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Estimated Annual Student Expenses for Students Who Entered Prior to Fall 2004

Every year, Financial Aid offices and the Controller's Office estimate expenses for full-time students attending school during both fall and spring semesters. Actual expenditures will vary per student, of course, but these amounts are used to calculate financial aid awards for the 2004-05 academic year.

Full-Time Expenses Undergrad
(24-36 cr)
Graduate
(18 cr)
Doctoral
(18 cr)
JD Law
(24-32 cr)
Tuition $24,860 $15,750 $16,020 $29,900
Fees 204 136 136 126
Room/Board 11,260 8,334 8,334 10,542
Books/Supplies 1,260 1,260 1,260 867
Transportation 612 990 990 2,550
Personal Expenses 1,814 2,212 2,212 2,895
Total, without loan fees $40,010 $28,682 $28,952 $46,880
 
Loan Fees (if applicable)
Stafford Loan Fees 120 120 120 120
Plus Loan Fees 520
Total, with loan fees $40,650 $28,808 $29,072 $47,000
 
Part-Time Tuition
Per Credit $860 $875 $890 $1,035


Room and board costs will vary considerably depending on a student's living arrangement and lifestyle. The undergraduate figure covers the most common on-campus residence hall plan. Most graduate, doctoral, and law students live off campus, so the figures for those students represent the cost of sharing an apartment. Transportation and personal expenses also reflect the costs of living off campus for graduate, doctoral, and law students.