Tuition & Fees: 2019 - 20

Tuition
$43,550
Residence (standard double room) 
$4,500
Residence (super single) $6,280
Residence (single room) $5,398
Dining
$5,260
Fees $426 - Note 1
Total $53,736

Tuition & Fees: 2018 - 19

Tuition
$41,874
Residence (standard double room) 
$4,326
Residence (super single) $6,038
Residence (single room) $5,190
Dining
$5,058
Fees $425 - Note 1
Total $51,683

Continuing Education: 2018-2019

1 Block $3,141
2 Blocks $6,281
3 Blocks $9,422
4 Blocks $12,562
5 Blocks $15,703
6 Blocks $18,843
7 Blocks

$21,984

8 Blocks

$25,124

Fee Amount
Audit Fee (for students not enrolled), per course *$1,400
Late Fee $25 per month
Returned Check Fee $25
Diploma Replacement Fee *$50 plus shipping and handling
Enrollment and Accounts Receivable Deposit $200
Orientation Fee $100
ID Card Replacement Fee $10

International Student Fee (health insurance)

$1,305 (18-19 Academic Year)
Incomplete Registration after Registration closes $25/course
Readmission Deposit $300
Key Replacement: Residence Hall room (per lock) *$100-$500 - Note 2
Summer internship $400/credit
Summer individual project $1,400/credit
Summer online course – Cornell College affiliated $1,400/credit
Summer online course – non-Cornell College $1,600/credit
Transcript Fees View Registrar transcript page
Vehicle Registration Fee *$45
Music Lessons (Music Majors)

$200/30 minute weekly session per semester (0.25 credit)

$300/60 minute weekly session per semester (0.5 credit)

$100/30 minute weekly piano session per semester toward proficiency exam (0.25 credit)

Music Lessons (Non-Music Majors) $350/30 minute weekly session per semester (0.25 credit)

* Optional services

** If, after completing the program, the participant does not re-enroll at Cornell, the courses taken and the credits earned in the program will not be recorded on the student’s Cornell transcript unless he or she pays a processing fee of $100 for each course transferred.

Note 1 - The $225 activity fee ($226 for 2019-2020) is assessed annually for all students and is administered by Student Senate.  These funds are allocated to various student groups to facilitate their operations, activities, and events.  The $200 technology fee will allow the college to continually upgrade our interactive classroom technology as well as student resources such as after-hours support and increased bandwidth and WiFi access.

Note 2 - The Key Replacement requires re-keying multiple locks (i.e. key lost for exterior door), the scope increases with the level of access granted by the key, and the maximum charge will be limited to $500.