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Auto Permit Fee: $75 per semester for all students. This fee is automatically charged to every student. If student does not have a car on campus, a waiver needs to be signed for each semester with the Public Safety office. This needs to be done by the second week of classes or you will be obligated to pay the fee.
Board Charge (Meal Plan): $2,619 per semester ($5,238/year) for all resident students. More details can be obtained through AVI, the College's dining services operator. Commuters may purchase a meal plan in the Financial Services office.
Security (Dorm) Deposit: A $100 one-time charge. This deposit will remain untouched until the student graduates or withdraws from Thiel College.
Freshman Experience Fee: $300 one-time charge to cover all expenses related to the Freshman Experience.
Full-Time Tuition: $12,499 per semester for student taking 12-18 credits.
Over 18 Credits: Additional $834 per credit hour.
Part-Time Tuition: Charges are based on the number of credits taken –
Thiel H.S. Scholar: $199 per credit hour
Housing: Standard housing (double room) charge of $2,619 per semester. Charge subject to change depending on individual housing arrangements.
Laboratory/Bowling Fee: $50 per class
Health and Wellness: $112 per semester mandatory for all full-time students.
Private Music Fee: $100 per credit ($250 no credit)
Reservation Deposit: Credit for the $150 deposit paid by freshmen and transfer students to reserve a place in class.
Student Services Fee: $315 per semester for all full-time students, $40 per credit for part-time students – covers programs, activities and services related to student learning outside of the classroom.
Technology Fee: $475 per semester for all students registered for 6 or more credits, and $30 per credit for students registered for 1-5 credits – This fee covers the cost of delivering technology in the classroom and throughout campus, which includes providing notebook computers to every student, supporting the wireless network across campus, access to laser printing stations and the support of Thiel’s technology support center. Also provides resident students with local telephone service with a personal number, digital voicemail and expanded basic cable television.