These courses will be billed by the credit hour and will not be capped at 15 credit
hours. These courses will be assessed the $75 per credit hour online course fee and
any additional course fee that is applicable.
Full-Time: undergraduate students taking 12 or more hours per semester.
(1) The following counties will receive the Kentucky Instate rate:
Tennessee: Henry, Montgomery, Obion, Stewart, and Weakley Counties
Illinois: Massac County
Indiana: Posey, Vanderburgh, and Warrick Counties
(2) All non-online courses will have an additional asset preservation fee of $10 per
credit hour charged which will be capped at 15 credit hours per semester.
(3) All online courses will have an additional $75 per credit hour online course fee.
(4) All non-online courses will have an additional technology fee of $100 per semester
for all students taking five or more credit hours.
Tuition and Fees
Students enrolled in less than 12 hours will be assessed tuition and fees based on
a per credit hour basis. Students enrolled in 12-15 hours will be assessed tuition
and fees based on a flat rate. Students enrolled in more than 15 hours will be assessed
the flat rate tuition for the 12-15 hours plus a per credit hour rate for each hour
above 15 hours.
Tennessee Reciprocity Tuition
Per the KY Council on Postsecondary Education, eligible students from Henry, Obion,
Stewart, and Weakley Counties will be assessed the same tuition rate as a Kentucky
resident. Students from these four counties will be treated as Kentucky students in
relation to admission requirements and housing/dining policies.
Illinois, Indiana, and Tennessee In-State Tuition
Students admitted for Fall 2004 and thereafter from Massac County in Illinois, Posey,
Vanderburgh, or Warrick Counties in Indiana, and Montgomery County in Tennessee will
be charged out-of-state tuition and given a tuition discount to adjust their tuition.
Students will be treated as Kentucky students in relation to admission requirements
and housing/dining policies.
Residents of Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, and Tennessee (admitted from Summer 2001
and thereafter), and Alabama (admitted from Fall 2011 and thereafter), and Arkansas
(admitted from Summer 2016 and thereafter), and Mississippi (admitted from Summer
2020 and thereafter) will be charged regional tuition and given a tuition discount
to adjust their tuition.