Undergraduate Tuition and Fees

Education is an investment in your future. It should be easy to know the cost of that investment, so we’ve simplified undergraduate tuition and fees. Students pay for their tuition, room and board, and a comprehensive fee. We don’t call it comprehensive for nothing—it not only includes all required textbooks and course material rentals, but also full access to student life resources.
 

ITEM    SINGLE SEMESTER ACADEMIC YEAR
Tuition $13,070 $26,140
Standard Room $2,660 $5,320
All Access Meal Plan (includes sales tax) $3,075 $6,150
Comprehensive Fee $925 $1,850
Total $19,730 $39,460

  
The tuition chart above is for incoming 2020–21 full-time resident students (12+ credit hours per semester). Current students should refer to Montibus for their exact cost.
 

 
Additional Fees

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    Course

    Some courses will incur additional course fees to cover labs, materials, supplies, etc. Please see the Additional Course Fee Schedule for more information.
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    Non-standard Housing

    HOUSING TYPE    ADDITIONAL FEE (PER SEMESTER)
    Residence Hall Private Double Occupancy Room $700
    Residence Hall Private Single Occupancy Room   $500
    Hemlock Village Suite $520
    Student Apartments $520
    Student Apartments Private Bedroom $900
    Main Campus House Double Occupancy Room $520
    Main Campus House Single Occupancy Room $650
    Main Campus House Private Bedroom $900
    Bobcat Way House Single Occupancy Room $500
    Bobcat Way House Private Bedroom $700

    View additional campus housing information

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    Miscellaneous

    ITEM    COST
    Enrollment Deposit  $250 (applied to tuition and fees)
    Summer Orientation Fee (new students only) $130
    Resident Parking Permit $250 per year
    Commuter Parking Permit $100 per year
    Graduation Fee $150
    ID Card Replacement Fee $15
    Transcript Fee $10
       

calculatorDetermine Your Estimated Cost

The Net Price Calculator is part of a carefully designed program that can help you estimate your financial aid options. The average time to complete a full estimate is between 3–5 minutes. If you have already filed your FAFSA, you will need your Estimated Family Contribution. If you have not filed a FAFSA, you may reference your family's 2017 U.S. income tax information to ensure an accurate estimate of your cost of attendance.

Contact Us

Student Accounts
828.898.8759
studentaccounts@lmc.edu 

Financial Aid
828.898.3446
finaid@lmc.edu

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid will serve as your application for all federal, state, and institutional financial aid. The Lees-McRae school code is 002939.