Student Affairs

Financial Aid

Cost of Attending

Below are estimated costs and sample award packages for 2014-2015 and 2015-2016 academic years.  Different costs of attendance exist for different types of students depending on living arrangements:

 

2015-16 Estimated Costs

Living with Parents Budget

Cost Description9 Months (3 Quarters)
Tuition and Fees 4,497
Books and Supplies 1,173
Room and Board 3,273
Transportation 1,422
Misc./Personal 1,665
Total Costs 12,030

Living Away from Home Budget

Cost Description9 Months (3 Quarters)
Tuition and Fees 4,497
Books and Supplies 1,173
Room and Board 9,786
Transportation 1,335
Misc./Personal 2,205
Total Costs 18,996

Sample Award Packages

#1

Don is 19 and lives with his mom whose prior year income for the family of two was $32,483. Don is not working and has no savings.
Costs 12,030 Grants 7,768
- EFC   1,672 Loans       0
Need 10,358 Work-Study 2,590

#2

Beth is married and has two children.  Her husband and she earned $50,747 last year. They have little savings.
Costs 18,996 Grants 9,408
- EFC     902 Loans 4,186
Need 18,094 Work-Study 4,500

#3

Lindsey is 26 and lives with her husband. Their income was $38,249 last year and they had no savings.
Costs 18,996 Grants 5,901
- EFC  7,647   Loans 5,448
Need 11,349 Work-Study      0

#4

Connie is a single parent with two teenage children. She earned $29,500 last year.
Costs 18,996 Grants 9,878
- EFC        0 Loans 4,618
Need 18,996 Work-Study 4,500

2014-15 Estimated Costs

Living with Parents Budget

Cost Description9 Months (3 Quarters)
Tuition and Fees 4,578
Books and Supplies 1,155
Room and Board 3,222
Transportation 1,401
Misc./Personal 1,638
Total Costs 11,994

Living Away from Home Budget

Cost Description9 Months (3 Quarters)
Tuition and Fees 4,578
Books and Supplies 1,155
Room and Board 9,633
Transportation 1,314
Misc./Personal 2,169
Total Costs 18,849

Sample Award Packages

#1

Don is 19 and lives with his mom whose prior year income for the family of two was $32,483. Don is not working and has no savings.
Costs 11,994 Grants 7,741
- EFC   1,672 Loans        0
Need 10,322 Work-Study 2,581

#2

Beth is married and has two children. She and her husband earned $50,747 last year. They have little savings.
Costs 18,849 Grants 8,973
- EFC      902 Loans 4,474
Need 17,947 Work-Study 4,500

#3

Lindsey is 26 and lives with her husband. Their income was $38,249 last year and they had no savings.
Costs 18,849 Grants 5,601
- EFC  7,647 Loans 5,601
Need 11,202 Work-Study        0

#4

Connie is a single parent with two teenage children. She earned $29,500 last year.
Costs 18,849 Grants 9,424
- EFC          0 Loans 4,925
Need 18,849 Work-Study 4,500