Attachment 2
Colorado School of Mines
Fees and Charges
Table of Contents
Page
Student Fees
Mandatory Fees
1
Other Fees
3
Instructional Fees
Application Fees
Student Orientation
Study Abroad Fees
Graduation Fees
Other Charges
Health Center and Dental Clinic Fees
5
Parking Charges
6
Law Enforcement Charges
6
Copy Charges
7
Library Charges
7
Student Recreation Center Charges
9
Housing (Room and Board)
10
Meal Plans
Telecommunication Charges
12
Rentals
13
Student Center Rental
Green Center Rental
Athletics Facility Rental
Off-Campus Conference Groups
16
Lodging
Meals
Classroom/Laboratory Rental
Miscellaneous Charges
17
NSF Check Charges
Payment Plan Enrollment Fee
Drop Slips (after census deadline)
Lost ID Cards
Lost or stolen key
Appendix 1
Mandatory Fees-Definitions
18
Appendix 2
Tuition and Fees Refund Policy
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Colorado School of Mines
Mandatory Fees
AY 2013
AY 2014
AY 2015
Per Semester
Per Semester
Per Semester
Fall and Spring Semesters (Mandatory)*
Academic Construction Building Fee
$275.00
$275.00
$275.00
Associated Students Fee (for both undergrad and grad)
$94.10
$94.10
$100.00
Athletic Fee
$57.00
$58.09
$59.69
Health Services Fee
$86.00
$87.63
$90.00
Intermodal Transportation Fee
$48.50
$48.50
$48.50
Recreation Center Fee
$152.00
$154.89
$159.14
Student Services Fee
$259.50
$264.43
$271.70
Technology Fee
$60.00
$60.00
$60.00
Total
$1,032.10
$1,042.64
$1,064.03
Summer Session I: Academic Courses (on campus)
Academic Construction Building Fee
$100.00
$100.00
$100.00
Health Services Fee
$31.81
$32.41
$33.30
Recreation Center Fee
$57.05
$58.14
$59.73
Student Services Fee
$97.70
$99.56
$102.30
Technology Fee
$30.00
$30.00
$30.00
Total
$316.56
$320.11
$325.33
Summer Session II: Academic Courses (on campus)
Academic Construction Building Fee
$135.00
$135.00
$135.00
Athletic Fee
$28.52
$29.06
$29.85
Health Services Fee
$42.97
$43.79
$44.99
Recreation Center Fee
$76.02
$77.46
$79.59
Student Services Fee
$130.25
$132.72
$136.37
Technology Fee
$30.00
$30.00
$30.00
Total
$442.76
$448.03
$455.80
Summer Thesis Research (on campus)
Academic Construction Building Fee
$135.00
$135.00
$135.00
Athletic Fee
$28.52
$29.06
$29.85
Health Services Fee
$75.66
$77.10
$79.22
Recreation Center Fee
$133.32
$135.85
$139.58
Student Services Fee
$130.25
$132.72
$136.37
Technology Fee
$30.00
$30.00
$30.00
Total
$532.75
$539.73
$550.02
Off -campus: Arrangements and payment for transportation, food, lodging, and other expenses must be made with the department concerned.
(Geology Department camping fee is $370.)
*Mandatory fees are for all students taking four or more credit hours, except for the technology fee which is paid on all credit hours.
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Colorado School of Mines
Mandatory Fees
Student Health Benefit Plan
AY2015
Annual:
Fall:
August
August
Spring/Summer:
Special Cov.
13, 2014 - 13, 2014 - Spring: January 7, 2015 -
January 7, 2015 -
Summer I: May 11, Summer II: June
Period: August 1,
August
January
August 18, 2015
August 18, 2015 NEW 2015 - August 18,
22, 2015 - August
2014-August 18,
18, 2015
6, 2015
CONTINUING STUDENTS
STUDENTS
2015
18, 2015
2015
Student
$1,888.00
$944.00
$944.00
$1,159.00
$518.00
$300.00
$1,982.00
Spouse
$4,637.00 $2,319.00
$2,319.00
$2,846.00
$1,270.00
$737.00
$4,866.00
One Child
$2,805.00 $1,403.00
$1,403.00
$1,721.00
$768.00
$446.00
$2,943.00
All Children
$4,979.00 $2,490.00
$2,490.00
$3,056.00
$1,364.00
$791.00
$5,225.00
Family
$9,503.00 $4,752.00
$4,752.00
$5,832.00
$2,604.00
$1,510.00
$9,972.00
Health insurance is mandatory for all students unless proof of comparable coverage is provided to the Student Health Center.
Premium will be $944.00 for Fall 2014 and $944.00 for Spring/Summer 2015.
For Special Coverage Periods to include: August 1, 2014 - August 18, 2015 for students required to be on campus prior to the first day of class; i.e. athletes
and resident assistants; New students entering in the Spring Semester, Summer I rates and Summer II rates, you will need to contact the Student
Health Insurance office for applicable rates.
AY2014 shown for informational purposes only
AY2014
Annual:
Fall:
August
August
Spring/Summer:
Special Coverage
20, 2013 - 20, 2013 - Spring: January 8, 2014 -
January 8, 2014 -
Summer I: May 12, Summer II: June
Period: August 1,
August
January
August 18, 2014
August 18, 2014 NEW 2014 - August 18,
23, 2014 - August
2013 - August 18,
18, 2014
7, 2014
CONTINUING STUDENTS
STUDENTS
2014
18, 2014
2014*
Student
$1,596.00
$798.00
$798.00
$975.00
$432.00
$249.00
$79.00
Spouse
$1,596.00
$798.00
$798.00
$975.00
$432.00
$249.00 N/A
Each Child
$1,596.00
$798.00
$798.00
$975.00
$432.00
$249.00 N/A
Health insurance is mandatory for all students unless proof of comparable coverage is provided to the Student Health Center.
* For students required to be on campus prior to the first day of class; i.e. athletes and residence assistants.
Premium will be $798 for Fall 2013 and $798 for Spring/Summer 2014.
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Colorado School of Mines
Other Fees and Charges
Instructional Fees
AY2013
AY2014
AY2015
Studio Bio Lab CBEN110, CBEN323 (CBEN110 replaces BIOL110 in FY16)
$150.00
$150.00
$150.00
Unit Operations Lab (CBEN312A, CBEN312B)
N/A
$150.00
$150.00
Chemistry Lab (all chemistry laboratory courses)
$30.00
$50.00
$50.00
CHGN111, CHGN121, CHGN122, CHGN198LA, CHGN198LB, CHGN223, CHGN224, CHGN323, CHGN337, CHGN351, CHGN353,
CHGN422, CHGN490, and CHGN495
Physics Lab
PHGN100
$10.00
$10.00
$10.00
PHGN200
$20.00
$20.00
$20.00
PHGN384 (4-credits and 6-credit courses only-charged Summer I only)
$100.00
$100.00
$100.00
Golf PAGN 251 A, B, C, D
$65.00
$65.00
$65.00
Other Courses and Programs
Executive Master of Science in Environmental Science
$200.00 /credit hr
$200.00 /credit hr
$200.00 /credit hr
Economics and Business IFP Exchange Program
$1,000.00 /semester $1,000.00 /semester $1,000.00 /semester
Engineering & Technology Management Program (ETM)-one time fee*
$1,500 per student
* The ETM program fee is a new fee effective Fall 2014. It is a one-time fee of $1,500 per student.
Field Trips and Field Camps
GEGN 316
$370.00
$370.00
$370.00
GEOL 501**
NA
$0.00
$0.00
GEOL 610***
$290.00
GEOL 611**
NA
$50.00
$350.00
GPGN 486
$150.00
$150.00
$150.00
PEGN 315
$850.00
$900.00
$900.00
PEGN 316
$400.00
$450.00
$450.00
* Fees for AY15 will be determined once travel expenses are finalized.
** For international trips, fees for GEOL 501 and GEOL 611 may be up to $1,500.
*** Student Fees for GEOL610 are determined each year once travel expenses are finalized and on how much funding is raised.
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Colorado School of Mines
Other Fees and Charges
AY2013
AY2014
AY2015
Application Fees
Undergraduate - Paper Application
$45.00
$45.00
$45.00
Undergraduate - Outside Source On-line Application
$45.00
$45.00
$45.00
Undergraduate - International Documents Processing Fee
$45.00
$45.00
$45.00
Undergraduate - CSM Website On-line Application
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
Note: $45 fee will be in effect for applications received after priority deadline
Undergraduate - Transfer Student Application - any application form
$45.00
$45.00
$45.00
New Enrollment Confirmation Fee
$200.00
$200.00
$200.00
Graduate - Paper Application
$100.00
discontinued
discontinued
Graduate - On-line Application
CSM Student Applicants On-Line Application
$25.00
$25.00
$25.00
Domestic Applicants On-line Application
Discounted Fee for early applicants
$50.00
$50.00
$50.00
Regular Application Fee
$75.00
$75.00
$75.00
International Applicants On-Line Application
Discounted Fee for early applicants
$75.00
$75.00
$75.00
Regular Application Fee
$95.00
$95.00
$95.00
Second Application Processing Fee
$25.00
$25.00
$25.00
Non-degree Applicant Processing Fee
Discounted Fee for early applicants
$10.00
$10.00
$10.00
Regular Application Fee
$25.00
$25.00
$25.00
Late registration fee after five days
$100.00
$100.00
$100.00
Exchange/Visiting Scholar Processing Fee
$600.00
$600.00
$600.00
Late Graduation Application Fee
Undergraduate
N/A
N/A
$250.00
Graduate
N/A
N/A
$250.00
Student Orientation
New and transfer students
$126.60
$145.00
$145.00
New International students
$80.00
$80.00
$80.00
(Exempt from the refund policy)
Preview Mines program registration fee/person (Fall)
$20.00
$20.00
$20.00
Discover Mines program registration fee/person (Spring)
$20.00
$20.00
$20.00
Parents Day/Week-end
$20.00
$20.00
$20.00
Student Blaster Card
$21.60
$21.60
$21.60
Study Abroad Fees
Application Fee
$25.00
$25.00
$25.00
Mailing Cost Fee
$50.00
$50.00
$50.00
Non-exchange Fee
$600.00
$600.00
$600.00
Late Fee
$50.00
$50.00
$50.00
Optional
Silver plated nickel diploma-Undergraduate (remake or extra)
$165.00
$165.00
$165.00
Sterling silver diploma-Graduate level only
$296.00
$296.00
$296.00
(regular cycle, ordered with current graduate diplomas)
Sterling silver diploma-Graduate level only (special order, remake or extra)
$592.00
$592.00
$592.00
Silver plated nickel diploma with gold colored lettering (special ordered)
Charged incurred by Alumni Association/CSM Foundation or President's Office
Note: For fifty year Alumni only
*A Includes a silver diploma
*B Includes a silver diploma thesis binding
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Colorado School of Mines
Health Center and Dental Clinic Charges
AY2013
AY2014
AY2015
Health Center
Immunizations (Hepatitis A&B, tetanus,
At cost
At cost
At cost
and meningitis, Gardasil, Tdap)
Travel Clinic (consultation on international travel)
$30.00/appointment
$30.00/appointment
$30.00/appointment
Durable Medical Equipment (DME)
At cost
At cost
At cost
Summer (non-enrolled SHBP participants only)
$20/visit
$20/visit
$20/visit
2012-2013 shown for informational purposes only
CSM Dental Clinic Charges Schedule 2013-14
CSM Dental Clinic Charges Schedule 2014-15
Examinations:
Student Health
Other
Student Health
Other
Benefits Plan Participants
Students
Benefits Plan Participants
Students
Initial, with x-rays as needed
$15.00
$40.00
$15.00
$40.00
Emergency exam with x-rays as needed
$5.00
$25.00
$5.00
$25.00
Preventive/Diagnostic:
Prophylaxis per hour (includes recall exam)
$21.00
$45.00
$21.00
$45.00
X-rays - four bitewing
$15.00
$35.00
$15.00
$35.00
Sealant per tooth
$12.00
$30.00
$12.00
$30.00
Full Mouth x-rays
$17.00
$45.00
$17.00
$45.00
Peri-Apical films
$0.00
$10.00
$0.00
$10.00
Vitality Testing
$0.00
$20.00
$0.00
$20.00
Fluoride Treatment
$12.00
$35.00
$12.00
$35.00
F-paste
$10.00
$10.00
$10.00
$10.00
Restorative:
Bonded Amalgam - 1 surface
$25.00
$50.00
$25.00
$50.00
Bonded Amalgam - 2 surfaces
$30.00
$55.00
$30.00
$55.00
Bonded Amalgam - 3 surfaces
$35.00
$60.00
$35.00
$60.00
Bonded Amalgam - 4 surfaces
$40.00
$65.00
$40.00
$65.00
Resin - 1 surface
$25.00
$50.00
$25.00
$50.00
Resin - 2 surfaces
$30.00
$55.00
$30.00
$55.00
Resin - 3 surfaces
$35.00
$60.00
$35.00
$60.00
Resin - 4 surfaces
$40.00
$65.00
$40.00
$65.00
Emergency:
Pulpectomy/pulpotomy
$25.00
$50.00
$25.00
$50.00
Sedative filling/interim restoration
$17.00
$45.00
$17.00
$45.00
Periodontics:
Limited scaling/root cleaning
$32.00
$50.00
$32.00
$50.00
Perio scaling/root planing/hour
$38.00
$75.00
$38.00
$75.00
Perio maintenance
$25.00
$50.00
$25.00
$50.00
Oral Surgery
Extraction (simple)
$35.00
$65.00
$35.00
$65.00
Incision & drainage abscess
$22.00
$35.00
$22.00
$35.00
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Colorado School of Mines
Other Fees and Charges
AY 2013
AY 2014
AY 2015
PARKING CHARGES
Parking Permit (Student)-Opt-in
$125/year (General Permit)
$175/year (General Permit)
$180/year (General Permit)
$55/year (Commuter Permit)
$75/year (Commuter Permit)
$75/year (Commuter Permit)
$30/year (Remote Commuter)
$75/year (Commuter Permit)
$75/year (Freshman Lottery)
All student permits are based on an annual 12 month rate on an opt-in basis beginning in the fall 2010.
Parking Permit (Faculty/Staff)
AY 2013
AY 2014
AY 2015
All parking permits are based on an annual 12 month rate.
Employee (reserved lot)
$275/year
$375/year
$385/year
Employee (general lot)
$125/year
$175/year
$180/year
Employee (Lot P)
$275/year
$475/year
$490/year
Commuter Lots
$55/year
$75/year
$75/year
Commuter Remote (Mines Park lots)
$30/year
N/A
N/A
Replacement Permit
$25.00
$25.00
$25.00
Additional Parking Permits
$10.00
$10.00
$10.00
Pay Stations (Visitors)
General parking $1.50 per hour or $8 per day
Commuter parking $1.25 per hour or $6 per day
Scratch off Permits (Daily)
General parking $8
General parking $8
General parking $8
Commuter parking $6
Commuter parking $6
Commuter parking $6
Violation Charges
AY 2013
AY 2014
AY 2015
Class A Violations (no permit, parking where prohibited,
$20.00
$20.00
$20.00
parked outside lines, parked outside permit area, parked over
12" from curb, parked facing oncoming traffic)
Class B Violations (blocking fire lane or emergency access,
$40.00
$40.00
$40.00
obstructing street or driveway access, parked within 15 feet of
fire hydrant, expired vehicle registration, defective or unsafe
vehicle, abandoned vehicle)
Class C Violations (misuse of permit and all traffic violations)
$50.00
$50.00
$50.00
Law Enforcement Report Copies
$.25/page
$.25/page
$.25/page
Parking in reserved space without permit
$50.00
$50.00
$50.00
Parking in Handicap space without permit
$60.00
$60.00
$60.00
Late Payment Penalty
$15.00
$15.00
$15.00
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Colorado School of Mines
Other Fees and Charges
AY 2013
AY 2014
AY 2015
COPY CHARGES
Copy Center A complete listing of prices is on the copy Center website:
http://inside.mines.edu/Copy_Center
Black and white 8.5" X 11" and 8.5" X 14"
$.03/copy
$.03/copy
$.03/copy
Color 8.5" X 11"
$.25/copy
$.25/copy
$.25/copy
Stapling (per staple)
$.005/copy
$.005/copy
$.005/staple
Computing Center A complete listing of prices is on the CCIT website:
http://inside.mines.edu/UserFiles/File/ccit/computer-labs/PrintInfoTable.pdf
Laser Printout
8.5x11 $.10/page
8.5x11 $.10/page
8.5x11 $.10/page
Color Prints
8.5x11 $.25/printed side
8.5x11 $.25/printed side
8.5x11 $.25/printed side
Poster Printing
Plain B&W
$3.00/linear ft.
$3.00/linear ft.
$3.00/linear ft.
Plain - Color
$6.00/linear ft.
$6.00/linear ft.
$6.00/linear ft.
Law Enforcement Report Copies
$.25/page
$.25/page
$.25/page
LIBRARY CHARGES
AY 2013
AY 2014
AY 2015
Overdue Reserve Material
$3.00/hr
$3.00/hr
$3.00/hour
$3.00/hour for
$3.00/hour for
$10.00 maximum
each additional hour
each additional hour
$10.00 maximum
$10.00 maximum
Overdue books
$0.25/day
$0.25/day
$0.25/day
$10.00 maximum
$10.00 maximum
$10.00 maximum
Lost books
(Including overdue more than 40 days)
$100 or actual
$100 or actual
$100 or actual
cost (whichever
cost (whichever
cost (whichever
is higher)
is higher)
is higher)
Lost book returned
$11.00
$11.00
$10.00
Interlibrary Loans
Cost from the
Cost from the
Cost from the
(Faculty, Staff & Students)
lending library
lending library
lending library
plus shipping
plus shipping
plus shipping
Alumni Assoc. Members also
Cost from the
Cost from the
Cost from the
having Library cards
lending library
lending library
lending library
$10.00 fee plus shipping
$10.00 fee plus shipping
$10.00 fee plus shipping
Library Lending (Libraries, Institutions,
$15.00
$15.00
$15.00
Corporations)
International Loans
$25.00
$25.00
$25.00
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Colorado School of Mines
Other Fees and Charges
AY 2013
AY 2014
AY 2015
Database Searches
$35.00/hour
$35.00/hour
$35.00 minimum
Stu., Fac., Staff
Free
Free
Free
Individual
$45.00
$45.00
$45.00
Small Corporations
$100.00
$100.00
$100.00
(2-5 Employees)
(2-5 cardholders)
(2-5 cardholders)
(2-5 cardholders)
Large Corporations
$501.00
$501.00
$500.00
(11-15 Employees
(6-25 cardholders)
(6-25 cardholders)
(6-25 cardholders)
Preferred Patron
$1,001.00
$1,001.00
$1,000.00
(11 or more)
(26 or more
(26 or more
(26 or more
cardholders)
cardholders)
cardholders)
Use of Library: Open to the public; only members can check out material
Copy Services: Handling charge on all copy services.
$3.00
$3.00
Laser Printing
$0.10/page
$0.10/page
no longer offered
Archival Copies
$0.10/page
$0.10/page
no longer offered
Paper Copies
$0.50/page
$0.50/page
$15.00 per article/chapter
Transparencies
$0.50/page
$0.50/page
no longer offered
Fiche to Fiche
$1.00/fiche
$1.00/fiche
no longer offered
Fiche to Paper
$0.50/page
$0.50/page
no longer offered
Color Reproductions
$1.00/page
$1.00/page
$1.00/page
Map Reproductions
Variable
Variable
Variable
Rush Orders
$10.00 extra
$10.00 extra
$10.00 extra
Fax Charges
1-10 pages
$5.00
$5.00
$1.00 per page
11-20 pages
$10.00
$10.00
21- pages
Addt'l. $1 per
Addt'l. $1 per
page after first
page after first
20 pages
20 pages
AY 2013
AY 2014
AY 2015
CSM Thesis
(A thesis and its parts has one $10.00 handling fee.)
Paper Copies
$0.25/page
$0.25/page
$0.25/page
Thesis on Fiche
$20.00/Thesis
$20.00/Thesis
no longer offered
Include color reproductions
$1.00/page
Includes thesis maps
Cost + $2.02
Cost + $2.02
Maps Black and white
$0.40/sq. foot
$0.40/sq. foot
$0.45/sq. foot
Maps Color
$7.50sq. foot
$7.50sq. foot
$7.50/sq. foot
+ $35 scanning charge
+ $35 scanning charge
no longer offered
Include Thesis Media (disks)
$4.00/disk
$4.00/disk
$4.00/disk
Thesis on CD/DVD
$43.00
$43.00
$42.00
Handling Charge
$10.00/item
$10.00/item
$10.00/item
Search Fee
$10.00/request
$10.00/request
no longer offered
Rush Fee
$10.00/request
$10.00/request
$10.00/request
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Colorado School of Mines
Other Fees and Charges
STUDENT RECREATION CENTER MEMBERSHIP RATES 2014-15
Spring Semester
Summer Session I
Summer Session II
Fall Semester
CSM Student (under 4 credit hours)*
$155.00
$58.00
$77.00
$155.00
CSM Individual
Faculty/Staff
$155.00
$58.00
$77.00
$155.00
CSM Spouse
$77.50
$29.00
$38.50
$77.50
CSM Youth
$77.50
$29.00
$38.50
$77.50
CSM Alumni (annual)
$445.00
CSM Alumni
Spouse/Youth (annual)
$222.50
Lifetime Members
$2,730.00/ $1,365.00 extra to include spouse
Guest Passes
$5.00/day (2 per day)
CSM Faculty/Staff Non-Members $5.00/day
*Optional fee for students who are taking less than 4 credit hours.
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Colorado School of Mines
Other Fees and Charges
HOUSING RATES
ROOM AND BOARD CONTRACT
AY 2013
AY 2014
AY 2015
RESIDENCE HALLS
Aspen Hall
Double/Triple Room
N/A
$4,910.00
$5,106.00
Single Room
N/A
$6,106.00
$6,350.00
Traditional Halls-Morgan/Thomas/Bradford/Randall
Double/Triple Room
$4,720.00
$4,910.00
$5,106.00
Single Room
$5,870.00
$6,106.00
$6,350.00
Double Room as Single
$6,270.00
$6,522.00
$5,782.00
Temporary Triple Room*
N/A
N/A
$4,084.00
Weaver Towers
Double Room
$5,650.00
$6,002.00
$6,242.00
Single Room
$6,430.00
$6,932.00
$7,210.00
Double Room as Single
$6,944.00
$7,432.00
$7,730.00
"E"Room Single
$6,980.00
discontinued
discontinued
Maple Hall
Temporary Triple Room*
N/A
$4,524.00
$4,994.00
Double Room
$5,974.00
$6,002.00
$6,242.00
Single Room
$6,900.00
$6,932.00
$7,210.00
Elm Hall
Temporary Triple Room*
N/A
N/A
$4,994.00
Double Room
N/A
N/A
$6,242.00
Single Room
N/A
N/A
$7,210.00
*Denotes triple rooms which are available for temporary overcapacity housing. Receive a 20% discount off of the double rate, prorated for the duration of the
overcapacity status.
All Residence Hall figures include $50 for Residence Hall Association and $34 per academic year for unlimited laundry.
Alpha Phi Sorority
$5,065.00
$5,268.00
$5,426.00
FIJI House Fraternity
$5,181.00
$5,388.00
$5,550.00
Pi Phi Sorority
$5,065.00
$5,268.00
$5,426.00
Sigma Kappa Sorority
$5,065.00
$5,268.00
$5,426.00
All Fraternity and Sorority Houses
$73/week
$76/week
$78/week
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Colorado School of Mines
Other Fees and Charges
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
Per Year
Per Year
Per Year
MEAL PLANS
Marble-Unlimited Meals plus $100 Flex per semester
$4,632.00
$4,818.00
$4,986.00
Quartz-14 meals per week plus $200 Flex per semester
$4,522.00
$4,704.00
$4,868.00

Granite-160 Block Plus - $250 Flex per semester
$4,250.00
$4,420.00
$4,574.00
Topaz-115 Block plus $300 Flex per semester*
$3,814.00
$3,968.00
$4,106.00
*Upperclass students only
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
Summer School Room (weekly rate)
Double Room
$80/week
$83/week
$85/week
Single Room
$125/week
$130/week
$134/week
Summer School rates for room and board are only available to participants who are current students.
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
Per Month
Per Month
Per Month
APARTMENT HOUSING**
Family Housing (Mines Park)
1 bedroom
$817.00
$842.00
$868.00
2 bedroom
$896.00
$923.00
$950.00
Single Student Apartments (Mines Park)
1 bedroom
$817.00
$842.00
$868.00
2 bedroom
$1,075.00
$1,108.00
$1,140.00
3 bedroom
$1,470.00
$1,514.00
$1,560.00
**Tenant pays gas/electric
**CSM pays water/sewer/public electric
**Rent includes (1) Mines Park Parking Permit per student in apartment housing/(1) permit per apartment in family housing
**Rent also includes $3.00 per person per month for unlimited laundry.
Tenant pays CSM $18.50 per month per phone line (optional)
A $50.00 application fee is required for all housing applications.
(The $50 application fee will become part of any further damage deposit that may be required.)
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
Other Optional Housing Fees
Bike/Storage Lockers (per semester)
$50.00/per semester
$75.00/per semester
$75.00/per semester
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Other Fees and Charges
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
TELECOMMUNICATION CHARGES
Telephone base charges Admin/Business
$43.00/month
$43.00/month
$43.00/month
Telephone base charges Analog Line Admin/Business
$22.50/month
$22.50/month
$22.50/month
Telephone base charges Housing/Mines Park
$18.50/month
$18.50/month
$18.50/month
Student Long Distance (Optional)
Interstate
$.05/per min
$.05/per min
$.05/per min
Intralata
$.05/per min
$.05/per min
$.05/per min
Intrastate
$.05/per min
$.05/per min
$.05/per min
International
Cost per minute rate
Cost per minute rate
Cost per minute rate
Administrative Long Distance Service
Interstate
$.05/per min
$.05/per min
$.05/per min
Intralata
$.05/per min
$.05/per min
$.05/per min
Intrastate
$.05/per min
$.05/per min
$.05/per min
International
Current cost
Current cost
Current cost
per minute rate
per minute rate
per minute rate
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Colorado School of Mines
Other Fees and Charges
STUDENT CENTER RENTAL CHARGES
AY 2014
AY 2015
Conference Rooms (per event):
On Campus Groups
Off Campus
On Campus Groups
Off Campus
*Non Student Functions
Ballroom A
$405.00
$490.00
$405.00
$490.00
Ballroom B
$300.00
$370.00
$300.00
$370.00
Ballroom C
$285.00
$345.00
$285.00
$345.00
Ballroom D
$300.00
$360.00
$300.00
$360.00
Ballroom E
$300.00
$360.00
$300.00
$360.00
Ballrooms A and B
$680.00
$835.00
$680.00
$835.00
Ballrooms B and C
$560.00
$690.00
$560.00
$690.00
Ballrooms D and E
$575.00
$695.00
$575.00
$695.00
Ballrooms A, B and C
$965.00
$1,180.00
$965.00
$1,180.00
AY 2014
AY 2015
On Campus Groups
Off Campus
On Campus Groups
Off Campus
Presidents' Room
$175.00
$210.00
$175.00
$210.00
Meeting Room 234
$165.00
$195.00
$165.00
$195.00
Meeting Room 236
$200.00
$235.00
$200.00
$235.00
Dance Floor
$300.00
$300.00
$300.00
$300.00
Stage
$250.00
$250.00
$250.00
$250.00
A/V set-up charge
Basic AV set-up is included in all room rates.
Basic AV set-up is included in all room rates.
(available equipment)
Note: Companies interviewing on-campus using any of the above facilities will be charged 65% of the off-campus rate.
All room rentals are assessed 7.5% tax unless tax exempt.
Starting in FY14, all room charges include a $25 fee for basic equipment setup. Basic setup includes laptop, projector and use of house sound.
On-Campus Groups
Room rental fees typically do not apply to on-campus departments or offices for official CSM business, nor to recognized student organizations,
provided that at least 50% of attendees are CSM community members.
Starting in FY14, all room charges include a $25 fee for basic equipment setup. Basic setup includes laptop, projector, and use of house sound.
Personnel and Equipment Fees
On- or off- campus groups may be charged for services provided by lighting, sound or A/V technicians, building monitors, janitors,
ushers, or security personnel. Rates for these services range from $13 to $35/hour depending on personnel and services provided.
Any additional charges for equipment beyond the basic equipment setup will be specified at the time of the reservation.
Premium Event Rates
Certain events are considered premium events and require special consideration for determining rate increases. Such additional charges may be
necessary for events such as weddings/receptions, complex, political, or high-profile events. Reasons for increased charges include but are not
limited to additional staffing needs, heightened security, third party vendors, significant media presence, parking requirements, custodial/maintenance
requirements, impact on the academic schedule or mission of the university, and/or other unforeseen circumstances.
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Other Fees and Charges
GREEN CENTER RENTALS
AY 2013
AY 2014
AY 2015
Off Campus Groups
Friedhoff Hall:
Friedhoff 1
$330/hour
$500/hour
$500/hour
Friedhoff 2 & 3
$320/hour
$400/hour
$400/hour
Friedhoff 3
$95/hour
$150/hour
$150/hour
Friedhoff 1, 2, & 3
$360/hour
$600/hour
$600/hour
Bunker Auditorium
$320/hour
$450/hour
$450/hour
Petroleum Hall
$325/event
$500/event
$500/event
Metals Hall
$420/event
$500/event
$500/event
Classrooms/Balconies
$145/event
$145/event
$145/event
Lobby
$355/event
$400/event
$400/event
A 4-hour minimum may apply to all hourly rates. All room rentals are assessed 7.5% tax unless tax exempt.
Rental rates are subject to change based on the number of rooms used, size of the group, length of rental, conference
bidding requirements, market demand and whether rental occurs during a high or low demand period.
Note: Companies interviewing on-campus using any of the above facilities will be charged 65% of the above rates.
On-Campus Groups
Room rental fees typically do not apply to on-campus departments or offices for official CSM business, nor to recognized student organizations,
provided that at least 50% of attendees are CSM community members.
The Green Center Office of Events reserves the right to charge a rental fee for any event that collects admissions or registration fees
attendees.
Personnel and Equipment Fees
On- or off- campus groups may be charged for services provided by lighting, sound or A/V technicians, building monitors, janitors,
ushers, or security personnel. Rates for these services range from $13 to $35/hour depending on personnel and services provided.
Charges for usage of A/V equipment range from $25/event day to $200/event day depending on type and amount of equipment
needed. Any additional charges for equipment will be specified at the time of the request.
Premium Event Rates
Certain events are considered premium events and require special consideration for determining rate increases. Such additional charges may be
necessary for events such as weddings/receptions, complex, political, or high-profile events. Reasons for increased charges include but are not
limited to additional staffing needs, heightened security, third party vendors, significant media presence, parking requirements, custodial/maintenance
requirements, impact on the academic schedule or mission of the university, and/or other unforeseen circumstances.
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Other Fees and Charges
ATHLETICS FACILITY RENTAL CHARGES
AY 2013
AY 2014
AY 2015
Facility
Brooks Field (First 2 hours)
$250/ 1 hour, $500/ 2 hours,
$250/ 1 hour, $500/ 2 hours,
$250/ 1 hour, $500/ 2 hours,
$1,750/ 8 hours**
$1,750/ 8 hours**
$1,750/ 8 hours**
* Includes facility clean-up, custodian, PA system, lights, and press box. Exceptions made on a case-by-case basis by the Athletic Director.
** Any event longer than 8 hours will be charged a per hour rate.
South IM Field
$100/hour
$100/hour
$100/hour
North IM Field
$70/hour
$70/hour
$70/hour
Soccer Pitch
$100/hour
$100/hour
$100/hour
Track Facility
$100/hour
$100/hour
$100/hour
Football Practice Facility
$100/hour
$100/hour
$100/hour
Field Lining-It is the responsibility of the renter to contact Plant Facilities to coordinate.
Volk Gymnasium
AY 2013
AY 2014
AY 2015
Basketball Court
$125/hour
$125/hour
$125/hour
Scoreboard Operator
$15/hour
$15/hour
$15/hour
Custodian (2 hr. minimum)
$20/hour
$20/hour
$20/hour
PA System press box ($100 charge, $75 refundable deposit)
Tennis Courts (outdoor)
$20/hr/court
$20/hr/court
$20/hr/court
Fieldhouse
(All Groups)
Field facility
$100/hour
$100/hour
$100/hour
Tennis Courts (each)
$45/hour
$45/hour
$45/hour
Basketball/Volleyball Courts (each)
$45/hour
$45/hour
$45/hour
Custodian (2 hours minimum)
$20/hour
$20/hour
$20/hour
Field Rental Charges
Softball
$70/hour
$70/hour
$70/hour
Baseball
$100/hour
$100/hour
$100/hour
These fees are the minimum amount that will be charged per facility requested. Fees may be adjusted based on size of event, number of days
occupied and special needs of the event.
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Other Fees and Charges
OFF CAMPUS CONFERENCE GROUPS
2012-2013
2013-2014
2014-2015
LODGING
Traditional Halls
Double/Double (pppn)
$27.00
$29.00
$29.00
Single/Single (pppn)
$30.00
$35.00
$35.00
Weaver Towers
Double/Double (pppn)
$32.00
$34.00
$34.00
Single/Single (pppn)
$35.00
$40.00
$40.00
Maple Hall
Double/Double (pppn)
$35.00
$37.00
$37.00
Single/Single (pppn)
$38.00
$43.00
$43.00
All rooms include linens
Nightly stays are charged tax (7.5%) unless tax exempt.
(Rates adjusted for long term (minimum four weeks), providing own linens, etc.)
MEALS
2012-2013
2013-2014
2014-2015
Package rate for guest
$26.65 pppd
$28.25 pppd
$28.25 pppd
Breakfast
$7.50
$7.95
$7.95
Lunch
$9.30
$9.85
$9.85
Dinner
$9.85
$10.45
$10.45
Catered meals are at catered prices quoted by Flavours Catering by Sodexo.
All meals are assessed 7.5% tax unless tax exempt.
Classroom/Laboratory charges (off-campus groups)
AY 2013
AY 2014
AY 2015
One to three days
$100.00/day/rm
$100.00/day/rm
$100.00/day/rm
More than 3 days
$75.00/day/rm
$75.00/day/rm
$75.00/day/rm
Exceptions:
Activities hosted by a fee-charging CSM group - 75% of above rates.
Activities hosted by a non-charging CSM group - 50% of above rates.
Governmental and Non-Profit Organizations - 75% of above rates.
Organizations exempted by the President.
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Other Fees and Charges
MISCELLANOUS CHARGES
2012-2013
2013-2014
2014-2015
Accounting
NSF Check Charges
$33.00
$33.00
$35.00
Payment Plan Enrollment Fee
$25/plan
$25/plan
$25/plan
Registrar
Drop Slips or Late Add Approvals (after census deadline)
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
Lost ID Cards
$20.00
$15.00
$15.00
Access Services (Lock Shop)
Lost or stolen key
$65.00
$65.00
$65.00
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Colorado School of Mines
Definitions: Mandatory Fees
All degree seeking students enrolled in 4 or more credit hours during the fall and/or spring semester shall pay all
mandatory student fees. Degree seeking students enrolled in Summer Session I or Summer Session II shall pay the fees specified
regardless of the credit hours for which they are enrolled. CSM students attending colleges outside the United States and
non-degree students attending part-time will be assessed the Technology Fee only.
During the fall and/or spring semesters, degree seeking students taking less than 4 credit hours are not required to pay student
fees, except for the Technology Fee. All students including non-degree, high school, CSM employees, and community college
students enrolled in one or more hours shall pay the Technology Fee. Any such student, however, wishing to take part in student
activities and receive student privileges may do so by paying full mandatory fees. Mandatory fees are as follows:
The Academic Facilities Construction Fee is a mandatory fee for the purpose of constructing new institutional facilities,
and/or renovating, expanding, and maintaining existing institutional facilities that are core to the role and mission of the
institution.
The Associated Students fee is a mandatory fee supporting the activity/functions of Student Government (USG and GSG).
The Intercollegiate Athletics fee is a mandatory which entitles students to use the athletic facilities during normal
operating hours, and includes entrance to all intercollegiate sports events.
The Intermodal Transportation Fee is a mandatory fee which support intermodal transportation initiatives. Initiatives
include, but are not limited to, a RTD College Pass, a local Golden/CSM Circulator Bus, and other transit demand
management issues determined by the Student Government.
The Recreation Center Fee is a mandatory fee collected for the purpose of paying bonded indebtedness and additional
operational costs for the Student Recreation Center.
The Student Health Services fee is a mandatory fee allocated for either the Student Health Center or contract health
services. A portion of this fee is used to retire bond indebtedness for the Wellness Center.
The Student Services fee is a mandatory fee which defer some of the costs for the operation of the Division of Student
Life and the Student Center. A portion of this fee is used to retire the bond indebtedness of the Student Center.
The Technology fee is a mandatory fee collected for the purpose of providing or purchasing equipment or programmatic
activities relating to computer equipment, laboratory equipment, or other technology.
Summer Session I and Summer Session II
Academic summer sessions may at times require fees be assessed to enrolled students. These special fees may include,
but are not limited to, the following:
Room and board fees for off-campus lodging,
Travel expenses,
Class material/tools,
Costs of external laboratory analysis.
The cost of these services vary from year to year and the academic department makes decisions regarding summer
session structure subsequent to the deadlines outlined in the Board of Trustees approved Institutional Plan for Student Fees and
Other Charges. The Board shall approve such special summer session fees in principle, subject to the review and
approval of the President prior to student assessment.
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Colorado School of Mines
Tuition and Fees Refund Policy
The amount of tuition and fee assessments is based primarily on each student's enrolled courses. In the event a student
withdraws from a course or courses, assessments will be adjusted as follows:
If the withdrawal is made prior to the end of the add/drop period for the term of enrollment, as
determined by the Registrar, tuition and fees will be adjusted to the new course level without penalty.
If the withdrawal from a course or courses is made after the add/drop period, and the student does not
officially withdraw from the School, no adjustments in charges will be made.
If the withdrawal from courses is made after the add/drop period, and the student withdraws from
School, tuition and fee assessments will be reduced according to the following schedule:
Within 7 calendar days following the end of the add/drop period, 60 percent reduction in charges.
Within the next following 7 calendar days, a 40 percent reduction in charges.
Within the next following 7 calendar days, a 20 percent reduction in charges.
After that period, no reduction of charges will be made.
To comply with federal regulations surrounding student financial aid programs, the Director of Financial Aid may modify this schedule
in individual circumstances.
The schedule above applies to the Fall and Spring semesters. The time periods for the Summer Sessions I and II
will be adjusted in proportion to the reduced number of days in these semesters.
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