Estimate the Net Price of Education.

The results the calculator provides are an estimate and do not represent a final award determination or final net price.

The calculator asks a series of questions to determine dependency status, estimated cost of attendance, and approximate expected family contribution. Based on the responses provided, the calculator estimates an average cost of attendance that other students, similar to you, paid in the given year.

The estimated financial aid is based on being a first-time, full-time degree- or certificate-seeking undergraduate student. This is a student attending a postsecondary school for the first time and enrolled for 12 or more credits each term.

As you compare colleges, keep in mind that the estimated financial aid includes Federal, State, and institutional aid; it does not take into account any third-party funding, private grants, scholarships, or loan aid that may be available to students.

You can access the Net Price Calculator online.

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