Reformed University


The cost of tuition covers only a portion of the student's education and therefore, Reformed University depends upon the generosity of its supporters to make up the difference. In our endeavor to keep costs as low as possible, the following fees are applicable for any 2017 entering students:





Application Fee**



I-20 Student Application Fee



SEVIS Non-Refundable I-901 Fee (only for initial; pay to USCIS)



I-20 Courier Fee (ex: priority mail or express mail)


$50 - $100 (Varies)

Application Fee (Readmission)



Change of Program Fee



Undergraduate Program Tuition (per credit hour)



Graduate Program Tuition (per credit hour)



Course Audit Fee -



Undergraduate Program (per course)



Graduate Program (per course)



Registration Fee(per academic term)



Late Registration Fee



Installment Fee (2-payment plan)



Installment Fee (3-payment plan)



Technology Fee (per semester)



Facility Fee(per semester)



Student Activity Fee(per academic term)



Graduation Fee



Program or Thesis Continuation Fee (per semester)



I-20 Reproduction Fee (Lost, Damaged)



Official Transcript Charge



Official Document Charge



Apostille Fee (per document)



Student ID Replacement Charge



Copies (per page)



Textbook Charges





-Housing Application Fee



-Room Charge (per month)



-Term Room and Board Fee (per month)



-Key Replacement



Insufficient Fund Charge


$50.00(per case)

Late Payment Interest Surcharge


18% Annually

* The fees may be changed without prior notifications.

* Full-time student status for Reformed University is as follows: - For Bachelor's degree program: 12 credit hours (4 courses) per semester - For Master's degree program: 12 credit hours per semester or a combination of classes and 12 clock hours per week toward research and writing

* No student will be allowed to register for a new semester and no transcripts or final grades will be released unless all unpaid bills to the University have been paid in full.

** Application fee is charged only once unless the applicant has completed one program of study and is applying to enter an unrelated program, or the applicant previously withdrew from the institution.