Tuition — As of 13/14 Academic Year
|New York Resident*||$2,935 per semester||$245 per credit hour|
|Out-of-State Resident||$7,660 per semester||$638 per credit hour|
|Comprehensive Student Fee||$610 per semester||$50.73 per credit hr.|
|New York Resident*||$4,935 per semester||$411 per credit hour|
|Out-of-State Resident||$9,175 per semester||$765 per credit hour|
|MBA (NYS Resident)||$6,065 per semester||$505 per credit hour|
|MBA (Out-of-State Resident)||$10,075 per semester||$840 per credit hour|
|Comprehensive Student Fee||$590 per semester||$50.73 per credit hr.|
* “Residence” for purposes of tuition refers to a student’s principal or permanent home. In order to qualify as a New York State resident for tuition purposes, in addition to other criteria, a student must be “domiciled” in New York State for a 12 month period immediately prior to the date of registration for the academic term for which application is made. A “domicile” is defined as that place where an individual maintains his/her permanent home and to which he/she always intends to return. Mere presence in New York State for educational purposes does not necessarily constitute domicile, regardless of time spent in NYS.
Effective July 1, 1986, resident tuition rates are applied to members of the Armed Forces of the United States on full-time active duty, stationed in New York State, their spouses and dependents. Spouses and dependents must obtain proof of their dependent status from appropriate personnel at their base education office and present it at the Bursar’s Office each semester upon registration. Please contact the Bursar’s Office if you require further information.
The Comprehensive Student Fee supports programs not provided by tuition dollars or state subsidy that enrich the quality of a student’s total experience at the Institute of Technology. All components of the Comprehensive Student Fee are mandatory. The typical Comprehensive Student Fee supports activities at the following levels:
(Per Credit Hour)
The College Fee is established by the Board of Trustees of the State University of New York.
The Student Activity Fee provides the funding for activities sponsored for the students, under the direction of the students’ governing bodies.
The Intercollegiate Athletics Fee provides funding to operate and sustain competitive intercollegiate athletics programs at the campus. It is not a fee for use of athletic facilities by the students.
The Health Services Fee is used to support the services provided by the Health Center. Students must provide a health history and physical examination to be eligible for routine medical care.
The Technology Fee is used to upgrade, modify and make significant technological advances in classrooms and laboratories used by SUNYIT students.
First-time transfer students are assessed a mandatory one-time Orientation Program fee of $50, freshmen are assessed a mandatory one-time Orientation Program fee of $150, used to support activities and programs which aid the student transition to a new academic campus environment.