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Fees

Basic Fees

Orientation Fee (mandatory for all entering students) $165 one-time fee
Student Life Fee (mandatory) $465/semester
Technology Fee (mandatory) $280/semester
Student Life Fee - Low Residency (mandatory) $180/summer term
Technology Fee - Low Residency (mandatory) $100/summer term
Health Insurance Fee (charge waived with proof of personal insurance coverage) $1,618
Health Insurance Fee (Spring 2014 only) $1,008
Health Insurance Fee (Summer 2013 graduate students only) $190
Health Insurance Fee (Exchange Program Fall 2013/Spring 2014) $764
Security Deposit (mandatory for all entering students) $150 one-time fee

Parking Fees

Annual Parking Permits

Non-resident "General" Student Parking Permit $120/year Station Lot
"Resident" Parking Permit $200/year Founders Green Lot

Spring Parking Permits

Non-resident "General" Student Parking Permit $60/year Station Lot
"Resident" Parking Permit $100/year Founders Green Lot

Summer Parking Permits

"General" Summer Grad Parking Permit $40/Summer term

Administrative Fees & Deposits

Admission Deposit/Tuition Deposit Early Decision $450/$550
Housing Deposit/Housing Deposit Early Decision $550/$650

Application Fees (nonrefundable)

Undergraduate $60
Graduate $60

Re-admittance Deposit

Undergraduate $150

Penalty Fees

Late Registration for Classes $100
Late Enrollment Fee $100
Late Payment Fee 2.5% of balance due
Returned Check Fee $25
Lost, Stolen, or Damaged ID $25
Housing Damage Deposit (refundable) $250

MICA Campus Safety 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
Boot Removal Fee $100

Security Deposit

Your bill will also include a one-time Security Deposit charge of $150. When a student graduates or leaves MICA, this deposit will be used to cover the cost of unreturned library books and fines, equipment damage, sculpture material, video fines, unpaid parking tickets, etc. Any remaining portion will be refunded after the student leaves MICA.

Orientation Fee

Entering students are required to pay a one-time Orientation Fee that is used to support the Orientation Program and activities.

Technology Fee

All students at the Maryland Institute College of Art are assessed a mandatory "Technology Fee." MICA's Technology Fee provides partial funding for MICA's overall investment in technology throughout the campus. MICA's technology systems, services and facilities require constant updating and expansion to ensure the college remains technologically competitive in supporting our students' needs. This fee supports our wireless network, smart classrooms, computer labs, classroom software, fiber-optic network, the My MICA portal, AV services, and related technologies that students and faculty need for their education and art making. 

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 remaining events are provided at a reduced cost.  This fee supports MICA Fitness, 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 Shuttle service.

Student Life Fee - Low Residency (MFAST & MAED)

The Student Life fee supports a wide variety of resources and programs that support student wellness and strengthen the experience for Low Residency Graduate Students during the summer session. The fee supports MICA Fitness, 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 functions such as the College's Evening Shuttle Service. The Student Life fee also helps to provide support for Low Residency Students in the GradLab.

Housing Damage Deposit

A $250 Housing Damage Deposit will be charged at the beginning of the student's first semester residing on campus. Once the student leaves campus housing or graduates, a refund may be requested from Residence Life and Off-Campus Housing, minus any adjustments for room damages or lost keys.