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Cost of Attendance

Financial Aid

Cost of Attendance is an estimate of what it should cost a student to go to school for a specified period. It includes estimates of tuition and fees, room and board, allowances for books and supplies, transportation, etc. OSFAS surveys a sample of students every 2-3 years to help estimate costs accurately.

Students and their families are expected to make a reasonable effort to assist in financing educational expenses. Financial aid assistance and other sources should be viewed as a supplement to the efforts of the family / student. OSFAS can not award over a student's COA.