2023-2024 Direct Costs and Cost of Attendance

2023-2024 Direct Costs

These figures represent the typical tuition and fees and do not include financial aid or scholarships in the figures. This is only an estimated amount, as the fees for housing, food, course fees, etc. can vary.

Please use the 2023-2024 Direct Cost table to determine what you may be billed for tuition and fees

Full-Time Undergraduate Storrs In-State Out-of-State New England Regional
Tuition 16,332 39,000 25,350
University and Student Fees1 4,034 4,034 4,034
On-Campus Housing2 7,640 7,640 7,640
On-Campus Meal Plan3 6,356 6,356 6,356
Subtotal Direct Costs 34,362 57,030 43,380
Waivable Fees In-State Out-of-State New England Regional
Waivable Fee: Health Insurance 4 2,946 2,946 2,946
In-State Out-of-State New England Regional
Subtotal Direct Costs (Plus Waivable Fees)
37,308
59,976
46,326

 

Description of Fees:

  • 1 - Mandatory fees for Storrs students.
  • 2 - The housing charge is based on a standard double which is what most incoming students receive. The amount reported is the 2023-2024 rate.
  • 3 - The meal plan is based on the Value meal plan.
  • 4 - All full-time students are required to be covered by health insurance. Students are therefore automatically billed for the University's health insurance plan every Fall. If the student is already covered, they can waive the health insurance fee in their Student Administration account. For specific information regarding the University health insurance plan, please visit the Student Health Services website. Amount reported is the 2022-2023 rate.

Cost of Attendance for Undergraduate Students at the Storrs Campus (2023-2024)

The Cost of Attendance (COA) is the Office of Student Financial Aid Services' estimate of your educational expenses for the school year. These figures do not represent your actual fee bill but are estimates.

The total Cost of Attendance (COA) includes estimated direct educational costs and an estimate of indirect costs based on full-time attendance at Storrs. The Housing Estimate is an average of housing costs assessed to all students in the 2022-2023 academic year. The Food Estimate is equal to the Value Meal Plan for the year and includes three meals per day. Indirect costs such as books, course materials, supplies and equipment, transportation, miscellaneous personal expenses, and professional/licensure fees (if applicable to your program) do not appear on the fee bill.

Please note that students are billed separately for each semester; therefore, the annual amounts described below may be divided by two to determine estimates for a single semester. To reduce these costs, we encourage you to choose the lowest price options for housing rates and meal plans. For information regarding actual current year costs, please visit the Bursar’s website.

Estimated Direct Costs In-State Out-of-State New England Regional
Tuition1 16,332 39,000 25,350
University and Student Fees1 4,034 4,034 4,034
On/Off-Campus Housing Estimate2 8,408 8,408 8,408
On/Off-Campus Food Estimate2 6,356 6,356 6,356
Subtotal Direct Costs 35,130 57,798 44,148
Estimated Indirect Costs In-State Out-of-State New England Regional
Books, Course Materials, Supplies & Equipment 990 990 990
Transportation 2,420 2,624 2,624
Miscellaneous Personal Expenses 1,910 1,910 1,910
Loan Fees 92 92 92
Subtotal Indirect Costs 5,412 5,616 5,616
In-State Out-of-State New England Regional
Estimated Total Expenses 40,542 63,414 49,764
  • 1 - These figures do not represent your actual fee bill but are estimates.
  • 2 - For students living at home and commuting to the Storrs Campus, “Housing” estimates included are $2,070, “Food” estimates of $2,060 and “Miscellaneous Personal Expenses” of $1,250 per year are included.

NOTE: For information regarding actual current year costs, please visit the Bursar's website.

Based on your enrollment, you will be billed each semester by the Bursar’s Office for tuition, fees, on-campus housing, and meal plan (food), if applicable. Indirect costs such as books, course materials, supplies and equipment, off-campus housing, transportation and miscellaneous personal expenses are not payable to UConn and are estimated to establish your COA and to help you and your family plan for the overall cost of your education. Students who are less-than-full-time will have certain expenses adjusted based on the number of credits for which they are enrolled, usually after the end of each semester’s add/drop period. Students who anticipate less-than-full-time enrollment should advise the Office of Student Financial Aid Services to ensure that their COA and financial aid offers are as accurate as possible.

Undergraduate Students at a Regional Campus (2023-2024)

The total Cost of Attendance (COA) includes estimated direct educational costs and an estimate of indirect costs based on full-time attendance for both Fall and Spring semesters. Fees are an average of the costs at the various regional campuses for the year. These figures do not represent your actual fee bill but are estimates. Students are billed separately for each semester; therefore, the annual amounts described below may be divided by two to determine estimates for a single semester. Please note that dependent students attending a regional campus are assumed to be living with their parents. Dependent students who do NOT plan to live with their parents should complete an Appeal for Increased Cost of Attendance form on the Form Portal. Submit the completed/signed form along with a signed lease or mortgage agreement to the Office of Student Financial Aid Services. We will evaluate your residential status and notify you of any modifications to your financial aid package. Please note that most forms of financial aid are awarded on a funds available basis. Therefore, it is recommended that you complete this appeal (if applicable) as soon as possible. Below are COA estimates for a typical dependent regional campus student living with parents.

Estimated Direct Costs In-State Out-of-State New England Regional
Tuition1 16,332 39,000 25,350
University and Student Fees1 1,126 1,126 1,126
Subtotal Direct Costs 17,458 40,126 26,476
Estimated Indirect Costs In-State Out-of-State New England Regional
Books, Course Materials, Supplies & Equipment 990 990 990
Transportation 2,738 5,536 5,536
Housing 2,070 2,070 2,070
Food 2,060 2,060 2,060
Miscellaneous Personal Expenses 1,250 1,250 1,250
Loan Fees 92 92 92
Subtotal Indirect Costs 9,200 11,998 11,998
In-State Out-of-State New England Regional
Estimated Total Expenses 26,658 52,124 38,474
  • 1 - These figures do not represent your actual fee bill but are estimates and are subject to change.

**Students attending the Stamford Campus who plan to live in on-campus housing will have their estimated Cost of Attendance increased by $13,716 upon confirmation from the Stamford Campus.

Graduate Students (2023-2024)

The total Cost of Attendance (COA) includes estimated direct educational costs and an estimate of indirect costs based on full-time (9-credit) attendance for both Fall and Spring semesters. Graduate students who conduct full-time research or who are Graduate Assistants will have their COA figures adjusted appropriately. These figures do not represent your actual fee bill but are estimates.

Students are billed separately for each semester, therefore, the annual amounts described below may be divided by two to determine estimates for a single semester.

Estimated Direct Costs In-State Out-of-State New England Regional
Tuition1 18,834 40,746 29,730
University and Student Fees1 3,360 3,360 3,360
Subtotal Direct Costs 22,194 44,106 33,090
Estimated Indirect Costs In-State Out-of-State New England Regional
Books, Course Materials, Supplies & Equipment 900 900 900
Transportation 2,420 2,624 2,624
Off-Campus Housing Estimate 11,574 11,574 11,574
On/Off-Campus Food Estimate 6,356 6,356 6,356
Miscellaneous Personal Expenses 2,284 2,284 2,284
Loan Fees 108 108 108
Subtotal Indirect Costs 23,624 23,846 23,846
In-State Out-of-State New England Regional
Estimated Total Expenses 45,836 67,952 56,936
  • 1 - These figures do not represent your actual fee bill but are estimates.

School of Social Work Students (2023-2024)

The total Cost of Attendance (COA) includes estimated direct educational costs and an estimate of indirect costs based on full-time (9-credit) attendance for both Fall and Spring semesters. These figures do not represent your actual fee bill but are estimates.

Students are billed separately for each semester, therefore, the annual amounts described below may be divided by two to determine estimates for a single semester.

Estimated Direct Costs In-State Out-of-State New England Regional
Tuition1 18,834 40,746 29,730
University and Student Fees1 1,124 1,124 1,124
Subtotal Direct Costs 19,958 41,870 30,854
Estimated Indirect Costs In-State Out-of-State New England Regional
Books, Course Materials, Supplies & Equipment 900 900 900
Transportation 2,420 2,624 2,624
Off-Campus Housing Estimate 11,574 11,574 11,574
On/Off-Campus Food Estimate 6,356 6,356 6,356
Miscellaneous Personal Expenses 2,284 2,284 2,284
Loan Fees 108 108 108
Subtotal Indirect Costs 23,642 23,846 23,846
In-State Out-of-State New England Regional
Estimated Total Expenses 43,600 65,716 54,700
  • 1 - These figures do not represent your actual fee bill but are estimates.