Graduate Cost of Attendance

Graduate Costs

UAH is consistently ranked the #1 return on investment among all colleges, public and private, in the state of Alabama.

2017-2018 Graduate Cost of Attendance

For the 2017-2018 academic year, the total full time cost of attendance for graduates is estimated to be $25,638 for full-time resident graduate students and $38,591 for full time non-resident graduate students. These figures include the standards of tuition, college fees, room, board, books and supplies, transportation, and a small allowance for miscellaneous expenses. Some students will spend more, while others may spend less than the estimates depending on your personal preferences and circumstances. We use the estimates below when determining eligibility for need-based financial aid. Please note also that you may pay a different amount dependent upon your specific course of study and that all costs are subject to change.

The term Cost of Attendance (COA) refers to an estimate of total expenses that students may incur while attending UAH for the academic year which will include direct institutional costs as well as indirect costs. This estimate is utilized in the mandated calculation to determine a student's eligibility for Title IV Federal Financial Aid programs consisting of grants, work-study and student loans; however, students may wish to refer to these estimated expenses to assist in their budget planning process. These COAs include tuition, mandatory fees, room, board, books & supplies, transportation, miscellaneous expenses and loan fees. Cost of Attendance is also segmented by enrollment status and student housing.

 

Graduate

(Full Time)

Resident*

On/Off

Campus

Non-Resident

On/Off

Campus

Tuition $10,224 $22,696
Course Fees $546 $546
Room & Board $9,125 $9,125
Books & Supplies $1,956 $1,956
Transportation $1,445 $1,926
Miscellaneous $2,204 $2,204
Loan Fees $138 $138
Year Total: $25,638 $38,591

*Residents of Alabama and select counties in Tennessee (Bedford, Coffee, Franklin, Giles, Lawrence, Lincoln, Marshall, Moore and Marion).

For 2017-2018, based on a full academic year with 9 hours per semester for fall and spring semesters. Figures represent costs for students who live in a traditional residence hall with a dining plan. Fees may be higher for certain majors. Costs are determined by The Board of Trustees, University of Alabama System, and are subject to change.


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