Southeast Missouri State University

Southeast is affordable and an excellent education "best buy."

Incidental & General Fees

  • Incidental Fees are charged to cover educational expenses not funded by the State of Missouri. Students who are not Missouri residents are charged a non-resident fee which has been added to the Incidental Fee.
  • General Fees are assessed for all courses and specifically allocated as recommended by Student Government and approved by the Board of Regents.  The allocations include, but are not limited to, maintenance and repairs, technology and student activities.
New Military Residency for Non-Missouri Residents

Undergraduate Students


Fall 2013/Spring 2014/Summer 2014

 Missouri Residents
Non-Missouri Residents

 Fees are set annually by the Board of Regents and are subject to change.

Graduate Students

Fall 2013/Spring 2014/Summer 2014
 Missouri Residents
Non-Missouri Residents

 Fees are set annually by the Board of Regents and are subject to change.

Doctoral Students

Fall 2013/Spring 2014/Summer 2014
Missouri Residents
  • Incidental & General Fees - $386.20 per credit hour
Non-Missouri Residents
  • Incidental & General Fees - $927.60 per credit hour


Fees are set annually by the Board of Regents and are subject to change.

Additional Fees

  • Online and Webinar courses - $12.50 per credit hour
  • Off-Campus courses - $4.00 per credit hour
  • ITV courses - $5.50 per credit hour
Special Program Fees
  • Computer Science courses - $30.00 per credit hour
  • Athletic Training courses - $30.00 per credit hour
  • Nursing courses - $30.00 per credit hour
  • RN to BSN online courses - $100.00 per credit hour

These programs require a special course fee to offset expenses associated with national accreditation requirements, low faculty/student ratios, and high cost equipment.

Course Fees

These are fees associated with specific courses to offset expenses related to that particular course.

Please refer to our Course Fees for a complete listing.

Electronic Course Materials Description and FAQs

Fees are set annually by the Board of Regents and are subject to change.

Comprehensive Fee Schedule

Check out the Comprehensive List of Fees for 2013-2014

Residence Hall Fees

 A Contract for University Housing is a legally binding agreement for the full term of the agreement and any request to cancel must be made in writing and meet the requirements established by the University. 

Room and Meal plan Rates

The combined cost of a room and mealplan for the Fall 2013/Spring 2014 academic year is:

Residence Hall 15+ Meal Plan*(with $140 in flex) 19+ Meal Plan*(with $116 in flex)
Science/Wildwood Hall (double occupancy) $8,570.00 $8,780.00
Henderson Hall (double occupancy) $8,570.00 $8,780.00
Merick Hall (double occupancy) $8,570.00 $8,780.00
Vandiver Hall (double occupancy) $8,570.00 $8,780.00
Towers West & North (double occupancy) $8,570.00 $8,780.00
Myers Hall (double occupancy) $8,570.00 $8,780.00
Group Housing (double occupancy) $7,570.00 $7,780.00
Cheney Hall (double occupancy) $6,820.00 $7,030.00
Towers East & South (double occupancy) $6,820.00 $7,030.00
Dearmont Hall (double occupancy) $6,470.00 $6,680.00

 *Other meal plans are available.

Fees are set annually by the Board of Regents and are subject to change. For more information regarding housing and meal plans, please contact the Office of Residence Life at (573) 651-2274.

Additional Fees - Housing

  • Yearly charges for the following services are in addition to the above room and meal rates:
    • Residence Hall Association Fee - $30
    • Technology Fee - $60
    • Cable television - $60

Fees are set annually by the Board of Regents and are subject to change. For more information regarding housing and meal plans, please contact the Office of Residence Life at (573) 651-2274.

Housing Deposit and Cancellations

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