Estimated Undergraduate and Graduate Tuition and Fees
Rates for the estimated tuition and college fees included on the Student Account Statement are indicated for the fall and spring semesters. Information includes the estimated total cost per semester for Undergraduate and Graduate traditional and regimental students. Links detail the estimated charges per semester for all students (resident, commuter, in-state, in-region, out-of-region). Estimated rates for summer ashore and the Summer Sea Term are also provided.
Other costs that make up the school's total cost of attendance such as books, supplies and personal expenses are detailed in the Cost of Attendance web page.
These rates apply to residents of Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Virginia and Washington, D.C.
Regimental cost includes INDOC fees. It does not include the cost of the uniform package, a one-time fee of approximately $3,300 paid directly to the Ship's Store. The Regiment of Cadets does not accept new students in the spring.
If there is an outstanding balance, a hold will be placed on the student's account. Holds prevent the student from accessing grades or registering for classes. If a payment is late, a late fee will be charged. Accounts more than 120 days past due will be referred to the state attorney general.
All undergraduate full-time students are initially billed for annual student health insurance in the fall semester. New full-time domestic undergraduate students enrolling for the first time in the spring semester will be automatically billed an additional $1,355 for health insurance. International students are automatically billed per semester for health insurance. Students with alternative coverage may choose to have this fee waived. Waiver requests must be submitted every year.
Graduate students may choose to enroll in Maritime's health insurance, offered through Aetna.