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Estimating your costs

You can estimate your costs by using the standard Cost of attendance (COA) budgets that are prepared by the University on programs selected for calculating financial aid awards, as required by federal regulations.

COA budgets are based on full-time enrollment for the academic year (fall and spring semesters) unless otherwise indicated. Costs will vary according to your residency and enrollment status. Your actual costs will also depend on your personal lifestyle choices, as well as your academic program and coursework.

If your program doesn't appear in a COA chart, you will find comprehensive tuition and fee information detailed on the One Stop Tuition rates and Fees web pages.

To better understand how expense categories and standards are determined, go to About cost estimates.

Your student profile

Select the criteria in the drop-down menus that match your profile to get an automated estimate for the academic year (fall/spring semesters).

Calculate Your Cost of Attendance

Your estimated costs


This is not a bill. This is only an estimate. Amounts are subject to change without notice. Actual expenses may vary due to your personal choices and your program major. It is necessary that you budget and manage your funds appropriately.