Tuition and Fees Information

Explanation of Fees

Fee TypeFee Explanation
*College of Education and Health Professions Supplies the colleges and schools with funds to purchase and maintain state-of-the-art equipment for instructional programs.
*College of Engineering Supplies the colleges and schools with funds to purchase and maintain state-of-the-art equipment for instructional programs.
*College of Engineering Tuition Differential tuition for engineering classes.
*Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences Supplies the colleges and schools with funds to purchase and maintain state-of-the-art equipment for instructional programs.
*Facilities Fee Provides support dedicated specifically to campus facilities needs, including major projects and deferred maintenance.
*First Year Experience Fee The FYE fee funds co-curricular programs and initiatives that assist students in having a successful first year at the University of Arkansas.
Health and Wellness Fee Covers Wellness and Health Promotion educational programs and healthy student behavior programs to maintain health and safety. Covers individual consultations with a certified wellness coach, consultation with a Registered Dietitian and consultation with an Orthopedic Specialist from the community. Student Health Fee also provides students access to sexual assault counseling, prevention and advocacy services. The Student Health fee also covers several mental health services, such as 24-hour mental health emergency care, the cost for two intake assessments with a mental health clinician per semester, most group counseling sessions, case management/referral services, psychiatric nurse consultations, refill requests and outreach/advocacy.
*ID Card Fee Covers the cost of a student ID card, giving students access to the HPER building, library privileges, the option of participating in the Razorbucks program and the ability to purchase tickets for athletic events at student (reduced) prices.
*International Graduate Orientation Fee A mandatory fee for new international graduate students to attend international student orientation. Orientation will insure that graduate students are provided information on immigration responsibilities and compliance, cultural adjustments, and how to thrive in a different academic system.
International Student Health Insurance Fee Ensures that any international student without health insurance receives coverage through the University for the term in which they have been assessed. Mandatory health insurance for international students is assessed at the monthly premium for August - December in the fall semester and for January - July in the spring semester.
International Student Service Fee Provides advising programs and services for international students and scholars.
*J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences Supplies the colleges and schools with funds to purchase and maintain state-of-the-art equipment for instructional programs.
*Library Fee Provides additional support for library materials acquisitions.
*Media Fee Fosters a sense of community by partially funding the production of student publications, specifically the Arkansas Traveler student newspaper and the Razorback yearbook.
*Network & Data Systems Fee Gives support for the development and operation of the campus network, which serves computer labs, academic and administrative buildings, residence halls, and off-campus access facilities.
*New Student Fee Funds Orientation, first year and transfer student programming, helping students make a successful transition to the UofA and student life.
*School of Architecture Tuition Tuition charge for students in the School of Architecture.
*Student Activity Fee Funds University Programs--a campus organization that provides a balanced schedule of cultural, social, educational, and recreational events for the students throughout the year.
*The School of Architecture Supplies the colleges and schools with funds to purchase and maintain state-of-the-art equipment for instructional programs.
*The School of Law Supplies the colleges and schools with funds to purchase and maintain state-of-the-art equipment for instructional programs.
Transit Fee Helps fund the Razorback Bus Transit System serving the campus and neighboring community year round.
*Walton College of Business Supplies the colleges and schools with funds to purchase and maintain state-of-the-art equipment for instructional programs.
*Walton College of Business Tuition Differential tuition for business classes.

* 1098-T eligible fees

Important Deadlines
Deadline Fall  2022
Financial Adj for Dropped Classes See New Policy
Financial Adj for Withdrawal See New Policy
Payment Deadline (no payment plan) Aug 26
Financial Aid/Scholarship Disbursement Begins Aug 15
Payment Plan Last Installment Nov 26

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