2014-2015 Expenses & Fees
|General Fees ||$600|
|Room Rent (see note #1)||$5,000|
|Board (see note #1)||$5,050|
|Total Regular College Expenses ||$43,073|
|Replacement I.D. Fee ||$20|
|Late Registration Fee ||$15|
|Orientation Fee |
(payable once by entering students)
|Student Teaching Fees ||$150|
|Music Fees |
Music 1/4 Unit of Instruction
Music 1/2 Unit of Instruction
- Room and board charges for students living in sorority or fraternity houses may vary from the above stated charges.
- Students attending approved semester abroad programs will be charged Hanover College tuition and room fees for that semester. Students will be eligible for their regular semester financial assistance and will also be awarded a $500 Travel Scholarship.
- Students attending the Washington Center or Philadelphia Center semester internship programs will be charged host center tuition and an additional $500 internship fee. Students will be eligible for their regular semester financial assistance. Room and board will be arranged between the student and the host center.
- The first enrollment period covers the first academic term (13 weeks plus the examination period). The second enrollment period covers the second and third academic terms (13 weeks plus the examination period and 4 weeks). Travel expenses incurred in off-campus study opportunities during the four-week spring term are the responsibility of the student. Eligible students are given the opportunity to compete for spring term grants to help with travel expenses.
- Students taking less than 3 units in the Fall Term or less than 4 units in the combined Winter and Spring Terms will be charged part-time tuition at a rate of one-ninth of their yearly tuition charge per unit. Those taking more than 4 1/2 units in the Fall Term or 5 1/2 units in the combined Winter and Spring Terms will be charged at a rate of $3,603 per unit for the additional units.
- Full-time students taking a course for audit which results in an overload will be charged at a rate of 1/2 the applicable overload charge. Part-time students taking a course for audit will be charged tuition at a rate of 1/2 the unit cost provided there is space in the desired class and permission has been secured from the professor.
- Senior citizens (age 55 and older) taking a course for credit will be charged tuition at the rate of 1/2 the unit cost. An Application for Admission must be filed with the Office of Admission. Senior citizens taking a course for audit only, with no credit earned, will be charged tuition at the rate of 1/4 the unit cost. A Course Audit Application must be filed with the Registrar's Office. In both situations, there must be space in the desired class and permission from the professor.
Payment of Fee
All expenses for the enrollment period must be paid in full by the due date indicated on the semester billing in order to attend classes. Billing for the Fall Term will be available in mid-July with the balance due by August 22, 2014. Billing for the Winter/Spring Term will be available in mid-November with the balance due by December 18, 2014.
If payment is not received by the due date, course schedules will be canceled. Students may be denied permission to continue in the College if payment is not received. Students' financial obligations must be satisfied before grades can be given, diplomas awarded or transcripts issued.
For students and parents who wish to pay educational expenses on a monthly installment plan, the College offers an interest free payment plan called EasyPay. Information regarding EasyPay can be found at hanover.edu/easypay. There is an enrollment fee of $25/semester.
All students returning for the fall enrollment period are required to pay a $300 deposit by March 1. This deposit, paid by the March 1 deadline, assures that the student will (1) be able to register for Fall Term classes both on campus as well as with our affiliated programs off-campus (2) be able to reserve space in a residence hall, sorority or fraternity house for the academic year. This deposit is non-refundable after July 1.
Freshman deposits paid are non-refundable after May 1. All deposits will be applied toward academic fees. Make your online deposit.
Students who withdraw from school or drop courses affecting their bills, including overloads and music lessons, during an enrollment period will be granted adjustments of tuition and fees as follows:
|Attendance of up to two weeks||80%|
|Attendance of more than five weeks||0%|