Cleveland Institute of Music

Cleveland Institute of Music Housing Costs

Cleveland Institute of Music Room and Board Costs and How They Compare?

Make the best college decision for you by understanding the true cost of college. Get started by understanding how much you'll be paying annually for food, housing, books and more.

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Cleveland Institute of Music Living Expenses

In 2020, Cleveland Institute of Music students paid $9,300 for housing and $6,892 for the meal plan.

The following table outlines average expected prices at Cleveland Institute of Music for both on-campus and off-campus housing, meal plans and additional charges.

Expense On Campus Off Campus
Room and Board $12,500 $10,575
— Housing       $9,300
— Meals       $6,892
Other Living Expenses $2,734 $2,734
Books and Supplies $600 $600
Total $15,834 $13,909

Expected Total of $58,611 in Living Costs Over 4 Years

For the past five years, Cleveland Institute of Music meal plans and housing costs have adjusted -5.0% on average each year, compared to a nationwide average change of 2.4%. Incoming freshmen in 2021 can expect to spend an average of $15,318 for room, board and other costs based upon current trends. Those students would wind up spending an average of $14,847 in their 2nd year, and $14,028 in their 4th year.

Over the course of acquiring your degree the sum will come to somewhere around $58,611 for a four-year stay or $30,165 for a two-year stay.


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Answers to Questions About Living on Campus at Cleveland Institute of Music

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 Cleveland Institute of Music does or not, as well as the on-campus housing capacity.

Question Answer
Are Freshmen Required to Live on Campus? No
On-Campus Housing Capacity 100

Campus Expenses Here are Similar to Other Schools

Living expenses for on-campus students at Cleveland Institute of Music are $15,834, similar to the national average of $14,951.



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