Big Bend Community College Housing Costs
What are the Big Bend Community College Living Expenses?
There are more expenses related to going to college besides tuition fees. Find out below how much you'll be spending to go to Big Bend Community College .
On this page you will find:
- Outline of Housing Costs
- Room & Board Trends and Total Expenses
- Meal Plans and Housing Requirements
- Housing Costs Comparison
Big Bend Community College Housing and Meal Plan Costs
Big Bend Community College students paid $2,880 for housing in 2020, but Big Bend Community College does not offer dining plans.
The table below shows the average expected prices of both on-campus and off-campus housing and other expenses for Big Bend Community College.
|Expense||On Campus||Off Campus|
|Room and Board||$8,364||$10,500|
|Other Living Expenses||$3,690||$3,876|
|Books and Supplies||$930||$930|
What's Room & Board Going to Cost Over 4 Years? The Projected Total Comes to $57,593
On-campus housing and dining at Big Bend Community College have changed an average of 2.8% for each year of the past five years, compared to a nationwide average change of 2.4%. If today's trends in housing and meal expenses carry on, we predict incoming first year students in 2021 to pay about $13,521 in their first year of college. By their last year an undergraduate would spend somewhere around $14,086 for an associate degree, and $15,305 for a four-year degree.
Total room and board costs over four years will be approximately $57,593; for just two years it will be about $27,608.
More on Your Campus Home
Are you wondering whether you may be required to live on campus? If you are a first-time full-time student, some schools may require it. See the table below to find out whether Big Bend Community College does or not, as well as the on-campus housing capacity.
|Are Freshmen Required to Live on Campus?||No|
|On-Campus Housing Capacity||200|
Room & Board Not Known or Not Available
We planned on reporting how on-campus living expenses at Big Bend Community College compares to other colleges, but that information was not available. It might be because the majority of learners who attend this school commute from home, or take online classes.
More about our data sources and methodologies.