Cost of Attendance

Cost of Attendance

The federal government requires schools to estimate what it costs to attend college. These figures form the foundation upon which we can award financial aid. In our estimate, we include average figures for tuition, fees, books and supplies, room, board, transportation from a reasonable geographic area, expenses for basic personal needs and student loan fees. Since we use averages, some students will have costs that are less while others will be higher than those used. Yet the basic budget figures shown in our budget chart are consistently used for all students in like categories. Items like high charge card or monthly bills, expensive rent, purchase, or lease of an automobile, and costs related to another family member cannot be included as expenses factored into the budget along with many more discretionary costs too numerous to fully list. Sometimes the best cost of attendance adjustment is a change of lifestyle. If education is truly your first priority, showing that in your financial practices makes a big difference. Trimming discretionary expenses is like giving yourself a scholarship; it makes your financial aid dollars stretch further. Consider this during college and become a financial and academic winner.

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Tuition and Fees

Langston Campus Cost of Attendance

The cost figures below are based upon full-time enrollment.

Undergraduate

On Campus Resident
Tuition & Fees - $6000

Loan fees - $59

Room & Board - $9600

Books & Supplies - $1,000

Transportation - $800

Miscellaneous - $1,600

Total - $19,059
On Campus Non-Resident
Tuition & Fees - $13,400
Loan Fees - $59

Room & Board - $9600

Books & Supplies - $1,000

Transportation - $1,200

Miscellaneous - $1,600

Total - $26,859
 Graduate On Campus Resident
Tuition & Fees - $6,188
Loan fees - $167

Room & Board - $9600

Books & Supplies - $1,000

Transportation - $800

Miscellaneous - $1,600

Total - $19,355


Graduate On Campus Non-Resident
Tuition & Fees - $13,600

Loan Fees - $59

Room & Board - $9,600

Books & Supplies - $1000
Transportation - $1,200
Miscellaneous - $1,600

Total - $27059
 
 
 
 
Urban Campus Cost of Attendance
 
Undergraduate Resident
Tuition & Fees - $6000
Loan fees - $59

Room & Board - $10,200

Books & Supplies - $1,000

Transportation - $800

Miscellaneous - $1,600

Total - $19,659
Undergrad Non-Resident
Tuition & Fees - $12,728

Loan Fees - $59

Room & Board - $9,600

Books & Supplies - $1000
Transportation - $1,200
Miscellaneous - $1,600

Total - $26,187
Graduate 
Off Campus Resident
Tuition & Fees - $6,300

Loan fees - $172

Room & Board - $10,200

Books & Supplies - $1000

Transportation - $800

Miscellaneous - $1,600

Total - $20,072
Off Campus Non-Resident
Tuition & Fees - $13,200

Loan Fees - $205

Room & Board - $10,200

Books & Supplies - $1,000

Transportation - $1,200

Miscellaneous - $1,600

Total - $27405

Flat-Rate Tuition

As of the Fall 2014 semester, Langston University has adopted Flat-Rate Tuition. This allows undergraduate students who enroll in 12-18 hours to pay a flat-rate for tuition per semester, based on 15 credit hours. Once awarded, you should Review the Cost of Attendance indicated on the SIS system to make certain your residency status & housing plans are correct. Residency is determined by the Registrar's Office and Housing is based on your answers on the FAFSA. Please note, if your housing plans change, it could change your cost of attendance.