Schedule of FeesThe following schedule of fees was in effect at the time this catalog was prepared. There is no guarantee this schedule will not change without notice. A schedule of fees for Kansas State University at Salina follows this section.
Contracts and compensatory charge
Fall/spring semester (subject to change without notice)
Campus privilege fee rates
Campus privilege fee recipients:
Campus privilege fee rates
Auditing (subject to change without notice)
Auditing, which allows class attendance without participation or credit upon approval of the instructor, is permitted at no charge on a space-available basis. This privilege is not applicable to laboratory and Division of Continuing Education courses.
aStudents enrolled in a spring semester but not attending summer sessions, may use Lafene Health Center services during the summer by paying the health privilege fee assessed a summer student enrolled in 6 or more credit hours, due prior to receiving services. A student who has paid the health privilege fee in a current semester may elect to provide his/her nonstudent spouse with health service eligibility by paying the health privilege fee assessed a full-time student, as defined by the university, for the fall and spring semesters or the summer session fee defined above. This fee is also due prior to receiving services.
These special health service fees do not include the use of University Counseling Services. Full-time employees of Kansas State University enrolled in classes are not assessed a student health fee, but may elect to pay the fee, based upon enrolled credit hours, and therefore be eligible for Lafene Health Center services.
bStudents who will attend classes off-campus in excess of the 30-miles radius for an entire semester and who will reside outside of a 30-mile radius of the Manhattan campus during that semester are exempt from all campus privilege fees.
cEmployees (as defined in the Eligibility for Resident Tuition section) are assessed the resident tuition.
dSummer-term campus privilege fees are not applicable to students enrolled in formally organized classes actually conducted at off-campus locations.
eStudents in the veterinary medicine senior class will be assessed three equal tuition payments based on 5 credit hours for the summer term and full-time tuition for the following fall and spring semesters. The tuition assessments will be equal, but the campus privilege fees assessments will be based on the applicable amounts for each enrollment period.
Off-campus courses (based on course level, subject to change without notice.)
Undergraduate credit $91.65 per semester hour
Regents Center construction fee
TELENET media fee
On-campus courses offered through the Division of Continuing Education (subject to change without notice)
Non-credit tuition Vary to correspond with total direct costs
*Not to exceed the maximum privilege fee assessed per semester.
Conferences, institutes, and seminars
Non-credit Vary to correspond with total direct costs
Application for admission processing fees
Veterinary medicine applications
Engineering equipment fee (subject to change without notice)
For undergraduates enrolled in the College of Engineering:
Fall or spring semesters
Field camps (subject to change without notice)
Summer field camps in geology, archeology Vary to correspond to direct costs.
Special handling fee for late enrollment
Exceptions: The fee begins after the last regular evening registration if registering for evening courses only and after the starting date for late-starting courses. The special handling fee does not apply to corrections of fee assessments.
Study abroad program fee
Laboratory courses Cost of breakage
Parking misuse fees As filed in the Board of Regents office
Interlibrary loan and other charge As appropriate when authorized
Library misuse fees As appropriate when authorized
Loans and related interest and charges As appropriate when authorized
Rental and use fees for recreational equipment As appropriate when authorized
Returned check fee $30 per check
ROTC property As appropriate when authorized
Student health services As appropriate when authorized
Transcript fee $5 per transcript
Student identification card replacement $15 per each
Graduation fee $15
Students are required to reimburse the institution for the cost of excess breakage and wastage of materials, and materials used in excess of those required for completion of course work.
American Institute of Baking students
Enrollment fees for an undergraduate Kansas
Total estimated expenses