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FY19 Tuition and Fee Schedule

Brookings Campus Tuition

Brookings Campus Tuition (1)

UndergraduateCost Per Credit Hour
Resident$248.35
State Employee, ROTC, Teacher Certification$124.15
Over Sixty-Five$136.60
Remedial (7)$340.05
Western Undergraduate Exchange (2)$360.50
Nonresident$360.50
Child of Alumni (3)$248.35
Iowa (4)$248.35
Nebraska (4)$248.35
Minnesota Reciprocity - SU2018$270.35
Minnesota Reciprocity - FA2018 SP2019 SU 2019$269.00
GraduateCost Per Credit Hour
Resident$326.05
State Employee, ROTC, Teacher Certification$163.00
Graduate Assistant$0.00
Over Sixty-Five$179.35
Nonresident$626.85
Nonresident Graduate Assistant$0.00
Minnesota Reciprocity -SU2018$448.75
Minnesota Reciprocity - FA2018 SP2019 SU 2019$467.65
Western Regional Graduate Program (5)$326.05
Pharmacy & Allied Health Programs (6)Cost
Resident - Per Semester$4,885.00
Nonresident - Per Semester$10,450.00
Nonresident - Per Credit Hour$851.20
Minnesota Reciprocity - SU2018 - Semester$7,428.00
Minnesota Reciprocity -SU2018 - Credit Hour$592.35
Minnesota Reciprocity - FA18 SP19 SU19 - Semester$7,594.00
Minnesota Reciprocity - FA18 SP19 SU19 - Credit Hour$612.25

Notes: All rates are effective at the end of the 2018 spring term.

SD National Guard members may be eligible for a benefit of 50% of the in-state resident tuition after federal tuition benefits are applied, but the benefits in total may not exceed 100% of the tuition cost. The graduate benefit is limited to 32 credit hours.

(1)The mandatory fees are added to the on-campus tuition cost for a total cost per credit hour. Special discipline fees may also apply to certain courses and are in addition to on-campus tuition and mandatory fees.

(2) States participating in the Western Undergraduate Exchange program: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming.

(3) Starting summer 2015, participation in the program is limited to new freshmen or first-time transfers attending the same university from which one of their parents or legal guardian received a degree. Eligibility criteria apply and differ between institutions.

(4) Program is for new freshmen and transfers starting: Colorado - summer of 2018; Iowa - summer of 2016; Nebraska - summer of 2018; Montana - summer of 2018; Wyoming - summer of 2013.

(5) The Western Regional Graduate Program (WRGP) allows master’s, graduate certificate, and Ph.D. students who are residents of the WICHE member states to enroll in high-quality programs at 60 public institutions outside of their home state and pay resident tuition. For a list of South Dakota’s programs offered through WRGP, please visit this site: http://wrgp.wiche.edu/wrgp_search_results.jsp?searchType=all

(6) Allied Health includes Nursing, Dental Hygiene, Occupational Therapy, Physician Assistant Studies, Physical Therapy, HSC Paramedic Specialization, and MS Human Biology.

(7) These rates are the total per credit hour cost. No additional fees will be assessed except for approved off-campus delivery fees which are added to the per credit hour cost.

Mandatory Fees

Mandatory Fees (1)

Mandatory FeesCost Per Credit Hour
General Activity Fee - Credit Hour$43.75

Notes: All rates are effective at the end of the 2018 spring term.

SD National Guard members may be eligible for a benefit of 50% of the in-state resident tuition after federal tuition benefits are applied, but the benefits in total may not exceed 100% of the tuition cost. The graduate benefit is limited to 32 credit hours.

(1) The mandatory fees are added to the on-campus tuition cost for a total cost per credit hour. Special discipline fees may also apply to certain courses and are in addition to on-campus tuition and mandatory fees.

Online and Off-Campus Centers Tuition Rates

Online and Off-Campus Centers Tuition Rates (7)

Off-Campus Tuition RatesCost Per Credit Hour
Undergraduate$340.05
Undergraduate State Employee at Centers$215.90
Undergraduate Teacher Certification at Centers & Internet$215.90
UC-SF Associates Degree Program (Lower Division)$275.40
National Guard at Centers$250.00
Active Duty Military Personnel at Centers & Internet$250.00
Graduate$450.90
Graduate State Employee at Centers$287.90
Graduate Teacher Certification at Centers & Internet$287.90
Graduate Assistant at Centers & Internet$0.00
Technical Institute - Resident Undergraduate$283.00
Technical Institute - Nonresident Undergraduate$382.10
Great Plains IDEA (Undergraduate)$415.00
Great Plains IDEA (Graduate)$580.00
Externally-Supported$40.00
Dual Credit Courses (8)$145.00

Notes: All rates are effective at the end of the 2018 spring term.

SD National Guard members may be eligible for a benefit of 50% of the in-state resident tuition after federal tuition benefits are applied, but the benefits in total may not exceed 100% of the tuition cost. The graduate benefit is limited to 32 credit hours.

(7) These rates are the total per credit hour cost. No additional fees will be assessed except for approved off-campus delivery fees which are added to the per credit hour cost.

(8) $96.67 of the rate is provided by the SD Department of Education and applied towards the student's account.

Tuition

Assess: All students enrolled in on-campus State Support courses

By: Registrar

Amount: Varies

Disposition:

  • 11.5% per credit – Higher Education Facility Fee
  • $ 2.22 M&R Fee Fund Base (1)
  • $ 1.14 M&R Fee Fund – Critical Deferred (2)
  • $ 1.53 Tuition and Fee Fund – Technology Fee (3)
  • $15.30 Funds the Regents Campus Investment Technology Plan (4)
  • Net – stays in Tuition

Purpose:

  1. Addresses the pressing maintenance and repair needs of the academic facilities – base component. (M&R Fee)
  2. Addresses the pressing maintenance and repair needs of the academic facilities – critical deferred component (M&R Fee)
  3. Funds the Regents Information Technology Plan (Technology Fee)
  4. Funds the Regents Information Technology Plan (Campus Portion) & Regents Campus Investment Technology Plan (Technology Fee)
Application Fee

Assess: Students will be assessed the application fee for each university to which they apply as a degree-seeking student. Any student that attended a Regental institution in the three terms prior to the term of application is eligible for a fee waiver. Military personnel that have stopped out due to a call to active duty longer than the three previous terms are eligible for a waiver. Students taking courses as a “special” student will not be assessed the application fee until they are accepted as a degree seeking student.

By: Admissions Office (also collects)

Amount: $20.00 undergrad; $35.00 graduate school

Disposition: Application Fee Fund

Purpose: Defray administrative costs of processing applications.

General Activity Fee

Assess: All students enrolled at on-campus sites for State Support courses, including interim, short courses, and on-campus workshops. Those students enrolled at off-campus sites do not pay this fee. All Thesis, Special Problems, and Internship courses have an on-campus enrollment designation and are subject to this fee.

Amount: $43.75 per credit hour.

Disposition: General Activity Fee - Student Association, with distributions to Student Assoc., Athletic Council, Student Health, and Wellness Facility, as per budgeted amounts.

Purpose: Support of Student Government, Student Activities, Student Health and the Student Union, Athletics, Intramural and Recreation programs

Discipline Fees

Discipline Fee Summary
Course PrefixColleague AR CodeBanner FOAPAmountPer Credit/Semester

ABS

SPFAB

3376D4-340100-500381-01

$20.50Per Credit

ARCH

SPFAC

337629-340614-500381-01

$451.85

Per Credit

DSGN

SPFAD

3376D3-340605-500381-01

$20.60Per Credit

AVIA

SPFAI

337694-340519-500381-01

$40.70Per Credit

AS

SPFAS

337654-340103-500381-01

$62.45Per Credit
ACCT AGEC BADM BLAW
DSCI ECON ENTR
FIN HRM MKTG

SPFBG

337658-340107-500381-01

$52.70Per Credit

BIOS

SPFBI

3376D5-340100-500381-01

$20.50Per Credit

BIOL MICR

SPFBL

3376D6-340104-500381-01

$40.95Per Credit
ACCT AGEC BADM BLAW
DSCI ECON ENTR
FIN HRM MKTG

SPFBU

337658-340107-500381-01

$29.35Per Credit

CHEM

SPFCH

337627-340712-500381-01

$40.95Per Credit

CHRD

SPFCR

3376G7-340120-500381-01

$29.45Per Credit

CSC CSS INFO

SPFCS

337660-340700-500381-01

$68.20Per Credit
DS FS

SPFDS

337657-340106-500381-01

$79.75Per Credit
AVIA 120

SPFEA

337600-340519-500381-01

$650.00Semester
CEE CM EE ET
EM GE ME MNET
OM SE
SPFEN337660-340700-500381-01$82.00Per Credit
ARTD GDESSPFGD3376F6-340608-500381-01$20.60Per Credit
NURS HSCSPFGN3376F4-340300-500381-01$220.05Per Credit
GEOGSPFGO337684-340617-500381-01$20.50Per Credit
HMGT (UG)SPFHM337689-341035-500381-01$29.35Per Credit
EXS PE RECR WELSPFHR3376D7-341030-500381-01$20.60Per Credit
AT HLTH HNSSPFHW3376D8-341030-500381-01$20.60Per Credit
IDSPFID3376F2-340615-500381-01$28.70Per Credit
LASPFLD3376F3-340627-500381-01$28.70Per Credit
MGMTSPFMG3376E4-340707-500381-01$29.35Per Credit
MLSSPFML337617-340408-500381-01$1,728.55Semester
MATH STATSPFMS337660-340700-500381-01$40.95Per Credit
MUAP MUEN MUSSPFMU3376D1-340625-500381-01$20.60Per Credit
NFS NUTRSPFNT3376D9-341030-500381-01$28.70Per Credit
PHA - PhDSPFPD337607-340402-500381-01$202.55Per Credit
PHA - PharmDSPFPM337606-340412-500381-01$3,420.90Semester
PHA - Non PharmDSPFPN337604-340400-500381-01$202.55Per Credit
PS HOSPFPS337647-340110-500381-01$20.50Per Credit
PHYS NESPFPY337659-340710-500381-01$82.00Per Credit
NRM BOT WL EESSPFRM337648-340116-500381-01$20.50Per Credit
RANGSPFRS337656-340116-500381-01$45.45Per Credit
ABE ABME AST PRAGSPFST337653-340114-500381-01$82.00Per Credit
THEASPFTH337679-340671-500381-01$20.60Per Credit
NURS HSCSPFUN3376F5-340300-500381-01$100.10Per Credit
ART ARTESPFVA3376D2-340630-500381-01$20.60Per Credit
VETSPFVS337655-340113-500381-01$62.45Per Credit

Credit Note: This list does not include the Dietetics Discipline Fee and the MS in Human Biology Discipline Fee.

Education Fee

Assess: All students enrolled in Education courses as per list of line numbers provided by the Dean of Education and Human Sciences, and approved by the VP for Academic Affairs.

By: Registrar

Amount:

  • $170/semester-Soph/Junior Field Experience, SEED 314
  • $340/semester-Senior Student Teaching, SEED 488, AGED 475, FCSE 473
  • $170 one-time fee - Masters Level Internship, AHED 794, CHRD 794, CTE 794, EDAD 794, EDFN 794, SEED 794

Disposition:

  • Prof Ed Major Fee – Graduate TLL
  • Prof Ed Major Fee – Graduate CHRD
  • Prof Ed Major Fee – West River
  • Prof Ed Major Fee – ECE Student Teaching
  • Prof Ed Major Fee – UG
  • FSC Ed Teachers Fee, Preschool HDCFS

Purpose: Help defray part of costs of teacher education.

Masters of Public Health Delivery Fee

Assess: All students enrolled in Off Campus Masters of Public Health courses are assessed to support the incremental costs of additional equipment, support staff, space or facilities, student services, business services, or library and related services for all courses in a program offered in an off-campus location.

By: Registrar

Amount: $140.60 per credit hour for off-campus Masters of Public Health.

Disposition: Outreach Fee

Purpose: Defray costs of salaries, supplies, transportation, equipment, etc.

Medical Laboratory Sciences Delivery Fee

Assess: Student enrolled in the off-campus delivery of the professional portion of the program in lieu of students paying hospitals for clinical training.

By: Registrar

Amount: $1,078.05 per semester for off campus delivery

Disposition: Medical Laboratory Sciences Delivery Fee

Purpose: To buy necessary equipment to offer clinical and lab training and for program operations.

Nursing Delivery Fee

Assess: All students enrolled in Off Campus NURS or HSC courses are assessed to support the incremental costs of additional equipment, support staff, space or facilities, student services, business services, or library and related services for all courses in a program offered in an off-campus location.

By: Registrar

Amount: $44.50 per credit hour for off-campus Nursing.

Disposition: Outreach Fee

Purpose: Defray costs of salaries, supplies, transportation, equipment, etc.

BSN Clinical Placement Fee

Assess: Prelicensure students enrolled in the Bachelor of Science degree program in Nursing, NURS who complete clinical in health systems that require a clinical placement fee.

By: Registrar

Amount: $36.50 per year

Disposition: College of Nursing

Purpose: Defray costs of clinical placement required by health systems.

Nursing Assessment Fee (BSN)

Assess: Prelicensure students enrolled in the Bachelor of Science degree program in Nursing.

By: Registrar

Amount: $53.50 per semester in the last four semesters of the major.

Disposition: College of Nursing

Purpose: Defray costs of nationally normed assessment examinations integrated in four semesters of the prelicensure BSN program.

International Student Fee

Assess: All students who hold non-immigrant visas.

By: International Student Affairs Office

Amount: $100.00 Fall & Spring

Disposition: International Student Fee

Purpose: Defray costs associated with corresponding, reviewing, processing and monitoring the necessary information, paperwork, and reporting requirements associated with international students.

Transcript Fee

Assess: All official transcript requests, where transcripts are sent outside the university. Internal University requests and unofficial transcripts are free

By: Registrar (also collects)

Amount: All official transcripts sent outside the university are $9.00.

Disposition: Transcript Fee Fund

Purpose: Pay costs of copying.

Challenge by Exam/Examination for Credit

Assess: Students who wish to gain credit for a course by "challenging" the course. Student arranges "challenge" with the department. Payment is made before the "challenge" is started.

By: Testing Center

Amount: $90.75 per course

Disposition: Challenge by Exam Fee - Distribution later with $27.23 to instructional department, $9.07 to Registrar, and $54.45 to Assessment and Testing.

Purpose: Defray the cost of administering and scoring the challenge.

Proficiency Exam Re-Test Fee

Assess: Students who do not pass one or more sections of the Proficiency Exam.

By: Testing Center (also collects)

Amount: $18.00

Disposition: Reimburse Testing

Purpose: Defray costs of administering the tests.

Compass Re-Test Fee

Assess: Students who wish to challenge their ACT scores in English or Math or wish

to challenge a previous COMPASS test.

By: Testing Center (also collects)

Amount: $18.00

Disposition: Reimburse Testing

Purpose: Defray Costs of Administering the tests.

Flight Training Fee

Assess: Students who enroll in Aviation Flight Training.

By: SDSU Aviation Education Program

Amount:

  • Cessna 172S G1000 $189/hr Instruction: $65.00/hr
  • Piper Arrow $194/hr Instruction: $70.00/hr
  • Piper Seminole $295/hr Instruction: $70.00/hr
  • Basic Training Device $25/hr Instruction: $65.00/hr
  • Flight Training Device $85/hr Instruction: $65.00/hr

Disposition: Aviation Flight Training Fee

Purpose: Defray cost of operating aviation flight training program. 

Summary of FY19 Flight Charges

DescriptionCharge
Flight Training Charge (AVIA 120)$650.00
Flight Training Charge (AVIA 171)$7,945.00
Flight Training Charge (AVIA 181)$7,183.00
Flight Training Charge (AVIA 372)$9,859.00
Flight Training Charge (AVIA 377)$11,253.00
Flight Training Charge (AVIA 474)$2,360.00
Flight Training Charge (AVIA 475)$7,355.00

Aviation - FY19 Continuing education

Cost per hour for continuing education students (non-SDSU students) - 10% premium

ItemDescriptionCost
Cessna Skyhawk172S (w/ G-1000 Avionics)$208/hr
Piper Arrow**PA 28R (complex)$213/hr
Piper Seminole**44-180 (multiengine)$325/hr
Instruction(C172, AATD, BATD and Ground Instruction)$77/hr
Instruction(Piper Arrow and Seminole)$77/hr
Redbird TDBasic Aircraft Training Device$28/hr
Frasca /ParadigmAdvanced Aircraft Training Device$94/hr

**Any flight, simulation, or instruction time above the required hours posted will be charged at an hourly rate. Flight training materials and test fees are not included in fee charged. For average fee of flight course please see www.sdstate.edu/aviation.

FY19 Housing

Residence Halls

Building

Cost

Abbott Hall Double$2,702.30
Abbott Hall Single$3,377.70
Binnewies Hall Double$1,915.85
Binnewies Hall Single$2,556.55
Ben Reifel Hall Double$2,832.50
Ben Reifel Hall Single$3,345.95
Brown Hall Double$2,287.80
Brown Hall Single$2,878.00
Caldwell Hall Double$2,702.30
Caldwell Hall Single$3,377.70
Hansen Hall Double$1,739.70
Hansen Hall Single$2,502.55
Honors Hall Double$2,832.50
Honors Hall Single$3,345.95
Hyde Hall Double$2,832.50
Hyde Hall Single$3,345.95
Mathews Hall Double$2,048.50
Mathews Hall Single$2,733.45
Pierson Hall Double$1,915.85
Pierson Hall Single$2,556.55
Schultz Hall Double$2,832.50
Schultz Hall Single$3,345.95
Spencer Hall Double$2,702.30
Spencer Hall Single$3,377.70
Thorne Hall Double$2,702.30
Thorne Hall Single$3,377.70
Waneta Hall Single$2,502.55
Young Hall Double$1,915.85
Young Hall Single$2,556.55
Meadows Apartments$2,702.30

Notes

University Apartments

State Court
One Bedroom: $363.60/monthly

Summer School Housing
  • Double occupancy - $71.80/week
  • Single occupancy - $96.25/week
  • Apartment - $142.55/week

FY19 Meal Plan Costs

Meal Plans
PlanCost
Premier: Unlimited meals at Larson Commons plus $63.77 Flex Dollars per semester$2,048.30
100 Block: 100 meals at Larson Commons plus $822.80 Flex Dollars per semester$1,621.55$1,621.55
50 Block: 50 meals at Larson Commons plus $1,059.36 Flex Dollars per semester$1,621.55
Silver Flex$1,621.55
Bronze Flex$1,409.15
West Flex (available to upper division students living in Hansen or Waneta Halls and Meadows Apartments)$863.65
Summer Flex$400.95

Disposition:

  • Food Service Room and Board
  • Brown Hall Room and Board
  • Waneta Hall Room and Board
  • State Court Room and Board
  • Mathews Hall Room and Board
  • Pierson Hall – Room and Board
  • Hansen Hall Room and Board
  • Binnewies/Young Hall Room and Board
  • Meadows North Room and Board
  • Meadows South Room and Board
  • Caldwell Hall Room and Board
  • Cleveland Abbott Hall Room and Board
  • Velva Lu Spencer Hall Room and Board
  • Josef Thorne Hall Room and Board
  • Ben Reifel Hall Room and Board
  • Honors Hall Room and Board
  • Hallie Walker Hyde Hall Room and Board
  • Theodore Schulz Hall Room and Board

Purpose: Pay cost of operation for food service and residence halls.

The Board of Regents' definition of a charge is as follows:

The University may assess students incidental charges for miscellaneous services the University has been granted authority to administer, provided that the services do not have a direct or specific relationship to a course offering.

Students enrolled in certain courses for which the services of an outside vendor are required may be assessed a charge for the course. Students enrolled in programs requiring malpractice or other insurance may be assessed a charge to recover payments made on their behalf.

Summer Camp/Conference Fees & Rates

Hall Room Rates

**ALL HALLS ARE AIR CONDITIONED**

Standard RoomSingleDoubleBinnewies, Brown, Mathews, Pierson, & Young
1 to 200$31.00$21.00Rates per person per night
201 and over$24.00$19.00Rates per person per night
Standard RoomSingleDoubleAbbott, Ben Reifel, Honors, Hyde, Schultz, Spencer, Thorne
1 to 60$47.00$36.00Rates per person per night
61 to 100$45.00$34.00Rates per person per night
101 to 300$43.00$31.00Rates per person per night
301 and over$41.00$29.00Rates per person per night
Standard RoomSingleDoubleCaldwell, Hyde, & Honor Suites
1 to 60$50.00$39.00Rates per person per night
61 to 100$48.00$37.00Rates per person per night
101 to 200$45.00$35.00Rates per person per night
201 to 300$44.00$33.00Rates per person per night
301 and over$43.00$31.00Rates per person per night

A $10.00 administrative fee per participant to cover the costs of meal/entrance cards and other miscellaneous behind the scenes services.

 

Other Charges

Vehicle Registration Charge

Assess: All persons who receive permits to park on campus.

By: Parking Services

Amount:

  • $34.00 Motorcycle - flat rate (Academic Year 9 months)
  • $285.00 “X” Reserved lots, (Academic Year 9 months)
  • $153.00 “C”, “NW”, “SE” Residence Hall/Commuter lots, (Academic Year 9 months)
  • $69.00 “PR” - Paved Remote lots, (Academic Year 9 months)
  • $ 5.00 “GR” - Gravel Remote lot, (Academic Year 9 months)
  • $2.00 Gated – Per Hour

Disposition: Vehicle Registration Fund

Purpose: Cover all costs of operation, maintenance and repairs, improvements, and new construction of streets and parking lots.

Professional Liability Insurance Charge

Assess: Students enrolled in any internships, practicums, or field experience.

By: Registrar Amount: $5.00 per semester or Summer Session

Disposition: Student Intern Liability Insurance

Purpose: To cover costs of malpractice insurance premiums.

Medical Laboratory Sciences Malpractice Insurance Charge

Assess: Students in the Medical Laboratory Science program; MLS 401 & MLS 412 as provided by the Dean of Pharmacy.

By: Registrar

Amount: $18.00 per year for two years. (Junior & Senior Years)

Disposition: Med Lab Sci. Stu Malpractice Charge

Purpose: To pay the malpractice insurance premium.

Health & Nutrition Sciences Malpractice Insurance Charge

Assess: Students in the undergraduate Athletic Training, Nutrition and Dietetics, and Exercise Science programs will be assessed malpractice insurance fee during the junior and senior years. Graduate students in the M.S. Athletic Training and Nutrition and Exercise Sciences program will be assessed the malpractice insurance fee each year.

By: Registrar

Amount: $15.00 per semester

Disposition: HNS Stu Malpractice Charge

Purpose: To pay the malpractice insurance premium.

Pharmacy Malpractice Insurance Charge

Assess: Students enrolled in the Pharmacy Professional program; PHA 340, PHA 442, PHA 714, PHA 756 as provided by the Dean of Pharmacy.

By: Registrar

Amount: $14.00 for P1, P2, P3, P4 students

Disposition: Pharmacy Malpractice Insurance

Purpose: To pay the Pharmacy malpractice insurance premium.

Transcripts - Continuing & Extended Education Unit

Assess: Transcript requests (non-academic)

By: Office of Outreach Programs

Amount: $2.00

Disposition: Continuing Ed Unit Program Charge

Purpose: Conferences & Institutes Outreach Cost recovery.

CLEP Charge

Assess: Students who wish to gain credit through a CLEP exam.

By: Testing Center

Amount: $20.00 per test

Purpose: To defray office costs, including CLEP required security cameras, computer updates, and staff for registration and monitoring

Test Proctoring Charge

Assess: Students taking courses from other institutions unless course required as part of an approved cooperative agreement.

By: Testing Center

Amount: $25.00 per course per semester

Purpose: To cover costs of proctoring exams.

Diploma Delivery Charge

Assess: All graduates who wish to have their diploma mailed to them

By: Registrar

Amount: $25.00

Disposition: Diploma Delivery Charge Fund

Purpose: To defray the costs of mailing and processing diplomas. Students can elect to pick up their diploma and avoid the cost.

Diploma Replacement Charge

Assess: All official replacement diploma requests

By: Registrar

Amount: $25.00

Disposition: Diploma Replacement Charge

Purpose: Cover the charges associated with replacing diplomas.

WRGC Comprehensive Exam Charge

Assess: Students submitting requests for oral examinations at the Higher Education Center - West River (HEC-WR).

By: College of Education and Human Sciences (also collects)

Amount: $175.00

Disposition: Comprehensive Exam Fee

Purpose: To cover the cost of administering the Comprehensive Oral Examinations, including the stipend paid to committee members as determined by university guidelines and for transportation, lodging and meals for Graduate Faculty Representatives and Full-Time Departmental faculty members

Pharmacy Electronic Reference Material Charge

Assess: All P1 through P4 Pharmacy students

By: Pharmacy

Amount: $70.00 per student, fall semester only

Disposition: Pharm Electronic Ref Material Change

Purpose: All P1 through P4 students are required to have Lexi-Comp software on their own personal PDA, smartphone, or similar hand-held mobile device.

Nursing Electronic Health Record Charge

Assess: Students enrolled in NURS 258

By: Nursing

Amount:

  • $147.25 for 13–18 months of subscription access (Brookings Campus, Sioux Falls, & West River)
  • $99.75 for 7–12 months subscription access in the Accelerated Program at Sioux Falls or Aberdeen.

Disposition: Nursing Electronic Health Record/Software

Purpose: Provide nursing students access to a training program for electronic health records.

Continuing & Extended Education Unit Program Charge

Assess: Participants in CEU programs who enroll for CEU's. (Participants are not required to enroll for CEU's.

By: Office of Outreach Programs

Amount: $15.00 per enrollment

Disposition: Continuing Ed Unit Program Charge

Purpose: Covers administrative costs of program approval, registration procedure, and entry to permanent CEU transcript.

Graduate Validation Charge

Assess: Graduate Students with obsolete course work.

By: Graduate School (also collects)

Amount: $30.00 per course

Disposition: Grad Course Validation Charge. Distribution 1/2 to Graduate School, 1/2 to responsible instructional department that administers the exam.

Purpose: Defray part of the cost of preparation and administration of the examinations.

Graduate School Graduation Charge

Assess: Graduate Students who apply for graduation.

By: Graduate School (also collects)

Amount: $50.00 per application per semester

Disposition: Grad School Graduation Charge. 100% refund to each graduate student who graduates during the semester the charge was paid; remainder 100% distribution to Graduate School.

Purpose: Defray administrative cost of frivolous applications

National Student Exchange Charge

Assess: Exchange Students

By: TRIO Programs Multicultural Affairs

Amount: $225.00

Disposition: National Student Exchange

Purpose: Cost of processing expense

Field Trip Charge

Assess: Students taking approved course-related field trips.

By: Registrar, per lists submitted by departments and approved by the Dean and the Vice President for Academic Affairs.

Amount: Per approved budgets: Field Trip

Disposition: Accounts to be established as approved charges are submitted for assessment.

Purpose: To cover transportation, group admissions, and entry fees.

West River Health Service Charge

Assess: West River nursing students enrolled at the Rapid City Site as per list of line numbers provided by the Dean of Nursing

By: Registrar

Amount: $50.00 per semester.

Disposition: Nursing Student Malpractice Charge

Purpose: Cost recovery.

ISO Health Insurance Charge

*Required by all International Students. Contact International Affairs for current terms.

Health Clinic Laboratory Charge

Assess: Students who have laboratory work performed at the Student Health Clinic.

By: Student Health Clinic (also collects)

Amount: Variable by type of lab test ordered. Direct bills to personal health insurance. Student responsible for co-pays, deductibles, and co-insurance. Any charges not covered by insurance will also be student’s responsibility.

Disposition: Health Clinic Charges

Purpose: Defray cost of the laboratory procedures.

Office Visits & Physical Examinations Charge

Assess: Students who request physical examinations at the Student Health Clinic.

By: Student Health Clinic (also collects)

Amount: Varies. Direct bills to personal health insurance. Student responsible for co-pays, deductibles, and co-insurance. Any charges not covered by insurance will also be student’s responsibility.

Disposition: Health Clinic Charges

Purpose: Defray costs of providing the service.

Health Clinic Immunization Charge

Assess: Students receiving MMR, most other immunizations including foreign travel.

By: Student Health Clinic (also collects); direct bills to personal health insurance.

Amount:Note: Immunization costs vary. Student responsible for co-pays, deductibles, and co-insurance. Any charges not covered by insurance will be student’s responsibility.

Disposition: Health Clinic Charges

Purpose: Defray cost of providing service.

Jackrabbit Pharmacy Charge

Assess: Students having prescriptions filled, purchasing prescription medication or requesting to purchase OTC products at Jackrabbit Pharmacy.

By: Jackrabbit Pharmacy (also collects); direct bills to personal health insurance

Amount: Varies.

Disposition:

  • Jackrabbit Pharmacy - for prescription items.
  • Jackrabbit Pharmacy - for OTC items.

Purpose: Defray cost of providing the service.

Health Clinic Allergy Injection Charge

Assess: Student receiving allergy injection at Student Health Clinic.

By: Student Health Clinic (also collects). Direct bills to personal health insurance.

Amount: $15.00 single injection $20.00 for two injections per allergy visit.

Disposition: Health Clinic Charges

Purpose: Defray cost of providing service.

Counseling Services Special Charges

Assess: Students

By: Counseling Services (also collects)

Amount: $60.00 Basic alcohol screening intervention of college students.

Disposition: Counseling Charges

Purpose: Defray costs of providing the service.

Miscellaneous Student Health Charges, Including Minor Procedure, Dressing Charge & Suture Removal Charges

Assess: Student, Faculty/Employees

By: Student Health Clinic

Amount: Charges vary; Direct bills to personal health insurance if possible. Student responsible for co-pays, deductibles, and co-insurance. Any charges not covered by insurance will also be student’s responsibility.

Disposition: Health Clinic Charges

Purpose: Defray cost of providing services

Application for Placement Credit Charge

Assess: Students who wish to have credits earned through testing or higher placement placed on their transcript.

By: Testing Center

Amount: $8.50 per credit

Disposition:
Credit by Exam Recording Charge
Distribution = $1.25 to department $1.25 to Registrar and $6.00 to Testing Center.

Purpose: Defray the cost of processing and recording the credit, managing placement policies, administration and scoring of exams.

Late Payment Charge

Assess: All students who fail to make final fee payment before the close of the final fee payment period.

By: Cashier (also collects)

Amount:

  • $10.00 on accounts with a balance of $50.01 to $750.00
  • $30.00 on accounts with a balance of $750.01 to $1,500.00
  • $50.00 on accounts with a balance of $1.500.01 to $4,000.00
  • $75.00 on accounts with a balance of $4,000.01 to $7,000.00
  • $100.00 on accounts with a balance greater than $7,000.00

Disposition: Late Payment Charge

Purpose: Defray added costs of handling late payment.

Return Payment Charge

Assess: Any issuer of a check or electronic payment (e.g., ACH, EFT, eCheck, payment cards, etc.) which is not honored and returned by bank or payment institution.

By: Cashier or Department (also collects)

Amount: $30.00 plus cost of certified letter

Disposition: Finance/Business Activity

Purpose: Defray cost of telephone, correspondence, etc., relating to bad checks.

Placement Services Charge

Assess: Students registering for SD Teacher Job Fair and BIG (Business, Industry & Government) Job Fair

By: Career Planning Services

Amount: $5.00 to $15.00 for registration to attend South Dakota Teacher Job Fair and BIG (Business, Industry & Government) Job Fair.

Disposition: Employment Planning Charge Career Planning Service Charge

Purpose:

  1. Defray cost of preparing, maintaining, and sending references.
  2. Contribute to the hardware replacement and software upgrade.
  3. Transfer revenue to Job Fair Councils to cover pro-rata cost of Job Fairs
Career Planning Service Charge

Assess:

  1. Students and alumni who use the testing and career development services.
  2. Students seeking special career development and intern/cooperative education referral assistance.
  3. Students requiring intensive special help with academic or career planning.
  4. Students seeking reference file assistance

By: Career Planning Services

Amount: Variable, up to $50.00 user fees per assessment

Disposition: Career Planning Service Charge Purpose:

  1. Help defray cost of testing materials.
  2. Help defray cost of reference materials.
  3. Contribute to hardware replacement and software upgrade costs