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EXPENSES AND FINANCIAL AID FIXED EXPENSES 2018-2019 Hampden-Sydney does not operate for profit, and expenses are maintained at a minimum consistent with efficiency and high standards. Actual student fees account for approximately 3/4 of the total cost of the student’s education. The remainder is provided by income from endowment and by gifts from alumni, friends, and foundations. Expenses and costs listed below are composed of certain fixed fees payable to the College. Tuition............................................................. $43,446 Room and Board Double room/5 Meal Plan................................ $8,400 Double room/15 Meal Plan...........................$13,214 Double room/Unlimited Meal Plan...............$13,558 Single room/5 Meal Plan............................... $10,690 Single room/15 Meal Plan.............................$15,504 Single room/Unlimited Meal Plan.................$15,848 Study Abroad.................................................. $13,558 Comprehensive Fee......................................... $2,300 Special Fees Course overload, per credit hour (over 19 credit hours).................................... $1,360 Part-time and Special Students, per credit hour (fewer than 12)..................... $1,360 Reissue of Student I. D....................................... $20 Late Payment Fee............................................ $125 Parking Permit/Registration Fee..................... $282 Boat/Trailer Parking/Registration Fee ............ $141 Study Abroad/Cooperative Program Fee (per semester)............................................... $1,800 The College reserves the right to make changes to tuition and fees without prior notice.

EXPLANATION OF FEES Tuition covers the cost of education (12-19 hours), materials required in laboratory courses, admission to athletic events held on the campus (except NCAA Tournament events), student publications, and other activities. It does not cover breakage of College property or the purchase of expendable materials for laboratory courses. Room & Board covers cost of room occupancy and board. Each student is responsible to the College for the condition of his room and is expected to report any damage to College property to the Associate Dean of Students. The student must pay the costs of repairs or replacement for any damages and, depending on the circumstances, may suffer disciplinary action. All students-except day students, those residing off campus, those residing in private homes on campus, and married students living with their spouses-are required to board in the Commons. Unlimited, 15 and 5 meal (per week) plans are available. All freshmen are required to have the unlimited plan. The 5 meal plan is limited to those students living off campus. If a student has a serious medical problem relating to diet, he may request that the College waive the boarding requirement. He must submit a specific diet recommended by his physician to the Dean of Students, who will consult with the food service manager. If the food service manager cannot reasonably meet the dietary requirements, the Dean of Students may waive the board requirement if the student can meet his dietary needs in an otherwise satisfactory manner. Comprehensive Fee covers all other costs. These include access to campus technology and computing center service, health and wellness programs, student organizations and activities. This fee is charged 50% for each semester and is non-refundable. Course Overload. Students who by special permission of the Executive Committee of the Faculty are taking more than 19 hours of course work in a given semester must pay an overload fee for credit hours above 19. Part-time (fewer than 12 hours) and Special Students (normally no more than 7 hours) pay a per-credit-hour fee for courses taken at the College. See the descriptions in the Academic Program section. Students carrying at least 12 hours each semester are considered full-time. Late Enrollment Fee is assessed when a student

Academic Catalogue, 2018-19  
Academic Catalogue, 2018-19  
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