Cost of Attendance

Each year, the Office of Student Financial Planning prepares a nine-month student expense budget defining standard allowances for education costs of professional/graduate students. Tuition and other budget figures for the 2022-2023 academic year are listed below.

Breakdown of the expenses accrued during attendance
New York State Resident Non-New York State Resident
Tuition  $39,900 $59,500
Mandatory Fees $520 $520
Room and Board $12,000 $12,000
Books and Supplies $1,000 $1,000
Personal Expenses $7,000 $7,000
Transportation $1,200 $1,200
Total Standard Budget $61,620 $81,220

Vet student with small dogTuition and Fees

The tuition rate is determined every year in the spring preceding the start of the academic year.

Room and Board

The room and board allowance should permit a student comfortable, but modest, housing and a balanced diet. Students are expected to share housing with at least one other student and to develop other money-saving techniques (such as eating in rather than dining in restaurants) in order to live within this allowance.

2 vet students with catBooks and Supplies

The allowance for books and supplies is sufficient for the purchase of all required books and supplies.

Personal Expenses

The personal allowance covers necessary living expenses other than room and board, which are related to being a student. Among these may be routine costs of transportation to and from campus (including parking fees), basic telephone service, and health insurance.

Note: Financial aid recipients are expected to budget their money and keep accurate records of monthly expenditures. To justify requests for supplemental relief in unusual circumstances, copies of those records are likely to be required for the financial aid files. Assistance in developing sound budgeting techniques can be found here Budgeting in College