Tuition and Charges Summer 2017
For the most up-to-date rates, visit the Tuition and Fees Web site.

Undergraduate Tuition

All credits (per credit hour) $1,900*

Graduate Tuition

All credits (per credit hour) $1,900*

Audit Work

No degree credit and nonrefundable.
Tuition, per course $1,850*

Student Center Complex Fee - Per Session

$78

Health and Counseling
Center Fees -
Per session

$77.00*

Student Activity Fee - Per Session

$ 11.00*

Health Insurance fee

$633.00*

*All tuition and fees are subject to change.

For the most up-to-date rates,
visit the Tuition and Fees Web site.

Students are responsible for their tuition and fees upon registration (billing is online in CaneLink). Tuition charges are assessed based on the number of credits for which the student is enrolled. Undergraduate, graduate, law day, law evening, and medical students have different rates. Other special programs have special rates. For rates of special programs, see the announcements that are published concerning these components of the University's academic program.

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Financial Aid
www.miami.edu/ofas

Undergraduate and Graduate students who wish to apply for need-based financial assistance during the Summer 2017 term must submit the 2016-17 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).  The application became available October 1, 2016 and is available online at www.fafsa.gov.

Undergraduate Students:
Assistance during the summer term is limited to Federal Pell Grant, Federal Direct Loans, Federal Work Study and other student employment opportunities, and private education loans—all depending on eligibility.   Using any portion of a student’s annual eligibility for Federal Pell Grant or Federal Subsidized or Unsubsidized Direct Loan will reduce the amounts available for the upcoming fall and spring semesters commensurately.   Undergraduate students must be enrolled in at least six (6) credits in the summer (in any combination across the summer terms) to qualify for federal loans and some private education loans.  For students with no enrollment or who are enrolled less than half-time but who wish to use Federal Work Study in the summer will need to submit a Summer Financial Aid Request Form at Summer Work Study Form.    Please note:  that undergraduate students who are interested in receiving financial aid for the upcoming 2017-18 fall and spring semesters must have a completed financial aid file by April 15, 2017 in order to receive a summer aid award package.  This includes submission of a completed CSS Profile and all requested tax and income documentation requested on CaneLink. 

Graduate Students:
Graduate students must be enrolled in at least three (3) credits to qualify for federal loans as well as some private education loans.  For students with no enrollment or who are enrolled less than half-time but who wish to use Federal Work Study in the summer will need to submit a Summer Financial Aid Request Form at Summer Work Study Form.

For more information regarding financial assistance, please visit www.miami.edu/ofas.  If you have questions, please call or stop by the office at the Whitten University Center, Suite 2275, and 305-284-6000. 

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General Summer Federal Work Study Information
www.miami.edu/ose

Summer Federal Work Study (FWS) eligibility is based on the preceding academic year's eligibility. A student must have the preceding academic year's FASFA on file and demonstrate summer financial need in order to be awarded. If a student is enrolled in summer classes at UM, the Office of Financial Assistance Services will review summer FWS eligibility automatically and notify the student.

Students who are not enrolled in summer classes at UM and believed to be eligible (if eligible during the preceding academic year) may complete a Summer FWS Appeals form. Students are awarded depending on availability of Federal funds. Check the Student Employment website for additional information, summer dates, pay periods, etc. at www.miami.edu/ose.

Law and Medical students will be reviewed for summer FWS by their respective financial aid offices and eligibility criteria.

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Tuition Refund
Semester Refund Schedules

Students who have advised the appropriate University department of their withdrawal, through 60 percent of the semester, will receive credit for tuition and eligible financial aid funds using a prorated calculation based on the basis of attendance. This policy is reviewed annually and subject to change. For additional informatin visit www.miami.edu/account-services.

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Return of Unearned Financial Aid
www.miami.edu/account-services

Title IV funds will be returned in accordance with the federal regulations. All other aid will be returned based on the tuition refund percentage. For more Information please select the “Refund Schedule” and “Refund Policy” tabs on www.miami.edu/account-services for additional information.

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