Tuition and Fees and Charges
Fees are approved by the Tennessee Board of Regents once a year (usually in June) and are updated on this website each July. You may ESTIMATE fees for subsequent years by adding 5-10% each year.
Tennessee State University reserves the right to increase the charges listed here-in or to add new fees whenever such increases or additions become necessary. The listing of any fee or incidental charge in no way constitutes a contract between the University and the student. As a condition of registration, each student must pay the appropriate fee(s) in effect at the time of registration. Fees assessed at the time of registration are subject to audit and correction at a later date. The Admissions Office determines a student's residency classification for fee-paying purposes. If a student is incorrectly classified he/she will be charged for additional fees owed or refunded fees overpaid. Bills Will Not Be Mailed. Access myTSU@ myTSU.tnstate.edu to view account balances. All monies should be sent to the Vice President for Business and Finance, Tennessee State University, 3500 John A. Merritt Boulevard, Nashville, TN 37209-1561 or paid at the Bursar's Office in the Administration Building unless otherwise specified. It is the policy of Tennessee State University to electronically convert and process all paper checks received via Point of Purchase, mail or drop box using the Automated Clearing House (ACH) Network, under the rules governed by the National Automated Clearinghouse Association (NACHA) and the Federal Reserve Bank. For more information on payment options, refer to "Financing Your TSU Education".
No student is allowed to register, obtain grades, diploma, degree or transcript until all accounts are paid. A student is not officially enrolled until all fees are paid or covered by appropriate third parties.
- Fee Deadlines:
- Undergraduate Out-Of-State Scholar Tuition Rate
- Scholar Tuition Rate Appeal Form
- Other Fees
- Testing Center Fees
- Explanation of Fees