College of Staten Island CUNY Living Expenses and How it Measures up
Make the best financial choice for you by understanding the true cost of college. Begin by being familiar with just how much you will pay every year for room, board, and other living expenses.
A Room, Some Food, and Other Stuff That's Not Free for Some Reason
Housing and meal plans are priced out separately at CSI. The typical student spent $14,745 for housing and $3,950 for dining in 2019 - 2020.
The next table outlines average costs at College of Staten Island CUNY for both living on campus or off campus, meal plans and additional charges.
|Expense||On Campus||Off Campus|
|Room and Board||$18,695||$15,577|
|Other Living Expenses||$5,504||$5,504|
|Books and Supplies||$1,364||$1,364|
Total of $112,721 in Housing & Dining Over 4 Years
Room and board at CSI have changed around 3.6% for each of the past five years. If today's trends in housing and meal expenses carry on, we predict this year's incoming first years to pay $27,020 in their first year of school. In their final year an undergraduate would spend roughly $27,779 for an associate degree, and $28,560 for a four-year degree.
Bachelor degree students will wind up having to pay a total sum of $112,721 in room and board by the time they graduate, while two-year students may pay a total sum of $54,799.
More on Your Campus Living Situation and Meal Plan
|Are Freshmen Required to Live On Campus?||No|
|On-Campus Housing Capacity||442|
|Max Number of Meal-Plan Meals Per Week||N/A|
High Room & Board Costs
With room, board, and other living expenses for on-campus students totaling $25,563, College of Staten Island CUNY is much higher than the national average of $14,738.
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