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Financial Aid: Cost of Attendance
The Cost of Attendance (COA) is a standardized set of budgets used as a basis for determining maximum aid eligibility. Standard COA includes tuition, fees, room, board, books, transportation, personal expenses, and loan fees. Cost of Attendance can vary based on program of study, living arrangements while in school, and a wide variety of other factors. Cost of Attendance can also be increased to include expenses such as child care, travel for study abroad, health insurance, and professional fees.
Below is some basic information about Cost of Attendance at the University of Portland. These figures are based on averages and assumptions about the general student population. An individual student’s budget can vary significantly. The total cost for a first-time, undergraduate student to attend the University of Portland and live on campus for the 2014-15 academic year is $53,384. You can view your individualized Cost of Attendance in Self Serve.
|Full-time Undergraduate Fall/Spring Semesters (12 or more credit hours)||$19,175/Semester|
|Part-time Undergraduate Fall/Spring Semesters (1 to 11 credit hours)||$1,200/Credit|
|Undergraduate Summer Semester (1 or more credit hours)||$775/Credit|
|Graduate School – Business (MBA, MS Finance, EMBA* - Nonprofit)||$1,120/Credit|
|Graduate School – Communications, Engineering, Nursing||$1,070/Credit|
|Graduate School – Education (MAT)||$803/Credit|
|Graduate School – Education (EdD, Educational Specialist)||$685/Credit|
|Graduate School – Education (MEd, MA, Post-Masters Specialty/Certificate), Pastoral Ministry (MAPM)||$535/Credit|
|Graduate School – Fine Arts (MFA)||$513/Credit|
|Professional Tuition (Business, Engineering, Nursing, Education*)||$50/Credit|
|Student Government Fee (Full-time undergraduate students, Fall/Spring)||$85/Semester|
|Health Insurances (Full-time undergraduate students - can be waived)||$952/Semester|
|Private Music Lessons||$300/Credit|
|Double Room/Double Occupancy||$3,980/Semester|
|Double Room/Single Occupancy||$5,100/Semester|
|Triple Room/Triple Occupancy||$3,980/Semester|
|Single Room/Single Occupancy||$4,582/Semester|
|Private Bath Amenities Charge||$60/Semester|
|Haggerty/Tyson Amenities Charge||$180/Semester|
|Off-Campus* (Estimated, Varies)||$3,600-3,780/Semester|
2014-15 Meal Plans
|Meal Plan 1 - 1479 Dining Points/Semester||$1,479/Semester|
|Meal Plan 2 - 1660 Dining Points/Semester||$1,621/Semester|
|Meal Plan 3 - 1820 Dining Points/Semester||$1,742/Semester|
|Meal Plan 4 - 2740 Dining Points/Semester||$2,599/Semester|
|Off Campus* (Estimated/Varies)||$900-1,350/Semester|
2014-15 Expenses Other
Other expenses are estimated and vary from student to student.
Use the following calculators and worksheets to help determine your out-of-pocket cost for the 2014-15 academic year.
Cost of Attendance Increase
The Office of Financial Aid uses average expenses for all students attending the University of Portland. If your expenses are higher than the standard Cost of Attendance included on your award letter, complete and return a 2014-15 Cost of Attendance Increase Request Form. Cost of Attendance can be increased for costs such as health insurance, child care, etc. Cost of Attendance cannot be increased to cover car payments, cell phone bills, or mortgage payments. In general, an increase to Cost of Attendance will result in eligibility for additional loans, not gift aid.
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May 16 - Direct Loan Interest rates announced for the 2014-15 school year, to find out more please visit the Loans section of our website.
August 8 - Tuition due for Fall semester
August 15 - Student Employment Jobs for fall semester posted on Student Job Board
August 25 - First day of Fall classes
September 5 - Fall census date for graduate and undergraduate students
September 5 - Deadline for Unique Criteria Scholarship Application
For more dates and deadlines, see Financial Aid Calendar.