|2017 - 2018 Fee Schedule|
|Fee Name||Fee Amount|
|UPF (0-6 credit hours)*||$291.10|
|UPF (7 or more credit hours)*||$469.85|
|Student Access & Success||$92.95|
|Technology Fee per Credit Hour||$11.00|
|Distance Learning Course per Credit Hour||$35.00|
International/Domestic Student Health Insurance**
|Library Services per Credit Hour||$6.25|
|Student Research per Credit Hour||$1.50|
*Off-campus, Offutt and Distance Learning courses are not subject to the UPF Fees, Cultural Enrichment or the MavCARD Services fee, but are subject to the Student Access & Success Fee, Technology Fee, and Library Fee.
**All non-immigrants (including visa types F, J, H1, H4, P1, R1, and all others) are assessed the International Student Fee.
The fee is waived for students with:
- Pending or granted Asylum (ASY)
- Immigrant card holder (IM)
- Naturalized citizen (NZ)
- Permanent resident (PR)
- Refugee (RF)
- Temporary Protection Status (TPS)
All International students with F or J Visa types will be assessed International Student Health Insurance Fees and will be covered by the UNO Insurance plan, unless students prove sufficient insurance coverage by using the following portal prior to the fourteenth day of classes.
Learn more about the University of Nebraska Omaha Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP).
Student fees are generally mandatory and non-refundable. However, Technology Fees, and Library Fees are refundable at the same rates as tuition.
In addition to normal tuition and student fees, course related fees may be charged to your student account. These are fees deemed necessary by the department to pay for laboratory use, materials costs, or other costs incurred in the offering of a course to you.
Inquiries about the assessment of course fees should be directed to the department offering the course. They are considered non-refundable fees.
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