College Portrait – Cost Of Attendance

Costs of Attendance and Financial Aid

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Expenses (books, transportation, etc) $4500
Tuition (in-state) $4350
Required Fees $1696
Room & Board (on campus) $6477
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Graph of extimate annual undergraduate expenses

The cost to attend varies based on the individual circumstances of students and may be reduced through grants and scholarships.

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Financial Aid

Financial Aid Awarded to Undergraduates (Fall 2006)

Overall Financial Aid

  • 89% of Fall 2006 full-time undergraduates received financial aid of some type including need-based loans, work study, and non need-based scholarships.

Annual Need-Based Scholarships & Grants

  • 73% of Fall 2006 full-time undergraduates received need-based grants or scholarships; the average award of the year was $4000.

Annual Need-Based Loans

  • 73% of Fall 2006 full-time undergraduates received need-based work-study and/or loans (not including parent loans); the average loan for the year was $3150

Percent of Fall 2006 First-time Students Receiving Each Type of Financial Aid

State Grants 33%
Federal Grants 53%
Student Loans 69%
Institutional Aid/Scholarships 14%
Any Type of Financial Aid 78%

Graph of types of financial aids

NOTE: Students may receive aid from more than one source.


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