*Depending on Residence Hall Selection
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Notes: These costs are based on current tuition and room/board rates. All costs are subject to change. Mayville State’s academic year consists of two semesters.
Notebook computer fees: Every Mayville State student is issued their own notebook computer as part of their student fees paid to MSU. The Tablet PC notebook computer is used by the student the entire academic year. It is used daily in classes and the student has 24/7 Internet access on campus.
Financial Aid Budget: All students need to anticipate additional personal expenses related to college attendance. These additional expenses include books and supplies for classes and miscellaneous items such as transportation, weekend meals, entertainment, clothing, etc. An estimated total of $3,800 is budgeted for these expenses, $1,000 of which is for books and supplies. Personal expenses will vary for each student. Financial aid may be used to cover personal expenses and books and supplies. The projected financial aid budget (including money for miscellaneous expenses, books, supplies, and higher priced suite room rate) for the 2012-13 academic year is $15,783 for North Dakota residents, $16,282 for Minnesota residents, $16,904 for residents of Contiguous and MHEC states, $18,6for residents of all other states and provinces, and $23,272 for other international students.
Room and Board: The room and board costs for a double room may vary from $1,874 in a traditional resident hall to $2,810 for modern suites. Board plans vary from a 14 meal plan at cost of $2,980 with $50 in flex dollars to use at the MSU Snack Bar, or a 10 meal/7day w/$50.00 flex plan at cost of $2,800 per year. A residence Hall Association Fee of $5 per semester is charged to students living in the residence halls.
ID/Orientation: First-year students are assessed a one-time $35 fee for student IDs and orientation.
Student Fees include the state-mandated technology and ConnectND fee and MSU’s student activity fee.
Scholarships and Financial Aid: Please contact the Enrollment Services Office to discuss scholarship and financial aid opportunities. Residents of North Dakota and Minnesota are eligible for Honor and Leadership scholarships. Residents of other states and provinces may qualify for Non-resident Merit Scholarships. All scholarships for new students are based on past academic performance and potential. In addition, the MSU Foundation provides financial support through scholarships that are awarded based on specific criteria. Interested students should complete the scholarship application form available online here.