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Cost & Financial Aid

Program Costs

Costs for the 2015-2016 academic year for a single student living in one of our residence halls are explained in the following chart. Living expenses are estimates. If applying for the 2016-2017 academic year, increase these amounts by 6% to estimate costs.

Click here for the cost of attendance (undergraduate and graduate): 2015/2016 Cost of Attendance (PDF)

NOTES:

A - Housing is only available for female students. All freshman must choose Meal Plan #1.

B - Two other less expensive meal plans are available to continuing, transfer and graduate students (see the housing contract for details). Plan for additional housing and food costs if you will remain on campus during official school breaks and/or the summertime. If you will be living off-campus, Alverno College will estimate your living expenses for purposes of the Form I-20 by using U.S. Department of Heath and Human Services Guidelines. See these instructions at http://aspe.hhs.gov.

C - Plan for additional expenses if you will remain in the U.S. during official school breaks and/or the summertime. If you will be living off campus with dependents, Alverno College will estimate your living expenses for purposes of the Form I-20 by using U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Guidelines. See these guidelines at http://aspe.hhs.gov. List your dependents on the Dependent Information form and attach it to your Statement of Financial Support form. Dependent forms are available upon request.

D - Student must purchase Alverno insurance. Enrollment in the plan is automatic and the cost of the insurance is part of student billing and payable upon arrival on campus. If you need coverage for a spouse and/or minor children, the total cost for insurance will be higher; contact Alverno for the additional premium cost.