Explanation of Required Fees
The following is a list of the required fees per Connecticut State Colleges & Universities Board of Regents for Higher Education:
Required Fees for Full Time Students
State University Fee
This fee is used to support the costs associated with the maintaining and repairing of student facilities (building) such as residence halls and the student center.
This fee supports the operational costs associated with intercollegiate athletics, student center, student ID, accident insurance, parking facilities, and shuttle bus services.
This fee supports student media publications and organizations such as student newspaper, student literary magazine, and student radio station.
Student Activity Fee
This fee is used to support university recognized clubs, and student center programs and functions.
This fee is used to provide mandatory health insurance coverage for those full-time students who do not have medical insurance.
This fee is used to cover the costs (personnel, food, residence halls, materials, etc.) associated with both the New Student and Transfer Student Orientations. The costs of running these programs are incurred regardless of the number of students who choose to attend, and the fee cannot be waived for students who opt not to attend. The orientation fee is also used to cover New Students Welcome Weekend events (for all new first-year and new transfer students living on campus), the Transfer Student Welcome Event, and other orientation-related programs such as the Family Mentor Program for transfer students and the "Owl to Owl" book of advice and tips for all incoming students.
Required Fees for Part Time Students
Includes undergraduate/graduate, eLearning, MBA, MLS and EdD programs. This is the tuition portion of the combined Part Time Tuition/Fee charges which are considered part of the overall cost of the educational and instructional expenses associated with the part-time courses.
General University Fee
This is the fee portion of the combined Part Time Tuition/Fee charges which are considered part of the overall cost of the educational and instructional expenses associated with the part-time courses.
These fees (Summer/Wintersession/Spring Break) support the educational and instructional expenses associated with the part-time courses.