State Fees for In-state Institutions
State Fees for In-state Institutions
State | State Fee Established |
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Alabama |
$2,000 for institutions with fewer than 2,500 FTE students $4,000 for institutions with between 2,500 – 9,999 FTE students $6,000 for institutions with 10,000 or more FTE students |
Alaska |
$0 |
Arizona |
$2,500/year for institutions with fewer than 10,000 FTE student enrollments |
Arkansas |
$0 |
Colorado |
$0 |
Connecticut |
Based on most recent IPEDS FTE, are as follows: |
Delaware |
$0 |
District of Columbia |
$3,000 for institutions with fewer than 2,500 FTE students |
Florida |
$1,500 for institutions with fewer than 2,500 students $3,000 for institutions with between 2,500 and 9,999 students $4,500 for institutions with10,000 or more students |
Georgia |
$1,000 for institutions with fewer than 2,500 FTE students |
Hawai'i |
$1,000 annually per institution application processed |
Idaho |
$1,500 |
Illinois |
No fee for community colleges $1,750/year for all the other institutions |
Indiana |
$0 |
Iowa |
$2,000/year for institutions with fewer than 2,500 FTE students $4,000/year for institutions with between 2,500-9,999 FTE students $6,000/year for institutions with 10,000 or more FTE students Iowa state fees are due annually on or before July 15 |
Kansas |
$0 |
Kentucky |
$3,000 for institutions with fewer than 2,500 FTE students |
Louisiana |
$1,500 |
Maine |
$0 |
Maryland |
$2,000 for institutions with fewer than 2,500 FTE students $4.000 for institutions with between 2,500 – 9,999 FTE students $6,000 for institutions with 10,000 or more FTE students |
Massachusetts |
$3,000 for institutions with fewer than 2,500 FTE students $6,000 for institutions with between 2,500 – 9,999 FTE students $9,000 for institutions with between 10,000 – 19,999 FTE students $12,000 for institutions with 20,000 or more FTE students |
Michigan |
$2,000 initial application fee, and then an addition $2,000 annual fee; thus, the first time a school applies, the total cost to a school will be $4,000, then $2,000/year after that. |
Minnesota |
$0 |
Mississippi |
$500/year for institutions with fewer than 2,500 FTE students $1,000/year for institutions with between 2,500 – 9,999 FTE students $1,500/year for institutions with 10,000 or more FTE students |
Missouri |
$500 |
Montana |
$0 |
Nebraska |
$300 |
Nevada |
$0 |
New Hampshire |
$2,500 for institutions with fewer than 2,500 out-of-state online headcount |
New Jersey |
Pro-rata fee |
New Mexico |
$1,000 application fee |
New York |
$5,000 for institutions with fewer than 2,500 FTE students |
North Carolina |
$2,000 for institutions with fewer than 2,500 FTE students |
North Dakota |
$0 |
Ohio |
$2,000 for institutions with fewer than 2,500 FTE students |
Oklahoma |
$0 |
Oregon |
$3,000/biennial for institutions with fewer than 2,500 FTE students |
Pennsylvania |
$0 |
Puerto Rico |
$2,000 for institutions with fewer than 2,500 FTE students $4,000 for institutions with between 2,500 – 9,999 FTE students $6,000 for institutions with 10,000 or more FTE students |
Rhode Island |
INITIAL FEES $3,500 for institutions with fewer than 2,500 FTE students
RENEWAL FEES $1,500 for institutions with fewer than 2,500 FTE students $4,000 for institutions with between 2,501 and 9,999 FTE students $6,000 for institutions with 10,000 or more FTE students |
South Carolina |
$2,000 for institutions with fewer than 2,500 FTE students |
South Dakota |
$4,000 |
Tennessee |
$2,000 for institutions with fewer than 2,500 FTE students $4,000 for institutions with between 2,500 – 9,999 FTE students $6,000 for institutions with 10,000 or more FTE students |
Texas |
$0 |
U.S. Virgin Islands |
$0 |
Utah |
$2,000 for institutions with fewer than 2,500 FTE students $4,000 for institutions with between 2,500 – 9,999 FTE students $6,000 for institutions with 10,000 or more FTE students |
Vermont |
$0 |
Virginia |
$1,000 for institutions with fewer than 2,500 FTE students |
Washington |
$1,250 "expense recovery charge" |
West Virginia |
$500 |
Wisconsin |
$0 |
Wyoming |
$0 |
Chart will be updated as states establish fees or modify existing fees.
SARA does not mandate how states establish their in-state fee structures for SARA-related work. States may use any fee structure that is rationally related to the state's actual or projected workload.