Office of Student Accounts
School of Labor and Urban Studies
25 West 43 Street
New York, NY 10036
Call (646) 313-8420
All tuition charges and fees listed herein are subject to change by action of the Board of Trustees of The City University of New York without prior notice. In the event of any increase in tuition charges and fees, payments already made to CUNY SLU will be treated as partial payment, and notification will be given of the additional amount due and the time and method of payment.
Academic Year 22 – 23
|Undergraduate Tuition for NYS Residents
|# Credits||Degree or Certificate||Non-Degree|
|1 – 11||$305 Per Credit||$445 Per Credit|
|12+||$3,465 Fixed*||$445 Per Credit|
*Enrollment of 12-credits or more in a degree or certificate qualifies for a fixed tuition rate of $3,465. Non-degree tuition does not qualify for a fixed rate even if the student is registered for 12 or more credits.
|Undergraduate Tuition for Out of State and International Residents
|# Credits||Degree or Certificate||Non-Degree|
|1 – 11||$620 Per Credit||$915 Per Credit|
|12+||$620 Per Credit||$915 Per Credit|
The non-instructional fees listed below are mandatory and billed with tuition for courses taken on campus, off campus, or online. Once a student enrolls, they are responsible for all fees associated with their registration. Such fees are charged each semester and cannot be waived.
Student Activity Fee ($25)
Supports University Student Senate, professional development, health and wellness, commencement, student services, and community engagement.
12 or more credits: $125
11 or less credits: $62.50
Supports delivery of online and remote courses; improves campus computer services
Consolidated Fee ($15)
Covers external processing of financial aid applications, immunization programs, system-wide tuition and fee collections by the Office of the University Controller, and the administration of various tests.
Material and Laboratory Fees
Courses requiring special materials such as equipment rental, transportation, field trip expenses and other non-instructional costs.
Duplicate Bill ($5)
A free copy of the student’s e-bill may be printed for the last semester of attendance (or any semester in which a balance exists). Printed e-bills that do not meet the established criteria for free printing will be charged to the student account at a rate of $5.00 per duplicated document. The student will be required to pay this using any accepted method.
Duplicate Diplomas ($30)
Students requiring a duplicated diploma because the original was lost, stolen, or damaged must complete a Duplicate Diploma Form and submit it to the Bursar’s Office (in-person or mail) with the payment ($30). A new diploma will be scheduled for issuance by the Office of the Registrar.
Make-up Examinations ($25 for the first and $5 for each additional exam)
Students who miss a final exam must first obtain faculty approval to do so by completing an Application for Make-Up Examination. Upon approval, the student must bring the signed form to the Bursar’s Office (in-person) with the payment ($25.00 for the first exam and $5 for each additional exam, check or money order).
Readmission Fee ($20)
If a student previously took courses and received grades from the School of Labor and Urban Studies but has not been in attendance for one or more semesters, the student is required to submit a Request for Readmission. There is a one-time fee of $20 that will be added to your tuition bill at the time of registration. Please do not send the $20 fee when filing your application.
Replacement ID Cards ($10)
To request a new ID card, the student must complete an Replacement ID Form and return it to the Bursar’s Office (in-person or mail) with the payment ($10, check or money order). A new photo ID will be issued within 1-2 days.
- There will be no charge for transcripts supplied to other CUNY colleges and affiliated units.
- Transcript orders placed through third parties, including through intermediaries and CUNY contractors, may be subject to third-party fees and charges that are in addition to the Transcript Fee. Students (or other requestor) ordering transcripts through third parties will be responsible for paying all third-party fees and charges directly to the third party, or as otherwise required by CUNY.
Change of Program ($18)
Students are required to pay a fee each time they make certain program changes, on or after the first official day of classes based upon the official CUNY calendar. The fee(s) charged will cover one or more program changes made at the same time. Examples of changes incurring a fee: addition of a course or courses; changing from one course to another course; changing from one section of a course to another section of the same course. This fee is not applicable to college-initiated changes.
Late Payment ($15)
Students who are delinquent in paying tuition and fees will be required to pay this fee in addition to all outstanding bills to regain the privileges of good fiscal standing with the College which include the right to attend classes and access to one’s student records. If the student is required to pay a readmission fee, the nonpayment service fee shall be in addition, if appropriate.
Late Registration ($25)
Registration on or after the first official day of classes may incur a $25 fee.
Laptop Late ($25)
Students are required to return borrowed laptops by the time and date indicated on their agreement. Late returns are charged a $25 fee.
Laptop Replacement ($1,025)
Laptop loans returned damaged will be charged to repair or replace the device, not exceeding $1,000.00. Additionally, laptop loans not returned within 10-business days of the due date will be charged the overdue penalty ($25.00) plus the total cost of the laptop ($1,000.00), totaling $1,025.00.
Returned Check ($20)
Returned checks, paper or electronic, result in a $20 fee (per occurrence and regardless of reason). The student will no longer be permitted to pay by personal check, physical or electronic. Other accepted methods include money order, teller check, credit card (online) or payment plan (online). The student is required to settle their entire bill, including the returned check fee, before the official first day of classes. Accounts in a past-due status must be settled immediately to avoid Bursar holds and/or late fees.
New York City residents 60 years of age or older may enroll as non-matriculated audit only students, on a tuition-free, space-available basis. Senior citizen students do not receive grades or academic credit. Senior Citizens who wish to enroll for credit may opt to do so on the same basis as any other degree-credit student and pay the applicable tuition and fees.
Senior Auditors will be charged the following:
- $65 general fee due at the time of registration
- $15 consolidated services fee due at the time of registration
Auditors are also responsible for the costs of any course materials, such as textbooks.
For the purposes of determining tuition charges, a student is considered a resident of the State of New York based on the following:
- The primary residence is in New York State for least twelve months immediately preceding the first day of classes for the semester in question
- A declared intention to live permanently and maintain a principal residency in New York State
- Residence in a dormitory, hotel, or other temporary housing facility does not in itself establish New York State residency
- Generally, students in United States on any temporary visa are not considered New York State residents
The CUNY Residency Form and appropriate documentation must be provided for students to be eligible for New York State resident tuition rates.