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Cost of Attendance

Graduate Cost of Attendance

Cost of Attendance (COA) is the estimated amount it will cost a student to attend college for a year, including tuition and fees; estimates for housing and food for the period of enrollment; books and supplies for education; travel costs directly related to attendance and child care expenses. Other expenses may be added at the discretion of a college's financial aid administrator.  

All budgets based on 6 credit per semester (though loan eligibility begins at 4.5 credits). Students can request to have his or her budget adjusted to account for greater than part-time enrollment (i.e. full-time, or 9 credits) by contacting the Financial Aid Office.

These are NOT lists of direct costs. Click here to see Tuition and Fees on the Student Account Services site.

Braniff Graduate School of Liberal Arts

Satish and Yasmin Gupta College of Business (MBA, MS, or DBA degrees)

Neuhoff School of Ministry (Graduate Students)

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