Tuition & Fees
School of Continuing and Professional Studies
We at Chatham understand that continuing your education is a significant financial commitment. Here are many answers to your pressing tuition questions so that you may know exactly how much a course or program of study will cost. Chatham University's School of Continuing and Professional Studies offers courses and programs charged on a per-credit basis. Students may apply for financial aid if they take a minimum half-time course load of 6 credits per semester, and different payment options are available through the Student Accounts Office.
|Tuition Per Credit||College Fee|
|Undergraduate||$854||$235 Per Term|
|Graduate||$903||$26 Per Credit|
Health Insurance Policy
All full-time students are required to have health insurance coverage. Full-time students who do not provide proof of alternate coverage through the online waiver process will be enrolled in the Chatham University Student Health Insurance Plan and billed automatically at a cost of $890 per semester. To be considered full-time, a student must be enrolled in 9 credits for the fall, spring, or summer terms. Questions about the requirement may be directed to the student accounts office at 412-365-2719.
Late Registration Policy
Effective with the Fall 2006 registration cycle, Chatham University has implemented a late registration policy. Any current student who registers after the designated open registration period each semester will be assessed a $150 Late Registration Fee. This is a non-refundable fee added to the student's term invoice.
Financial Clearance Policy
Effective with the Fall 2006 registration cycle, Chatham University has implemented a new financial clearance policy. Any pre-registered student will be responsible to make payment arrangements and financially clear by the published tuition due date each semester. Students who do not financially clear by the published tuition due date will be assessed a $150 Late Financial Clearance Fee. This is a non-refundable fee added to the student's balance.