|Room - Standard Double||$7,622|
|Meals - Unlimited plus $150||$5,460|
|Total Full-Time Charge||$48,077|
|EEP Extended Program Tuition 60% of Tuition Rate||$19,467|
|2017 Summer I Tuition Rate (Term 5)||$380 per credit|
|2017 Summer II Tuition Rate (Term 6)||$390 per credi|
|2017 Summer Housing Rate||$135 per week|
|Standard Single Room||$8,843|
|Sawmill: Efficiency; and Quad||$10,007|
|Cheshire/Monadnock Halls - Single||$10,681|
|MEALS - Traditional and Special Housing||Yearly|
All Access/Unlimited plus $150 dining points
Students can visit the cafeteria as often as they would like, have 2 guest passes for any meal, and $150 in dining dollars in our on-campus pub or for extra guest meals in the cafeteria. All First-Year students must be on this meal plan, traditional hall residents, and all upper-class students can select this meal plan.
15 meals per week plus $100 dining points
A student can visit weekly the cafeteria 15 times between Monday breakfast – Sunday dinner services, have 2 guest passes, and $100 in dining dollars in our on-campus pub or for extra guest meals in the cafeteria. All students except for First-Year students are eligible. Traditional Hall residents living in Granite, New Hampshire, Mt. Washington, Cheshire, Edgewood, and Monadnock need to be on this plan or All Access since these halls do not provide a kitchen.
Block 100 meals plus $200 dining points
A student has 100 any meals in the cafeteria and each time s/he enters the cafeteria one meal is deducted from their remaining semester balance. In addition each has $200 in dining dollars in our on-campus pub or for guest meals in the cafeteria. This meal plan option is only available to students living in a residence with a full kitchen in the Junior and Senior areas.
5 meals per week plus $200 dining points
A student can visit weekly the cafeteria 5 times between Monday breakfast – Sunday dinner services and has $200 in dining dollars in our on-campus pub or for guest meals in the cafeteria. This meal plan option is only available to students living in a residence with a full kitchen in the Junior and Senior areas.
No Meal Plan
Students living in Lakeview, Mt. View, Northwoods, and Sawmills are not required to be on a meal plan since they have full kitchen facilities. Students must indicate on their completed Housing Contract that they do not want to be on a meal plan or visit Residential Life prior to the end of Registration to fill out the Meal Plan Change paperwork.
The Student Financial Services office reviews all student accounts for financial clearance. In order to be considered financially clear, a student must have a zero balance through either anticipated financial assistance (certified and in process if a student loan) or payment made in full. Balances on student accounts are due on July 1 for the Fall Semester and December 1 for the Spring Semester. Students who are not financially clear will be blocked from registration. Please see the Academic Catalog for complete information on Financial Clearance.
All student accounts are assessed a $100 contingency deposit for the fall semester. This required deposit will be used to cover all or a portion of any unpaid charges at the time the student leaves Franklin Pierce. Credit balances will be refunded at the time the student graduates. All students enrolled in undergraduate programs at the College at Rindge are subject to both the administrative and contingency fees.
per credit hour
|Tuition - Senior Citizen (Rindge & CGPS)||$250
per credit hour
|Tuition - Alumni||$250
per credit hour
|Audit - Rindge||$150
|Audit - Alumni||$250
|Returned Check/Disputed Credit Card||$125|
|ACH/Wire Returned Fee||$125|
|Replace PO Key||$40|
|PLA by Request Fee||$200|
|Study Abroad Fee||$1,500|
|Tuition Exchange (TE/CIC/NHCUC)||$750
|Rindge Late Payment Fee||$350|