Cost of Attendance
Annual Costs of Attendance:
The College is required by the federal government to derive Cost of Attendance budgets for several categories of students. The budgets, used in calculating eligibility for federal aid, include direct costs such as tuition, fees and books as well as indirect costs like room, board, transportation, and personal expenses. These budgets represent costs for an academic year, or two semesters, for an average student. Two common full-time budgets are shown below. Cost of Attendance budgets for part-time students are prorated. See the Financial Aid Office for current year budgets or more information.
2011/12 Cost of Attendance Budgets: Full-time New York State Resident
Living at Home
|Books and Supplies||$1,200
|Room and Board||$3,240
*A tuition increase was approved by the Board of Trustees in May 2011. Full-time tuition for 2011/12 is $3,815. The Financial Aid Office can update a student's cost of attendance on a student-by-student basis, if the need exists. See Financial Aid for more information.
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