Billing

Undergraduate Fees

Health Insurance

All students enrolled at least 75% of full-time (9 credits for undergraduate, 6 credits for graduate) status are required by law to have health insurance. A health insurance fee is therefore automatically added to all student accounts meeting this criterion. Coverage is effective August 15, 2014 through August 14, 2015, and is provided under a blanket policy issued to Emerson College.  See Student Health Insurance for full details and instructions for waiving coverage.


Undergraduate Student Services Fee

The Undergraduate Student Services Fee components include the following:

  • Student Services
  • Health Services
  • Student Government Association Fee

The components covered under the comprehensive fee provide the following services.

Student Services

The Student Services Fee supports all departments that provide student-oriented services and activities on campus, such as the Registrar’s Office, Student Life, Graduate Studies (for grad catalog only), and the Commencement Office.

Student Government Association Fee

A Student Government Association Fee is charged to each student to support student club– and organization–related programming and activities.

Health Clinic (including Counseling Fees)

This mandatory fee helps cover the cost of the College’s Center for Health and Wellnes (CHW) services, the Emerson Counseling and Psychological Service(ECAPS) services, and related student wellness initiatives and health education. All students who pay the health fee are eligible for services. S


International Student Orientation and Admin Fee

This fee, assessed once for new international students in their first semester, covers special orientation costs and the cost of overseas mailings and immigration document photocopying.


Late Registration Fee

This fee is assessed each time a student changes his or her class schedule after pre-registration.


Academic Course Fees

Students enrolled in certain courses, particularly those in Mass Communication, Computer Applications, Dance, and Voice and Music, will pay an additional fee. Academic departments set the fees to cover material and equipment costs. Questions about these fees should be directed to their respective departments. Most courses do not have fees.

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