Program Cost

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Cost of Attendance (COA) is used to determine how much financial aid to offer a student. Our COA includes tuition, room and board, and estimates for books, transportation, and personal expenses.

2015-2016 Actual Cost
2015-2016 On Campus COA
2015-2016 Off Campus COA
2015-2016 with Relative COA
2015-2016 Nursing COA
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Actual Cost for 2015-2016

Per Semester (4 months)

Academic Year (9 months)

Tuition and Fees
Full-time (12-18 hours)

$14,080

$28,160

Nursing Tuition and Fees
Full-time (12-18 hours)

$15,380

$30,760

Residence Hall - Double

$2,840

$5,680

Residence Hall - Triple

$2,125

$4,250

Meal Plan A (19 meals/week)

$2,165

$4,330

Meal Plan B (14 meals/week)

$2,055

$4,110

Meal Plan C (180 meal block)

$2,165

$4,330

Meal Plan D (Commuter Plan - 5 meals/weeks)

$685

$1,370

Per Hour - over 18 hours or under 12 hours

$905

$1,810

Nursing Per Hour - over 18 hours or under 12 hours

$990

$1,980

Per Hour - Summer Tuition

$520

$1,040


*Please note that if you are registered for online classes, there will be an additional $200.00 fee per online course.

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On Campus COA for 2015-2016

The COA below is for the 2015-2016 academic school year. The figures provided are based on a student living in campus dorms and taking 12 to 18 hours. Adjustments to the budget will need to be made if student will be enrolled less than full-time.

 

Budget Components

Semester

Annual (9 months)

Tuition and Fees

$14,080

$28,160

Books

$637

$1,274

Room and Board

$4,642

$9,284

Transportation

$828

$1,656

Personal

$742

$1,484

Total

$20,929

$41,858

Estimated Student Loan Fees

$44

$88

Total with Loan Fees

$20,973

$41,946

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Off Campus COA for 2015-2016

The COA below is for the 2015-2016 academic school year. The figures provided are based on a student living off campus and taking 12 to 18 hours. Adjustments to the budget will need to be made if student will be enrolled less than full-time.

 

Budget Components

Semester

Annual (9 months)

Tuition and Fees

$14,080

$28,160

Books

$637

$1,274

Room and Board

$3,602

$7,204

Transportation

$828

$1,656

Personal

$742

$1,484

Total

$19,889

$39,778

Estimated Student Loan Fees

$44

$88

Total with Loan Fees

$19,933

$39,866

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Off Campus with Relative COA for 2015-2016

The COA below is for the 2015-2016 academic school year. The figures provided are based on a student living off campus with parents or a relative and taking 12 to 18 hours. Adjustments to the budget will need to be made if student will be enrolled less than full-time.

 

Budget Components

Semester

Annual (9 months)

Tuition and Fees

$14,080

$28,160

Books

$637

$1,274

Room and Board

$685

$1,370

Transportation

$828

$1,656

Personal

$742

$1,484

Total

$16,972

$33,944

Estimated Student Loan Fees

$44

$88

Total with Loan Fees

$17,016

$34,032

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Nursing COAs for 2015-2016

The COA below is for the 2015-2016 academic school year. The figures provided are based on a student being accepted to the Nursing program and taking 12 to 18 hours. Adjustments to the budget will need to be made if student will be enrolled less than full-time.

 

Budget Components

Semester

Annual (9 months)

Tuition and Fees

$15,380

$30,760

Books

$637

$1,274

On Campus Room and Board

$4,642

$9,284

Off Campus Room and Board

$3,602

$7,204

With Relatives Room and Board

$685

$1,370

Transportation

$828

$1,656

Personal

$742

$1,484

Estimated Student Loan Fees

$44

$88

On Campus Nursing Total

$22,273

$44,546

Off Campus Nursing Total

$21,233

$42,466

With Relatives Nursing Total

$18,316

$36,632

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Net Price Calculator

A common question every student asks: How much will I pay at Concordia?  Find out by completing the Net Price Calculator.  

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This is only an estimate for new, first-year undergraduate students. It's not an official application for financial aid. It's not a substitute for officially applying for financial aid. It does not guarantee the actual financial aid you will receive. The University will review each financial aid application individually and consider special circumstances. If you have any questions, please contact an Admissions Counselor today.

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This page was last updated on Mar. 02, 2015.
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