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Luke Fera

Luke Fera '06
Biology Major

"LSSU has a great reputation for placing students in graduate and professional schools. Many of my classmates from LSSU are now pursuing graduate and professional studies at some of the finest universities in Canada and the United States."

"The student-faculty interaction and the ability to conduct research at the undergraduate level really helped me to achieve success in a competitive graduate program. My professors at LSSU were always interested in helping us succeed."

Luke Fera of Sault Ste. Marie graduated from LSSU in 2006 with a degree in biology and is now working toward a master's degree in epidemiology at University of Western Ontario in London. He plans to continue his studies in the medical sciences.

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Tuition Costs, Room and Board, & Fees

Lake Superior State University is one of the most affordable public universities in Michigan. The University is committed to keeping costs as low as possible, providing an excellent education at an affordable price.

Loan/Cost Estimator ToolWhen comparing costs with other universities, LSSU offers a flat tuition rate for those taking 12 to 17 credits. This means you can take 17 credit hours for the price of 12, a savings of over $4,220 per year, and over $16,880 in four years!*

 

*based on 2014-2015 tuition and fees


2014-2015

The following costs are for the 2014-2015 academic year and are based on full-time (a minimum of 12 credit hours for undergraduate) attendance for each semester. All costs are subject to change.Your charges may also include fees for special courses, athletic fee, vehicle registrations, etc., not shown.

To view the cost of attendance figures used by the Financial Aid Office to calculate your financial aid budget, please click here.

Schedule of tuition and fees

Schedules effective Fall 2014 - Summer 2015.
Tuition
 

Per Semester

Per Credit Hour
Resident
- Undergraduate (12-17 credits)
$ 5,064.00
$ 422.00
- Graduate
n/a
$ 490.00
Midwest Consortium*
- Undergraduate
$ 7,596.00
$ 633.00
Non-resident
- Undergraduate
$ 7,596.00
$ 633.00
* Residents of Illinois, Kansas, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Nebraska, Indiana and North Dakota.

 

Room and Board
 

Fall Semester

Spring Semester
Total
Regular room
$ 4,637.00
$ 4,350.00
$ 8,987.00
Private room
$ 5,489.00
$ 5,148.00
$ 10,637.00
Private room in 2 or 3 bedroom apartment or, Semi-private one bedroom apartment
$ 5,566.00
$ 5,221.00
$ 10,787.00
Private apartment
$ 5,824.00
$ 5,463.00
$ 11,287.00
*All options listed include meal plan and $44.00 environmental fee.

Additional fees include:

  • $125 Athletic Fee - The athletic fee is a one-time fee charged to all new, undergraduate, degree-seeking students (excluding teacher education interns, students with an internship/practicum off-campus, dual enrolled students and Regional Center and other distance education students). The fee is assessed once and permits access to all regular session athletic events based on space available for up to six years as long as the student is enrolled.
  • $60 Student Activity/Media Fee - The SAM fee was requested by the student government and approved by the Board of Trustees to support student government, student activities, the student radio station, and the student newspaper.  The Student Activity/Media Fee is a flat fee assessed on all enrolled students except those registered for internship classes, for classes at a Regional Center, or dually enrolled high school students.

In addition to the standard fees listed here, your charges may also include fees for special courses, vehicle registrations, etc., not shown. View all student fees.

 


2013-2014

The following costs are for the 2013-2014 academic year and are based on full-time (a minimum of 12 credit hours for undergraduate) attendance for each semester. All costs are subject to change.Your charges may also include fees for special courses, athletic fee, vehicle registrations, etc., not shown.

To view the cost of attendance figures used by the Financial Aid Office to calculate your financial aid budget, please click here.

Schedule of tuition and fees

Schedules effective Fall 2013 - Summer 2014.
Tuition
 

Per Semester

Per Credit Hour
Resident
- Undergraduate (12-17 credits)
$ 4,920.00
$ 410.00
- Graduate
n/a
$ 475.00
Midwest Consortium*
- Undergraduate
$ 7,380.00
$ 615.00
Non-resident
- Undergraduate
$ 7,380.00
$ 615.00
* Residents of Illinois, Kansas, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Nebraska, Indiana and North Dakota.

 

Room and Board
 

Fall Semester

Spring Semester
Total
Regular room
$ 4,503.00
$ 4,225.00
$ 8,728.00
Private room
$ 5,234.00
$ 4,909.00
$ 10,143.00
Private room in 2 or 3 bedroom apartment or, Semi-private one bedroom apartment
$ 5,450.00
$ 5,113.00
$ 10,563.00
Private apartment
$ 5,727.00
$ 5,371.00
$ 11,098.00
*All options listed include meal plan and $44.00 environmental fee.

Additional fees include:

  • $125 Athletic Fee - one-time fee charged to all new, undergraduate, degree-seeking students (excluding teacher education interns, students with internship/practicums off-campus, dual enrolled students and Regional Center and other distance education student. The fee is assessed once and permits access to all regular session athletic events based on space available for up to six years as long as the student is enrolled.
  • $60 Student Activity/Media Fee - a fee approved by the students to go toward paying for student entertainment and programming.

In addition to the standard fees listed here, your charges may also include fees for special courses, vehicle registrations, etc., not shown. View all student fees.

Majoring in Elementary Education...

Brittany Baril

Brittany Baril
Elementary Education
Sault Ste. Marie, MI

Easy to walk from class to class, all have close proximity. There are excellent professors. The Library and Learning Center are great resources! (Actually are a relaxing place to be.) [ more ]

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