The Cost Of Attendance (COA) is an estimate of expenses associated with attending college. The COA includes both direct (or billed) expenses and indirect (or non-billed) expenses. Direct expenses may include tuition, standard fees, books charged to student accounts, on-campus housing and meal plan charges. Indirect costs may include off-campus housing, books, transportation and personal expenses. The COA for each student is based on their specific program, enrollment level, and housing plans. The COA does not reflect what students will actually pay; but rather, is an estimate used for determining financial aid eligibility. For specific costs related to your enrollment, please contact our office.
Amounts below are estimates and assume full-time enrollment.
Day Full Time
AU & Rochester Full Time
Graduate Programs (not including PA or PsyD)
PHYSICIANS ASSISTANT PROGRAM
First Year PA Students
Second Year PA Students
Third Year PA Students
Semester Housing and Food Budgets (these are average amounts; not actual charges or costs)
For a full list of on-campus housing and dining plan options, please visit the Residence Life website.
*Loan fees are part of the Cost Of Attendance for students who have federal student loans on their financial aid package.