Cost of Attendance for 2023-2024
The Cost of Attendance (COA) provides an estimate of educational expenses, establishes financial need in relation to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and sets the limit for the maximum amount of financial aid that can be received. The COA represents the sum of estimated directly billed charges and allowances for indirect educational expenses.
- Directly billed charges include: tuition, fees, housing and food if on campus.
- Indirect educational allowances include: books, course materials, supplies, and equipment, transportation costs, miscellaneous personal expenses, and living expenses for students not in University housing.
The COA is the maximum total of all forms of financial aid (including educational loans) that may be used for the fall and spring semesters.
|Item||On-Campus-FR/SO||On-Campus-JR/SR/GR||Off-Campus||Commuter with Family|
|Full-time Undergraduate Tuition (12-18 Hours)||$41,400||$41,400||$41,400||$41,400|
|Living Expenses (Housing and Food)||$14,270||$15,494||$13,438||$2,480|
|Books, course materials, supplies, and equipment||$1,200||$1,200||$1,200||$1,200|
|Federal DL origination fee||$70||$70||$70||$70|
|Living, personal, miscellaneous||$1,190||$1,190||$1,190||$1,190|
|COST OF ATTENDANCE BUDGETS||$60,286||$61,510||$60,664||$49,706|
Music majors: Add $1,840 to the appropriate COA Budget above.
The annual COA will be increased by $750 for students who have a Parent PLUS Loan borrower.
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