How much does college cost?
Where do you want to go to college? How much will it cost? Getting an early handle on these questions will help you figure out how much you'll need to save, earn or borrow to achieve your college goals.
The table gives you an idea of how much it costs to attend one year at a four-year college. In addition, you'll also have to budget for books, miscellaneous expenses and travel. Attending UA is a great value when you consider that 1) you are paying resident tuition, 2) you would receive the UA Scholars Award and 3) you do not have to travel as far!
Tuition and fees listed below are 1-year averages. Out-of-state rates are based on non-resident prices.
|Tuition and Fees||Room and Board||Total|
|Alaska, four-year public||$4,721||$8,622||$13,343|
|Arizona, four-year public||$22,319||$11,436||$33,755|
|California, four-year private||$42,818||$12,078||$54,896|
|Colorado, four-year public||$23,096||$9,084||$32,180|
|Idaho, four-year public||$18,376||$7,304||$25,680|
|Montana, four-year public||$19,612||$7,500||$27,112|
|Washington, four-year public||$18,597||$9,000||$27,597|
May 1, 2014*
You must submit an application for admission to a certificate or degree program to any UA campus on or before May 1, even if you wish to utilize a leave of absence. You can apply online at uaonline.alaska.edu . If you miss the application deadline your Award will expire.
You must be admitted into a certificate of degree program, be enrolled as a full-time undergraduate student, and attend any mandatory orientation or program that may be required by the campus, unless utilizing a leave of absence. Please refer to the Program Information Booklet for more information.