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2009-10 Undergraduate Tuition and Fees

Fall 2009/Spring 2010


Tuition and Required Fees


Estimate for
12 Hours or more

Tuition, per semester (12 hours or more)*

Less than 12 hours, per semester hour




General Student Fee, 12 hours or more per semester

Less than 12 semester hours, per semester hour




Laboratory/Course Fee, (minimum) varies per course



Chapel Fee



Matriculation Fee (1st time Freshmen and transfer undergraduate students only)



Total required tuition and fees


Vehicle Registration Fee, annual



The Works-16 Meal Plan, per semester



**Residence hall room , per semester community bath



Total Estimate


*2009-2010 Guaranteed Tuition, per semester (12 hours or more)$13,950
11 hours or less-$1,162.00 per semester hour

OTHER FEES, if applicable

Applied Music Fee, per semester for one 30-minute lesson per week


Audit Fee, per course

(no charge to students paying the full flat tuition rate)

Change of Course Fee (student's request)


Identification Card Replacement Fee


Installment Payment Plan Fee, per semester


Late Fee:
After Payment Due Date and before first class day
Beginning the first day of class

Study Abroad Fee (charged per hour for all courses held outside the United States)

$25.00/semester hr
$300.00 maximum per semester




Spring Vehicle Registration Fee,
if not previously purchased in Fall




**For other residence hall rates, please visit Campus Living and Learning.


All freshmen and all residents of Brooks Residential College are required to select from the Unlimited, the Works, the Classic, or the Block 225 meal plan. If you are a freshman or a resident of Brooks Residential College and do not select one of the required meal plans, you will automatically be placed into the Classic meal plan.

For meal plan purposes, “Freshmen” are high school graduates who have not attended higher education for either a fall or spring semester after their high school graduation. This classification covers the first academic year the student is enrolled at Baylor.

Students who complete college hours during high school, and/or attend another university during the summer, and matriculate at Baylor in the fall are deemed “Freshmen” for the fall and spring semesters. Students graduating from high school in December and matriculating at Baylor in the spring are considered “Freshmen” for only the spring semester.

The dining halls serve three meals per day Monday-Saturday. Breakfast and lunch only are served on Sunday. (Prices include 8.25% sales tax).

Reductions or Meal Plan drops may only be made through the second week of classes. No changes or drops will be permitted after January 22, 2010 for the Spring Semester '10. Any refunds or changes are calculated on a prorated basis and will be applied to any outstanding balance on your student account.

Prices per semester
Unlimited Meal Plan
The Block 225 Meal Plan & 75 Dining Dollars
The Works-16 Meal Plan & 100 Dining Dollars

The Classic-11 Meal Plan & 150 Dining Dollars


The Block 145 Meal Plan


The Basic-7 Meal Plan


The Socialite-5 Meal & 100 Dining Dollars

$ 855.59

Block 90 Meal Plan & 100 Dining Dollars

$ 827.44

The Light Eater-3 Meal & 250 Dining Dollars
$ 658.10
The Ivy Square Cafeteria 7 Meal Plan **

**The Ivy Square Cafeteria is open for the following meals and times ONLY:

Breakfast on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday is served from 7 AM to 8:30 AM.
Dinner on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday is served from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM.

The Ivy Square Meal Plan is available only at the Ivy Square Cafeteria, not at any other dining hall.
No other meal plan may be used at the Ivy Square Cafeteria.

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