Parking Permit Fee
All persons who operate a vehicle on university property, regularly or occasionally, are required to register those vehicles online in the JNET portal at the University Website under the Campus Resources tab and then Parking Spot. The Business Office located in College Hall, will issue a parking permit for designated area or areas. All student vehicles operated on the university campus must be registered within one week after classes begin. No refunds will be issued after one week from the date classes begin. Detailed information on parking and traffic regulations, penalties for failing to register a vehicle and other traffic and parking violations, methods of obtaining refunds, procedures to follow when changing automobiles, location where vehicle may be parked, and a specific breakdown of fees to be paid will be available at the time of registration. Information may also be found on the TAMU-K’s University Police Department website.
Distance Education Fee
Certain 600 section courses may be assessed a distance education fee ($60 per semester credit hour). Graduate online courses provided in the College of Business Administration will be charged $125 per semester credit hour. For more information, please refer to the Business Services webpage.
For each laboratory course, a fee of $2 to $30 is charged depending upon cost of materials used in the course.
Applied Music Fees
For personal lessons on keyboard, wind, string or percussion instrument or voice lessons, a fee of $75 per semester credit hour is charged.
|Instrument Rental Fee
|$3 per semester
|Marching Band members for three uniform cleanings
|$10 per semester
A $100 per semester credit hour fee assessed after the 12th class day (15th for summer sessions) of the semester for attempting a class for the third and subsequent times.
Excessive Hours Fee
A $100 per semester credit hour fee assessed for the number of hours exceeding the minimum required to complete the degree plan above the set allowance.
The fee for visiting a course for a person other than a full-time student is the same as that required for registration for credit. A full-time student pays no additional fee for visiting a course.
|Late Payment Fee
|Undergraduate (domestic) Application Fee
|Graduate (domestic) Application Fee
|International Application Fee
|R.O.T.C. Special Service Fee, Per Semester
|Thesis-Binding Fee for extra copy
Fines and Breakage Loss
Students are expected to exercise reasonable care of university property; an assessment will be made for any deliberate misuse. Students must pay all fines before they can receive a transcripts of their credits or can register in the university.
Student registered for courses in chemistry will be notified at the end of a semester of breakage or loss of equipment and will be required to pay the amount due at the Business Office.