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    K-State Undergraduate Catalog 2002-2004
    About the Catalog
    About the University
    Calendar
    Glossary and Abbreviations
    Admission
    Academic Advising
    Enrollment
    Tuition and Fees
    dPayment of Tuition and Fees
    dSchedule of Fees
    dSchedule of Fees for K-State at Salina
    dPeople Eligible for Resident Tuition
    dRefund Policy
    Degrees
    Grades
    All-University Regulations
    Student Financial Assistance
    Services for Students
    Auxiliary Services and Facilities
    International Programs
    Secondary Majors
    Agriculture
    Architecture, Planning, and Design
    Arts and Sciences
    Business Administration
    Education
    Engineering
    Human Ecology
    Technology and Aviation
    Veterinary Medicine
    Graduate School
    Intercollegiate Athletics
    K-State Research and Extension
    Outreach
    University Faculty
     

    Schedule of Fees

    The 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. A current comprehensive fee schedule can be found on the Controller's Office website (www.ksu.edu/controller) under ``cashiers'' and ``tuition and fee schedule.''

    Contracts and compensatory charge
    This schedule does not limit the charges that may be collected under arrangements with other governmental or private agencies, except that such arrangements may not provide for lesser charges. Compensatory or other charges to more nearly cover the actual cost of instruction are specifically authorized.

    Fall/spring semester (subject to change without notice)

    Non-
    Resident resident
    Tuition
    (based on course level)
    Undergraduate (per credit hour) $ 77.75 c $308.65
    Veterinary medicine (per credit hour $177.10 $609.60

    Campus privilege fee rates
    1st hour $   64.00
    2nd thru 12th hour $   17.00 per hour
    Maximum fee for 12 hours or more $  251.00 total

    Campus privilege fee recipients:
    Educational Opportunity Fund
    Student health
    K-State Student Union repair and replacement
    Rec Complex expansion
    Library expansion
    Coliseum repair and replacement
    Activity fee
    K-State Student Union
    Student Publications
    Recreational Services
    KSDB-FM
    Athletics
    Fine Arts
    Student Publications equipment
    Student Union enhancement
    Student Union special program
    OSAS
    Total for undergraduate student taking   15 credit hours $1,417.25 $ 4,880.75


    Total for veterinary medicine student   enrolled in 20 credit hours $3,793.00 $12,443.00

    Summer semester (subject to change without notice)

    Non-
    Resident resident

    Tuition (based on course level)
    Undergraduate per credit hour $ 77.75 c $308.65
    Veterinary
      medicine per credit hour $177.10 e $609.60 e

    Campus privilege fee rates
    1st hour $   32.00
    2nd through 6th hour $   13.50 per hour
    Maximum fee for 6 hours or more $   99.50 total

    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 semester, 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 semester 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 semester campus privilege fees are not applicable to students enrolled in formally organized classes actually conducted at off-campus locations..

    Off-campus courses (based on course level, subject to change without notice.)

    Undergraduate credit $102.00 per semester hour
    No credit Lowest advertised tuition rate per semester hour
    Non-credit courses Vary to correspond with total
    direct costs

    Regents Center construction fee
    Students enrolled in K-State courses offered in the KU Regents Center in Kansas City will be assessed a $10-per-credit-hour charge to defray costs of construction of this facility.

    Course charge
    An additional charge may be made to correspond with the actual costs of providing goods and services that are an integral part of presenting a course bearing academic credit. Examples include equipment and laboratory fees, media fees, testing fees, equipment rental, video/audio tapes, supplies, and directly related items.

    TELENET 2 media fee
    (For courses delivered via Kansas Regents Network)
    1-credit-hour course $30.00
    2-credit-hour course $35.00
    3-credit-hour course $40.00

    On-campus courses offered through the Division of Continuing Education (subject to change without notice)

    Non-
    Credit Resident resident
    Undergraduate per credit hour $ 90.00 $321.00
    Veterinary medicine per credit hour 189.00 622.00

    Course charge
    An additional charge may be made to correspond with the actual costs of providing goods and services that are an interal part of presenting a course bearing academic credit. Examples include equipment and laboratory fees, media fees, testing fees, equipment rental, video/audio tapes, supplies, and directly related items.

    Non-credit tuition Vary to correspond with total direct costs
    Student fees (both credit and applicable non-credit courses)

    Campus privilege   fees per day $1.00*

    *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
    (not subject to refund)

    Applications
    For first-time admission $25.00
    For international students 50.00
    For admission to Undergraduate Degree Completion Program 30.00

    Veterinary medicine applications
    Application for admission to first professional program in College of Veterinary Medicine 50.00

    Engineering equipment fee

    Undergraduate and graduate students $14.00 per credit hour enrolled in engineering courses

    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
    Not subject to refund
    On or after the
    first day of classes $50

    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
    Not subject to refund
    Administrative fee per semester
    for each student enrolled in a study abroad program not taught or conducted by K-State faculty $25
    Additional fees
    Kansas Open Records Act fee As filed with the Kansas Department of Administration

    Copies of public documents At cost

    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

    Electronic enrollment access fee $4 per semester

    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
    Students enrolled in a regular semester at the American Institute of Baking will be considered adjunct students by paying the maximum campus privilege fees as indicated previously. These students will be entitled to use the Lafene Health Center, K-State Student Union, and Recreational Center, and to purchase tickets for athletic and cultural events at student prices.

    Other expenses
    In addition to the applicable fees, students are required to purchase textbooks, drawing instruments, and other personal equipment and supplies when needed for courses in the curriculum chosen. Costs will vary each semester, but are estimated to approximate the following:

    Enrollment fees for an undergraduate Kansas
    resident—Manhattan campus 14 hours  $1,340
    Books and supplies, approximately     359
    Room and board in university housing (20-meal plan)   2,406
    Clothing, laundry, postage, travel, extra meals,
    phone, social activities (varies with the
    individual)   1,477

    Total estimated expenses
    (half of academic year)  $5,582

    Topics within Tuition and Fees:
    dPayment of Tuition and Fees dSchedule of Fees for K-State at Salina dRefund Policy
    dSchedule of Fees dPeople Eligible for Resident Tuition   
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    June 5, 2003