Students enrolled less than full-time as of the census date of each term will have their budgets reduced accordingly.
All costs are subject to actual fee structures as approved by the Board of Regents and will be revised accordingly for 2014-2015.
Resident budgets are based on 15 credit hours per semester for undergraduates and nine credit hours per semester for graduates, and cover a nine-month period. Law tuition and fees are based on 15 credit hours per semester for second and third year law students and 15 credit hours in the fall semester/18 credit hours in the spring semester for first-year law students (amount shown in the Student Budgets chart).
Day care costs are not included but could be if the student provides documentation.
Commuter costs will be used for students living with parent(s), relatives, or their legal guardians.
Room and board figures include utilities for those students living off-campus.
All budgets are single student budgets. Students with dependents have been given an allowance for family size as a part of the need analysis on their FAFSA.
Figures represent the best estimates of expenses a full-time student in a given budget category might be expected to incur.