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Tuition and Mandatory Fee Estimator

Using the Tuition and Fee Estimator

Overview

Please select an option from each drop-down to get started. Definitions of select educational terms for reference are below. Once you get to credit hours, please put the number of credit hours that you will take for the selected campus.

Taking Classes on Multiple Campuses?

If you will be taking courses on multiple campuses please select the “+” button at the end then select your second campus and the number of credit hours you wish to take. Once all options have been selected, please click the “Estimate Cost” button to get your estimated amount.

Important Note

The Board of Regents (BOR) approves tuition and fee rates each school year with new rates usually effective each Fall, but are subject to change according to BOR policy. The estimator below will provide a close estimate of your cost for the selected semester.

However, the estimate provided may not reflect the exact cost of attendance and should not be used as a binding quote for the cost of attendance at UNG. Room and board as well as additional course fees for labs, field placement, etc. are not included in this estimate and can be found on the additional tables below.

All fields are required. This tool provides a rough estimate only. Additional fees which may apply are found below the estimator.

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Definitions of Select Educational Terms for Estimator
  • In-State - If you have established residency in Georgia as per Board of Regents Policy 4.3.
  • Out-of-State - If you have not established residency in Georgia as per Board of Regents Policy 4.3.
  • Undergraduate - Enrollment in an associate or bachelor's degree program.
  • Graduate - Enrollment in a master's or doctorate program.
Other Fees/Deposits

Spring 2019

Spring 2019 Miscellaneous Fees

Fee Name Rate
Academic Transcript (Base Rate from 3rd Party Vendor) $8.00
Application Fee (Undergraduate) $40.00
Application Fee (Graduate) $40.00
Confirmation (Tuition) Deposit $200.00
Confirmation (Tuition) Deposit - Doctor of Physical Therapy $300.00
NSO (1-Day New Student Orientation) $40.00
NSO2 (2-Day New Student Orientation) $130.00
NSOO (Multi-Day New Student Outdoor Orientation) $150.00
Graduation Fee $45.00
Housing Application Fee (Non-Cadet) $150.00
Housing Deposit (Cadet) $250.00
Institute of Environmental and Spatial Analysis (IESA) $40.00
Late Payment Fee (per credit hour) $6.00
Late Registration Fee $75.00
Nursing Testing Fee (4-Pay) $180.00
Nursing Testing Fee (Single Pay) $777.00
Nursing Graduate Testing Fee $70.00
Nursing Clinical Personal Liabilitiy (Undergraduate & Graduate Students) $15.00
ETS Major Field Test $50.00
International Fee $300.00

Spring 2019 Course Related Fees

Fee Rate
Applied Music Fee $100.00
Applied Music Fee Tier 2 $200.00
Art (Visual Arts) Tier 1 $10.00
Art (Visual Arts & Media Studies) Tier 2 $100.00
Field Placement $75.00
Health Science Lab - BSN $60.00
Modern Language Course Fee $15.00
Natural Science (Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Teacher Education) Lab Fee $50.00
Psychology Capstone Course Fee $28.00
Psychology Lab Fee $50.00
CRJU 4001 POST Lab - Contemporary Issues in Policing $110.00
CRJU 4005 Criminal Forensics II Lab $40.00
CRJU 4008 POST Lab - Death Investigations $10.00
CRJU 4009 POST Lab - Patrol & Traffic Investigations $440.00
CRJU 4400 POST Lab - Legal Liabilities of CJ Personnel $126.00
CRJU POST Lab - Academy Program Fee $900.00
Education Teacher Performance Assessment (edTPA) $300.00

Spring 2019 ROTC Fees

Fee Name Rate
FROG Week Orientation $150.00
Uniform Fee (Cadet) $2,000.00
Definitions of Mandatory Fees

Definitions of Mandatory Fees

Activity Fee

The student activity fee is used to fund various organizations that serve and benefit students, such as the Student Government Association, Student Activity Board and Commuter Council. The funds also provide for activities, such as concerts and seasonal events, which are available to all UNG students. (Prorated at 1-4 and 5-6 credit hours).

Athletics Fee

The athletics fee is used to support the NCAA athletics programs at UNG.  Students assessed the athletics fee have full access to sporting events throughout the regular athletic seasons. (Prorated at 1-4 and 5-6 credit hours).

Health Services Fee

The health services fee covers basic health care services, prevention and self-help skills education, many over-the-counter medications, first-aid supplies, and prescription medications. Student Health Services is located on the lower level of the Chestatee Building on the Dahlonega Campus. The health services fee is not mandatory on the Gainesville, Cumming or Oconee campuses, but students may pay the fee and take advantage of the services offered on the Dahlonega Campus.

Institutional Fee

The special institution fee, established in 2009 and required system-wide by the Board of Regents, supports continued academic excellence during times of reductions in State funding. (Prorated at 1-4 credit hours).

Rec Center Fee

The Rec Center fee was implemented to cover the cost of construction and furnishing of the Student Recreation Center on the Dahlonega Campus. Students enrolled on the Gainesville, Cumming and Oconee campuses are not required to pay the Rec Center fee, but may pay the fee and take advantage of the facilities and services of the Rec Center.

Transportation Fee

The transportation fee is used to cover costs associated with the construction of student parking decks, construction and upkeep of surface parking lots, sidewalks and other access-related expenses across all campuses.

Technology Fee

The technology fee supports technology infrastructure and services related to academic and instructional needs of students. This includes the equipping of access to software, computer labs, network and internet access, and instructional technology. (Prorated at 1-4 and 5-6 credit hours).

Room and Board Rates

Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 Housing Information

The below housing rates are per person/per semester for the Dahlonega Campus for fall 2018 and spring 2019.

Please note: *Meal plan is a separate fee not included in the housing fees. **Includes $20.00 non-cadet housing fee. ***Includes $50.00 cadet housing fee. 

Residence Hall &
Contract Type
Meal Plan* Non-Cadet Housing Fee**
Per Person
Per Semester
Cadet Housing Fee***
Per Person
Per Semester
Schedule & Contracts

Gaillard Hall
Liberty Hall Suites
(Suite Style - Cadets Only)

Required

Single: $3,443.00
Double: $2,863.00

Single: $3,473.00
Double: $2,893.00

Closed between semesters and fall/spring breaks.
Contracts run from 8/17/18 - 5/4/19.

North Georgia Suites
(Suite Style)
Required

Single: $3,443.00
Double: $2,863.00

Single: $3,473.00
Double: $2,893.00

Open continuously from mid-August to May.
Contracts run from 8/17/18 - 5/4/19.

Owen Hall
(Apartment Style)
Optional $3,776.00 $3,806.00

Open continuously from mid-August through July.
Contracts run from 8/17/18 - 7/27/19.

Patriot Hall Suites
(Suite Style)
Required

Single: $3,443.00
Double: $2,863.00

Single: $3,473.00
Double: $2,893.00

Closed between semesters and fall/spring breaks.
Contracts run from 8/17/18 - 5/4/19.

The Commons
(Suite Style)
Required

Single: $3,723.00
Double: $3,097.00

Single: $3,753.00
Double: $3,127.00

Open continuously from mid-August to May.
Contracts run from 8/17/18 - 5/4/19.

Traditional Residence Halls
(Donovan Hall,
Lewis Annex,
Lewis Hall)
Required

Single: $2,532.00
Double: $1,872.00

Single: $2,562.00
Double: $1,902.00

Closed between semesters and fall/spring breaks.
Contracts run from 8/17/18 - 5/4/19.

Meal Plan Rates

Fall 2018 & Spring 2019

Meals per Week Cost (per semester)
Unlimited $2,130.00
15 Meals $1,970.00
10 Meals $1,855.00
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