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Summer Tuition for Undergraduates 2014

Undergraduate students registering for academic credit during the summer session are charged per unit of registration. The charge is $470 per unit. There is a minimum charge of $2,820, which covers up to 6 units of registration. Students who register for more than 6 units will be charged per unit, up to a maximum of $14,900.

For students registering for SB thesis only, there is a minimum charge of $1,865, which covers 3 units of registration. Registration for more than 3 units will be charged at the rate of $470 per unit, up to a maximum charge of $14,900.

Undergraduate students participating during the summer in off-campus internship programs approved by the Provost’s Office will be charged 35% of the maximum tuition charge. For the current summer session this charge is $5,215.

Information about tuition pro-ration for students who withdraw during the summer session is available on the Summer Pro-ration Table.

Special undergraduate students and non-institute undergraduate visiting students should refer to the tuition and fee information specific to special students and visiting students.

For more information about tuition rates and pro-ration, please contact Peter Hayes, Associate Registrar.

If you need assistance with your MITPAY Student Account, please contact your Student Financial Services Counselor for Customer Service.