2012-2013 Non-Academic Fees
Full-time, traditional undergraduates live in residence halls. Family housing is not available. View Room and Board Fees.
If you live on campus, you must participate in one of Queens' meal plans. View Meal Plans.
Each residence hall room has a telephone line,* cable T.V. service and Internet access. You must bring your own telephone, television and computer. The cost of these services is included in the basic room charge.
*North Hall residents must arrange their own telephone service.
Each residence hall room has a combination microwave-refrigerator-freezer appliance. The residence hall buildings have free, state-of-the-art laundry rooms.
You must pay a $150 room-damage deposit if you live in a residence hall. Your deposit will be held until you graduate or leave campus housing, then refunded, except for any outstanding charges. You must pay for room damage charges billed to your student account before graduation or vacating of dorms. The deposit doesn't eliminate your rite to appeal any and all room-damage charges.
Safety and Transportation
- Resident Students -- $265 per academic year, billed in two equal installments over Fall & Spring
- Commuter/Graduate/Hayworth/Nursing Students -- $165 per academic year, billed in two equal installments over Fall & Spring
Payment Plan Fees:
- Monthly installment plan (Self Enrolled) -- $50 per semester
- Monthly installment plan (Administratively Enrolled) -- $150 per semester
- Tuition-deferment plan -- $250 per semester
- Health and illness insurance -- $960 per year
- Athletic insurance -- $120 per year
- Transcript -- $5
- Transcript (expedited) -- $15
- General Fee* -- $130 per semester
Excludes students paying the comprehensive tuition rate, and graduate students.
Required Health-and- Illness Insurance
If you're a full-time student paying the comprehensive tuition rate or a full-time or part-time student in the ASN, BSN and Accelerated BSN programs, Queens automatically bills you for a health and illness insurance plan. To decline participation in and remove charges from an account for this insurance, you must fill out an opt-out verification form online with the university's insurance provider during the first semester of each academic year you're enrolled. If you're a full-time student paying the comprehensive tuition rate or a full- or part-time student in the ASN, BSN and Accelerated BSN programs, you'll get brochures outlining coverage, costs and limitations in the summer at your permanent home address. Student-athletes have extra insurance requirements, and should contact the athletics department for details.