20-21 Bacone College Academic Catalog, last updated July 29, 2020

8. Business Office Information

College Expenses

Bacone College will make every effort to contain costs from the date they are announced through the current academic year. Our Board of Trustees, however, reserves the right to make changes in tuition and fees at any time.

Students need to have a plan for meeting their college expenses before they register and begin attending classes. The beginning point for this is the Financial Aid office. Once a Financial Aid Award letter has been presented to a student, the student will know what portion of his/her account the student is responsible to pay.

 

Cash Paying Students

Once you have applied for and received your financial aid award package, your next question may be, "How do I take care of the costs that financial aid doesn’t cover?" The full balance after scholarships, grants, and loans is due at the start of the semester. If your family cannot pay the balance in full before the semester starts, Bacone College offers a payment plan option. Similar to the purchase of a house or a car, higher education is a long-term investment with long-term value. 

The Financial Aid office will present each student with an Estimated Charges worksheet and a separate Payment Plan if needed.  Bacone College is one of the few private colleges today who does not charge an up-front payment plan enrollment fee or interest charges on unpaid balances. Payment Plan terms are as follows:

Semester Payment Plans

This payment plan is designed for students who enroll for only the Fall or Spring semesters separately:

Fall

Payments for enrollment costs, less verified financial aid are due as follows –

Down payment (due prior to enrollment- see schedule above)

1/3 of the balance due by September 2
1/3 of the balance due by September 30
1/3 of the balance due by October 28

Spring

Payments for enrollment costs, less verified financial aid are due as follows –

Down payment (due prior to enrollment- see schedule above)

1/3 of the balance due by February 3
1/3 of the balance due by March 10
1/3 of the balance due by April 14

Summer

Payments for enrollment costs, less verified financial aid are due as follows –

One-half of all charges not covered by financial aid must be paid by the first day of class. The remainder of charges must be paid by the first day of the fifth week of class for eight-week terms.

Students who do not complete their payment plan obligations by the final day of the semester or do not stay current with their payment plan will be administratively withdrawn unless an extended payment plan has been approved by the Bacone College Vice President of Finance.  Appeals may be made in writing to the President.

Payment of Accounts

The College reserves the right to withhold grades, academic records, transcripts, and diplomas until all financial obligations to the College are satisfied. Students whose accounts remain delinquent by the 8th week in a given semester may be administratively withdrawn.

Students that have made some payments in an academic term but are behind in their payment plans by Finals Week may be allowed to take their finals. However, until they have satisfied their balance or made sufficient progress in doing so, as determined by the Business Office, these students will receive an "AW" on their grade report and transcript for all of the courses in which they are enrolled in that academic term. Students will have until the middle of the next academic term to have their balances cleared. Upon doing so by that time, the "AW" will be replaced with the final grade the professor assigned to the course. However, students failing to have their balance cleared or at an appropriate level by the middle of the next academic term will have the "AW" become a permanent grade in all of their courses for the academic term in which they failed to meet their financial obligations.

Students that have failed to make any payments on their account balance by the middle of an academic term will be subject to immediate withdrawal.

Delinquent Accounts

When a student’s account is delinquent, no degree will be awarded (i.e. no participation in the Commencement ceremony) and no transcript of credits will be issued until settlement has been made. Students owing money from previous semesters will not be permitted to re-enroll until adequate arrangements are made through the Business Office.  Students who fail to make appropriate payment toward their payment plan may be administratively withdrawn at any time.

Charges

Charges for the 2020-2021 Academic Year

Tuition:

Main Campus:

 

     

Full-time (12-17 Credit Hours)

Fall/Spring

$6,000 Per Term

Part-time (1-11 Credit Hours)

Fall/Spring

   $400 Per Cr. Hour

Enrolled in 18+ Credit Hours

Fall/Spring

   $400 Per Cr. Hour

Tribal Colleges: (12-17 Cr. Hour)

 

 

Chartering Tribes

Fall/Spring/Summer

$250.00

Pawnee Nation

Fall/Spring/Summer

$ 174.00

 

Division of Online Teaching and Learning (DOTL) 8 week sessions:

DOTL (less than 9 Cr. Hour)

Fall/Spring/Summer

   $400 Per Cr. Hour

 

 

 

Other:

 

 

Community Audit

(1/7th of the hourly rate)

$58 Per Cr. Hour

Concurrent Enrollment for High School Students  

$400 Per Cr. Hour

 

 

General Fees:

 

 

Main Campus:

 

 

General Fee (full-time)

$1,350 Per Term

General Fee (part-time)

$550 Per Term

Tribal Colleges:

 

Pawnee, Osage

$200 Per Term

DOTL                                                           Fall or Spring Semester

$100 Per Term

 

 

 

 

Other General Fees:

 

Concurrent

$ 100 Per Term

 

Room and Board:

 

 

Private Room

 

$2,300 Per Term

Multi-Occupancy

 

$1,800 Per Term

Meal Plan - 19 Meals per week

 

$2,500 Per Term

 

 

 

Other Fees:

 

 

Fall and Spring Semesters:

 

 

Admissions Application Fee

         $0

 

International Student Deposit

$12,575

Per Student

No Show Fee (Off-Campus)

  $1,000

Per Occurrence

No Show Fee (On-Campus)

  $2,000

Per Occurrence

Processing Fee (CLEP, APP, Challenge or PEP Credits)

         $0

Per Cr. Hour

Graduation Application Fee

       $75

Non-Refundable

Official Transcript Fee – Current Students (first 5 copies)

    $0 (+5 = $5ea)

Per Copy academic yr.

Official Transcript Fee – Former Students w/ $0 balance

         $5

Per Copy

Course by Special Arrangement or Directed Study

     $825

Per Course

Book Shipping & Handling (based on actual order)

   

S&H Fee

 

SUMMER:

 

 

 

Tuition Main Campus

     $338

Per Cr. Hour

 

General Fee - 8 Week Main Campus

     $200

Per 8 Wk Session

 

 

 

 

 

Multi-Occupancy Room

     $580

Per 8 Wk Session

 

Private Room

     $770

Per 8 Wk Session

 

No Show Fee (Summer)

     $550

Per Occurrence

 

Application Fee (New Student)

         $0

Per Occurrence

 

Processing Fee (CLEP, APP, Challenge or PEP Credits)

         $0

Per Cr Hour

 

Classes by Special Arrangements or Directed Study

     $825

Per Course

 

 

 

 

 

Individual Course Charges 2020-2021

 

 

 

 

Course

Description

Trans Doc

Amount

 

ESE 3114

Exercise Physiology I

Course Fee

$25.00

 

ELE 4115

Mentor Teacher Charge

Course Fee

$150.00

 

ELE 4125

Mentor Teacher Charge

Course Fee

$150.00

 

ESE 3403

Prevention and Care of Injuries Charge

Course Fee

$25.00

 

ESE 3124

Exercise Physiology II

Course Fee

$35.00

 

ESE 4113

Administration of Exercise Prescription

Course Fee

$50.00

 

ESE 4123

Fitness Assessment and Exercise Prescription

Course Fee

$50.00

 

ESE 4996

Internship in Exercise Science

Course Fee

$35.00

 

MIN 4933

NCCA Conference

Course Fee

$0

 

MIN 2449

Internship

Course Fee

$625.00

 

MIN 4883

Profile and SACC Membership

Course Fee

$225.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

MIN 4893

Christian Counseling Certification II

Course Fee

$650.00

 

RAD 1114

Introduction to Imaging w/lab

Lab Supplies

$20.00

 

RAD 1223

Clinical I

Liability Insurance

$25.00

 

RAD 1223

Clinical I

Trajecsys Clinical Tracking System

$150.00

 

RAD 1223

Clinical I

Energized Lab

$40.00

 

RAD 1223

Clinical I

Film Badge Service

$60.00

 

RAD 1333

Clinical II

OSRT Convention (membership registration and hotel)

$160.00

 

RAD 2153

Clinical III

Liability Insurance

$25.00

 

RAD 2153

Clinical III

Energized Lab

$40.00

 

RAD 2153

Clinical III

Film Badge Service

$60.00

 

RAD 2203

General Registry Seminar

HESI: Exit Exams (3 exams)

$180.00

 

RAD 2305

Radiography Seminar

Corectec: Registry Review

$80.00

 

RAD 2363

Clinical V

Pinning: Pins

$70.00

 

RAD 2363

Clinical V

OSRT Convention (membership registration and hotel)

$160.00

 

RAD 2413

Career Skills

ASRT Membership

$35.00

 

 

 

 

 

(*Cost subject to change based on dining service provider contract renewal for 2020-2021)

 

 

Refunds

Tuition Refunds

A student must officially withdraw in order to receive a Tuition or Room/Board refund. To officially withdraw from all courses students must go online to www.bacone.edu and complete the withdrawal process electronically.  If students have any questions with the electronic withdrawal process they are encouraged to contact Bacone College toll free at 888.682.5514 for assistance.

If completed within the proper time frame refunds will be as shown below:

Tuition Refunds

 

Fall or Spring Semesters:

 

Withdrawal Before Classes Begin

100%

Withdrawal During the First Week of Semester

  75%

Withdrawal During Second Week of the Semester

  50 %

 

Summer Eight-Week Session:

 

Withdrawal Before Classes Begin

100%

Withdrawal During the First Week of Semester

  50%

Withdrawal During Second Week of the Semester

  25 %

Withdrawal After Second Week

No Refund

 

 

 

Room and Board Refunds

 

Fall and Spring Semesters:

 

Withdrawal Before Classes Begin

100%

Withdrawal During the First Week of Classes

  90%

Withdrawal During Second and Third Weeks of Classes

  75 %

Withdrawal During Fourth and Fifth Weeks of Classes

  50 %

Withdrawal During Sixth and Seventh Weeks of Classes

  25 %

Withdrawal After the Seventh Week of Classes

No Refund

 

 

 

Summer Eight-Week Session:

 

Withdrawal Before Classes Begin

100%

Withdrawal During the First Week of Classes

  50%

Withdrawal During the Second Week of Classes

  25 %

Withdrawal After Second Week of Classes

No Refund

 

 

 

Cost of Books and Supplies

The cost of books and supplies varies between programs. Students are encouraged to work with financial aid and ensure that they have budgeted wisely for the academic year.

Computer Requirement

By the end of the first semester at Bacone College, each student is required to have a computer appropriate for accessing course material, conducting research, completing assignments, and communicating with peers and instructors. As a minimum, computers need to be capable of accessing the internet (wireless), creating lengthy word processing documents, and watching class-related videos. Some degree programs such as Media Arts and Computer Information Systems may have very specific computing requirements. Students can check with advisors to verify computing needs.

A DVD/CD-ROM drive may be needed to install software in select courses. A web camera, speakers, and/or microphone may be necessary for select courses.