Cost of Attendance
Cost of Attendance (COA), or Student Budget, is an estimate of your educational expenses for a given period of enrollment. A fall and spring budget will each be calculated for 4.5 months, and a summer budget will be calculated for 3 months. Below is an example of Cost of Attendance for one academic year. These amounts are estimates for the 2017-18 year. Each student will have a personalized cost of attendance that may vary from this example.
The tuition amount is pending Board of Regents approval and is subject to change.
2017-2018 Estimated One Year Budget- Full Time Flat Rate
|Undergraduate Resident In-District||Undergraduate Resident Out-District||Non-Resident|
|Tuition and Fees (Full Time Flat Rates- 12 to 18 Credits)||$86.00||$95.00||$171.00|
|Tuition and Fees (Part Time Rate- Per Credit 1 to 11 and greater than 18)||$1032.00||$1140.00||$2052.00|
|Board at Home||$1276.00||$1276.00||$1276.00|
|Books and Supplies‡||$625||$625||$625|
|Total (Based on Full-Time Tuition and Room off-campus)||$6068||$6176||$7088|
How do I view my Cost of Attendance?
To view your Cost of Attendance, log in to your my.nmsu.edu account and find your Award Overview under Financial Aid.
Direct Budget Components
Tuition and Fees will be determined based on the exact cost of the program (Undergraduate/Graduate) in which you are enrolled, and the credit hours you are taking in a single semester.
Room and Board will be determined according to information received from your FAFSA and your home campus. Room and board rates are based on a survey of apartments, dorms, meal plans and food expenses located in the vicinity of your home campus. Students may be ineligible for the Room component of Student Budget if you receive a military housing stipend or are independent and live at home. You will be ineligible for both a Room and Board component if you are enrolled less than half-time (6 hours for undergraduates and 5 hours for graduates) or if you are currently incarcerated.
Books and Supplies will be calculated for all students using national averages obtained from The College Board and/or the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
Personal Expenses will be calculated for all students using national averages obtained from The College Board and/or the IRS. Personal expenses include costs for clothing, toiletries, recreational and other miscellaneous expenses. You will be ineligible for a Personal Expenses component if you are enrolled less than half-time (6 hours for undergraduates and 5 hours for graduates).
Transportation will be calculated for all students using national averages obtained from The College Board and/or the IRS. Transportation costs are based on a student living locally and commuting to class five days a week.
Please keep in mind that your budget will change to reflect any updates you may make to your student record and/or FAFSA.
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