Tuition, Fees and Other Expenses

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Michael Marsland

Important Information

  • Please note that financial aid is available only up to the Single cost of attendance. The Married and Married with dependents costs of attendance are for informational purposes only.
  • Tuition and the mandatory Student Activity and IT Fees are determined annually by F&ES and are subject to change from year to year.
  • Books and supplies are an estimate based on a recent survey of F&ES students.
  • Transportation is an estimate based on a recent survey of F&ES students and represents the average cost for one round trip between F&ES and a student’s permanent residence.
  • Medical insurance is an estimate based on the cost of coverage through Yale Health, the University sponsored medical insurance.
  • Living expenses are an estimate based on a recent survey of F&ES students and a benchmark as determined by the College Board. Expenses include housing, food, miscellaneous personal expenses (e.g., clothing), transportation between F&ES and a student’s local residence, and transportation necessary to complete a student’s course of study (e.g., attending a conference).
  • You may wish to use the cost of attendance as a means to budget your own finances and determine your need for loans or other supplemental funding.
Expenses Not Included:
Moving expenses, prior debt and credit card debt will not be considered part of student budgets in determining eligibility for financial aid.

Cost of Attendance 2015-2016

  Single Married Married with
Dependents
Tuition $38,185 $38,185 $38,185
Student Activity Fee $330 $330 $330
Student IT Fee $90 $90 $90
Books and Supplies (estimated) $500 $500 $500
Transportation (estimated) $1,500 $3,000 $4,500
Medical Insurance (estimated) $2,175 $8,095 $13,585
Living Expenses (estimated) $14,400 $18,900 $23,400
       
Total $57,180 $69,100 $80,590
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