School of Psychology & Counseling

Program Fees and Estimated Residential Expenses


Tuition is set each year by the Board of Trustees. Tuition for the 2013-2014 academic year is as follows:

Master of Arts in Human Services Counseling
(online): $595 per semester hour

Master of Arts in Counseling - Campus or Online
$710 per semester hour

Doctoral Programs
$780 per semester hour

Certificate Programs - Campus or Online
$710 per semester hour

You may wish to call the Psychology & Counseling Admissions Office in early spring to confirm the exact amount of tuition for the upcoming academic year. Psychology & Counseling school tuition may be paid through one or a combination of the following means: savings, personal and/or family resources, TIP (Tuition Installment Plan), employer reimbursement, donors, scholarships, grants, GI Bill®, loans, employment or outside scholarship opportunities. Plans to cover tuition should be completed prior to arrival on campus. Loan funds may be electronically transferred to the Business Office and generally available for payment at registration with adequate lead-time. Late fees will be imposed if student's account becomes past due.

There are numerous resources to help cover the cost of tuition. Financial aid is available through the School, the university, and the federal government. For more information about financial aid, please visit the Financial Aid Page.

In addition to tuition, there are certain fees that relate to classes that involve labs, parking, technology, health insurance and student activities. Lab fees are listed in the course schedule when you go to register for your classes each semester. Other fees that apply to all students can be found at the Business Office Website.

Lab Fees

Some courses have course or lab fees to cover supplies used by students. These fees are posted in advance on each semester course schedule. Course and lab fees are not refundable after the end of the drop/add period for each semester.

Leave of Absence Fee — Doctoral Students

Leave of absence fee of $400 will be charged to doctoral student for each semester no credits are taken. The fee is nonrefundable. Should the student elect to drop out for more than one academic year, he or she will be required to reapply to the program.

Other Expenses

Tuition charges do not include books, supplies, room, board, health and liability insurance, and other personal expenses.

Living and Housing Costs

Regent University students may choose to live in student housing located on campus. For more information visit the Regent student housing website.


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