Cost of Attendance

The following chart provides an example of estimated expenses based on a 15-credit year; actual cost may vary. A student taking 15 credits in one year usually takes two courses in the fall (6 credits), two courses in the spring (6 credits), and one course in the summer (3 credits). The total amount of a student’s financial aid cannot exceed the total cost-of-attendance budget.

For more information on eligibility, please see our tuition and financial aid resources.

Direct Expenses (Tuition and Fees) + Indirect Expenses (Books and Supplies) = Cost of Attendance.

One-year tuition estimate (15 credits)
Graduate loan fee
Total Tuition Expenses
Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan*
Surplus from Loan
Health insurance
Total Living Expenses
Federal Direct Graduate PLUS Loan Estimate
Students can apply for the Direct Graduate PLUS Loan in addition to the Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan to cover additional expenses up to the Cost of Attendance budget.
$23,557 ($24,068 less $511 surplus)

*In order to be eligible for federal loan funding, students must be enrolled in at least 4.5 credit hours in the fall and spring semesters and 1.5 credit hours in the summer semester.arrow_upwardReturn to footnote reference