Florham Campus Tuition and Fees

All fees, tuition and charges are subject to change at any time at the discretion of the University’s Board of Trustees.

Application Fee

All students applying to the University for the first time and all students reapplying after a lapse of one or more semesters will be charged the application fee of $50, which will not be refunded or credited to tuition.

Tuition

New Students

Full-time Undergraduate Students new to FDU (incoming freshmen and transfer students), Fall 2021: $32,000.00 per academic year

Currently Enrolled

Full-time Undergraduate Students, Fall 2021: $43,654.00 per academic year

For important information about FDU’s changes to its tuition structure and its impact on continuing students, please see Creating Greater Access and Opportunity.

Full-time students are charged a flat-fee tuition in the spring and fall semesters. Students are permitted to register for 12 to 18 credits per semester.

Per Credit Rate

Full time Undergraduate student per credit rate for students not eligible for flat rate tuition:

$1,285.00

Residence Halls

Excluded are vacation, summer session, winter session and special contractual arrangements. Off-peak rates per week: $330.00

Park Avenue Residence Hall and Rutherford Hall

 

Single Occupancy

Fall 2020 $7,391
Spring 2021 $8,695

Double Occupancy

Fall 2020 $4,973
Spring 2021 $5,851

Triple Occupancy

Fall 2020 $4,153
Spring 2021 $4,886

Village Area

 

Single Occupancy

Fall 2020 $5,772
Spring 2021 $6,790

Double Occupancy

Fall 2020 $3,896
Spring 2021 $4,583

Triple Occupancy

Fall 2020 $3,262
Spring 2021 $3,838

Conversion Suite

Fall 2020 $3,896
Spring 2021 $4,583

Twombly Halls

 

Single Occupancy

Fall 2020 $5,772
Spring 2021 $6,790

Double Occupancy

Fall 2020 $3,896
Spring 2021 $4,583

Triple Occupancy

Fall 2020 $3,262
Spring 2021 $3,838

Village 3 Danforth Hall – Year-Round Housing (12 months)

 

Single Occupancy

First Half $6,928
Second Half $8,151

Double Occupancy

First Half $4,821
Second Half $5,672

Food Service for the Academic Year

Rates and descriptions shown are for Fall 2020. Information for Spring 2021 is not yet announced. Excluded are vacation, summer session, winter session and special contractual arrangements.

Meal Plan and Rate

Description

Meal Plan A
Fall 2020 $2,071

  • 140 Block meals to be used for breakfast, lunch or dinner menus in the main dining hall.
  • $100 Flex dollars to be used for retail menu purchases and to supplement block meals as needed.
  • $185 Fairleigh 1Card Cash Grubhub dollars to be used for off campus purchases at eateries that participate in the Grubhub delivery program.

Meal Plan B
Fall 2020 $2171

  • 140 Block meals to be used for breakfast, lunch or dinner menus in the main dining hall.
  • $100 Flex dollars to be used for retail menu purchases and to supplement block meals as needed.
  • $285 Fairleigh 1Card Cash Grubhub dollars to be used for off campus purchases at eateries that participate in the Grubhub delivery program.

Meal Plan C
Fall 2020 $2271

  • 140 Block meals to be used for breakfast, lunch or dinner menus in the main dining hall.
  • $100 Flex dollars to be used for retail menu purchases and to supplement block meals as needed.
  • $385 Fairleigh 1Card Cash Grubhub dollars to be used for off campus purchases at eateries that participate in the Grubhub delivery program.

Meal Plan D
Fall 2020 $1,581

  • Note: Available Fall 2020 only in Park Avenue residence halls
  • 60 Block meals to be used for breakfast, lunch or dinner menus in the main dining hall.
  • $150 Flex dollars to be used for retail menu purchases and to supplement block meals as needed.
  • $230 Fairleigh 1Card Cash Grubhub dollars to be used for off campus purchases at eateries that participate in the Grubhub delivery program.

First time full time freshman are given $50 Fairleigh 1Card Cash. These dollars are separate from our meal plans and can be used at all on- and off-campus locations that accept the Fairleigh 1Card. There are no meal plans in Fall 2020 semester that include Fairleigh 1Card Cash.

Other Fees & Expenses

Technology Fee$942.00
University Wellness Fee$140.00
Returned check charge (NSF, no sufficient funds)$25.00
Transcript Fee (per copy)$5.00
New student fee, nonrefundable (international students, new freshmen and transfers)$820.00
Graduation Fee (Associate and Bachelors degrees)$250.00
Graduation Fee (Accelerated degrees)$250.00
Florham Campus Resident Freshman Parking Fee (per semester)$225.00
Health and major medical insurance per year:Can be waived for domestic students. Can also be waived in certain circumstances for International Students with documentation of alternative coverage.
U.S. citizens$2,163.00
International students$2,163.00
Experiential learning credits
Fee per posting (6 credit limit)
CLEP$270.00
Peace Corps$270.00
VISTA$270.00
Special Challenge Examinations and other University-evaluated credit for prior experience$270.00
Auditing Fee (Regular, per course)
Add $10.00 registration fee/technology fee per semester and any required course fees.
$1,006.00
Senior citizens, Metropolitan Campus (per course)$280.00
Florham Institute of Lifelong Learning, (FILL) Florham Campus (per course)
Per semester for one or more courses offered by Division of Life Experience. Fee waived if senior citizen fee of $280.00 is paid for any regular University course.
$280.00
Alumni Auditor (per course)
Add $10.00 registration fee/technology fee per semester and any required course fees.
$580.00
Other ExpensesEstimated
Books$1,230
Transportation – Commuter Student $3,150
Transportation – Resident Student$1,430
Miscellaneous Expenses$2,856
Estimated cost for each academic year for books, supplies and equipment varies from $500.00 to $625.00, depending upon the curriculum.
Medical technology students pay a fee of $1,095.00 for the 32 college credits earned in the 12-month hospital practice period. The fee, which covers supervision of the program, is payable in the fall semester of the senior year.

All fees, tuition and charges for the 2020-2021 academic year are subject to change at the discretion of the University’s Board of Trustees.