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Tuition and Fees

Tuition and Fees

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The State University of New York remains committed to providing students with the best education possible at an affordable cost. In addition, financial assistance is available to help you meet these costs.

2013-14 Typical Expenses for Undergraduate Students at a SUNY College

 

State-Operated Campuses Baccalaureate Degree Programs
 New York State ResidentsOut-of-State Residents 2
Living on CampusCommuterLiving on Campus
Tuition $5,870 $5,870 $15,320 3
Student Fees 1 $1,350 $1,350 $1,350  
Room and Board $11,770 $3,860 $11,770  
Books and Supplies $1,270 $1,270 $1,270  
Personal Expenses $1,450 $1,520 $1,450  
Transportation $990 $1,770 $990  
TOTAL COST $22,700 $15,640 $32,150  

 

Community Colleges Associate Degree Programs
 In-State/In-District 4Out-of-State Residents 2
Living on CampusCommuterLiving on Campus
Tuition $3,960  $3,960  $8,220      
Student Fees 1 $550  $550  $550      
Room and Board $9,730  $3,770  $9,730      
Books and Supplies $1,310  $1,310  $1,310      
Personal Expenses $1,110  $1,160  $1,110      
Transportation $1,280  $1,660  $1,280      
TOTAL COST $17,940  $12,410  $22,200     

1 This figure represents the average fee. Typically fees at the State-operated campuses range from $1,054 to $2,555.

2 More information about residency status.

3 Tuition rate for non-New York residents enrolled in a bachelor's degree program at University at Buffalo and Stony Brook University is $17,810 and is $16,190 at University at Albany and Binghamton University.

4 Community colleges generally double their in-state tuition for non-residents.

State-operated campuses include University Centers, University Colleges and Technology Colleges.

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