Subject to Change Without Notice
|Regular Session 001|
|Flat fee basis||$15,729.00|
|Undergraduate Students (12-18 units)|
|Graduate Students (15-18 units)|
|Unit cost for|
|Less than flat fee||1,059.00|
|Each additional unit above 18 units||1,059.00|
|Advanced Dentistry (per trimester)||18,559.00|
|Dentistry (per trimester) Session 006||18,449.00|
|Dental Hygiene (per trimester) Session 007||14,714.00|
|Special Dental International Students (per trimester)|
|Law Session 002|
|Flat fee basis (13-17 units)||18,366.00|
|Medicine Session 003||19,599.00|
|Master of Physician Assistant Practice||15,729.00|
|Pharmacy Session 004, 005|
|Flat fee basis (15-18 units)||16,158.00|
|Graduate Cinema-Television Session 037|
|Unit basis (no flat fee)||1,127.00|
|Master of Real Estate Development Session 038|
|Flat fee basis (16-18 units)||18,800.00|
|Business M.B.A. (full-time), M.B.A. for Professionals and Managers and M.S., Business Administration|
|Doctor of Physical Therapy|
|Year 1 and 2 (fall/spring)||15,729.00|
|Year 1 and 2 (summer)||8,280.00|
|Year 3 (fall)||15,729.00|
|Year 3 (spring)||8,280.00|
For rates on other sessions not published here, please contact the academic department offering the course(s).
|Graduate Orientation Fee (domestic graduate)||26.00|
|Orientation Fee (undergraduate/international)||140.00|
|Student Health Service||205.00|
|Student Programming (for all students taking 6 or more units)|
|Norman H. Topping Student Aid Fee||6.00|
Student Health Insurance
|Annual dental rate (optional)||132.00|
See the Student Health Insurance section for more information.
Students who are registered for classes at off-campus locations (i.e., Skirball Center and Orange County) will follow a different health plan structure. Please see the 2005-06 plan description for a listing of those rates, as well as the available dependent rates.
Note: If you are enrolled in one or more sessions held at the Health Sciences campus and one or more sessions held at the University Park campus, you may be charged the health service and insurance fee for both campuses. You are required to pay only one health service and one insurance fee. Please contact the Health Center on either campus to have your bill adjusted.
|Enrollment Verification Fee||5.00|
|Petition Processing Fee for Registration Exceptions||100.00|
|USCard Replacement Fee||18.00|
*For certain laboratory courses in architecture, biological sciences, chemistry, engineering, fine arts, geological sciences, kinesiology and physics. These fees are variable, and students should consult the Schedule of Classes for amount of individual fees.
|Parking Fees, per semester|
|Rideshare 2 person carpool Gold||261.00|
|North Off-Campus Residents||148.50|
|Daily (first-come, first-served basis)|
|Lot 1 and Parking Center||6.00|
|For microfilming and binding doctoral dissertation and publishing abstract||110.00|
|For microfilming and binding master?s thesis and publishing abstract||100.00|
|Special Subject and Unit Credit Examination;||one half the per unit rate regardless of the units per course||529.50|
|Transcript||Academic Record Summary||5.00||Official||8.00|
|Spirit Activities Card||115.00|
Housing and Dining
Housing and meal plan charges will appear on your monthly billing statement. All housing assessments must be paid at the time of billing or they will be considered past due and may be subject to finance charges/late fees.
Tuition Refund Insurance
Elective insurance is available that provides full coverage for tuition and mandatory fees (excluding health insurance) for students who suffer serious illnesses or accidents that makes it necessary for them to leave the university before the semester is completed. You must accept or decline the insurance at the time you register. If you accept the insurance, a charge equal to .40 of 1 percent of your tuition and mandatory fees will be added to your student account.
If you wish to change your choice after you have registered, contact the Cashier?s Office for assistance. There is a deadline for changing your selection ? see Important Dates.
The Tuition Refund Plan is offered through a private insurance carrier, Dewars, Inc. Further information and applications brochures are available from the Cashier?s Office and Registration and Records. Information is also available online at www.collegerefund.com/usc.
Late FeesTo avoid late fees, you must register and have your tuition, fees, housing, dining, and all other charges paid or deferred by the settlement deadline. If you fail to register and settle your account, you will be assessed late fees each week in accordance with the following schedule:
Non-receipt of a bill does not relieve you of this settlement deadline. Using the Web Registration auto scheduler feature but failing to register for any courses before the tuition and fees payment deadline is not a valid reason to request a waiver of the late registration fee.
Students whose checks are returned unpaid by the bank or whose credit card authorizations are declined by the bank will be subject to the late fees described above until their accounts are paid in full. See Billing Information.
Change of Program/Petition Actions
If your change of program or a petition action results in additional charges, they must be paid or deferred in full by 5 p.m., PST, on Friday during the week in which the change took place. If any portion remains unpaid, late fees will be assessed according to the above late fee schedule. Students who petition to have their classes reinstated must pay all tuition and fees in advance.
If you have an outstanding deferment and a change of program results in a reduction of tuition or fees, your deferment will be reduced by the amount that the reduction exceeds your billing balance. If you subsequently have a change of program that results in additional charges, you must contact the department that originally provided the deferment or pay the new billing balance in full by the end of the week in which the additional charges were added to avoid late fees.
Finance charges are assessed on all past due balances. The current annual rate is 12 percent, subject to change.
A ?returned check charge? of $25 is assessed for a check returned by the bank for any reason. Under California Civil Code #1719, a returned check may create a liability of treble (3 times) the amount owed, but not less than $100. Any returned items will void outstanding deferments, making all balances due in full immediately. The university may, at its option, cancel enrollment of any student whose check is returned unpaid by the bank. If the university does not exercise this option, the student will be responsible for all tuition and fees incurred. Students and parents should be aware that non-local checks may be held by the bank for the maximum time allowed by law. Please allow ample time for non-local funds to be made available by the date payment is due.