Tuition & Fees

Tuition and fee rates are established by the University System of Georgia Board of Regents.

Tuition Rates (Per Credit Hour)
Undergraduate Graduate
In-State: $165.20 $196.00
Out-Of-State: $601.07 $726.00

Fall 2017-Spring 2018 Fee Schedule

Full Fee Schedule (pdf)

Undergraduate Fee Schedule+

Undergraduate Fees

Graduate Fee Schedule+

Graduate Fees

E-Tuition Fees+

E-Core+

$159.00 per credit hour

BBAO (Bachelor of Business Administration Online)+

$250.00 per credit hour

*Note: Students enrolled in the BBAO program are required to enroll in 3000 and 4000 level courses only. Students will be charged the Technology and Special Institution Fee per semester. Students who are taking classes on campus and online, will pay the regular on campus tuition and fees, plus any assessed fees for online education.

E-Tuition Fee Schedule+

E Tuition rates
*Note:  For each additional credit hour, please note students will be assessed the per credit hour rate.

Laboratory Fees+

There is an additional fee of $50.00 for each course with a lab. These fees are applied to the Art, Science, and Music departments. School of Teacher Education students are subject to a $250.00 lab fee. Students enrolled in multiple courses with fees will be charged for each course.

Mandatory Fees+

Health Fee+

The Health Fee supports on-campus health education and infirmary services for students.

Student Activity Fee+

The Student Activity Fee is determined by a student committee. Designations include intramural sports, speakers, student organizations, publications, band and choir, etc.

Student Athletic+

The Student Athletic Fee is a mandatory fee charged to all students. It supports the men's and women's varsity athletic programs including football, basketball, tennis, track and field, and women's softball.

Technology Fee+

The Technology Fee is a mandatory fee charged to all students. This fee is charged to support the cost of a 24-hour student computer lab located on the main campus, off-campus lab(s) or computer access, help desk services, supplies, card access to lab(s) and other student supported technology services.

Institutional Fee+

The Institutional Fee is mandated by the Board of Regents and is charged to all students. This fee is reduced by 50% for all students enrolled in one to four credit hours.

Transportation Fee+

The Transportation Fee supports the campus transit service in support of SSU's mission to provide a safe and stable environment. This service provides transportation to various locations surrounding SSU.

Student Center and Stadium Facility Fee+

The Student Center and Stadium Facility Fee is assessed to students to fund the cost of operations and service capital lease payments on a specific facility, such as a parking deck, wellness center, athletic facility, or student center.

*Note: Board of Regent Policy: http://www.usg.edu/business_procedures_manual/section24/C2050/

Student Health Insurance Premium+

Domestic Health Fee+

*Note: All Institutions of The University of System of Georgia are required to participate in the Student Health Insurance Program (USG SHIP). Rates are set by the University System of Georgia.

Student Health Insurance Rates
Fall 2017 $947.00
Spring/Summer 2018 $1,311.00
Annual Premium $2,258.00

Athletic/Graduate Health Fee+

Student Health Insurance Rates - Athletic/Graduate
Fall 2017 $589.00
Spring/Summer 2018 $589.00
Annual Premium $1,177.00

International Health Fee+

Student Health Insurance Rates - International
Fall 2017 $367.00
Spring/Summer 2018 $511.00
Annual Premium 878.00

Housing Fees+

Freshman Living and Learning Center
  • Double Occupancy: $3,130.00
  • Eight Person (Double): $2,659.00
  • Eight Person (Single): $2,816.00
University Village
  • $3,034.00 and up
University Commons
  • $3,091.00 and up

 
*Note: For more details, please visit http://www.savannahstate.edu/housing

Meal Plans+

Residential Meal Plan Rates
(All meals must be used in the semester for which the plan is purchased and are not transferable)
5 meals per week (meal plan reduction for medical disabilities and off-campus employment) $743.00
10 meals per week + 200 Dining Dollars per semester $1,527.00
14 meals per week $1,486.00
15 meals per week + 200 Dining Dollars per semester $2,021.00
20 meals per week $1,946.00
Commuter Meal Plan Rates
(All meals must be used in the semester for which the plan is purchased and are not transferable) The Commuter Meal Plan is available to commuting students only
10 meals per semester $74.00
25 meals per semester $180.00
50 meals per semester $338.00
25 meals per semester + 100 Dining Dollars per semester $280.00
100 meals per semester $1,946.00
*For more details, please visit  http://www.savannahstate.edu/dining

Miscellaneous Fees+

Miscellaneous

Collection Fees+

Students who fail to pay any charges on their student account, will be personally responsible for all costs and fees of collection, which may be based on a percentage up to a maximum of 34% of the debt. If legal action is required to collect unpaid charges on the student account, the student understands that they will be personally responsible for payments of attorney cost and court costs.

Fees Are Due And Payable At Registration. Please Make Payments by Cash, Debit/Credit Card through Paws. Personal Check, Cashier's Check, Bank Or Postal Money Order Are Payable To Savannah State University.

Undergraduate and graduate students who complete registration after the published registration day at the beginning of each semester will be charged a non-refundable late registration fee of $100.00.


Archived Fee Schedules