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Direct Costs

Undergraduate Direct Costs

For the 2021-2022 academic year

Tuition = $43,326

Based on 12-18 hours of enrollment for fall and spring semesters

Fees = $3,276

Room = $7,190
Represents typical freshman hall cost. Residence hall, double room, Irving.

Board = $6,282
For the all-access 7 Plus meal plan, including tax

Total Fall and Spring Estimated Direct Costs = $60,074

The direct costs listed above do not include travel expenses, books, health insurance, yearbook, or miscellaneous personal expenses.  There may be additional fees dependent on course of study. 


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