Tuition and Fees
Graduate students who register at least six weeks prior to the start of classes will receive an email notification to their Lehigh email account that their tuition bill is ready to view online at the e-Bill Suite. Students that register less than six weeks prior to the start of classes will most likely not have a tuition bill generated prior to the start of classes. To remain in good standing, tuition charges must be paid prior to the start of classes even if the student has not received a tuition bill because of his/her late registration for classes. Students can review their current account balance online 24/7 by logging into the e-Bill Suite or the Campus Portal. Information about the various payment options is available at the Bursar’s Office web site at www.lehigh.edu/inburs/ or by calling the Bursar’s Office.
A student in good standing who formally withdraws or drops a course(s) before 60% of the semester has been completed is eligible for a tuition refund. Academic fees are non-refundable after the first day of classes. The “first day of classes” is considered the first day of the semester, not the first day a particular class meets. Courses not following standard semester dates will have percent-of-semester-completed refunds based on dates for that specific course. Online courses percent-of-semester-completed are based on access availability, not if/when student first accessed course material. No tuition refunds will be made for courses of one week or less after the first day of class.
Tuition and Fees for 2018-2019 per credit hour
|College of Arts & Sciences||$1,500|
|College of Business & Economics||$1,075|
|College of Education, and for fulltime elementary and secondary teachers and administrators enrolled in the other three colleges||$565|
|College of Engineering & Applied Science||$1,500|
|Special Programs MBA & Engineering||$1,500|
|MS Accounting and Information Analysis||$1,235|
|M² - Masters of Science in Management - 9 month program (30 credits)||$47,950|
|Accelerated MBA (1-year)||$64,750|
|Audit charge per course – same as credit charge in the appropriate college|
|Maintenance of candidacy – same as a one-credit charge in the appropriate college|
|Master's candidate registration fee – same as a onecredit charge in the appropriate college|
The university maintains a graduate student housing complex in the Saucon Valley that has 135 living units. This complex, Saucon Village Apartments, provides units generally on a yearly lease basis. For the 2018-2019 period beginning in September, the following are the monthly rents exclusive of utilities:
|Two-bedroom apartment w/o AC||$800|
|Two-bedroom apartment w/AC||$835|
230 W Packer\Packer House Rent
The university also maintains graduate housing on the Asa Packer campus. 230 W. Packer and Packer House provide single bedrooms within small houses where residents share bathrooms and a common kitchen. These rooms are provided on a 9 month (230 W. Packer) or yearly (Packer) basis. For the 2018-2019 period beginning in September, the following are the monthly rents:
|Application fee||Consult with individual college (for graduate admission consideration)|
|Late pre-registration 1||$100|
|Late application for degree||$50|
|Late payment (after announced date)||$200|
|Returned check fine||$35|
|Identification card (replacement)||$30|
|MBA Orientation Fee||$375|
|Supervision fee 2||$225 to $350|
Assigned to full-time graduate students who do not select their full class load during the designated period each term.
College of Education (per 3 credits) Intern courses require a special supervision fee which varies from $225 to $350. Inquire in your department.