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Cost of Attendance

The cost of attendance (budget) is an estimated total cost that is calculated to help students and their families understand what they should expect to spend for the upcoming academic year. The cost of attendance includes both direct costs (billed tuition, fees, room and board, if applicable) and indirect costs (out-of-pocket, personal expenses). Husson uses the cost of attendance to determine each student’s financial need.

 

Example of a first year, on-campus residential student cost of attendance:

Direct Costs
Tuition & Fees $21,090
Room & Board $11,390
Indirect Costs
Books & Supplies $1,150
Miscellaneous $1,200
Transportation $550
Total: $35,380

 

Example of a first year, off-campus student cost of attendance:

Direct Costs
Tuition & Fees $21,090
Indirect Costs
Room & Board $11,000
Books & Supplies $1,150
Miscellaneous $1,200
Transportation $1,200
Total: $35,640

 

Example of a first year student living with a family member cost of attendance: 

Direct Costs
Tuition & Fees $21,090
Indirect Costs
Room & Board $2,000
Books & Supplies $1,150
Miscellaneous $1,200
Transportation $1,200
Total: $26,640