Students and/or their families will be notified in writing each spring of the tuition rates for the coming academic year.
2013-2014 Tuition for Undergraduates
|Full Time - Per Semester *||$19,700|
|Full Time - Academic Year *||$39,400|
|Part Time - Per Credit Hour||$1,640|
* covers 12.0 to 18.0 credits—additional tuition charges apply when credits taken exceeds 18.0
On-campus costs include utilities, local telephone service, and high speed Internet access; Meyerhoff House residents also have cable TV.
The Commons, Meyerhoff House, and Gateway
to share double bedroom in an apartment
for a single bedroom in an apartment
|Housing Damage Deposit||$250|
The Housing Agreement is made for an academic year, unless the student moves into housing mid-year. Should a student move from the residence hall at any time while under agreement, the remainder of the rent for the term(s) will be billed to the student's account. For more specific information, please review the Housing Agreement form or consult with the Office of Residence Life and Off-Campus Housing. A percentage of board may be refunded based on the date of official withdrawal from the College.
Off-campus housing is estimate$5,850 per year.
|200 Meal Plan
(14 meals/week* with $50 Dining Dollars)
|150 Meal Plan
(10 meals/week* with $100 Dining Dollars)
|100 Meal Plan
(7 meals/week* with $100 Dining Dollars)
|75 Meal Plan
(5 meals/week* with $50 Dining Dollars)
Our meal plans are designed specifically to match the lifestyle of artists. They're also your best buy for eating on campus-you always get more for your dollar when you use a block meal rather than purchasing the same items à la carte.
Breakfast is served both à la carte and "all-you-care-to-eat." A la carte and block meal selections are available in both the Meyerhoff House Dining Room and at Café Doris, located in the Fox Building. Lunch and dinner in the Meyerhoff House Dining Room during the week and all weekend meals (brunch and dinner on Saturday and Sunday) are "all-you-care-to-eat."
In addition to the block meals, meal plans include "dining dollars." These provide the greatest value when used for a cup of coffee or a snack between classes. Dining dollars are exclusively for food at Meyerhoff House Dining Room, Café Doris, and Java Corner and may be redeemed without using a block meal.
First-year students are required to select meal plans of 150 or greater. Students may change, add, or drop meal plans within the first week of each semester. However, once the meal plan change period has expired, students will not be able to drop or reduce plans. Unused block meals will be forfeited at the end of each semester. Dining dollars carry over from fall to spring semester but are forfeited at the end of the year. Please note that even if you live off-campus, you can still sign up for a meal plan.
|Orientation Fee (mandatory for all entering students)||$165 one-time fee|
|Student Life Fee (mandatory)||$900/academic year|
|Technology Fee (mandatory)||$540/academic year|
|Health Insurance Fee for academic year (charge reversed with proof of personal insurance coverage and hard waiver)||$1295/academic year|
|Health Insurance Fee (Spring only)||$895 (subject to change)|
|Health Insurance Fee (Summer only)||$200 (subject to change)|
|Security Deposit (mandatory for all entering students)||$150 one-time refundable deposit|
MICA Student Life Fee
The Student Life fee supports a wide variety of resources and programs that support student wellness and strengthen the co-curricular experience. This fee allows most campus events to be free for students, and the remainder are provided at a reduced cost. This fee supports MICA Fitness and Student Counseling, and enables students to have free access to both resources. Additionally, students have access to free care at MICA Student Health Services, although there is a cost for some services and tests. The Student Life fee also helps support other critical functions such as the College's Evening Shuttle service.
Annual Parking Permits
|Non-resident "General" Student Parking Permit||$120/year Station Lot|
|"Resident" Parking Permit||$200/year Commons Lot|
Spring Parking Permits
|Non-resident "General" Student Parking Permit||$60/year Station Lot|
|"Resident" Parking Permit||$100/year Commons Lot|
Administrative Fees & Deposits
|Undergraduate Admissions Deposit (non refundable, applied to tuition)||$450/$600 Early Decision|
|Housing Deposit||$550/$650 Early Decision|
|Transcripts (first 9 copies free, each copy thereafter||$3|
Application Fees (nonrefundable)
|Late Registration for Classes||$100|
|Late Enrollment Fee||$100|
|Late Payment Fee (initially)||2.5% of balance due|
|Returned Check Fee||$25|
|Lost, Stolen, or Damaged ID||$25|
|Damage Deposit (refundable)||$250|
MICA Parking Fees
|Fire Lane (automatic tow)||$50|
|Disabled Persons (automatic tow)||$50|
|No Valid Parking Permit||$25|
|No Parking Area||$25|
|Reserved Space (without permit)||$25|
|Obstructing a Driveway or a Motor Vehicle||$25|