Dakota College at Bottineau

MSU-Bottineau Housing Costs

MSU-Bottineau Living Expenses and How They Measure up?

It is important to learn the many expenses associated with going to college in order to prepare appropriately. The expense of supplies, housing, and meal plans can really accumulate after 4 years (or maybe more)! Make a good financial decision by taking these costs into account.

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MSU-Bottineau Living Expenses Most of the undergraduates at Dakota College at Bottineau are part-time students and therfore less likely to need dining plans and dorm options.

Housing and meal plans are priced out separately at MSU-Bottineau. The standard student spent $3,220 for housing and $4,895 for dining in 2021.

The table below will show you the expected expenses of on-campus and off-campus housing and dining plans for Dakota College at Bottineau.

Expense On Campus Off Campus
Room and Board $8,116 $8,116
— Housing       $3,220
— Meals       $4,895
Other Living Expenses $3,400 $3,400
Books and Supplies $1,000 $1,000
Total $12,516 $12,516

Projected Total of $52,592 in Room & Board Over Four Years

On-campus housing and dining at MSU-Bottineau have changed an average of 2.8% for each of the past five years, compared to a nationwide average change of 2.4%. Incoming first year students in 2022 should expect to be charged roughly $12,760 for room, board and other costs based upon today's movements. In their closing year an undergraduate would spend an average of $13,013 for an associate degree, and $13,543 for a four-year degree.

Over the length of acquiring your degree the sum will be somewhere around $52,592 for four years or $25,774 for two years.


* estimated

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Answers to Questions About Living and Dining on Campus at MSU-Bottineau

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 MSU-Bottineau does or not, as well as the on-campus housing capacity.

Schools may offer meal plans where the number of meals per week can vary, for example, the student receives a meal card and charges meals against the card. Then there are schools like MSU-Bottineau that offer meal plans based on the number of meals per week. See the table below to find out the number of meals per week in the maximum meal plan offered at MSU-Bottineau.

Question Answer
Are Freshmen Required to Live on Campus? No
On-Campus Housing Capacity 259
Meals Per Week Included in Max Meal Plan 19

Not Able to Determine Campus Expenses

MSU-Bottineau on-campus living costs as compared to the U.S. average wasn't accessible. It might be that many students at this school live at home or are online students.


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