Cost of Attendance Budgets (Maximum Aid Allowed)
Your Cost of Attendance (COA) is not what you will be charged by the University of Evansville. Rather, it is a figure that is used in financial aid eligibility calculations; furthermore, it is the maximum total financial aid (including student and parent loans) that you are allowed to have for this year.
The COA represents both the charges that are directly billed by the University (such as tuition, fees, room, and meal plan), plus allowances for indirect expenses that you may pay on your own (such as books, personal, and transportation costs). Some families choose to overpay our directly-billed charges (usually with loans) so that they may have excess funds to assist them with their indirect educational expenses. Students whose financial aid results in a credit balance work with the Office of Student Accounts to process the refund.
Knowing your COA is especially important for students applying for a private loan: they must complete a Self-Certification Form indicating the amount of the UE COA, the student's financial aid, and the difference between the two.
Following are COA figures for dependent resident (on-campus) and dependent commuter (living at home with parents) students:
|Room and Board||$10,460||$1,800|
The cost of attendance for independent, organizational leadership, and public service administration students follows:
The cost of attendance for Global Leadership students follows:
|Cohort entering Fall 2013||$23,869|
|Cohort entering Fall 2012||$24,472|
|Cohort entering Fall 2011||$25,516|
(tuition, room, meals)
|Total COA (one semester)||$25,025|
If your program or student type is not listed above, that means that COA is calculated individually based upon credit hours of enrollment. All part-time students will have a custom-calculated COA. Contact the Office of Financial Aid at (812) 488-2364 or email@example.com for more information.