How Much Does it Cost to Stay at Adirondack Community College?
Room, board, along with other expenses can add up to a lot. How much does Adirondack Community College charge for these basics, and how does this school compare to others?
Here's What Sleeping and Eating is Going to Cost You
In 2019 - 2020, Adirondack Community College students spent $8,160 for housing and $3,740 for dining.
Discover Adirondack Community College housing costs for both on-campus and off-campus, and also meals and other expenses in the table below.
|Expense||On Campus||Off Campus|
|Room and Board||$11,900||$9,450|
|Other Living Expenses||$1,800||$2,900|
|Books and Supplies||$1,800||$1,800|
Total of $49,071 in Room & Board Over Four Years
In the past five years, Adirondack Community College housing and dining costs have changed 6.2% on average each year. This years' incoming first year students can expect to spend approximately $13,539 for room, board and other costs based on current trends. Those young people would end up having to pay $12,653 for their second year, and $11,826 for their fourth year.
Over the complete degree (assuming you graduate on-time) the sum will come to $49,071 for four years or $26,192 for two years.
More Details on Campus Living Arrangements & Food Plans
|Are Freshmen Required to Live On Campus?||No|
|On-Campus Housing Capacity||408|
|Max Number of Meal-Plan Meals Per Week||N/A|
Room, Board & Living Expenses are About Average
Adirondack Community College on-campus expenses add up to $15,500, which is similar to the U.S. average of $14,745.
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