Undergraduate Budget Chart

Estimated Budget For 2013-2014 (9 month Fall/Spring full-time)

IN STATE
Direct Costs
Living On Campus
Living Off Campus
Tuition & Fees
5824
5824
Room & Board *
7686
8248
Loan Fees 68 68
Sub Total Direct
$13,578
$14,140
Indirect Costs
 
 
Books & Supplies
1,000
1,000
Transportation
1,000
1,900
Personal
1,500
1,500
Sub Total Indirect
$3,500
$4,400
Total
$17,078
$18,540
OUT OF STATE
Direct Costs
Living On Campus
Living Off Campus
Tuition & Fees
12,288
12,288
Room & Board *
7,686
8,248
Loan Fees 68 68
 Sub Total Direct
$20,042
$20,604
Indirect Costs
 
 
Books & Supplies
1,000
1,000
Transportation
1,300
2,200
Personal
1,500
1,500
Sub Total Indirect
$3,800
$4,700
Total
$23,842
$25,304

* Fees based on double occupancy rate and 15 meals per week.
Note: all fees are for academic year 2013-2014 and are subject to change.

 

Notes on Costs:

  • Full Time - defined as 12 or more credit hours each term
  • Tuition - based on the location of all classes being on the main campus
  • Books/Supplies - equal to the average from a random sample of student schedules
  • On-Campus Room/Board - average room costs for college residence hall and meal plan
  • Off-Campus Room/Board - equals the average rent for the academic year, including reasonable utilities, and an average monthly cost for food
  • Transportation - an amount sufficient to cover daily driving costs to classes and minimal trips to permanent residence
  • Personal - miscellaneous personal items for the academic year; commuter budget also includes an allowance for costs associated with maintaining student in parents' household

 

The following additional fees, among others, may be charged as applicable:

  • New Student/Pre-registration Fee
  • Technology Fee for Specific classes
  • Aviation Technology Fee

Undergraduate Tuition & Fee Chart

Rates are per credit hour up to 11 hours for Undergraduates and up to 8 credit hours for Graduate students.  Undergrads registered for 12 hours or more and Graduates registered for 9 hours or more are considered to be full time, please refer to the tuition and fee chart for full time.  The charges below are tuition and fees that are assessed to all students.  Rates may vary depending on Admit type.  Not included are special fees or course fees that are attached to certain courses for supplies, materials, labs, etc.

Credit Hour Costs

Resident

Non-Resident

On Campus per credit hour $239.00 $508.00
Off Campus per credit hour $213.00 $482.00
Online Classes per credit hour $188.00 $288.00

 

Full Time Costs

Resident

Non-Resident

On Campus per semester $2,912.00 $6,144.00
Off Campus per semester $2,526.00 $5,758.00
Online Classes per semester $2,246.00 $3,456.00

      

Graduate

Estimated Budget For 2013-2014 (9 month Fall/Spring full-time)

Full Time Living w/ Relative Resident Non-Resident
Tuition/Fees $6,404 $13,694
Books/Supplies $800 $800
Room/Board $3,500 $3,500
Transportation $1,900 $2,200
Personal $1,500 $1,500
Loan Fees $200 $200
  $14,304 $21,894
Full Time Living On-Campus
Tuition/Fees $6,404 $13,694
Books/Supplies $800 $800
Room/Board $7,686 $7,686
Transportation $1,000 $1,300
Personal $1,500 $1,500
Loan Fees $200 $200
  $17,590 $25,180
Full Time Living Off-Campus
Tuition/Fees $6,404 $13,694
Books/Supplies $800 $800
Room/Board $8,248 $8,248
Transportation $1,900 $2,200
Personal $1,500 $1,500
Loan Fees $200 $200
  $19,052 $26,642
 

Notes on Costs:

  • Full Time - defined as 9 or more credit hours each term
  • Books/Supplies - equal to the average from a random sample of student schedules
  • On-Campus Room/Board - average costs for college residence hall and meal plan
  • Off-Campus Room/Board - equals the average rent for the academic year, including reasonable utilities, and an average monthly cost for food
  • Transportation - an amount sufficient to cover daily driving costs to classes and minimal trips to permanent residence
  • Personal - miscellaneous personal items for the academic year; Living with Relative budget also includes an allowance for costs associated with maintaining student in parents' or other relative's household

 

The following additional fees, among others, may be charged as applicable:

  • New Student/Pre-registration Fee
  • Technology Fee for Specific classes

Graduate Tuition & Fee Chart

Rates are per credit hour up to 11 hours for Undergraduates and up to 8 credit hours for Graduate students.  Undergrads registered for 12 hours or more and Graduates registered for 9 hours or more are considered to be full time, please refer to the tuition and fee chart for full time.  The charges below are tuition and fees that are assessed to all students.  Rates may vary depending on Admit type.  Not included are special fees or course fees that are attached to certain courses for supplies, materials, labs, etc.

 

Credit Hour Costs

Resident

Non-Resident

On Campus per credit hour $349.00 $754.00
Off Campus per credit hour $315.00 $720.00
Online Classes per credit hour $274.00 $374.00


 

Full Time Costs

Resident

Non-Resident

On Campus per semester $3,202.00 $6,847.00
Off Campus per semester $2,816.00 $6,461.00
Online Classes per semester $2,461.00 $3,366.00

 

 

Net Price Calculator

Net Price Calculator
Fairmont State is pleased to provide this student aid calculator to assist you in estimating your costs to attend FSU.  Results are based on 2012-2013 Cost of Attendance figures and student aid eligibility requirements which are subject to change.  These results should assist you in determining an estimate of your out-of-pocket expense to attend Fairmont State.

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Office of Financial Aid
Turley Student Services Center
Room 303
Phone: (800) 641-5678, Opt. 2
(304) 367-4892
Fax: (304) 367-4789
FinancialAid@FairmontState.edu

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