Tuition and Fee rates are approved by the University System of New Hampshire Board of Trustees and are subject to change at any time.
2014-2015 Tuition (Fall '14 & Spring '15)
Undergraduate Tuition (100-400 level courses)
N.H. residents $469 per credit ($440 tuition and $29 mandatory fees)
Out-of-state residents $519 per credit ($490 tuition and $29 mandatory fees)
Mandatory fee $29 per credit for fall and spring. Late registration fee $10 (charged if registration is received after the last official date of registration, not charged for weekend or late start courses)
- Applied music fee $280 per 2- or 4-credit lesson and $160 per 1-credit lesson.
- Parking fee $30-$250**
No registration fee is charged for either credit or non-credit courses. Mandatory fees provide access to campus services and facilities including computer labs and health services.
** All students (even those only on campus during the evenings), faculty/staff, and guests are required to have a permit to park on campus and they must park in the area designated by their permit. Information for acquiring parking permits can be obtained from the Campus Safety office located at the intersection of Wyman Way and Main Street.
Note: Each academic course carries four (4) credits per semester unless otherwise noted. During the fall and spring, Continuing Education students may take no more than eleven credits per semester and no more than seven credits per summer session without obtaining special permission. Please note that the Plymouth State MBA and non-credit courses have their own tuition and fee schedule. Refer to the individual program schedules.
No late fees will be assessed for weekend course registrations; however, early registration is encouraged. Under-enrolled classes may be cancelled. Full-time matriculated students registering for weekend courses are required to pay full tuition, no fees, at the time of registration. Some classes require books, which must be purchased in advance at the Bookstore.
All tuition and fees are payable at the time of registration and may be paid by cash, check, money order, Visa, or MasterCard. Make checks payable to Keene State College. Continuing Education fees are non-refundable once a student has officially registered. Tuition and fees are established by the University System of New Hampshire Board of Trustees and may be adjusted at any time.
Information on alternative student loan programs is available at Student Financial Services in Elliot Hall.