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Online Undergraduate Tuition & Fees

The tuition and fees below are subject to change each year. If you have questions regarding this information or want more details about financial aid options for your online undergraduate degree, please contact your enrollment counselor or our Office of Student Financial Services at sfs@seu.edu or 800.500.8760.

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Online Undergraduate Tuition (per credit hour)

Books and miscellaneous charges are not included in tuition price

$390 per credit hour
General student fee (per semester)$175
Technology fee (per semester)$150

 

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Online RN to BSN Tuition (per credit hour)

Books and miscellaneous charges are not included in tuition price

$200 per credit hour
General student fee (per semester)$175
Technology fee (per semester)$150
TypeCost
Academic advising portfolio replacement fee$15
Application/reapplication fee (nonrefundable)$40
Audit fee (per credit hour, under 55 years of age)$195
Audit fee (per credit hour, 55 years of age and older)$20

CLEP test ($15 paid to Southeastern University; $85 paid online to College Board prior to the testing date)

$100
Diploma replacement$50
Directed studies fee (per credit hour, plus tuition)$100
Graduation fee$160
Graduation late fee$25
Internship fee$125
Payment plan enrollment fee$50
Transcript fee online (per transcript)

$10

Science lab – general fee (plus tuition)$125

Federal and state financial aid is available for qualified applicants and can include grants

and/or loan programs. Tuition is due and payable by the first class session of each cohort

term. Payment can be made by cash, check, credit card, university payment plan, approved

scholarships, employer reimbursement program or any combination of these payment options.

Southeastern University reserves the right to increase fees and other charges without notice.

Southeastern University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex (in compliance with Title IXof the Educational Amendments of 1972), national and ethnic origin, or handicap (in compliance with Section 504 of the 1973 Rehabilitation Act), with regard to the admission and employment policies, the educational, financial aid, athletic or other programs and privileges to students at the university.