Course Material Fee
Designated courses include a course material fee which covers the cost of materials
used in the class; no separate textbook purchase will be required. These fees are
refundable only if a student drops the course(s) (using official school communication)
by the end of Week 2. Contact the Textbook Coordinator for opt out information at
firstname.lastname@example.org. Designated courses (subject to change) include:
ACC– 100, 110, 200, 210, 220, 230, 300, 310, 320, 330, 335, 400, 405, 425
BUS– 100, 105, 115, 120, 200, 210, 215, 220, 230, 235, 245, 250, 260, 265, 270, 300,
301, 304, 305, 320, 325, 345, 355, 360, 365, 380, 402, 430, 435, 440, 450, 455, 465, 470
Housing Security Deposit
A housing security deposit of $250* is required, $200 of which is refunded when
students abide by the lease.
If students request cancellation within five calendar days of payment, this fee is fully refundable. A request for cancellation, which is not made in writing, shall be confirmed in writing by the student within an additional period of five calendar days. After five calendar days or after 10 calendar days absent of written confirmation, the school may retain all of the monies paid. Registration Fee Within 30 days of receiving the registration fee notice, a $100 registration fee is to be
paid to reserve a position in the entering class. This fee is deducted from the student’s
first tuition payment.
A student fee of $189 (four or less credits) or $310 (five or more credits) per term is
required. It covers all the services listed below as long as the student is enrolled at
Central Penn. The student fee is non-refundable. The student/technology fee includes,
in part, the following: campus security; parking; student ID; online Library services;
computer labs; internet; all other technology usage; full- and part-time employment
assistance; insurance; swimming pool; basketball, volleyball, and game courts; picnic
areas; activities, clubs and organizations; and orientation.
Graduating students pay a $125 fee. It covers the processing and mailing of their degree,
the graduation ceremony, and student and alumni individualized career assistance.
Textbooks: All Central Penn students may purchase new and/or used textbooks directly
from our textbook vendor via the internet or telephone. Textbook rental is another option.
The cost of textbooks varies with the courses taken each term. If students purchase all
new textbooks, the cost may be as much as $450 per term. Students are encouraged to
have their textbooks prior to the first day of class to ensure access to academic work.
Uniforms: Students enrolling in the Health Sciences programs may be required to wear
uniforms/scrubs to clinical classes or on internship. Students will receive information
regarding uniforms prior to enrolling.