8 CRR-NY 302.1NY-CRR

OFFICIAL COMPILATION OF CODES, RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
TITLE 8. EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
CHAPTER V. STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
SUBCHAPTER A. REGULATIONS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
PART 302. TUITION, FEES AND CHARGES
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302.1 Tuition and fees at State-operated units of State University.
The payment of tuition and fees in the State-operated units of the State University shall be governed by the following definitions, regulations, and schedule of rates to be charged.
(a) Definitions.
For the purpose of establishing rental schedules, tuition fees and other charges, the following definitions shall apply:
(1) Semester. A period of attendance in which the school year is customarily divided in two equal sessions. In some cases an optional third semester is available.
(2) Student.
A student at a college operating on a semester basis is any person registered for 12 or more semester hours of work in a regular program whether on campus or at another location.
(3) Special student.
(i) A special student at a college operating on a semester basis is any person registered for fewer than 12 semester hours of work.
(ii) A student attending a summer session, which is not a regular semester, is a special student for the purpose of this definition.
(4) Change of status. A person who registers and commences classes initially as a student but whose program is later curtailed for academic reasons, does not change status during that semester to that of special student.
(5) Residence. A person whose domicile has been in the State of New York for a period of at least one year immediately preceding the time of registration for any period of attendance shall be a New York resident for the purpose of determining the tuition rate payable for such period. All other persons shall be presumed to be out-of-state residents for such purpose, unless domiciliary status is demonstrated in accordance with guidelines adopted by the Chancellor or designee.
(6) State or Federal law requiring in-State rates. Notwithstanding a student’s domiciliary status, a student will be considered a resident eligible for in-State tuition rates where so required under State or Federal law.
(b) Tuition charges as listed in the following table for categories of students, terms and programs, and as modified, amplified or explained in footnotes 1 through 12 are effective with the 2019 fall term and thereafter.
Charge per Semester
New York State residentsOut-of-State residentsNew York State residentsOut-of-State residents
(1)Students enrolled in degree-granting undergraduate programs leading to an associate degree and non-degree granting programs of at least one regular academic term in duration which have been approved as eligible for Tuition Assistance Program Awards$3,535 $3,2352$8,490 $5,5203 $5,4204 $5,5005 $5,7756 $8,4907 $4,2408$295$708 $4603 $4524 $4585 $4816 $7087 $3538 $2959
(2)Students enrolled in degree-granting undergraduate programs leading to a baccalaureate degree and non-degree granting programs of at least one regular academic term in duration which have been approved as eligible for Tuition Assistance Program Awards$3,535 $3,2352$8,490 $4,2408 $12,37010 $12,33011 $5,30512$295$708 $3538 $1,02310 $1,02811 $44212
(3)Students enrolled in graduate programs (other than Masters of Business Administration, Architecture, Social Work or Physician's Assistant) leading to a Master's, Doctor's or equivalent degree$5,655$11,550 $6,7858 $8,48512$471$963 $5658 $70712
(4)Students enrolled in a graduate program leading to a Doctorate of Audiology$5,170$11,670$476$973
(5)Students enrolled in a graduate program leading to a Masters of Business Administration (MBA)$7,500$12,195 $9,0008$625$1,016 $7508
(6)Students enrolled in a graduate program leading to a Masters of Architecture$7,310$12,620$609$1,052
(7)Students enrolled in a graduate program leading to a Masters of Social Work$6,540$11,105 $7,8508$545$925 $6548
(8)Students enrolled in a graduate program leading to a Doctorate of Social Work$9,600$12,600$800$1,050
(9)Students enrolled in a graduate program leading to a Masters of Health Administration$6,985$11,550$582$963
(10)Students enrolled in the professional program of pharmacy$13,225$18,570$1,102$1,548
(11)Students enrolled in the professional program of law$12,705$14,750$1,059$1,229
(12)Students enrolled in the professional program of medicine$21,835$32,580$1,820$2,715
(13)Students enrolled in the professional program of dentistry$18,450$31,475$1,538$2,623
(14)Students enrolled in the professional program of physical therapy$12,195$15,350$1,016$1,279
(15)Students enrolled in the professional program of optometry$14,910$25,575$1,243$2,131
(16)Students enrolled in the professional program of physician assistant$8,110$14,990$676$1,249
(17)Students enrolled in the professional programs of doctor of nursing practice$12,560$16,080 $15,3708$1,047$1,340 $1,2818
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1 The Chancellor shall determine the equivalent of a credit hour.
2 In accordance with Part HHH of Chapter 59 of the Laws of 2017, students who are both eligible for, and recipients of, an Excelsior Scholarship from the State of New York are to be charged the resident undergraduate rate of tuition approved by the Board of Trustees in the 2016/17 academic year.
3 In accordance with chapter 309 of the Laws of 1996, and enabling action by the Board of Trustees, the Colleges of Technology at Alfred, Canton, Cobleskill, Delhi, and Morrisville are authorized to charge a lower rate for non-resident students enrolled in degree-granting programs leading to an associate degree or in non-degree granting programs. This reduced rate does not apply to those students enrolled in degree-granting programs leading to a baccalaureate degree. Alfred is authorized to charge the rate noted effective with the fall 2019 term.
4 In accordance with chapter 309 of the Laws of 1996, and enabling action by the Board of Trustees, the Colleges of Technology at Alfred, Canton, Cobleskill, Delhi, and Morrisville are authorized to charge a lower rate for non-resident students enrolled in degree-granting programs leading to an associate degree or in non-degree granting programs. This reduced rate does not apply to those students enrolled in degree-granting programs leading to a baccalaureate degree. Delhi is authorized to charge the rate noted effective with the fall 2019 term.
5 In accordance with chapter 309 of the Laws of 1996, and enabling action by the Board of Trustees, the Colleges of Technology at Alfred, Canton, Cobleskill, Delhi, and Morrisville are authorized to charge a lower rate for non-resident students enrolled in degree-granting programs leading to an associate degree or in non-degree granting programs. This reduced rate does not apply to those students enrolled in degree-granting programs leading to a baccalaureate degree. Canton is authorized to charge the rate noted effective with the fall 2019 term.
6 In accordance with chapter 309 of the Laws of 1996, and enabling action by the Board of Trustees, the Colleges of Technology at Alfred, Canton, Cobleskill, Delhi, and Morrisville are authorized to charge a lower rate for non-resident students enrolled in degree-granting programs leading to an associate degree or in non-degree granting programs. This reduced rate does not apply to those students enrolled in degree-granting programs leading to a baccalaureate degree. Morrisville is authorized to charge the rate noted effective with the fall 2019 term.
7 In accordance with chapter 309 of the Laws of 1996, and enabling action by the Board of Trustees, the Colleges of Technology at Alfred, Canton, Cobleskill, Delhi, and Morrisville are authorized to charge a lower rate for non-resident students enrolled in degree-granting programs leading to an associate degree or in non-degree granting programs. This reduced rate does not apply to those students enrolled in degree-granting programs leading to a baccalaureate degree. Cobleskill is authorized to charge the rate noted effective with the fall 2019 term.
8 In accordance with chapter 437 of the Laws of 2015, the Board of Trustees is authorized to establish a new category of tuition for non-resident students enrolled in distance learning courses at SUNY.
9 In accordance with chapter 309 of the Laws of 1996, and enabling action by the Board of Trustees, the Colleges of Technology at Alfred, Canton, Cobleskill, Delhi, and Morrisville are authorized to charge this lower rate for special students (part-time) enrolled in degree-granting programs leading to an associate degree or in non-degree granting programs, and taking classes at off-campus locations or during the summer or winter intercessions. This reduced rate does not apply to those students enrolled in degree-granting programs leading to a baccalaureate degree.
10 In accordance with chapter 54 of the Laws of 2016, the University Centers at Buffalo and Stony Brook are authorized to charge this rate for non-resident undergraduate students.
11 In accordance with chapter 54 of the Laws of 2016, the University Centers at Binghamton and Albany are authorized to charge this rate for non-resident undergraduate students.
12 As authorized by the Board of Trustees (2010-081), Maritime College is authorized to charge up to this rate for non-resident students from states and commonwealths considered to be in-region (Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Virginia, and Washington D.C.).
(c) Intercollegiate athletics fee.
The chancellor, or designee, is authorized to approve the request of the chief administrative officer at a State-operated campus to establish a campus intercollegiate athletics fee and, thereafter, any increases to such fee. When approved, the fee shall be mandatory for all undergraduate students, and, if so provided for in the request, for all graduate students enrolled at that campus. A pro rata portion shall be paid by part-time students. The fee proceeds shall be deposited in an appropriate State University account, or may be paid to authorized campus foundation or auxiliary service corporation accounts for the purpose of operating the respective campus's division 1 intercollegiate athletics program or operating its intercollegiate athletics program during the transition period leading to division 1, in accordance with a contract subject to the approval of the Office of the State Comptroller, and shall be administered in accordance with State University policy. Any request to establish a campus intercollegiate athletics fee shall demonstrate campus support pursuant to a written consultative process prepared by the chief administrative officer which shall include a student referendum. The chief administrative officer shall assure equitable athletic opportunities are available in the campus intercollegiate athletics program to all qualified individuals.
(d) Health services fee.
The chief administrative officer at each State-operated campus which operates student health services shall establish a health services fee with the approval of the Chancellor, or designee. The fee shall be established following approval by the Chancellor, or designee, of a three-year plan for funding student health services at each campus to be determined by campus location, enrollment and the level of health services required. When approved, the fee shall be assessed upon all students enrolled in undergraduate and graduate programs at the campus. A pro rata portion shall be paid by part-time students. In each plan the chief administrative officer shall identify categories of students who may be exempted from the fee if their courses of study do not permit access to the student health services available on campus. Any increases to the fee shall be approved by the Chancellor or designee.
(e) Notwithstanding anything contained in this section to the contrary, members of the Armed Forces of the United States on full-time active duty and stationed in New York State and their spouses and dependents, whether or not residents of New York State as defined in paragraph (a)(5) of this section, shall be charged tuition at the applicable resident student rate as set forth in this section.
(f) Time and method of payment; additional guidelines.
The Chancellor, or designee, shall issue regulations concerning the time and method of payment of all fees included in this section, and shall issue such other guidelines as shall be necessary to implement the definitions, regulations and schedule of rates adopted herewith. Such regulations and guidelines shall provide that, except where otherwise authorized, no person shall receive credit or other official recognition for work completed satisfactorily, or be allowed to reregister, until all tuition, fees and all other charges authorized by State University have been paid, or university student loan obligations have been satisfied.
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Current through March 15, 2020
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