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Undergraduate Tuition

Represents tuition and fees for first-year students entering the College of Arts and Sciences. Tuition and fees may differ for other schools.

Acad. YearIn-State% ChangeOut-of-State% Change
2014-15$10,4844.7%$38,9886.2%
2015-16$11,89213.4%$40,5063.9%
2016-17$13,0609.8%$41,7223.0%
2017-18$13,3482.2%$43,1943.5%
2018-19$13,6822.5%$44,7243.5%
2019-20$13,6820.0%$46,3303.6%
2020-21$14,1883.7%$48,0363.7%
2021-22$14,1880.0%$48,0360.0%
2022-23$14,8784.9%$50,3484.8%

6-Year Undergraduate Graduation Rates

A 6-year graduation rate is the percentage of students started in a given semester and finished in 6 years or less.

CohortAll 1st-Year Students
Fall 200793.0%
Fall 200894.1%
Fall 200993.3%
Fall 201094.1%
Fall 201194.6%
Fall 201294.2%
Fall 201394.7%
Fall 201494.0%
Fall 201593.6%
10-Yr. Avg.93.9%

Undergraduate Total Fees

Total Fees include charges for Technology, Classroom Renewal, Academic Credentialing, Arts, Athletics, Transit Service, and Student Programming.

Acad. YearIn-State% ChangeOut-of-State% Change
2014-15$2,4643.0%$3,1462.3%
2015-16$2,5262.5%$3,2082.0%
2016-17$2,6043.1%$3,2862.4%
2017-18$2,6702.5%$3,3522.0%
2018-19$2,7804.1%$3,4623.3%
2019-20$2,9004.3%$3,5823.4%
2020-21$3,0585.5%$3,7404.2%
2021-22$3,1723.7%$3,8543.0%

 

1-Year Retention Rates

The table below shows the percentage of first-year students who returned the following fall.

CohortAll 1st-Year Students
Fall 201197.5%
Fall 201297.0%
Fall 201397.3%
Fall 201496.9%
Fall 201596.4%
Fall 201696.5%
Fall 201796.9%
Fall 201897.3%
Fall 201996.7%
Fall 202096.8%
10-Yr. Avg.96.9%

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