of Attendance Information:

For financial aid purposes, the Cost of Attendance (COA), is an estimate of the total cost to attend Baylor University and includes both direct and indirect costs. Direct Costs are those billed by Baylor: tuition, fees and on-campus room and board for students who live on-campus. Indirect Costs are books, supplies, transportation, personal expenses and room and board for students who live off-campus or with a parent. To obtain detailed information regarding the 2015-2016 Cost of Attendance (COA), please CLICK HERE.