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Tuition and Fees

summer session 2015

Tuition, Fees and Payments

All fees and tuition charges are due and payable in full at the time of registration. The 2015 summer tuition rate is $744 per credit. A three-credit lecture course is $2232.
For science courses carrying a 1-credit lab, the lab tuition is $744 plus an additional lab fee of $200 which covers laboratory materials (for example a Biology lecture is $2232, the Biology lab is a total of $944 ($744 1-credit tuition + $200 lab fee).
For those wishing to audit a course, the fee is $1116.
The registration fee is $45.

Boston College reserves the right to change or withdraw offerings if necessary and alter fees and charges from those published, without prior notice.

 

Payment

Payment may be made by e-check or credit card. New students will be activated in the BC system within 24 hours of registration, and may then pay via e-check or credit card through the Agora portal. Continuing Woods College students may pay through the Agora portal as soon as they have registered for summer courses.

Housing fees are to be mailed directly to Residential Life.

 

Summer Withdrawals and Refunds

Students wishing to withdraw from a summer course must complete an official withdrawal form in the Summer Session Office in St. Mary’s Hall South, or send a written notification of withdrawal to the Summer Session Office. Tuition and laboratory fees are refundable; the registration fee is non-refundable. If a student drops a course in the Summer Session Office, before the second class meeting, no record is maintained; for students withdrawing after this, a grade of W is recorded on the student’s transcript and no academic credit is granted. All course withdrawals must be submitted to the Summer Session Office prior to the final scheduled class meeting.

Students dropping a course on or before the second scheduled class meeting will receive a 100% refund of tuition. There are no refunds for students withdrawing from a class after the second class meeting.

Students are responsible for the tuition for all courses for which they have registered.

 

 

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