SRU is pleased to be able to offer a tuition reduction for eligible out-of-state undergraduate students. This tuition reduction results in a substantial savings. Eligible students pay 150% of in-state tuition cost which is reflected on their billing statement. Students who are ineligible for the tuition reduction at the time of admission can become eligible in subsequent academic years if they meet all eligibility requirements as detailed below.
Non-Resident Tution Reduction: All out-of-state undergraduate students who qualify are billed by the Office of Student Accounts at the appropriate non-resident tuition rate.
- New freshman must have a 3.0 high school GPA on their final, official high school transcript as received by the Office of Admissions.
- New transfer students with 12 or more credits earned must have a 3.0 cumulative GPA on all post-secondary coursework.
- Continuing SRU Students must have a 2.5 SRU cumulative GPA.
No separate application is required. Eligibility for continuing SRU Students is determined annually through the Office of Student Accounts based upon a student's academic record at SRU.
Eligibility for new freshmen, transfer, and readmitted students is determined by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
Initial eligibility is determined after the Spring Semester for the next academic year. Final eligibility is determined immediately prior to the start of the Fall Semester and will include any coursework taken in the Summer Term.
Click here to view the Non-Resident Undergraduate Discounted Rate 3.0 QPA or Higher Out-of-State Tuition.