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7 These costs are paid directly to the college: State-Operated Campuses-Baccalaureate Degree Programs New York State Residents Living on Campus Tuition Student Fees2 Room & Board TOTAL Commuting $6,470 $6,470 1,590 1,590 Out-of-State Residents Living on Campus $16,320 1 1,590 Community Colleges-Associate Degree Programs New York State Residents Living on Campus Commuting Out-of-State Residents Living on Campus $4,350 $4,350 $9,170 630 630 630 12,590 3,860 12,590 10,380 3,770 10,380 $20,650 $11,920 $30,500 $15,360 $8,750 $20,180 These costs are not paid directly to the college and will vary based on individual choices: State-Operated Campuses-Baccalaureate Degree Programs New York State Residents Living on Campus Out-of-State Residents Commuting Living on Campus Community Colleges-Associate Degree Programs New York State Residents Living on Campus Commuting Out-of-State Residents Living on Campus Books & Supplies $1,340 $1,340 $1,340 $1,320 $1,320 $1,320 Personal Expenses 1,560 1,590 1,560 1,160 1,210 1,160 Transportation TOTAL 1,080 1,890 1,180 1,280 1,860 1,380 $3,980 $4,820 $4,080 $3,760 $4,390 $3,860 Tuition rate for non-New York residents enrolled in a distance-learning program is $7,760 at most campuses. Tuition rate for non-New York residents enrolled at University at Buffalo and Stony Brook University is $23,710. Tuition rate for non-New York residents enrolled at University at Albany and Binghamton University is $21,550. Technology Colleges may charge a reduced non-New York resident tuition rate for associate degree programs. 2 Figure represents the average fee. Typically fees at the state-operated campuses range from $1,170 to $2,890. 1 Costs. Financial Aid. Tuition and fees for baccalaureate degree programs at SUNY are lower than the national average for public universities. Total costs vary depending on the college, its location, full-time or part-time enrollment, program of study, delivery method of program, housing accommodations, personal expenses and other individual factors. State University colleges have higher tuition rates for students who are not New York State residents (review residency requirements at www.suny.edu/smarttrack/residency). Assistance is available at all State University campuses for students who are unable to pay all college costs. Financial aid programs include academic scholarships, need-based grants, student and parent loans and employment. Both the federal and state governments offer financial aid programs. Other sources of assistance may include scholarships from private organizations, foundations, fraternal groups and SUNY campus sources. For students taking fewer than 12 semester hours (part-time study), New York State tuition is $270 per credit hour for baccalaureate and associate degree programs at state-operated campuses. Most State University campuses have time payment plans to enable you to pay in monthly installments. The campus Office of Student Accounts can provide you with information on payment options. To apply for federal and state aid, students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA can be completed online at www.fafsa.ed.gov beginning October 1 of each year. New York State residents who include a New York school on their FAFSAs may apply for State aid, including New York's Tuition Assistance Program (TAP), immediately after completing the FAFSA by using the special link on the FAFSA Submission Confirmation page. All SUNY campuses use a standard Financial Aid Award Letter that clearly outlines the cost of attendance and financial aid offerings, and includes campus-specific graduation, median borrowing and loan default rates. BIGGER VALUE Estimated Undergraduate Student Expenses for Academic Year 2016-17 (as of June 2016) http://www.suny.edu/smarttrack/residency http://www.fafsa.ed.gov

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