Student expenses will vary from student to student. Our estimated figures are based on student surveys and updates from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. These figures are here to give you an idea of what to expect when attending college and whether you are living within the cost levels of other students.
Add your program’s tuition and fees to the living expenses listed below to determine your Cost of Attendance (COA).
Please add the following to your program costs
|Additional Student Expenses
||Living with Parents/Relatives
|Room (On-campus housing charges will vary)
|Books and Supplies
|Health Insurance Fee*
|Health Services Fee*
* Graduate students can choose to waive both the Health Insurance and Health Services fees. Undergraduate students can opt to waive the Health Insurance Fee but must pay the Health Services fee.
**The costs above are only to be used for planning purposes. Students will be responsible for only the charges listed on their Student Accounts invoice.**
**International students please note that the above Estimated Cost of Attendance is based on a nine-month academic year and is not the same as the estimated costs used for the U.S. Visa application. Please refer to the information in your Admission's letter for information on the Visa application process.**
- Please note that the Cost of Attendance figures here are for financial aid purposes. International Students should contact International Student Services for information on costs associated with the Visa process.
- Please take this brief survey to assist us in creating Cost of Attendance budgets, which reflect our students’ actual living expenses. Thank you for your participation.