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summer tuition

Does anyone have any idea where I could find information about the cost of summer classes? The advising office refuses to see me -- pawning me off on my official major advisor who can only answer grad students' questions -- and the site searching? Isn't going well; the only number I've come up with is $8500, and it can't be that much for one or two classes (I hope).


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Two classes in the summer is costing me like $1300.
Well, collegeboard.com has this: http://apps.collegeboard.com/search/CollegeDetail.jsp?collegeId=1199&profileId=2

It lists cost per credit hour, although I'm not sure if that would be the same for summer classes or not! Kind of ridiculous that they don't make this information more readily available, really. :/

I really agree. It's like looking for answers from Communist Russia or something. Thanks a lot, hon.

In State: $230 per HOUR
Out of State: $470 per HOUR

So just multiply that by how many hours that class is and there ya go.
Here is the website with all the info and details about summer 2007 tuition.

I had a problem finding it on UT's website as well, I just googled "University of Tennessee summer tuition." I hate UT's search engine!

Have a good night!

Good golly. Pellissippi it is.

Thanks a lot for your help.

I think Pellissippi is around the same, unless you are instate, out of state is very close.

In State: $127 per hour
Out of State: $416 per hour

Just in case I didn't confuse you, it's not per every hour for UT or Pellissippi, but if your class is a 3 credit hour class, it would be (if you are instate at UT), $230 x 3 = $690 for the summer.

Yeah, I did the math. Pellissippi wants $896.00 for what UT expects me to pay $1838.00. Not a difficult decision.

last summer


April 18 2007, 01:55:59 UTC 10 years ago

As an out of state visiting student last summer, I paid $5600 for 8 credits.