Students are responsible for all tuition and comprehensive fee costs for practicum during the summers before their second and third years in the program. Students holding assistantships the previous academic year are eligible for in-state tuition for the summer. Tuition rates are available through the Bursar’s Office. Please note that, in most cases, students will receive financial assistance from the Department of Human Development and Family Science, to cover the cost of summer tuition and comprehensive fees.

In previous years, students in the MFT program area have received an exemption to the minimum enrollment requirement for summer sessions, which allows them to enroll for one credit (instead of the required three credits). It should be noted that this exception is requested by the department on an annual basis and is NOT guaranteed. Students will be informed in a timely manner as to what arrangements have been made for a given summer.