Undergraduate Tuition and Fees - Vancouver Campus

September 2018 through August 2019

Note: For Pre-University Program see Pre-University Program Tuition, Fees, Scholarships.
For Master of Administrative Sciences see Graduate Studies in School of Administrative Science

Undergraduate Degree Programs

All fees, tuition and charges are subject to change at any time at the discretion of the University's Board of Trustees. These fees are 2018-2019 fees. All charges are shown in U.S. dollars. New tuition and fee charges for 2019-2020 will be announced in the spring of 2019. Please check with the Office of Enrollment Services for current charges.


Application Fee



All students applying to the University for the first time and all students reapplying after a lapse of one or more semesters will be charged the application fee, which will not be refunded or credited to tuition.


Registration Fee


New students only, non refundable portion of tuition deposit. (Will be applied to first semester tuition.)


Tuition -- per credit hour

Undergraduate students, Vancouver Campus, per credit hour  


Technology fee per trimester  


Returned check charge



Transcript fee (per copy)  


Temporary Student Health Insurance Fee (per day)  


New Undergraduate Student Orientation Fee  


Graduation fee (undergraduate degrees)  


Certification Exam - Data Communication (B.S. IT degree) optional  


Certification Exam - Network and Information Security (B.S. IT degree) optional  


Certification Exam - Computer Concepts and Technology  


Lab Fees:    
Information Technology  






Experiential Learning Credits

Fee per posting (6 credit limit)

CLEP   $215.00
Fee per Posting    
Special Challenge Examinations and other University-evaluated credit for prior experience   $215.00
Auditing fee, regular (per course)   $648.00
Add $10.00 registration fee per semester and any required course fees    

Other Expenses

Estimated cost for each academic year for books, supplies and equipment varies is about $700, depending upon the curriculum. You may be able to reduce this cost by purchasing used textbooks or e-textbooks from the FDU-Vancouver bookstore.

Estimated Totals

ESTIMATED BILL FOR ONE SEMESTER not including scholarships or grants

New student (first semester of enrollment)

Tuition $13,024 (16 credits)

Technology Fee $207

New Student Orientation Fee $533

Total charges for one semester $13,764

ESTIMATED BILL FOR ONE ACADEMIC YEAR (two semesters) not including scholarships or grants

Tuition $26,048 (two semesters-32 credits)

Technology Fee $414

New Student Orientation Fee (first semester only) $533

Total charges for two semesters $26,995

Scholarships and Financial Aid

Academic scholarships are available for qualified students. All applicants may apply for a University scholarship. Scholarships are awarded at the time of admission and the amount is based on academic merit. University study grants are also available and based on demonstrated financial need.

Additional information about scholarships can be found at the Scholarships and Financial Aid page.

Payment Options

See Make a Payment - Vancouver Campus. If you have any problems regarding payment, please contact esvancouver@fdu.edu.

Refund Policy

Application fee: Non-refundable
Tuition deposit: Non-refundable*

*Note- tuition deposit is refundable (less the $310 registration fee) if application for a Study Permit is denied by Canada Immigration.

Please contact our Admissions office if you need clarification at vancouver-admissions@fdu.edu .

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