Estimated Cost of Attendance

The total Estimated Cost of Attendance is comprised of direct costs (tuition, fees, and health insurance, if required) and indirect costs (rent, food, transportation, supplies, and miscellaneous expenses). Estimated living expenses will vary widely, depending on your living arrangements. Factors such as having a roommate, living within close proximity of campus, using various modes of transportation, and establishing dining habits all impact the amount of living expenses you pay each year. Students should adjust the estimated figures to reflect individual expenses such as room and board, books and supplies, miscellaneous personal expenses, and transportation costs.

The University’s Office of the Bursar website details the annual estimated cost of attendance. There, you will also find detailed information regarding billing dates and payments, electronic billing, agency billing, tuition payment plans, and required fees.

A one-time, lifetime transcript fee of $75 is also assessed in full once (to new students) in the autumn quarter billing.

Please note: Health insurance coverage is mandatory for all students.