College Costs

Student Accounts Tuition and Fee Calculator: 

The СӰԺ Student Accounts Office offers a Tuition and Fees Calculator to provide students with an estimate of direct charges. Direct charges include those costs directly charged by СӰԺ such as tuition and fees and room and meals for students living on campus.

Policies regarding changes in residency status are determined by the Office of the Registrar: /registrar/files/2016/04/FINAL_СӰԺ-Residency-2016.pdf

Out-of-State Tuition Scholarship/Waiver information may be found on the СӰԺ Student Accounts website at: /studentaccounts/fee-waivers/

Books and Supplies:

Although not a direct charge placed on the student’s bill, required books and supplies can be a significant expense. Nationwide, average books and supplies are $600 per full time semester. This cost may be reduced if you purchase used books or rent books.

If your financial aid is sufficient to pay your direct costs to СӰԺ (tuition/fees and on campus room/meals) and funds remain, you may charge your books at the СӰԺ Bookstore or receive funds to purchase them off campus prior to the start of the term. Please see the Student Accounts website for their policies relative to charging books.

СӰԺ College Cost and Budget Worksheet:

The СӰԺ College Cost and Budget Worksheet gives you an opportunity to create a budget for both direct and indirect college costs.

Financial Aid Net Price Calculator:

The СӰԺ’ was developed to help families of first year first time students plan for educational costs for the 2023-2024 academic year. Results are based on 2022-2023 Cost of Attendance figures currently being utilized and student aid eligibility requirements. The intent of this tool is to provide you with the best estimate of your expenses and financial aid possibilities, but your final aid award will depend on your actual 2023-2024 FAFSA results and your official academic information.

Based on the information you enter, the Net Price Calculator will return an estimate of typical expenses for a student like you to attend СӰԺ and an estimate of financial aid that you may be eligible to receive. The estimates will help you determine your “net cost” – your likely out-of-pocket expenses – to attend СӰԺ. Please contact the СӰԺ Financial Aid Office for more details.

College Financing Plan:

The College Financing Plan, formerly known as the Financial Aid Shopping Sheet, is a U.S. Department of Education comparison tool that participating colleges and universities use to provide prospective students an estimate of the cost of education and estimates of financial aid eligibility.

All admitted degree seeking, financial aid applicants have access to the College Financing Plan through their myСӰԺ self service portal.  We encourage you to use this information to compare estimated costs and aid eligibility at other schools being considered.


Federal Financial Aid Cost of Attendance:

A student’s Cost of Attendance (COA), also referred to as the student’s budget, is an estimated amount that it will cost to attend school. It is determined using rules established by federal and state laws. This number is used by the school to determine the maximum amount of financial aid (loans, grants, scholarships, fee-waivers, etc.) a student can receive for that award year. For more information see the Cost of Attendance page.

2022/2023 Cost of Attendance

2023/2024 Cost of Attendance