A-to-Z Index

Cost of Attendance
Undergraduate

2015-2016 Annual Costs

In State

(full-time undergraduate)

Out of State

(full-time undergraduate)

  Tuition

$10,284

$25,482

  Room

$4,648

$4,648

  Board

$4,370

$4,370

  Books

$976

$976

  Travel

$1,860

$1,860

  Personal

$2,292

$2,292

  Loan Fees

$70

$70

  Totals

$24,500

$39,698

 

2014-2015 Annual Costs

In State

(full-time undergraduate)

Out of State

(full-time undergraduate)

  Tuition

$9,852

$24,768

  Room

$4,564

$4,564

  Board

$4,264

$4,264

  Books

$976

$976

  Travel

$1,816

$1,816

  Personal

$2,292

$2,292

  Loan Fees

$70

$70

  Totals

$23,834

$38,750

 

The figures provided in this Cost of Attendance are used solely for the purposes of determining financial aid eligibility and are NOT a reflection of a student’s bill.
  • Students may incur additional charges for taking certain courses. These may be in the form of College of Business Differential Tuition Fees for certain College of Business courses, Nursing Differential Tuition for certain Nursing courses, and/or other miscellaneous course fees. For this reason, the Tuition figure used in the 2015-16 Cost of Attendance is a calculated average for undergraduate students. The figure includes the basic full-time rate and an inflationary value based on the additional fees some students will incur. Because it's an average, it is very unlikely any student will have this exact Tuition charge on their bill, but this is the figure that will be used for the purposes of calculating financial aid eligibility.
  • The basic "block" academic year Tuition for full-time undergraduates is $10,066 for in-state students and $25,200 for out-of-state students. Enrolling in courses with additional fees will increase this cost. Students should contact the University Business Office for more details regarding their actual charges.
  • The Room, Board (i.e. food), Books, Travel, Personal, and Loan Fees figures are an estimate of what an average full-time undergraduate student will spend during the academic year. Students could spend more or less depending on their individual living situations and spending habits.