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Tuition and Costs

Tuition and Costs

2019-2020 Full Year Budget*

New York State Resident

On Campus  
Full-time  
Tuition Costs** $7,070
Mandatory Fees $1,782
Housing (Standard Double)*** $7,990
Meal Plan (14 meal plan)*** $5,070
Total On Campus Costs $21,912
   
Part-time  
Tuition Cost Per Credit Hour $295
Mandatory Fees
pro-rated per credit hour
 
   
Online  
Full-time  
Tuition Costs** $7,070
Mandatory Fees $497
Total Online Costs $7,567
   
Part-time  
Tuition Cost Per Credit Hour $295
Mandatory Fees (Preliminary)
pro-rated per credit hour
 

Non-New York State Resident

On Campus Associate Baccalaureate
Full-time    
Tuition Costs** $11,040 $16,980
Mandatory Fees $1,782 $1,782
Housing (Standard Double)*** $7,990 $7,990
Meal Plan (14 meal plan)*** $5,070 $5,070
Total On Campus Costs $25,882 $31,822
     
Part-time    
Tuition Cost Per Credit Hour $460 $708
Mandatory Fees
pro-rated per credit hour
   
     
Online Associate Baccalaureate
Full-time    
Tuition Costs** $8,480 $8,480
Mandatory Fees $497 $497
Total Online Costs $8,977 $8,977
     
Part-time    
Tuition Cost Per Credit Hour $295 $353
Mandatory Fees
pro-rated per credit hour
   

Tuition and fees for on campus certificate programs will be assessed the on campus associate rate based on residency. Tuition and fees for online certificate programs will be assessed the online associate rate based on residency.

Online costs are for a student enrolled at a State University of New York (SUNY) State-operated campus who a) for a given term is enrolled exclusively in online distance leaning course(s) and b) has not had an address within the borders of New York State at any point within July 1 and June 30 of a given State-operated campus fiscal year.

The D.C. College Access Act makes District of Columbia residents eligible to receive in-state tuition rates at public colleges and universities across the nation. More information is available at: https://dconeapp.dc.gov/.

Effective July 1, 2014, veterans who meet the eligibility requirements for educational assistance under the federal GI Bill®, even if not actually receiving or using such benefits, are eligible for in-state tuition. Additionally, spouses and dependents who are eligible for educational assistance under the federal GI Bill® are also eligible for in-state tuition effective July 1, 2015. In both cases, a Certificate of Eligibility from the U.S. Department of Defense or the Veterans Administration is required to document eligibility.

*Cost information as of June 20, 2019. Tuition and fee rates are subject to change.

**Students with 12 (+) plus credits are charged full-time tuition rate based on residency.

***Other Room and Meal Plan options are available.

Important Note: GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by the VA is available at the official U.S. government Web site at https://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.

Miscellaneous Expenses

  • A $150 mandatory one-time orientation fee is billed to all new full-time/part-time and transfer students to cover the cost of programs, food, registration requirements, July orientation, August welcome week, and new student programming. Online students are excluded.
  • There will be costs for books and supplies, transportation, and personal expenses that vary by student.
  • Some programs require a laptop computer or other required tools which would be an additional curriculum cost.
  • There are several optional fees a student may elect that will be added to the billed costs.