Cornell College Living Expenses and How it Measures up
Make a good financial choice for you by taking the true cost of college into account. Get started by being familiar with just how much you will pay annually for housing, food, and more.
Here's What Sleeping and Eating is Going to Cost You
Cornell College offers students separate housing and dining options. The on-campus housing charge for a standard student was $4,500 in 2019 - 2020, and the price of a typical meal plan was $5,260.
The next table outlines average expenses at Cornell College for both living on campus or off campus, meal plans and additional charges.
|Expense||On Campus||Off Campus|
|Room and Board||$9,760||$9,760|
|Other Living Expenses||$5,401||$5,401|
|Books and Supplies||$1,200||$1,200|
What's Room & Board Going to Cost Over 4 Years? The Total Comes to $77,456
For the past five years, Cornell College housing and dining costs have adjusted 2.4% each year on average. If existing tendencies in room, board, and other expenses go on, we predict this year's incoming freshman students to pay $18,000 for their first year of school. By their closing year an undergraduate might pay around $18,880 for a two-year degree, and $19,804 for a four-year degree.
Over the course of obtaining your degree the total will be $77,456 for a four-year stay or $36,881 for two years.
Details on Your Campus Living Situation and Food Plan
|Are Freshmen Required to Live On Campus?||No|
|On-Campus Housing Capacity||1,060|
|Max Number of Meal-Plan Meals Per Week||28|
Living On Campus Will Cost You
With on-campus living expenses totaling $16,361, Cornell College is above the national average of $14,745.
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