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Expenses and funding

After you have accepted your offer of admission, you must show proof of having financial resources immediately available to cover 12 months of expenses, based on the estimates outlined below. Remember that all fees may change without notice and that specific costs for each student will vary depending on the number of credits, housing options, etc.

Undergraduate students (12 credit units each fall and spring term)
Item(s) Fall 2018 Spring 2019 Summer 2019 Annual
Tuition and fees $11,009 $11,009 - * $22,018
Living expenses $6,556 $6,556 $2,500 $15,612
Health insurance $770 $1,061 - $1,831
Total $18,335 $18,626 $2,500 $39,461
Dependents for each dependent add $4,000

Graduate students (9 credit units each fall and spring term)
Item(s) Fall 2018 Spring 2019 Summer 2019 Annual
Tuition and fees $9,715 $9,715 - * $19,430
Living expenses $6,556 $6,556 $2,500 $15,612
Health insurance $770 $1,061 - $1,831
Total $17,041 $17,332 $2,500 $36,873
Dependents for each dependent add $4,000

*Some departments also assess additional course fees. Please see the Office of Cashiers website for additional fee information.

Additional fees for sponsored students: Fall and spring semesters, students are automatically charged $400, which may be billed to the sponsoring agency. Students enrolled in the summer semester will be charged a $200 sponsored-student administrative fee.