Fees for Other Special Items or Services
Graduate: $50; Undergraduate: $75; International: $90.
Cooperative Education Fee
A fee of $75 is charged to all students participating in domestic or international Cooperative Education programs.
A non-refundable fee per degree sought is assessed the semester a student applies for graduation. This fee is payable each time a student applies for graduation. A late fee of $50, in addition to the diploma/graduation fee, may be charged to those who apply for graduation after the published deadline.
Independent International Study Fee
The $100 fee covers services provided by Education Abroad Programs associated with students who elect to go abroad and transfer credit back to Texas A&M. Such services include advising students and departments on key issues and procedures before, during and after programs abroad; overseeing transfer credit paperwork; maintaining the library and computer resources for those who want to pursue independent opportunities abroad; and overseeing issues related to affiliated programs abroad and emergency services to assist students as needed.
International Student Health Insurance
The Texas A&M University System requires all international students entering the U.S. on a F-1 or J-1 student visa to be covered under the Texas A&M University System Student Health Insurance Plan (SSHIP) or have equivalent insurance coverage that meets the waiver criteria. The System Student Health Insurance Regulation is located at http://policies.tamus.edu/26-99-01.pdf.
For more information regarding the health insurance and waiver processes, please visit http://iss.tamu.edu.
Graduate Program Fees
Most Graduate Programs have additional program fees attached to them. These fees are submitted and approved through the Board of Regents and are charged based on a number of factors such as number of hours enrolled, admission term, and specific college or program that the student is enrolled in. Please follow the link below for more information about each program fee’s specific cost. For more information regarding graduate program fees, please visit https://sbs.tamu.edu/billing-payments/billing-fee-explanations/index.html.
Law School Program
Law School tuition and fees are charged at an hourly rate for credit hours 1-8. Part-time students taking 9-12 hours and full-time students taking 13-16 hours are charge a flat part-time or full-time rate. The tuition and fee rate switches back to an hourly rate for all hours 17 and higher.
Law School Distance Education programs are charged an hourly rate for all hours. For specific amounts for each hour, please use the link below to the tuition calculator. https://tuition.tamu.edu/
New Graduate Student Fee
A non-refundable new graduate student fee of $50 is charged to all new graduate students. This fee is assessed the first semester the student is registered.
Sponsored International Students
International Student Services (ISS) provides specialized administrative services, advising, and other program management related to the specific requirements for sponsored students. ISS serves as a liaison with academic departments, the Texas A&M University campus, sponsored students and their sponsors.
Third Party Billing and invoices for sponsored students are handled by Student Business Services (SBS). http://sbs.tamu.edu/accounts-billing/for-sponsors-and-sponsored-students/
An administrative fee not to exceed $500 per semester or summer session (all or part thereof) will be required to support international sponsored students whose programs are coordinated through International Student Services, unless these fees are waived as part of negotiated contractual agreements.
Thesis/Dissertation/Record of Study Fee (Processing Fee)
This fee supports the review, processing, and archiving of each thesis, dissertation, and record of study along with other services and tools provided by the Graduate and Professional School. Archival formats include microfilm or digital storage. The fee does not include binding of personal copies.
The processing fees are: Master's fee, $110; Doctoral fee, $170.