Post-Baccalaureate Fee for Completing Teaching Licensure
Students who have earned a Linfield degree, have been charged full Linfield tuition for eight semesters, and have exhausted their eligibility for Linfield financial aid qualify for a special per semester fee of $9,875 to complete student teaching and seminar for student teaching. Eligible students enrolled for fewer than 10 credits will be charged $1,118 per credit. Eligible students enrolling for more than 18 credits will be charged $1,118 per credit for each credit above 18. Students who do not meet these conditions must pay full undergraduate tuition.
Undergraduate Students, ADP Program
The tuition charge for ADP coursework is $435 per semester credit.
ADP on-line charges of $50 per credit up to a maximum of $150 and other course related fees apply.
A fee is charged for the evaluation and award of credit for prior non-course learning, the amount depending on the number of credits requested. See the Adult Degree Program section for other fees specific to ADP students.
English Language and Culture Program
Students who have been accepted into the English Language and Culture Program (ELCP) are eligible to receive a discounted tuition rate equal to 50% of the undergraduate tuition rate. For 2013-2014, this semester rate will be $8,975 but is contingent upon the following conditions:
- Students must be enrolled for 12 to 16 credits
- Students may not have more than 6 non-ELCP credits. Coursework must be approved by the ELCP Coordinator
- It is anticipated students will remain in the English Language and Culture Program for 1 to 2 semesters
- Students are not eligible for financial aid while in this program.
Students should check with the ELCP Coordinator in the Office of International Programs to determine their eligibility. If conditions are not met, students will be charged the regular undergraduate rate.
High School Juniors and Seniors
The tuition charge for high school junior and senior course work is $435 per semester credit. Students may enroll in only one class and up to 5 credits per semester. Students enrolled in more than 5 credits (with the approval of the director of admission only), will be charged the per-credit rate that is applicable to McMinnville and Portland campus students for each credit hour over 5 credits.
Associated Students of Linfield Campus Fee
This fee, required of enrolled students each January Term and each semester of 6 credits or more, pays for student body-sponsored events and includes admission to most on-campus events, including all intercollegiate athletic contests. No ASLC fee charge is made for students enrolled for five credits or less in a semester.
The non-refundable fee for auditing a course (taking it without credit) is $560 per credit for students at the McMinnville or Portland Campuses and $220 per credit for students enrolled through ADP. (Course fees apply to audited classes.) Auditing is permitted on a space available basis without charge for fulltime students in nonlaboratory courses, with the consent of the instructor and the Registrar or Registration Office at the regular registration period. Students enrolled for fewer than 10 credits will be charged $560 per credit for the course being audited. Students enrolled for more than 18 credits will be charged $560 per credit for the course being audited. There will be no tuition charge for senior citizens, at least age 65, under the definition of “Auditing a Course,” but senior citizens must pay applicable course fees. There is no discount for senior citizens for courses with transcripted credit.
Charges and Fines
Finance charges and/or fines will be levied on student accounts including but not necessarily limited to the following:
A $100 late clearing fee will be applied to a student account August 6 for fall semester and February 4 for spring semester for any student who has not followed the payment procedure date requirements of August 5 for fall semester and February 3 for spring semester.
A 1% per month finance charge will be applied to a student account balance beginning November 1 for fall semester and March 1 for spring semester.
A $25 late payment fee will be applied to a student account per each late payment per month on any prearranged payment plan or subsequent overdue amount or account. An account will be considered overdue beginning November 5 for fall semester and March 5 for spring semester on any account balance.
A $25 returned check charge will be levied for all returned checks.
Any student may challenge for credit an existing Linfield course for a non-refundable flat fee of $560. This fee covers administrative costs and the preparation and evaluation of special examinations.
Students seeking a McMinnville or Portland Campus degree, as well as those admitted as special students by the Director of Admission, are required to pay a $400 matriculation fee at the time of a Linfield offer to admission. The priority date to pay the $400 matriculation fee is May 1. The matriculation fee is non-refundable after May 1. November 1 is the matriculation fee deadline for Portland Campus students entering in the spring. Payment of the $400 matriculation fee may be made using credit/ debit card at https://linfield.afford.com/PPT/MakeAPayment.
Late Registration Fee: Adult Degree Program
A late registration fee of $50 will be charged for any student who completes the registration process after the end of the first day of classes. Registration is not complete until payment is made of all fees for an academic term.
A. Applied Lesson Fee
For non-music majors and special students (non-degree candidates), fees for weekly half-hour applied lessons are charged at the rate of $560 per credit.
For students approved by the department as Music minors, Linfield College will reduce the $530 applied lesson fee to $280 per credit. Music minors must have concurrent registration in required music theory and/or music history courses with their applied lessons to ensure commitment to and timely completion of their minor.
For students approved by the department as Music majors, no extra fee is charged for applied lessons, but the student must pay tuition for each credit taken in excess of an 18-credit course load.
The following policy statements define the above students’ responsibilities and obligations regarding applied lessons:
1. Students will be credited with a full refund if they meet the following two criteria:
a) Drop applied lessons before the end of the first 10 class days of each semester; and,
b) Have not made any arrangements with, nor taken any lessons from, the applied music instructor.
2. Students who withdraw from applied lessons during the 10- day time period listed above, but have taken one or more applied lessons, will receive credit for the full refund less $20 for each lesson taken. No refunds will be made after the first 10 class days of each semester have passed.
3. Students will be automatically billed for and must pay the full applied lesson fee if they have not dropped by the time period defined in 1.a above regardless of whether or not they have taken applied lessons that semester.
B. Usage Fee
The Music usage fee per semester for Music majors is $60 and for Music minors is $35. This fee is non-refundable.
McMinnville Campus Parking Permit
Any Linfield College student must register all vehicles using parking spaces within the Linfield Parking District (surrounding the McMinnville Campus) with Community Public Safety and Security. The Parking Permit Fee associated with registration is $85 per year. Members of the Linfield community who park unregistered vehicles within the Linfield Parking District are subject to fines by Linfield College of up to double the registration fee. The Parking Year runs from August 15 of one year through August 14 of the following year. The fee is assessed at the time the vehicle is registered, at the annual rate and is valid through the following August 14. The fee is non-refundable. Vehicles parked within the Linfield Parking District are subject to citation from the Oregon State Department of Transportation, the City of McMinnville and Linfield College. Any vehicle towed will be towed at the owner’s expense.
Technology Infrastructure Fee
Students enrolled full time will be charged a $42 per semester technology fee ($27 if registered for fewer than 10 credits) to support campus-wide technology infrastructure.
The transcript fee is $7.25 for each official transcript request. The college reserves the right to withhold transcripts if the student has unmet financial obligations to the college.
Various Course-Related Fees
Students enrolled in certain courses may be charged a course, lab or studio fee for supplies. Other fees apply where appropriate.