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Human Biology Program Cost
The estimated cost for the Human Biology program is calculated every year, the information below is for the 2020-2021 Academic Year.
|Education costs per semester||Tuition||Fees*||Books*||TOTAL costs per semester||Education||Room and Board*||Attendance|
|Fall (15 credits)||$8,640||$484||$849||$9,973||$3,966||$13,939|
|Winter (15 credits)||$8,640||$484||$849||$9,973||$3,966||$13,939|
|Summer (8 credits)||$4,608||$484||$440||$5,532||$3,310||$8,842|
Education costs per semester include the cost of tuition, program fees and the cost of books. Total costs for the semester include the total cost of education in addition to the cost of room and board, if needed.
*Fees, books, room and board costs are estimates only.
For estimated costs for previous academic years, please visit the Tuition & Fees page.
NEW! Human Biology Scholarship
This scholarship will be awarded for up to two years to qualified first-time, full-time, degree-seeking Human Biology students.
Eligibility: Awards are based on the student’s high school GPA and Expected Family Contribution (EFC), which is determined by completing the FAFSA. The maximum EFC to be considered is 10,000. The minimum cumulative high school GPA to qualify is 3.25.
- a student must be admitted to the Human Biology program
- have their FAFSA results processed and sent to our school code (007035)
- have an official high school transcript with at least 6 semesters of grades submitted to the college
- official high school transcript will be required upon graduation to confirm eligibility
Scholarship funds are limited and awards will be made on a “funds available basis.”
|Scholarship Amount||EFC||Duration||HS GPA|
|$1,000.00||7,501 to 10,000||2 years||3.25|
|$2,000.00||5,001 to 7,500||2 years||3.25|
|$3,000.00||0 to 5,000||2 years||3.25|
The student must keep a minimum cumulative college GPA of 3.0 and be within the EFC range of 0-10,000 to continue eligibility. The award amount for the 2nd year will be reviewed prior to fall semester and may be adjusted if the student’s EFC increases or decreases from the prior year.