|By Bebegrl (Bebegrl) on Monday, April 05, 2004 - 11:04 pm: Edit|
does anyone know the estimated tuition + room and board for 04-05?
or for those that are attending UC from out of state this year, how much are you paying excluding the grants/loans??
for ANY UC school out of state is fine
|By Greenmoo04 (Greenmoo04) on Monday, April 05, 2004 - 11:05 pm: Edit|
My UCSB financial aid letter said annual costs were 20,800 dollars this year. Out of state, I'm not sure. They should all be the same range anyways, except Berkeley with the extra housing costs.
|By Mocksimus (Mocksimus) on Monday, April 05, 2004 - 11:23 pm: Edit|
2003-04 Student Fee Levels
Undergraduate fees: Mandatory systemwide student fees increased 30 percent above the previous fee level, which reflected the $405 annualized increase that was adopted for the spring 2003 term. For resident undergraduates, the additional 30 percent raised fees $1,150 bringing mandatory systemwide fees for resident undergraduates to $4,984. Campuses also charge additional miscellaneous fees, which bring the total average fees to $5,530.
Graduate fees: Resident graduate academic student fees increased 30 percent or $1,205 per year in 2003-04, on top of the already-enacted $405 annualized increase for spring 2003, bringing mandatory systemwide fees for such students to $5,219. The average total fees (including miscellaneous campus fees) stand at $6,843.
Nonresident tuition and fees: In addition to mandatory systemwide fees, out-of-state students must pay nonresident tuition. Tuition levels increased by 10 percent or $1,250 for undergraduates and $1,113 for graduate students in 2003-04. Out-of-state students also pay regular student fees, which increased by $1,260 for 2003-04, bringing total average nonresident tuition and fees at UC to $19,740 for undergraduates and $19,333 for graduate students.
Professional school fees: Professional school students pay two types of fees. Fees for Selected Professional School Students increased by 30 percent for each degree program, with increases ranging from $675 for Nursing to $2,273 for Law. With these increases, Fees for Selected Professional School Students range from $2,925 for Nursing to $9,849 for Law. Professional school students also pay mandatory systemwide fees, which increased by $1,260 and when those fees are factored in, the total fees for resident students range from $9,894 for Nursing to $16,833 for Law.
|By Sprite (Sprite) on Monday, April 05, 2004 - 11:34 pm: Edit|
out of state (texas) for berkeley:
undergraduate (UG) dorm housing - year: 21336
UG non-resident fees - year: 16476
UG non-res ed/reg fees: 2168
UG loan fees: 100
i got nothing. 40080 in loans.
|By Bebegrl (Bebegrl) on Monday, April 05, 2004 - 11:38 pm: Edit|
omg... 21k for dorm!??!?! that is CRAZY..
what is a reg fee?? cuz for UCLA its 7k
and thats pretty wack
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