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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, please contact our Office of Student Financial Services at sfs@seu.edu or 800.500.8760.

Expenses12–17 credit hours18 credit hours
Tuition*$14,424$15,626
General student fee**$650$650
Room$2,710$2,710
Meal plan$2,530$2,530
Semester total for on-campus$20,264$21,466
Year total for on-campus$40,628$43,032

*Does not apply to online classes. See online tuition information here.
**The general student fee includes yearbook, newspaper, student activities, Student Body Leadership Council, health services and online resources.
***This does not include any eligible federal, state or institutional aid (such as scholarships).

Expenses9 credit hours12–17 credit hours18 credit hours
Tuition*$10,818$14,424$15,626
General student fee$650$650$650
Semester total for off-campus$11,468$15,074$16,276
Year total for off-campus$22,936$30,148$32,552

*Does not apply to online classes. See online tuition information here.

Tuition Information

12–17 credit hours (per semester)*$14,424
18 credit hours (per semester)*$15,626

*Does not apply to online classes. See online tuition information here.

General Student Fee

6 credit hours or more per semester$650
Less than 6 credit hours per semester$325

Additional Fees

Re-registration fee (per semester)$100

View 2022–2023 aviation flight & ground training fees

Nursing Program – Junior/Senior (2022–2023)

Per hour rate for Nursing program*$1,447
Nursing block rate (12 or more hours)$17,358

*Does not apply to online classes. See online tuition information here.

General Student Fee

6 credit hours or more per semester$650
Less than 6 credit hours per semester$325
Dorm Cost
Aventura, Bauer, Bethany, Destino, Esperanza, Valencia, South Pointe or Buena Vida (per semester) $2,710
Buttercup (per semester) $3,069
All residence hall prices include the use of laundry facilities. Please note: private rooms may be available after the add/drop deadline for an additional $500 per semester.

Campus resident meal plans*

PlanCost
21-meals-per-week plan (cost per semester; includes $200 of Fire Funds)$2,655
14-meals-per-week plan (cost per semester; includes $250 of Fire Funds)$2,530
10-meals-per-week plan (cost per semester; includes $275 of Fire Funds)$2,361

*Required for all campus-based students

Commuter meal plans**

PlanCost
25 meals total (cost per semester; includes $250 of Fire Funds)$516
15 meals total (cost per semester; includes $150 of Fire Funds)$308
10 meals total (cost per semester; includes $125 of Fire Funds)$235

**Optional; available to nonresident students only

Southeastern Fire Card: The Southeastern Fire Card (student ID card) has many functions, including: Campus ID, Residence Hall Access, Portico Coffeehouse, Campus Dining, Bookstore, Laundry, Printing/Copying

Campus Cash: You may add personal funds (Campus Cash) to your Fire Card’s general account at any time during the semester. Campus Cash added to the Fire Card may be used at all Southeastern University dining locations, Portîco Coffeehouse, the campus bookstore, and for purchasing copies/printing. These funds will carry over each semester and will remain on your Fire Card. Funds placed on your Fire Card will not be refunded or transferred to your student account until you graduate or officially withdraw from the university.

Fire Funds: All meal plans include Fire Funds, which are funds placed on your card to be used in all campus dining locations, Portîco Coffeehouse, and the stadium concession stand. The Fire Funds indicated will be automatically added to your Fire Card the day after drop/add. Unused Fire Funds expire at the end of the semester.

Card care: Southeastern is not responsible for any unauthorized use of your Fire Card. Please report lost or stolen cards to the Campus Card Office immediately.

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 IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972), national and ethnic origin, or handicap (incompliance 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.

Fees 2022–2023 Academic
Directed studies fee (per credit hour, plus tuition) $100
Music lessons (per semester, per instrument, plus tuition) $100
Practicum $125
Tae kwon do fee $75
Study abroad program fee $200
Practicum media fee (plus tuition) $35
Class media fee (plus tuition) $100
Internship fee (see your program chair for information specific to your major) Variable
Science lab fee – general (plus tuition; see your program chair for information specific to your major) $125 (may vary)
Science lab fee – specific (plus tuition; see your program chair for information specific to your major) $175 (may vary)
Campus
Fire Card replacement (includes sales tax) $15
First Year Experience (total, up-front charge) $420
Vehicle registration fee (per year, includes sales tax) $120
Enrollment/Registration
Academic advising portfolio replacement fee $15
Application/re-application fee (nonrefundable) $40
Audit fee (per credit hour) – Under 55 years of age (Traditional course) $534
Audit fee (per credit hour) – Under 55 years of age (Evening/Online course) $195
Audit fee (per credit hour) – 55 years of age and older $20
Late registration – Courses $120
Payment plan enrollment fee $70
Transcript fee (per transcript) $10
Graduation
Diploma replacement $30
Graduation (undergraduate) $160
Late Registration – Graduation $25
Testing
CLEP test ($15 paid to Southeastern University; $85 paid online to College Board prior to the testing date) $100
Myers-Briggs test $43
Strong Interest Inventory assessment $30

All students are required to obtain financial clearance before they can be guaranteed their class registration and housing for the upcoming semester. Additional fees may apply to students who do not obtain financial clearance by the designated date each semester. Learn more about Financial Clearance.  The Financial Clearance process is one of the components of Fire Ready, which is the clearance process that needs to be completed prior to returning to campus each semester. See what else you need to be Fire Ready here