All students are required to submit payment with their online Applications.
UHS Program Fee, as compared to on-campus tuition and fees at the University at
Albany, is quite reasonable. The same
courses on campus cost between $270 and $3,264/course plus fees. This provides significant savings to students
and their families.
UHS Program does not charge "tuition." Students are charged a Program Fee
and the Program Fee is not deductible for tax purposes. Therefore, the
University does not send students a 1098-T form for tax credit.
Fee - $150.00 per course, regardless of
the number of credits awarded for the course. Students
taking courses with a lab component will be responsible for the applicable program fee for the
lab and for the course.
Program Fee - $75.00
per course, regardless of the number of credits awarded for the course. Before
applying and paying online, a “promotional code” will be provided to teachers
for those students who are eligible or who participate in the Federal
Reduced/Free Lunch Program. Students
who qualify for the Federal Reduced/Free Lunch Program must have the bottom of
their enrollment forms signed by their Principal or School Counselor
verifying that they are eligible for a reduction in the Program Fee.
Program Fee - $175.00 or $100 (Reduced Program Fee) per course,
regardless of the number of credits awarded for the course. A Late Program Fee will apply when students
complete the application and payment process online between the following
dates: Summer: 6/1/16 – 6/30/16, Fall: 10/8/16 - 11/14/16, Full Year: 10/8/16 - 12/5/16 & Spring: 3/1/17 – 3/31/17.
Replacement Enrollment Form Fee/ Incomplete Enrollment Fee - $25 per course, if a replacement enrollment form is
needed or if a form is received incomplete. Replacement enrollment forms
can be generated by returning to the online application and submitting a
payment of $25 for a replacement enrollment form fee.
Outstanding Balances - Students will not be registered for any additional courses unless they meet the following criteria: they must pay the outstanding balance and return the new enrollment form(s) with applicable fees for the new course(s) by the deadline for registration of the particular session in question. Registration is the sole responsibility of the student. Outstanding financial liabilities are subject to collection by the New York State Attorney General’s Office or other collection agencies. Students with outstanding balances will have a hold placed on their account and may be subject to additional fees as deemed necessary by the University’s Office of Student Accounts.