Cost of Attendance

2019-2020 Cost of Attendance 

1) The Cost of Attendance values shown are based on assumed traditional, full-time enrollment. Amounts may be prorated based on a student’s actual enrollment after add/drop. 

2) Transportation allowances will vary regionally.

3) Once you receive your financial aid award notification, please check your CaneLink in the “View Financial Aid” section to see your actual Cost of Attendance.

4) The Bachelor of General Studies and the Accelerated Bachelor of Science of Nursing program tuition and fee costs may differ.  Please refer to the academic department for more information.

Expenses Undergraduate On Campus

Undergraduate Off-Campus or University Village

With Parent/Relative  
Tuition (1)  $50,400 $50,400 $50,400
Fees $1,530 $1,530 $1,530
Housing and Meals $14,658 $18,238 $6,020
Books $1,000 $1,000 $1,000
Personal $2,160 $2,160 $2,160
Transportation (2) $1,158 $1,158 $1,158
Total Cost of Attendance: $70,906 $74,486 $62,268

University-Sponsored Health Insurance 

Students enrolled in six or more credit hours per semester are required to obtain adequate health insurance. U.S. citizens can waive the University-sponsored insurance.

Expense Undergraduate On Campus

Undergraduate Off-Campus or University Village

With Parent/Relative  
University Health Insurance  $3,556 $3,556 $3,556
Total Cost of Attendance with Insurance: $74,462 $78,042 $65,824

Note: All international students are required to enroll in University-sponsored health insurance regardless of credit load.

 

Need Determination 

Your completed FAFSA and CSS Profile will be reviewed to determine your financial need. Financial need is the remaining balance once the estimated family contribution has been subtracted from the cost of attendance:

(COA – EFC = Financial Need)

Cost of Attendance (COA) 

COA includes direct billed charges such as tuition, fees, and room and board if the student is in on-campus housing or the University Village. COA also includes indirect-billed expenses a student may incur such as allowances for off-campus housing or living with parent/relative as well as additional allowances for books, supplies, transportation, and personal expenses.

Estimated Family Contribution (EFC)

A student’s family is expected to contribute to their education. A dependent student’s family includes parents and/or stepparents. Independent undergraduate students' families include the student and spouse, if applicable.