Financial Aid
2014-15 Undergraduate Cost of Attendance

Graduate School applicants should go to the Graduate student costs page.

Alfred University is committed to making a family's college investment more affordable through its generous financial aid and close scrutiny of costs.

Tuition & Fee
Full-Time
Part-Time
Room & Meal Plan
Estimated Books, Supplies, & Personal Expenses
Sample Full-Time Freshman Cost of Attendance
Notes

Tuition & Fee

Full-time tuition & fee
Alfred University is a private institution. However, some of our academic programs receive support from New York State resulting in individual programs with different tuition structures. Stated below is Alfred University's anticipated tuition structure by individual programs, and where applicable, by NY State residency status, for the 2014-15 academic year.

College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, College of Professional Studies, and School of Business
  Per Semester Per Academic Year
Freshman $14,330 $28,660
Transfer Student $14,330

$28,660

Mechanical, Renewable Energy, and Undecided Engineering
Freshman $11,600 $23,200
Transfer Student $11,600

$23,200

School of Art & Design, Biomaterials Engineering, Ceramic Engineering, Glass Engineering Science, and Materials Science and Engineering (Freshmen & Transfer)
NY State Resident $8,380 $16,860
Non-NY State Resident $11,600

$23,200

Full-time Student Service Fee  
Freshman/Transfer $475 $950

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Part-time tuition & fee
Part-time tuition rates (<12 credits per semester) for 2014-15 are charged per credit hour and there is a part-time student service fee for 2014-15.

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Room & Meal Plan
On-Campus Housing (double room) $6,080 per year

Most freshmen live on campus in a traditional style residence hall double room. A limited number of single rooms are available.

On-campus freshman and transfer students may choose from several different meal plan options ranging in cost from $5,366 to $5,710 per year. The full meal plan ($5,710) is used in financial aid budgets. If eligible, upperclassman students may elect to accommodate off campus living arrangements.

Off-Campus Living Average Cost $11,790 per year

Students living off-campus (not with parents) are provided the above estimated average cost for room and meal expense planning and it is used for financial aid budgets.

Off-campus students may elect to purchase a meal plan. The least expensive available plan value for 2014-15 will be available soon.

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Estimated Books, Supplies, & Personal Expenses
Books & Supplies $1,200
Personal $1,850

Actual expenses for books, supplies, and personal needs may vary widely among students. These expenses will be dependent on life style, personal choice, major, travel distance to school and other factors.

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Sample 2014-15 Full-time Freshman Cost of Attendance (on campus)

College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, College of Professional Studies, and School of Business

Mechanical, Renewable Energy, and Undecided Engineering
Tuition $28,660 $23,200
Fee 950 950
Room & Meal Plan 11,790 11,790
Books & Supplies 1,200 1,200
Personal 1,850 1,850
Total $44,450 $38,990
School of Art & Design, Biomaterials Engineering, Ceramic Engineering, Glass Engineering Science, and Materials Science and Engineering
NY State Resident Non-NY State Resident
Tuition $16,860 $23,200
Fee 950 950
Room & Meal Plan 11,790 11,790
Books & Supplies * 1,200 1,200
Personal 1,850 1,850
Total $32,650 $38,990

*Art and Design students are charged an additional mandatory $20 annual wood shop fee and should plan on a higher amount for books and supplies.

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Notes:
Tuition fees, room and meal plan charges are determined by the Alfred University Board of Trustees. Over the past several years annual tuition and fee increases have been in the 3-4% range, and room and meal plan increases have been in the 0-4% range. Tuition, fees, and room charges are actual for 2014-15. Meal plans are estimated. However, final meal plan cost will be very close.

 

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