Tuition and Fees

While we’re proud to offer one of the highest-quality, hands-on healthcare educations in our region, there’s a lot to consider when choosing a college. Here’s what you need to know about our tuition and fees.

Billing and Payment

Our office no longer mails paper statements. Students will need to check their Self-Service Accounts to for their most up-to- date account information.

Each student will receive an invoice each semester or summer session. All charges are due on the date stated on the invoice. All tuition, fees and residence hall charges must be paid prior to class attendance.

Students receiving financial aid must pay any balance that exceeds their anticipated financial aid award. Late financial aid applicants are required to pay tuition and fees upon registration.

Refunds, which are processed after the last day to add/drop courses, will be mailed unless otherwise requested by the student.

Payments

Payment acceptable via cash, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express, check or money orders payable to Radford University Carilion.  

Payment Plan Option

An internal tuition payment plan (FLEX) is available to Radford University Carilion students, allowing interest-free financing over a three month period.  Please contact the Bursar's office to enroll in the FLEX plan.

Tax Credit Eligibility

A 1098-T will be mailed to students in January. The 1098-T informs the student of the possibility of a tax credit. The amount of eligible charges, along with scholarships and grants are provided on each 1098-T. It is the student's responsibility to determine eligibility for the tax credit. For more information on 1098-T forms, visit IRS.gov.

Tuition Refund Policy

Sometimes a need arises where a student needs to withdraw from a class. To calculate a refund, a statutory schedule based upon the percentage of the semester completed before the withdrawal date is used to determine the amount of the tuition and fees that will be refunded. If a student withdraws after 60 percent of the semester has passed, no refund will be given.

The percentage of semester completed is calculated using the total number of calendar days in the semester divided into the number of calendar days completed in that semester, as of the day the student withdraws.

Students are encouraged to have their refunds automatically deposited into their personal checking through the direct deposit program. Students must complete a direct deposit form and supply avoided check to the Bursar office. In the absence of this information, a refund check which will be mailed to the address on file.