For financial aid purposes, the Cost of Attendance (COA) is an estimate of the total cost to attend ETBU, and includes both direct and indirect costs. Direct Costs are those billed by ETBU and include tuition, fees, and on-campus room and board for students who live on campus. Indirect Costs are books, supplies, transportation, personal expenses, loan fees, and room and board for students who live off-campus or with a parent. The chart below contains detailed information regarding the most current COA before any scholarships or financial aid is applied.
Tuition & Fees The average cost of tuition and fees for a typical student based on enrolling full-time (12 or more hours per semester) for the academic year.
Books & Supplies A reasonable estimate of books and supplies for a typical student for the academic year.
Room & Board A reasonable estimate of what it would cost to live on campus or off-campus in Marshall while attending school for the academic year
Transportation A reasonable estimate of what it would cost a student in transportation expenses while attending school for the academic year. This is an indirect cost - an expense not owed to ETBU.
Personal & Miscellaneous A reasonable estimate of what it would cost a student in personal and miscellaneous expenses while attending school for the academic year. This is an indirect cost - an expense not owed to ETBU.
Loan Fees A reasonable estimate of the total amount of origination fees the Dept of Ed takes away from awarded loan.
The Average Cost information below is based on full-time enrollment in fall and spring and includes indirect expenses that are not payable to ETBU (books & supplies, transportation, and personal expenses).
To estimate the amount payable to ETBU, use the online Estimated Cost Calculator.
|2020-2021 COA||On-Campus||Off-Campus||At Home with Parents|
|Tuition & Fees||$27,640||$27,640||$27,640|
|Room & Meals||$9,460||$5,850||$2,217|
|Books & Supplies||$880||$880||$880|
|ETBU Financial Aid Budget||$40,230||$37,030||$33,672|
The estimated budgets are used in determining the amount of financial aid a student is eligible for by subtracting the Expected Family Contribution (from the FAFSA) from the total budget. If you have not filed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), you may do so at www.fafsa.gov.
Net Price Calculator - Information provided here is an ESTIMATE based on AVERAGES only. It reflects the average amount of grants and scholarships that first-time, full-time ETBU students received last year, while living on-campus.