Student fees are mandatory and non-refundable.
Student Activities Fee
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(Excluding contract credit courses, study abroad students, students enrolled in distance learning courses only, students enrolled in the BU Advantage Program and persons over the age of 60 who takes course[s] for audit.)
The activity fee entitles all students to admission to varsity games, convocations, dances, events, and the opportunity to participate in a varied program of co-curricular activities, including intramural athletics.
The Student Activity Fee funds the following types of programs on campus: the Student Handbook and Planner, Orientation, 40 clubs and organizations, 12 athletic teams, intramural sports, travel, Common Hour programs, family events, films, picnics and more.
*student fees do not impact operating budget.
$10 new first time matriculated students.
Excluding contract credit courses, study abroad students, students enrolled in distance learning courses only, students enrolled in the BU Advantage Program and persons over the age of 60 who take course(s) for audit.
Student Health Service Fee
(Excluding high school students taking college level courses off campus at their high schools, contract credit courses, study abroad students, students enrolled in distance learning classes only, students enrolled in the BU Advantage Program and persons over the age of 60 who take course[s] for audit.)
Money collected from the Health Service fee is used for physician services, drugs, supplies, educational material, diagnostic equipment, special health programs and related Health Service expenses. The fee is nonrefundable if the student withdraws from the College.
International Student Health Insurance
Mandatory for matriculated international students with F1 student visas or other non-immigrant categories. Excludes students enrolled in distance learning courses only. Rates established by the SUNY international Student and Scholar Health Insurance Program.
Claim forms are available in the Student Health Services office during the year. Students who withdraw and wish a refund of their health insurance fee must apply directly to the insurance company. Note that the “Health Insurance” mentioned in this paragraph is different from the “Health Service Fee,” which is not an insurance.
The College does not provide medical insurance. Information about such insurance is available through Student Health Services and directly from insurance companies.
Tuition and fees are subject to change.