|2012-2013 Estimated Cost of Attendance|
The cost of attendance for a student is an estimate of reasonable educational expenses a student should anticipate for the enrollment period. A student’s cost of attendance generally is the sum of tuition, mandatory student fees, books, supplies, room and board, and student loan fees. Students with dependents other than a spouse may include reasonable childcare expenses. Students with disabilities may also include expenses related to that disability.
Below, you will find the estimated cost of attendance for full-time undergraduate and graduate students.
Undergraduate Students - Estimated Cost of Attendance for 2012-2013 Award Year, Full-time (12 units)
Graduate Students - Estimated Cost of Attendance for 2012-2013 Award Year, Full-time (9 units)
A student cannot receive more than the Cost of Attendance from any combination of federal, state, institutional, or private funding source.
Each student award letter includes that cost of attendance that was used to determine award eligibility. Should you have questions regarding how your own cost of attendance was calculated, please contact the Financial Aid Office.
The costs are subject to change without notice.