It is essential to understand all the expenses associated with attending college so you're able to plan appropriately. The cost of housing, meal plans, and supplies can really accumulate after four years (or more)! Prepare an effective budget by taking these costs into account.
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The following table outlines average expenses at Catholic University of America for both on-campus and off-campus housing, dining and other charges.
|Expense||On Campus||Off Campus|
|Room and Board||$16,020||$16,020|
|Other Living Expenses||$3,150||$4,950|
|Books and Supplies||$1,000||$1,000|
In the past five years, CUA room and board have adjusted 3.0% per year on average, compared to a nationwide average change of 2.4%. If present developments persist, incoming first year students in 2022 will spend about $20,695 in room, board and additional expenses for their first year of school. In their final year an undergraduate would pay somewhere around $21,241 for an associate degree, and $22,397 for a bachelor's degree.
The complete degree (presuming you graduate on-time) the sum will be somewhere around $86,144 for four years or $41,937 for two years.
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 CUA does or not, as well as the on-campus housing capacity.
|Are Freshmen Required to Live on Campus?||No|
|On-Campus Housing Capacity||1,985|
CUA on-campus living expenses cost students $20,170, which is over the average of $15,282.
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