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Tuition and Fees 2017-18

Undergraduate

Full-time Student Cost per Semester


Tuition (12 to 18.5 credit hours) $18,700
Comprehensive fee $280
Room - shared $3,300
Room - single $3,815
Board - All access meal plan $ 2,990
Board - 15-meal plan $2,910
Board - 10-meal plan $2,680
Board - commuter meal plan $825

Students wishing to enroll for more than 18.5 credits must obtain permission from the committee on academic standards and policies and will be charged additional tuition on the per credit hour basis for credits more than 18.5.

Part-time Students


Tuition per credit $1,090
Tuition audit per credit $540
Comprehensive fee per semester- Fall, Spring $180
Comprehensive fee per term - Summer I, Summer II $115
Hood Start per credit $ 170
Renewal Not Retirement (RNR)- per class $100

Comprehensive fee

The comprehensive fee covers student engagement and technology and communications access.

Medical insurance

Domestic students can obtain health insurance through the health care exchanges established pursuant to the Affordable Care Act. Information on the Maryland Health Insurance Exchange can be found at http://insurance.healthcare.com.

As required by law, all full-time international students must have adequate medical insurance coverage, either through an overseas student insurance plan or other international student insurance plan. Information on some options available can be obtained from the accounting office or the office of multicultural affairs and international student programs. Proof of coverage must be provided by Aug. 15.

Orientation fee

New students are charged an orientation fee which covers all printed orientation materials and newsletters and provides funding for orientation programs. $200

Reading Clinic

 

 
Screening fee $110
Tuition $565

Special course fees

There are additional charges for those courses requiring field trips, laboratory materials, equipment and supplies. These charges are subject to change without prior notice.

Student teaching- per semester

 

 
Secondary, special and early childhood education $235

Testing

 

 
Departmental challenge exam $210

For more information about the cost of attending Hood College see cost of attendance.

Graduate



Tuition per credit

 

 
General Cluster $465
Business Cluster   $550
Science Cluster $500
Counseling Program $660
Doctorate of organizational leadership $890
Doctorate of business administration $1,020

Comprehensive fee per term

 
Non-doctoral: Fall, Spring $110
Non-doctoral: Summer I, Summer II $75
Doctoral $525
Renewal Not Retirement (RNR)- per class $100

Comprehensive fee

The comprehensive fee covers student engagement and technology and communications access.

For more information about the cost of attending Hood College see cost of attendance.

Other



Other charges and fees

Late fees and fines

 

 
Late tuition payment 2 percent of unpaid balance at end of each month Monthly late fee not to exceed $250
I.D./access card replacement (resident) $30
I.D./Access card replacement (commuter/graduate) $15
Replace room key and lock $100
Room access fee $15
Apartments - Mailbox lock change $25
Apartments - Deadbolt lock change $50
Apartments - Key fobs $100
Parking in handicapped zone $55
Parking in fire lane $30
Parking in improper parking $25
Parking in loading zone $25
Parking in no parking zone $25
Parking on grass $25
Speeding $30

Applied music

Hood students taking music lessons for credit:

1/2-hour lesson per week for semester $300
One hour lesson per week for semester $600
Practice hour fee per 30 minutes $55

Non-Hood students taking music lessons in the preparatory music program, please visit www.hood.edu/musicprep for information on the program, fees and registration instructions.

Onica Prall Laboratory School

Enrollment deposit (to be applied to tuition) $50
Per semester tuition $650
Materials and activities fee $20

For more information about the cost of attending Hood College see cost of attendance.