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Current Quarter Tuition and Fees

See a rundown of this quarter's tuition and fees for undergraduate, graduate, medical and MBA students. Select from the drop-down menu to see past, current and future quarters. Use our archives or contact us if you need access to records from more than a year ago. Hover over fee names to see descriptions and learn how each fee supports the dynamic students, programs and services that makes UCR a top-ranking university in affordability and value.

Keep in mind, these are estimates based on currently approved amounts. These figures may not be final. Actual tuition, fees and charges are subject to change by the Regents of the University of California and could be affected by state funding reductions. Final approved amounts (and a student's final balance due) may differ from the amounts shown.

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Self-Support Graduate Programs

Program Tuition Health Insurance Premium
per Term
Flex MBA Program $1,250.00 (per unit) $987.00
Executive MBA Program $12,500.00 (per term) $987.00
Master of Finance Program $1,150.00 (per unit) $987.00
Master of Professional Accountancy Program $1,050.00 (per unit) $987.00
Online Master of Science in Engineering $3,333.00 (per course)
Palm Desert MFA in Creative Writing and Writing for the Performing Arts $610.00 (per unit)

IMPORTANT NOTE:
Students enrolling in these programs cannot use Cal Vet Tuition/Fee Exemptions. These programs are not supported with state funds and are not subject to the state law regarding Cal Vet Tuition/Fee Exemptions.

Fee Footnote
1 New undergraduate students who returned the Statement of Intent to Register (SIR) have paid $100 toward this fee. It will show as a credit on the Statement of Account.
2 Assessed for fall quarter only.
3 Students who initially entered professional schools in Fall 2002 are assessed a lower professional school fee. Learn more.
4 Current and former students in professional degree programs who accepted UCR's offer of admission before August 25, 2003: Please read this notice.
5 This is a per unit fee: $2.00 per unit for graduate students and $4.00 per unit for undergraduate students.
6 This amount does not include the Student Technology Course Materials Fee.

This fee supports campus programs and services that promote physical and mental wellbeing, social and cultural activities, campus life and community, and educational and career programs. This fee is mandatory and non-refundable for all students.

This is a mandatory quarterly charge for all full-time undergraduate and graduate students to cover part of the cost of the students' education at University of California

The Student Health Insurance Plan (GSHIP) Premium is a mandatory premium for all students. The insurance supplements the outpatient care available to all registered students through the Campus Health Center. Students who can prove comparable or better coverage from another source may apply to be exempted from the mandatory plan and have the premium waived.

The Student Health Insurance Plan (USHIP) Premium is a mandatory premium for all students. The insurance supplements the outpatient care available to all registered students through the Campus Health Center. Students who can prove comparable or better coverage from another source may apply to be exempted from the mandatory plan and have the premium waived.

This fee, which must be paid by all students at the time of registration, helps pay the cost of construction, maintenance and operation of the Student Recreation Center.

This fee, which must be paid by all students at the time of registration, helps pay the cost of the expanded facility that accommodates the growing student population as approved in the 2010 referendum.

This fee is mandatory for all undergraduates and is used to support NCAA Division I athletic programs.

This fee, which must be paid by all students at the time of registration, helps pay the costs of construction, maintenance, and operation of the Commons.

The Graduate Student Association (GSAUCR) Membership Fee is required of all graduate students and supports the Graduate Student Association.

This fee helps graduate students with conference travel expense

This fee represents the required financial aid set aside for the April 2007 referendum.

This fee is required for all undergraduate students and covers funding for student organizations and clubs, student-owned and operated businesses and student advocacy efforts. It also supports the general operating costs of ASUCR.

This fee covers ASPB funding for on-campus entertainment such as lectures, concerts, films and cultural events

Required of all students, the quarterly Student Services Fee supports various student services, such as counseling, club activities and student organizations.

This fee supports the operating costs of the campus student radio station.

This fee supports the operating costs of the campus student newspaper.

This fee helps cover costs for low-income students in UCR writing and math summer prep programs as well as services during the academic year.

This quarterly fee funds the University of California Student Association, which represents student interests to the Regents of the University and the Office of the President.

This fee is to help install solar panels on the Highlander Union Building (HUB) and Lot 30, create internships at the new Office of Sustainability, and fund student initiated projects to aid our campus in becoming more environmentally sustainable over the next four years.

This is a per unit charge fee that supports the strategic investment in technology to enhance student engagement and promote active, participatory learning.

This fee ensures more funds to the ASUCR External Affairs Office in order to better promote higher education advocacy through student empowerment.

Nonresidents of California are charged, in addition to all applicable fees, a nonresident supplemental tuition. The Statement of Legal Residence and relevant information is available at Statement of Legal Residence.

All medical school students are assessed a disability insurance fee with fall quarter fees and tuition.

Mandatory for professional school students.

This fee grants UCR undergraduate students admission to all performances produced by the UCR Department of Theatre free of charge.