Tuition and Fees
- 500 and 700 level courses (held on campus): $804 per semester hour
- 600 level courses (held off campus): $704 per semester hour
The graduate school's tuition and fees are determined annually during the spring semester. Students should anticipate that costs may increase.
Section and Course Fees
Individual sections or courses may have associated fees. Check to see if your section has a fee by viewing your section using WebAdvisor. Course and section fees will be reversed if the section is dropped before or on the first day of class. After the first day of class, course and section fees are nonrefundable and will not be prorated.
Late Add/Drop Fee
After the Add/Drop Period (ADP), students wishing to change their class registration must complete a Late Add/Drop form and pay a late fee.
Please see the grid below for details:
Access Webadvisor at http://graduate.lclark.edu/offices/registrar/online_services
A nonrefundable deposit of $200 is required from students who intend to enroll in programs in the Counseling Psychology, Educational Leadership, or Teacher Education departments at Lewis & Clark's Graduate School of Education and Counseling. This deposit will be applied against the first semester charges on the student's account.
Students participating in the Graduate School's international courses must pay a nonrefundable deposit at the time of registration. The faculty sponsor of each course can provide additional details about the international course deposit requirement.
The following fees apply only to graduate students:
- Application to graduate study: $50. (This fee is waived for alumni of the graduate school.)
- K-12 Career and Licensing: For Lewis & Clark graduates with a placement file established prior to January 1, 2003: The first 10 mailings are included in the set-up fee; additional mailings are $5 per file for files sent within the United States.
Some graduate programs may charge additional fees for fieldwork, materials, or practica.
The Oregon Teacher Standards and Practices Commission (TSPC) charges a separate fee for teachers, administrators, school counselors, and school psychologists applying for new licenses and endorsements and renewal of current licenses. The Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors and Therapists (LPCT) also charges a separate fee for new licenses.