What are the Living Costs at Alaska Bible College?
There are extra expenses associated with college other than tuition. Find out below exactly how much you'll be paying to attend Alaska Bible College.
Why Do Room and Board Costs Matter to Me?
It is very important to know all the costs associated with attending college in order to plan accordingly. The expense of supplies, housing, and meal plans can really add up after four years (or more)! Make a good financial decision by considering these costs.
Room and Board Costs & Expenses
The housing and dining options at Alaska Bible College are bundled. The average student paid $5,700 in 2016 - 2017 to live on campus.
The table below will show you the average expected costs of both on-campus and off-campus housing and other expenses for Alaska Bible College.
|Expense||On Campus||Off Campus|
|Room and Board||$5,700||$8,717|
|Other Living Expenses||$3,960||$5,680|
|Books and Supplies||$600||$600|
Over Four Years You Will Spend About $101,875 on Living Costs
In the past five years, Alaska Bible College room and board have changed 5.6% each year on average. If current trends in room, board, and other expenses go on, we expect this year's incoming freshmen to be charged $16,876 their first year of college. Those students will likely end up paying $21,643 for their second year, and $27,757 for their fourth year.
Over the complete degree (assuming you graduate on-time) the total will come to $101,875 for four years or $38,519 for a two-year stay.
The Lowdown on Your Campus Home and Food Plan
|Are Freshmen Required to Live On Campus?||No|
|On-Campus Housing Capacity||16|
|Max Number of Meal-Plan Meals Per Week||10|
Living Expenses are Low in Comparison to Other Schools
Alaska Bible College students spend only $10,260 to live on campus which is well below the national average of $14,288.