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 Minnesota State CollegeSoutheast has established the following fee structure for students. Fees may change and others may apply. Please contact Admissions for more information.

Purpose   Fee Per Term Max 
Application fee (one-time fee, no refund) $20.00 $20.00
Advanced standing examination fee (per credit) $40.00 -
Senior citizen administration fee (per credit) $15.00 -
Minnesota Student Association fee (per credit) $0.31 -
Technology fee (per credit) $10.00 -
Student Accident Insurance fee (per credit) $0.25 -
On-line Tuition Differential (per credit) $25.00 -
Parking-Access fee (per credit)* $1.50 $24.00
Student Life/Activity fee (per credit) $1.85 -
Student Health Services fee (per credit) (Winona) $3.30 $39.60
Student Health Services fee (per credit) (Red Wing)  $3.50 $42.00
Wellness Center fee (per credit) (Winona) $5.03 $60.36
Student Liability Insurance fee
(Cosmetology, Massage and Nursing students)
Varies -
Personal property or service fee.
(This fee shall be for services or for items that become the personal property of a student and have an educational or personal value beyond the classroom.)
Varies -

All fees shall be identified and communicated to students in a timely manner.

* State statute requires a parking user fee to support the cost of facility maintenance and renewal. This includes the use of motorcycles. Parking will be enforced from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., Monday through Friday. No fees are currently charged for summer term. This is subject to change. Customized Education Services/Continuing Education: Those taking hourly courses/workshops will be charged $2.00 per class. A detailed parking policy is available from the student services office. 

Minnesota Senior Citizens Fee vs. Tuition

Minnesota senior citizens may register during the drop/add period the day following the first day of class.  See Registrar's Calendar for dates.

 Type of Course Senior Fee/Tuition
Courses taken for credit on a space available basis (open to general public) Senior Fee
Courses audited but offered for credit No charge
Noncredit courses (open to general public) No charge
Noncredit courses designed and offered specifically and exclusively to senior citizens Tuition
Courses designed and offered as closed enrollment Tuition