Tuition and Cost of Attendance for 2014-2015
The Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School makes the difficult decision about where to earn a master’s degree just a little bit easier by offering generous financial aid. In 2013, students in our School’s master’s program received over $4.5 million in scholarships and stipends. For the 2014-2015 academic year, our tuition is $39,950. (The University releases new tuition rates normally in March each year.) However, on average, with the scholarships and stipends that our students receive, the tuition costs for in-state and out-of-state students is reduced. Our tuition cost, as compared to regional public universities, is thus very competitive. Our scholarships are generously supported by alumni and friends. We work closely with you on a one-to-one basis to make sure that those who want to receive an education at one of the top-ranked schools of social work can afford to do so.
(12-16 credit hours) – $39,950 ($19,975/per semester)
Intensive Weekend and Part-Time Programs
(1-11 credit hours) – $1,332/per credit hour ($3,996/per 3 credit hours)
The university accepts checks, money orders, and Discover Credit Card. There is also a tuition payment plan available but it needs to be set up by August 1, 2014: Controller’s Office
Tuition Due Dates
Fall Tuition Payment Due Dates
- Fall 2014 – September 5, 2013
Spring Tuition Payment Due Dates
- Spring 2015 – January 23, 2015
Click here to access the Bursar’s Office site: Bursar’s Office
The following 2014-2015 estimated cost of attendance budget is used to determine eligibility for “need-based” scholarships, federal work-study and federal student loans:
Case Medical Plan
The current Case medical plan fee of $808.00 is automatically charged on a per semester basis to students registered for one or more credit hours. If you have health coverage, you may waive the medical plan fee in SIS. New charges for 2014-15 will be forthcoming.
Parking and Transportation
Student parking permits range in cost, depending on location of the assigned lot. Free shuttle buses operate day and night on a regular schedule around the campus. Parking is paid in advance at the start of each semester.
Student Activity Fee
A student activity fee of $35.00 will be charged to your SIS bill each semester you are enrolled at the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences.
Student Wellness Fee
Starting in Fall 2014, a fee of $29/month will be applied to your SIS bill each semester for use of 121 Fitness Center: http://onetoone.case.edu/ There will be an opt op process and instructions will be added here shortly. Please note that Veale Center will still be free to use with your Case ID card: http://athletics.case.edu/facilities/veale_center