University of Minnesota
University of Minnesota
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Cost, Aid & Scholarships

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Costs:

(2014-2015 academic year)

The University of Minnesota offers extraordinary academic opportunities at a world-class research university, all for a great value.

What is "cost of attendance?"

When planning for college expenses, you will want to consider "cost of attendance," which is the sum of tuition, housing, and personal expenses (which range from textbooks to travel to toothpaste). When you apply for financial aid, the University will use this "cost of attendance" figure when calculating your financial aid package. This ensures you are aware of all financial aid resources available to you to assist with college expenses. Visit this page for more information about financial aid.

What are the tuition and fees at the U of M?

The tuition and fees listed below cover one academic year (two semesters) of enrollment.

Tuition and fees for new students
Minnesota residents - $13,626North Dakota, South Dakota, Manitoba, Wisconsin residents - $13,626Nonresidents - $20,876

The figures above are provided to assist with college planning. Fees for the 2015-16 academic year will be finalized in July 2015. The exact cost of attendance varies slightly from student to student based on the college of enrollment and courses taken. There is an additional surcharge of $750 for students enrolled in the Carlson School of Management. There is an additional surcharge of $125 for international undergraduate students. Fees and charges are subject to change without notice as necessitated by University or legislative action.

What is the cost to live on campus?

Room and board costs $8,554 for double occupancy and 14 meals per week and $100 in FlexDine dollars per semester.

How should I plan for personal expenses?

Our financial aid office estimates $1,000 for books and supplies and $2,000 for miscellaneous expenses such as transportation, clothing, and entertainment during the 2014-15 academic year. Many students keep their expenses under these amounts by spending responsibly.

Free credits after 13

Each semester, every credit after 13 is free of charge, keeping costs down for families and helping students achieve graduation in four years. (Students typically take 15-16 credits each semester, or 120 credits over four years.)

Need help finding something?

Office of Admissions, a Division of the Office of Undergraduate Education • 240 Williamson Hall • 231 Pillsbury Drive S.E. • Minneapolis, MN 55455-0213 • P: 1-800-752-1000 • F: 612-626-1693