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Cost information (full-time students) (2021/22) In-state Out-of-state
Average net cost (forecast for 2021/22)*
Average net cost for all US undergraduate programs (forecast 2021/22)

Annual average annual net cost by family income, In-state

Annual average annual net cost by family income, Out-state

Total average net cost of obtaining a degree by family income (through graduation in 2023 or 2025), In-state **

Total average net cost of obtaining a degree by family income (through graduation in 2023 or 2025), Out-state **

Assumes graduation in consecutive years without interruptions. Calculations include forecast cost changes across future years. These projections represent estimates and are not a commitment either by CTAS or the applicable colleges. If you believe any of the figures need to be corrected, please reach out to us at workingproject@collegetuitionadvisoryservices.com and we will work with you to resolve the issue.

If you are a part-time and/or commuter student, the information on credit hours below is more relevant.

Cost information for part-time and commuter students (2018/19) In-state Out-of-state
Cost per credit hour
Annual cost of enrolling assuming 18 credit hours (3 classes/semester)
Annual cost of enrolling assuming 24 credit hours (4 classes/semester)
How many students get price breaks on full tuition?
% of students receiving discounts from college (2018/19)
Avg dollar amount granted to entering students by institution for aid
% of students paying full stated cost (Cost of Attendance) before federal aid
Living Costs
Is On-campus housing available?
On campus Room & Board, annual cost (2018/19)
On-campus Room & Board - national avg annual cost, all US colleges (2018/19)
Undergraduate Enrollment (2019/20)
Full-time
Part-time
Total
Admissions (2019/20)
Applicants
% accepted
Accepted students
% of accepted who enrolled (yield)
Students in entering class
Blended SAT/ACT score, 25th percentile of enrollees (out of 100) SAT basis: maximum of 1600 (2018/19)**
* Net cost is a consumer-centric metric which shows costs as they are presented in commercial transactions outside of higher education. It represents a full-time student’s cost of attending college including: tuition, room & board, fees and estimates of supplies less institutional aid of all kinds (including need-based and merit), and less federal and state/local aid. Loans and other repayable amounts are excluded and do not reduce the cost. The net costs include estimated living expenses. Room and board charges are on-campus costs for residential colleges; for students attending non-residential institutions, the college's own estimate of such off-campus costs is mostly used. Total average net cost weights a college’s in- and out-of-state costs in proportion to the student body’s home state. Net cost differs from the Net Price figure self-reported by colleges because it is comprehensive and covers all students, including the approximately 40% not covered by Net Price calculations. ** This number represents the 25th percentile of enrolled students' SAT and ACT scores, using the College Board/ACT conformance method. If blank, the college is test optional or the information is unavailable. Back

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