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2011-2012 Georgia Health Sciences University Catalog 
    
2011-2012 Georgia Health Sciences University Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

FAQ Tuition Facts


2010-2011 Tuition Facts

Undergraduate students who have attended schools in the University System of Georgia were previously reviewed for GTP tuition rates based on a specific set of qualifying factors.  Those who qualified for GTP (Guaranteed Tuition Plan), were guaranteed 12 consecutive terms at the guaranteed rate (not susceptible to annual increases) at undergraduate institutions.  If a student were to enter Georgia Health Sciences University in their Junior or Senior year, and had previously been qualified for a GTP rate, they were allowed 6 consecutive terms of guaranteed tuition at the approved GHSU guaranteed rate upon their entry. 

Undergraduate students who exceed the 6 consecutive terms will be charged at the current continuing rate for any subsequent terms of attendance.

Undergraduate students entering GHSU who are not qualified for the GTP rate, will be charged the continuing rate.  This rate is valid for fall, spring, and summer terms of the current academic year.  This continuing rate is susceptible to increases annually each fall, at the discretion of the institution and approved by the Board of Regents.
Undergraduate Students who are NEW in fall 2009 will pay for any credit hours for which they are registered up to 15 credit hours. 
Students who were enrolled at GHSU in terms preceding fall 2009 will pay for any credit hours for which they are registered in fall 2009, spring 2010, or summer 2010, up to 12 credit hours.  This is in effect for AY 09-10.
Graduate students who are either new or continuing in fall of 2009 will pay for any credit hours for which they are registered up to 12 credit hours.  Please see the tuition and fees guide for your program’s tuition rate located at : (http://www.georgiahealth.edu/students/Tuition_and_fees/index.htm)
Professional students who are either new or continuing in fall of 2009 will pay for any credit hours for which they are registered up to 12 credit hours.  Please see the tuition and fees guide for your program’s tuition rate located at: (http://www.georgiahealth.edu/students/Tuition_and_fees/index.htm)