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Tuition & Fees

Welcome to ASU-Mountain Home.  The cashier’s office is open Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. except for university holidays, and is located on the third floor of Roller Hall.  Students may also contact by phone at (870) 508-6125.

The Cashier's office now REQUIRES direct deposit of student refunds. Please sign and return the direct deposit form.

Tuition and fees are payable at the time of registration. Each student must pay all fees before attending classes. Payment of tuition may be made with cash, check, or credit card.  Any student who has not made payment or agreed to a payment plan by the first day of class will be withdrawn from classes.  The University reserves the right to change the amount of fees and/or to add additional fees at any time such action is deemed necessary.  Any student that has received financial aid APPROVAL prior to registration may charge tuition and fees to his/her account.

The STUDENT is responsible for all tuition and fee charges whether he/she attends class or not. Non-attendance of classes does not automatically drop/withdraw you from classes. Proper procedures for drop/withdrawal must be followed.

Any student may pay online by logging in to Campus Connect, under the "Student Information" tab click “Review/Pay Account,” select the school term/semester, click “Pay By Credit Card.”

TUITION & FEE PAYMENTS ARE DUE BY NOON ON THE FRIDAY PRIOR TO THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS EACH SEMESTER.  FAILURE TO MEET THIS DEADLINE WILL RESULT IN YOU BEING DROPPED FROM ALL COURSES.

 

SCHEDULE OF TUITION & FEES
Tuition per Credit Hour (In-State Resident) $94
Tuition per Credit Hour (Out-of-State) $160
Infrastructure Fee per Credit Hour $17
Academic Excellence Fee per Credit Hour $5
Automotive Lab Fee (per credit hour) $25
Automotive Program Tools Rental Fee (per credit hour) $35
Biology Lab Fee (per credit hour) $25
Botany Lab Fee (per credit hour) $25
Certified Nursing Assistant Drug Screening Fee (CNA 1007L & 2007L) $40
Certified Nursing Assistant Malpractice Insurance (CNA 1007 & 2007) $16
Certified Nursing Assistant Testing Fee (per course) $90
Chemistry Lab Fee (per course) $25
EMT Background Check Fee (EMT 1007) $25
EMT Malpractice Insurance (EMT 1007) $16
EMT National Certification Exam Fee (EMT 1007) $70
EMT State Certification Exam Fee (EMT 1007) $20
Funeral Science Certification Exams (per credit hour) $20
Funeral Science Lab Fee (FUS 2181L, BUS* 2181L) $100
Funeral Science Malpractice Insurance (FUS 1001) $16
Geology Lab Fee (per course) $25
HVAC Lab Fee (per credit hour) $25
HVAC Program Tools Fee (per credit hour) $25
Online Fee per Credit Hour (Internet, Internet Assisted, & Distance courses) $30
Paramedic Malpractice Insurance (PAR 1112) $16
Paramedic FISDAP Fee (PAR 1013) $215
Paramedic ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support) (PAR 1213) $100
Paramedic AMLS (Advanced Medical Life Support) (PAR 2395) $100
Paramedic Background Fee (PAR 1104) $45
Paramedic Lab Fee (per credit hour) (PAR 1103) $100
Paramedic PALS (Pediatric Advanced Life Support) (PAR 1105) $100
Paramedic PHTLS (Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support) (PAR 2395) $100
Paramedic State/National Licensure Fee (PAR 1104) $150
Phlebotomy Drug Screening Fee (PHL 1007) $40
Phlebotomy Lab Fee (PHL 1007) $25
Phlebotomy Malpractice Insurance (PHL 1007) $16
Physical Science Lab Fee (per course) $25
Placement Exam (COMPASS/ACCUPLACER) $20
Practical Nursing Drug Screening (LPN 1305) $40
Practical Nursing HESI Practice Exam (LPN 1402, 2405, 2412) $100
Practical Nursing Lab Fee (LPN 1305) $25
Practical Nursing Malpractice Insurance (LPN 2914) $16
Prior Learning Application Fee $10
Prior Learning Processing Fee (per credit hour) $30
Registered Nursing Course Fee (per credit hour) $100
Registered Nursing Program Malpractice Insurance (RN 2119) $16
Returned Check Fee $23
TECH Lab Fee (per credit hour) $25
Welding Lab Fee (per course) $150

* Malpractice Insurance applied to students enrolled in: Certified Nursing Assistant, Certified Nursing Assistant Medication Assistant, Practical Nursing, Phlebotomy, Paramedic/EMT, Registered Nursing, Funeral Science Internship, and Respiratory Care. 

 

Outstanding Account Balance Procedures

Each student is responsible for all tuition and fees which are due and payable upon registration of classes unless a student has qualified for financial aid. Outstanding balance notices are sent annually in late October and late March.  Any student with an outstanding balance on his/her account at the end of the term is placed on financial hold by the business office. This hold prevents the student from registering for another term so he/she can resolve the current balance.

If the student plans to graduate and they have an outstanding balance, the registrar's office will contact the student and request that he/she contact the business office in regards to his/her account before allowing graduation.

If any student continues to have an outstanding balance after a term, the balance will be considered delinquent and will be sent to the State of Arkansas to be deducted from his/her state income tax. If no payment is made after this process, the account balance will be sent to collections.

Refund Schedule

No refund of tuition and/or fees is made unless a claim is made through the cashier at the time of withdraw.  Refunds apply to tuition and fees only.  ASUMH will not refund the cost of books or supplies.

Any student enrolled in courses that are cancelled will receive a full refund of tuition and fees paid for the cancelled course.

Any student who is withdrawing from a course or the university is eligible for a refund according to the following schedule:

 

 

Term or Semester

Spring 2016
Date & TimeRefund
100%
80%
60%
0%
Fall 2016
Date & TimeRefund
Before 4:00 pm August 26 100%
August 29-September 1 before 4:00 pm 80%
September 5 - September 9 before 4:00 pm 60%
After 4:00 pm, September 16 0%
Seven Week & Summer
Date & TimeRefund
First Day of Class 100%
2nd and 3rd Day 80%
4th – 6th Day 60%
After 6th Day 0%
Non-Credit Courses
Date & TimeRefund
Before First Class Meeting 100%
After 1st Class Meeting 0%

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