Graduate Level Tuition, Fees and Payment

All charges listed in the financial section are those that are current at the time of the printing of this catalog. These charges are subject to change without notice by the College.

Student tuition, room and board, and applicable course fees are due by August 1 for fall semester and January 1 for spring semester. Summer tuition and fees are due five days prior to the start of each summer session. Students unable to meet these obligations may apply for financial assistance through the Financial Aid Office, prior to the first day of classes.

Graduate Level Application Fee (non-refundable) $55

This one-time fee is submitted with the initial application

Tuition and Fees

Tuition and fees are adjusted on an annual basis. The following fee schedules for graduate programs are in effect for the 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 academic year:

Master of Accountancy Tuition: per semester credit $525
Graduate Student Fee: per semester $100

Fee supports technology, student services, use of Hunthausen Activity Center and access to campus events

Master’s Degree Graduation Fee (one-time fee during the final semester) $100

Room and Board (Optional)

Graduate students have the option to live on campus in the residence halls or apartments. Graduate students residing at the college may choose to have a meal plan.

  1. Room and board rates include the non-transferable right to occupy the room assigned and to participate in the meal plan except during vacation periods when the residence halls and dining facilities are closed as indicated in the official college calendar. In determining the room and board rates, it is understood that students will not necessarily be present at every meal served. No refunds are made for meals missed. Students with special dietary needs are not automatically granted exceptions to the board requirements. Students who have special diets prescribed by a physician should consult the Dining Services Director.
  2. Carroll does not assume responsibility for loss or damage to any student’s personal property. Students are encouraged to obtain renter’s insurance for their personal property or consult their parent’s homeowner’s insurance policy for coverage.
  3. Personal effects of returning students may be left in the room during the regular term vacations. However, all personal effects must be removed from the college residence halls at the end of the academic year or upon withdrawal from the college.
  4. Occupancy of the student room or boarding on campus is not permitted after a student withdraws from the college. The College does currently allow recent alumni to continue their leases in the Campus Apartments pending availability.

Campus Apartments

The apartments, which opened May 2014, are a great new addition to the on-campus living options. Open to 3rd-year and above undergraduate students as well as graduate students, these two and three-bedroom units require a 12-month lease. Graduate students are able to rent a campus apartment to live with approved same-gender roommates, their spouse and/or dependent children. The unfurnished apartments include stainless steel appliances. Utilities are billed by apartment. Parking permits can be purchased to access campus parking. Apartment renters are required to pay a deposit.

Apartment Rates (2018-2019):

3-bedroom $1,245 per month (based on unit price)
2-bedroom $930 per month (based on unit price)

Note: Charges listed are subject to change without notice.

Meal Plans

Meal plan selections are for the academic year and are non-transferrable. Students are offered the opportunity to change their meal plan selection through the first week of school each semester. Students must show their ID/meal card to enter the dining hall and when using their Flex Cash.

Carroll College Meal Plan Selection

Cost per

Meal Plan Block Meals Flex Available To Semester
Saints Unlimited $105 All students $2,472
Halo 225 $250 All students $2,362
Charlie 190 $325 All students $2,250
Purple 115 $175 Junior, Senior and Graduate students only* $1,294
Apartment/ Commuter 70 $200 Senior, Graduate and Apartment residents and commuters only** $887

*Junior, Senior, and Graduate students may also choose Saints, Halo, or Charlie meal plans.

**Apartment residents and commuters may also choose Saints, Halo, Charlie, or Purple meal plans.

All meal plans have access to breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Unused meals are not transferrable to future semesters.

  • Block meal plans give students a set number of meals and Flex Cash. Students with the Block plan can choose to eat at any time the dining hall is open.
  • Flex Cash are dollar amounts that can be used at all campus dining locations. Unused flex cash from fall semester will carry over to a spring semester meal plan, providing a meal plan is purchased spring semester. Unused flex cash does not carry over at the end of spring semester.

For dining hours and further information, please check the website http://www.carrolldining.com or contact the general manager of Sodexo at (406) 447-5194.

See the full Carroll College Catalog for a description of other elective fees such as transcript fee, parking permit, as well as important Payment Information.