Tuition for the Department of Statistics is determined by the Resident Unit (RU). A student registers for RU along with registering for classes in SSOL.  Resident Unit (RU), not the quantity of individual classes, will determine the tuition charge. For information about tuition, fees and other expenses, see the Cost of Attendance webpage maintained by Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS). 

Registration for RU is the same process as registering for classes and must occur every semester. Each has an affiliated Call Number per each Registration Category listed below:

Statistics On-campus RU Categories Call Number
Full Residence Unit (1 RU) Up to 20 credits maximum 99991
Extended Residence (ER) After completing two Residence Units 77771
Half (1/2) Residence Unit (HR) Three or fewer courses 99992
Quarter (1/4) Residence Unit (QR) Two or fewer courses 99993

Tuition and Residence Units for International Students

International students on an F-1 visa have a maximum of three semesters to complete their degree:   

  • Semester 1 – 1 RU
  • Semester 2 – 1 RU
  • Summer Option – ER (unless courses do not count for graduation)
  • Semester 3 – ER (Extended Residence)

Since international students must register for a full RU or ER, they can choose how many courses to take during any semester (even fewer than three or four courses) as long as they complete all their requirements by three semesters.  International students are encouraged to see their ISSO adviser for any additional information.   

Paying Your Student Account

Payment is due before the end of Change of Program period.  For more information about when and how to pay your bills, please view Bills & Payments Basics.  For your amount due and to view the current student account balance please visit:  Student Services Online (SSOL). For more comprehensive information about billing and payments or to learn about payment plans, please visit: Student Financial Services: Paying your Student Account. Quick links for Tuition and Fees in Graduate School of Arts and Sciences: