Carilion Roanoke Community Hospital, Fourth Floor
Phone: (540) 985-8272
Fax: (540) 855-3585, Attn: Bursar's Office
Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday-Friday
Meet the Staff
Phone: (540) 985-9784
Phone: (540) 224-4508
Bursar's Office Assistant
Phone: (540) 985-8272
2013-2014 Tuition Chart
Undergraduate Programs - Full Time
$22,400 - Fall and Spring (Does not include summer session)
Undergraduate Programs - Part Time
$650 per credit hour, plus fees
$700 per credit hour, plus fees
Tuition or admission cost for any program, other than a degree program, (i.e. a Continuing Education program) will be determined by that program at the time it is offered.
2013-2014 Fees and Incidentals Chart
Application fee (paper copy): $35 (non-refundable)
Technology Fee (full-time student per semester, not including summer): $100
Technology Fee (part-time student per semester, not including summer): $50
Deposit fee for Physician Assistant and Occupational Therapy programs: $500. The deposit fee serves as confirmation of the student's intent to enroll and is applied to the cost of attendance upon enrollment.
Deposit fee for all other programs: $200 (refundable until May 1, if requested in writing).The deposit fee serves as confirmation of the student's intent to enroll and is applied to the cost of attendance upon enrollment.
Audit Fee: $100 per credit hour
Laboratory/Clinical/Externship Fees: $60 per class, per semester, for part time students
Background Check Fee: $60
Late Payment Fee: $50
Diploma Replacement Fee: $60 (non-refundable)
Challenge Exams: $10 for General Education, plus $100 per credit if the student passes the exam, $50 for Nursing Challenge Exams, plus $100 per credit if the student passes the exam.
Residence Hall Fee: $2,835 per semester (fall and spring)
Residence Hall Fee: $1,500 (summer)
Meals are available and can be added to the student's ID card in $100 increments. Unspent dollars can be carried over from fall to spring semesters but any remaining balance at the end of the spring semester will be forfeited. See Student Affairs or the Bursar's Office for details.
Uniforms, lab coats and accessories: $175 estimated per academic year
Each student will receive an invoice of charges for each semester or summer session:
- Payment of College expenses is the responsibility of the student. All charges are due on the date stated on the invoice for returning students. All tuition, fees and residence hall charges must be paid prior to class attendance.
a. The student must clear his or her account by the due date stated on the invoice in order to maintain valid registration.
b. Students receiving financial aid will receive an award letter from the Office of Financial Aid. If charges exceed the financial aid award, payment is expected prior to the due date stated on the invoice. If the financial aid award exceeds the charges, the student will receive a refund for the excess amount. Refunds, which are processed after the last day to add/drop courses, will be mailed unless otherwise requested by the student.
Payments and Payment Plan
Make checks and money orders payable to Jefferson College of Health Sciences.We also accept cash, Visa, MasterCard, and Discover.
Payments should be mailed to:
Jefferson College of Health Sciences
Attn: Bursar's Office
PO Box 13186
Roanoke, VA 24031
All tuition, fees and residence hall charges must be paid prior to class attendance. Students receiving financial aid must pay any balance that exceeds their anticipated financial aid award. Late financial aid applicants are required to pay tuition and fees upon registration.
A tuition payment option is available to Jefferson College of Health Sciences students. This plan is administered through Academic Management Services (AMS) located in Providence, Rhode Island.
The AMS Plan enables students to pay all or part of their expenses in 9 equal monthly installments without interest. The only cost to the student is a $60 annual enrollment fee. Also included is tuition payment insurance on the unpaid balance at no additional cost.
AMS plan brochures are available from the Bursar's Office, Office of Financial Aid and the Admissions Office. You can also enroll on their interactive website at www.tuitionpayenroll.com.
A returned check fee in the amount of $25 will be added to the student account along with the amount of the returned check.
Tuition Refund Policy
A statutory schedule based upon the percentage of the semester completed before the withdrawal date is used to determine the amount of the tuition and fees that will be refunded if a student withdraws from class. If a student withdraws after 60 percent of the semester has passed, no refund will be given.
The percentage of semester completed is calculated using the total number of calendar days in the semester divided into the number of calendar days completed in that semester, as of the day the student withdraws.
A 1098-T will be mailed to students in January. The 1098-T informs the student of the possibility of a tax credit. The amount of eligible charges, along with scholarships and grants are provided on each 1098-T. It is the student's responsibility to determine eligibility for the tax credit.
Refunds for Residence Hall Rooms
Charges for rooms in the residence hall are billed on a semester basis. The method of determination of refunds for students who vacate their room is the same as shown for tuition refunds, except that the administrative fee in this case is $200. The $250 room deposit offsets this fee unless the student has caused damage to his/her room or to the residence hall.