College of Professional and Continuing Education

Tuition & Fees

Undergraduate Tuition: $1,050.00 per course
Graduate Tuition: $2,200.00 per course

Undergraduate Audit Fee: $525.00 per course (Please note that the audit option is not available for all courses and audit status must be declared when registering for a course.)

Half-unit courses and audits are charged at one-half tuition.

Registration Fee: $35.00 per semester

Materials/lab fees noted in the course description where applicable.

Late Fee

Late Registration Fee: $40.00 (Registrations received after the published registration dates are charged a late fee. Registration dates are on the academic calendar.)

Other Fees

Undergraduate Degree Candidates

Matriculation Fee: $35.00
Diploma Fee: $40.00

Graduate Degree Candidates

Graduate Matriculation Fee $40.00

Graduate Administration Fee $100.00 (one time fee effective Fall 2013 for all continuing graduate students who have completed three courses). Graduate Non-resident Fee $100 per semester. Graduate degree candidates who have successfully completed all course work and one year on their thesis must pay a non-resident fee during the normal registration period. Except in extenuating circumstances, the non-resident fee increases to $200 per semester if the student renews the three-year candidacy period.

 

Important information about cash payments to Clark University

Clark University is required to file IRS Form 8300 on behalf of all students who pay $10,000 or more in cash within a 12 month period. If a student's total cash payments for a 12 month period equal or exceed $10,000, the student must bring their passport or current driver's license to the Cashier's office when making payment.

Students 60 or Older

Students 60 or older may register for credit, on a space-available basis, for one undergraduate course per semester for $100 plus any relevant fees. Students must contact the COPACE office prior to registering for a course. Additional courses will be charged at full-tuition rates. The 60-or-older tuition benefit does not apply to independent study, directed readings, some off-campus programs or to graduate courses. Students wishing to be assured a space in class where enrollments are limited should pay full tuition when registering. (All students are encouraged to donate to this "over 60" program or any other COPACE scholarship program.)

Course Withdrawal Refunds

The student must fill out a course drop slip in the COPACE office. Please see the academic calendar for specific dates and refund percentages. Alumni Enrichment, 60 or older and Friends of COPACE scholarships are non-refundable except in the case of a course cancelled by COPACE.