How Does Duke's Cost of Attendance Compare to the U.S. Average?
Room, board, along with other charges will add up to a lot. Just how much does Duke request for these needs, and just how does it compare to other schools?
Room and Board and You
Knowing all the expenses related to going to college will enable you to make the right financial decision. These extra costs of supplies, room, and board may add up quick!
Rooms, Meals and College Necessities: What it Costs
Housing and dining plans are priced out separately at Duke. The typical student spent $8,286 for housing and $6,152 for dining in 2016 - 2017.
Get an idea of what the costs at Duke University are going to be for on-campus housing, meals and additional expenses by checking out the table below.
|Room and Board||$14,438|
|Other Living Expenses||$2,206|
|Books and Supplies||$1,260|
Total of $79,302 in Room & Board Over 4 Years
For the past five years, Duke meal plans and housing costs have adjusted 3.8% on average each year. If the latest trends continue, this year's incoming freshman will spend $18,972 in room, board and additional costs in their first year of school. Those young people will likely wind up spending $19,530 in their 2nd year, and $20,104 in their 4th year.
Total room and board costs over four years will be $79,302; for just two years it will be $38,502.
Details on Living On Campus
|Are Freshmen Required to Live On Campus?||Yes|
|On-Campus Housing Capacity||5,507|
|Max Number of Meal-Plan Meals Per Week||N/A|
Expensive to Live On Campus
Duke University on-campus living expenses come to a total of $17,904, well above the U.S. average of $14,288.