These fees are charged in addition to tuition and any other lab or special fees noted within the course schedule.
All fees are approved by the UA Board of Regents and KPC reserves the right to change fees and refund policies at any time. Fee assessments are subject to audit and correction and any adjustments will be made within forty days following the close of late registration or after any change in the student’s schedule. Students will be notified by mail of any adjustment.
|ACCUPLACER Testing||$18 per testing session|
|Admission Application||$40 (non-refundable) paid when submitting an admission form|
|Audit||Fees are the same as for those enrolled for credit|
|Credit-by-Examination||$40 per credit; Students must complete all application materials|
|Distance Delivery||$18 per credit distance fee for all distance delivered courses originating at KPC sites excluding classes delivered via video conferencing|
|Facilities||$6 per credit for students enrolled in 1 to 15 credits regardless of class delivery mode. The fee supports facility renovation and infrastructure renewal. The revenue remains at the university from which the fee is collected.|
|Graduation||A $40 fee will be applied when a student submits a KPC graduation application; Students applying to graduate from UAA pay an application fee of $50 to UAA|
|Independent Study||Same as regular tuition rates|
|Laboratory or Materials||Lab and material fees may be charged for some courses. These charges are in addition to tuition and are listed in the course schedules|
|Late Payment||Fees are levied when all tuition and fees owed (or made arrangements to defer payment) have not been paid by the published deadlines (regardless of irregular start or end dates); the first late payment fee is $125 assessed; the second additional late payment fee is $175|
|Network Charge||The fee is $9 per credit lower, $11 per credit upper and professional level, and $21 per credit graduate level. The fee is mandatory for both face-to-face and distance delivered classes. The fee is applied at four percent on a course-by-course basis to tuition, non-resident surcharge and fees in lieu of tuition for credit and non-credit courses; fee covers the maintenance and enhancement of university-wide technology infrastructure. Courses with applicable fees less than the current lower division credit hour tuition rate will be exempt from the charge.|
|Non-Credit Course||Classes numbered 001-049 are non-credit and do not meet degree requirements and they may have fees other than regular tuition|
|Student Activity||Kenai River Campus: $4.50 per credit (max. of $54 per semester)
Kachemak Bay Campus: $4.50 per credit (max. of $54 per semester)
Assessed for students enrolling in one or more credits to support student-related activities; does not apply to distance delivered courses.
|Student Health Center||(KRC only) $8 credit (max. of 15 credits) for students registered for six or more credits; the student health center provides free primary health services, diagnosis and treatment of general health conditions as well as education and support to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Students taking UA distance courses, with or without face-to-face classes, totaling six or more credits are eligible to use the Clinic if the fee is paid. Contact KRC Student Services to pay the fee|
|Summer Course Fee||$10 per summer credit hour charged to provide administrative and instructional support|
|Technology||$7 per credit (max. of $105) per semester charged to provide up-to-date equipment, software, maintenance, training and support. Fee does not apply to distance delivered courses|
|Transcript||Official transcript requests can be made at UAOnline; if an immediate official transcript is required, one only will be furnished within 24 hours (one business day) of receipt of the Transcript Request Form and a fee of $25 received at the UAA Enrollment Management Kiosk at the University Center in Anchorage; faxed or mailed requests cannot be processed in the 24 hour timeframe|
|Test Proctoring||$30 fee for up to three hours of test proctoring services; applies to students from a non-University of Alaska school or university|