- Activity Fee
- Co-Curricular Fee
- Graduation Continuation Studies Fee
- Graduation Fee
- New Student Fee
- New Visiting/Exchange Student Fee
- Student Health Fee
- Student Service Fee
- UPass Fee
- Deferment Plan Fee
- Late Fee
- Late Registration Fee
- Payment Plan Fee
- Returned Check Fee
- UMII Scholarship Fee (opt-in)
The student activity fee is a mandatory fee that assists programs directly related to campus activities in conjunction with student organizations. The use and allocation of this fee is handled directly by students via the Finance Board, with accountability to the Student Government Association. This fee supports student organizations' operational, programming, and conference budgets as well as large-scale campus events.
The Co-curricular Fee is a mandatory fee assessed to all IIT Stuart students in the fall and spring semesters. The fee supports co-curricular programs that enhance students' academic experience and increase their career readiness.
All graduate students must register for a course during the semester of graduation. This is advised throughout the graduate degree program, when the application for graduation is submitted online, and again when the degree audit results are provided to the student by email. Failure by the student to complete this requirement results in administrative registration and the automatic charge of the graduate continuing student course fee before the degree is conferred. The course fee will not be waived. The policy regarding registration in the semester of graduation is published in each Graduate Bulletin: http://bulletin.iit.edu/graduate/academic-policies-procedures/registration/. If you have questions about this fee, you can reach out to the Graduate College directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 312-567-3024.
The mandatory graduation fee is intended to cover all administrative costs associated with the application, checkout, posting, and degree reporting processes. This fee is administered by the Undergraduate and Graduate Academic Affairs offices. Students who submit an application for graduation late will be assessed a late graduation fee.
The first-year student fee is a mandatory one-time fee assessed to all new students. The fee covers the new-student orientation program provided at the beginning of each semester and funds first-year student programs.
The new visiting/exchange student fee is a one-time fee assessed to all new visiting/exchange students. The mandatory fee covers the new visiting/exchange cultural enrichment program, academic advising for visiting/exchange students, and collaborative technology.
Health insurance is assessed to all domestic students enrolled in at least one billable hour and have not provided adequate proof of insurance information to Student Health Services by the waiver deadline. Health insurance is mandatory for all international students on an F1 or J1 visa for every term the student is enrolled in at least one billable hour. Information about this fee can be found on the student health and wellness website: Student Health Services website.
The student service fee is a mandatory fee that supports many on-campus departments such as Athletics, Paul V. Galvin Library, Student Access and Diversity, and Technology Services.
The UPass fee is a mandatory fee assessed to all full-time students. The fee covers the cost charged to the university by the CTA for unlimited student access to buses and trains in Chicago for the entire semester.
All full-time Mies Campus undergraduate students (registered for 12 or more academic credits) and full-time graduate students (registered for 9 or more academic credits) will automatically be charged the U-Pass fee. This includes students at Rice Campus, Moffett Campus, and distance learning students.
Students that are registered for a co-op or internship, or who are a teaching assistant and/or research assistant, are not eligible to receive a U-Pass unless they are carrying a full-time academic courseload.
A deferment plan fee is assessed to any student that chooses to enroll in the tuition deferment program offered by IIT during the open registration dates.
Late fees are assessed to delinquent student accounts at a rate of 2% per month. Students who enroll in a payment plan and make their payments after the due date are assessed a monthly late fee.
Students should register at their earliest opportunity. Those who register late may be required to pay a late registration fee to do so. Information about registration periods including late registration can be found in the Course Schedule.
A payment plan fee is assessed to any student that chooses to enroll in a formal payment plan offered by IIT during the open registration dates.
Each time a check or electronic check is returned as unpayable by the bank for insufficient funds, invalid routing and/or account information, stop payment, or any other reason, the payee is assessed a returned check fee.
The United Minds Inspiring Innovation (UMII) scholarship fee supports an application-based scholarship for undergraduate undocumented students who are ineligible for federal financial aid (FAFSA). This opt-in scholarship fee was passed through an SGA referendum proposed to undergraduate students in the spring 2016 elections. If you wish to donate more to this initiative, please visit the UMII Scholarship donation website at: https://alumni.iit.edu/umii-scholarship. This fee is presented through Manage My Account every time any student/authorized user makes a payment. All donations are tax-deductible.