Cost of Attendance

Cost of Attendance

The Cost of Attendance (COA) is not to be confused with the bill. The COA is determined using rules established by law and combines direct costs (such as tuition and fees and housing and a meal plan, if applicable) as well as indirect costs (such as a housing and food allowance for off-campus students and an allowance for books and supplies and other miscellaneous expenses).

Figures for the 2022-23 COA are listed below.

For actual costs for tuition, fees, housing and meals, please visit stockton.edu/bursars

Costs for the 2022-23 academic year. Flat rate charges are for a student enrolled between 12 and 20 credits per Fall and Spring semester. 

 What Will it Cost to Attend?

  State Resident  

Non Resident 
 (out of state)

Tuition               $12,740/Year   $20,474/Year
Fees $2,448/Year   $2,438/Year
Housing $10,372.00/Year**   $10,372.00/Year**
Meals $3,192.00/Year***   $3,192.00/Year***
Total Direct Net Costs* $28,742.00/Year   $36,476.00/Year


This is not your bill. Bills will be viewable in the goStockton portal early July for the Fall term, late November for the Spring term and mid-April for the Summer term. To view an estimate of your bill, utilize our Bill Estimator.

*Direct Costs are costs that you pay directly to the university. These include Tuition & Fees and Housing & a Meal Plan, if applicable.

**Weighted average of all rooms available.

***Weighted average of all available meal plans. Other meal plan options are available. Students living in certain apartments may have cooking facilities and may choose not to have a meal plan.

 What Other Expenses Should I Budget For?

  State Resident  

Non-Resident

(out of state)

Books & Supplies $1,374.00/Year   $1,374.00/Year
Transportation $907.00/Year   $980.00/Year
Personal Expenses $3,943.00/Year   $3,943.00/Year
Total Indirect Expenses* $6,224.00/Year   $6,297.00/Year


*Indirect expenses include expenses that you may incur while attending school, including books and supplies; however, these are not expenses that you will be billed for by the university.

**Students who are living off campus should still think about the housing and meals costs listed above under direct costs. Housing and meals are indirect expenses to students living off campus.

 Total Estimated Cost of Attendance

  State Resident  

Non-Resident

(out of state)

Total Direct Costs $28,742.00/Year   $36,476.00/Year
Total Indirect Expenses $6,224.00/Year   $6,297.00/Year
Total Estimated Cost of Attendance* $34,966.00/Year   $42,773.00/Year


*This is the total amount of direct and indirect expenses we recommend you plan for.

Costs for the 2022-23 academic year. They are costs based on 12 credits per year.

 What Will it Cost to Attend?

  State Resident  

Non Resident 
 (out of state)

Tuition               $9,564.00/Year   $13,944.00/Year
Fees $1,270.00/Year   $1,270.00/Year
Housing $10,674.00/Year**   $10,674.00/Year**
Meals $3,192.00/Year***   $3,192.00/Year***
Total Direct Net Costs* $24,700.00/Year   $29,080.00/Year


This is not your bill. Bills will be viewable in the goStockton portal early July for the Fall term, late November for the Spring term and mid-April for the Summer term. To view an estimate of your bill, utilize our Bill Estimator.

*Direct Costs are costs that you pay directly to the university. These include Tuition & Fees and Housing & a Meal Plan, if applicable.

**Weighted average of all rooms available.

***Weighted average of all available meal plans. Other meal plan options are available. Students living in certain apartments may have cooking facilities and may choose not to have a meal plan.

 

 What Other Expenses Should I Budget For?

  State Resident  

Non-Resident

(out of state)

Books & Supplies $1,384.00/Year   $1,384.00/Year
Transportation $907.00/Year   $980.00/Year
Personal Expenses $4,088.00/Year   $4,088.00/Year
Total Indirect Expenses* $6,379.00/Year   $6,452.00/Year


*Indirect expenses include expenses that you may incur while attending school, including books and supplies; however, these are not expenses that you will be billed for by the university.

**Students who are living off campus should still think about the housing and meals costs listed above under direct costs. Housing and meals are indirect expenses to students living off campus.

 

 Total Estimated Cost of Attendance

  State Resident  

Non-Resident

(out of state)

Total Direct Costs $24,700.00/Year   $29,080.00/Year
Total Indirect Expenses $6,379.00/Year   $6,452.00/Year
Total Estimated Cost of Attendance* $31,079.00/Year   $35,532.00/Year


*This is the total amount of direct and indirect expenses we recommend you plan for.

 

Costs for the 2022-23 academic year.  They are costs based on 36 credits per year (18 credits per fall and spring semester).

 What Will it Cost to Attend?

  State Resident  

Non Resident 
 (out of state)

Tuition               $28,688.00/Year   $41,830.00/Year
Fees $3,272.00/Year   $3,272.00/Year
Housing $10,674.00/Year**   $10,674.00/Year**
Meals $3,192.00/Year***   $3,192.00/Year***
Total Direct Net Costs* $45,826.00/Year   $58,968.00/Year


This is not your bill. Bills will be viewable in the goStockton portal early July for the Fall term, late November for the Spring term and mid-April for the Summer term. To view an estimate of your bill, utilize our Bill Estimator.

*Direct Costs are costs that you pay directly to the university. These include Tuition & Fees and Housing & a Meal Plan, if applicable.

**Weighted average of all rooms available.

***Weighted average of all available meal plans. Other meal plan options are available. Students living in certain apartments may have cooking facilities and may choose not to have a meal plan.

 

 What Other Expenses Should I Budget For?

  State Resident  

Non-Resident

(out of state)

Books & Supplies $3,096.00/Year   $3,096.00/Year
Transportation $907.00/Year   $980.00/Year
Personal Expenses $4,088.00/Year   $4,088.00/Year
Total Indirect Expenses* $8,091.00/Year   $8,164.00/Year


*Indirect expenses include expenses that you may incur while attending school, including books and supplies; however, these are not expenses that you will be billed for by the university.

**Students who are living off campus should still think about the housing and meals costs listed above under direct costs. Housing and meals are indirect expenses to students living off campus.

 

 Total Estimated Cost of Attendance

  State Resident  

Non-Resident

(out of state)

Total Direct Costs $45,826.00/Year   $58,968.00/Year
Total Indirect Expenses $8,091.00/Year   $8,164.00/Year
Total Estimated Cost of Attendance* $53,917.00/Year   $67,132.00/Year


*This is the total amount of direct and indirect expenses we recommend you plan for.

 

*Illustration based on a 2% increase annually, however fees are subject to change.

 ** Room and Board costs are averages. Actual costs will vary. For actual costs for tuition, fees, room and board, please visit the Bursar's website.

Costs for the 2022-23 academic year. They are costs based on 18 credits per year (9 credits per semester). 

 What Will it Cost to Attend?

  State Resident  

Non Resident 
 (out of state)

Tuition               $14,344.00/Year   $20,914.00/Year 
Fees $1,772.00/Year   $1,772.00/Year
Housing $10,674.00/Year**   $10,674.00/Year**
Meals $3,192.00/Year***   $3,192.00/Year***
Total Direct Net Costs* $29,982.00/Year   $36,552.00/Year


This is not your bill. Bills will be viewable in the goStockton portal early July for the Fall term, late November for the Spring term and mid-April for the Summer term. To view an estimate of your bill, utilize our Bill Estimator.

*Direct Costs are costs that you pay directly to the university. These include Tuition & Fees and Housing & a Meal Plan, if applicable.

**Weighted average of all rooms available.

***Weighted average of all available meal plans. Other meal plan options are available. Students living in certain apartments may have cooking facilities and may choose not to have a meal plan.

 

 What Other Expenses Should I Budget For?

  State Resident  

Non-Resident

(out of state)

Books & Supplies $1,812.00/Year   $1,812.00/Year
Transportation $907.00/Year   $980.00/Year
Personal Expenses $4,088.00/Year   $4,088.00/Year
Total Indirect Expenses* $6,807.00/Year   $6,880.00/Year


*Indirect expenses include expenses that you may incur while attending school, including books and supplies; however, these are not expenses that you will be billed for by the university.

**Students who are living off campus should still think about the housing and meals costs listed above under direct costs. Housing and meals are indirect expenses to students living off campus.

 

 Total Estimated Cost of Attendance

  State Resident  

Non-Resident

(out of state)

Total Direct Costs $29,982.00/Year   $36,552.00/Year
Total Indirect Expenses $6,807.00/Year   $6,880.00/Year
Total Estimated Cost of Attendance* $36,789.00/Year   $43,432.00/Year


*This is the total amount of direct and indirect expenses we recommend you plan for.

 

** Room and Board are averages. Actual costs will vary. For actual costs for tuition, fees, room and board, please visit the Bursar's website.

Costs for the 2022-23 academic year.  They are costs based on 30 credits per year (15 credits per semester). 

 What Will it Cost to Attend?

  State Resident  

Non Resident 
 (out of state)

Tuition               $23,908.00/Year   $34,858.00/Year 
Fees $2,772.00/Year   $2,772.00/Year
Housing $10,674.00/Year**   $10,674.00/Year**
Meals $3,192.00/Year***   $3,192.00/Year***
Total Direct Net Costs* $40,546.00/Year   $51,496.00/Year


This is not your bill. Bills will be viewable in the goStockton portal early July for the Fall term, late November for the Spring term and mid-April for the Summer term. To view an estimate of your bill, utilize our Bill Estimator.

*Direct Costs are costs that you pay directly to the university. These include Tuition & Fees and Housing & a Meal Plan, if applicable.

**Weighted average of all rooms available.

***Weighted average of all available meal plans. Other meal plan options are available. Students living in certain apartments may have cooking facilities and may choose not to have a meal plan.

 

 What Other Expenses Should I Budget For?

  State Resident  

Non-Resident

(out of state)

Books & Supplies $2,668.00/Year   $2,668.00/Year
Transportation $907.00/Year   $980.00/Year
Personal Expenses $4,088.00/Year   $4,088.00/Year
Total Indirect Expenses* $7,663.00/Year   $7,736.00/Year


*Indirect expenses include expenses that you may incur while attending school, including books and supplies; however, these are not expenses that you will be billed for by the university.

**Students who are living off campus should still think about the housing and meals costs listed above under direct costs. Housing and meals are indirect expenses to students living off campus.

 

 Total Estimated Cost of Attendance

  State Resident  

Non-Resident

(out of state)

Total Direct Costs $40,546.00/Year   $51,496.00/Year
Total Indirect Expenses $7,663.00/Year   $7,736.00/Year
Total Estimated Cost of Attendance* $48,209.00/Year   $59,232.00/Year


*This is the total amount of direct and indirect expenses we recommend you plan for.

 

** Room and Board are averages. Actual costs will vary. For actual costs for tuition, fees, room and board, please visit the Bursar's website.

Costs for the 2022-23 academic year.  They are costs based on 12 credits per year (6 credits per semester). 

 What Will it Cost to Attend?

  State Resident  

Non Resident 
 (out of state)

Tuition               $8,262.00/Year   $8,262.00/Year
Fees N/A   N/A
Housing $10,674.00/Year**   $10,674.00/Year**
Meals $3,192.00/Year***   $3,192.00/Year***
Total Direct Net Costs* $22,128.00/Year   $22,128.00/Year


This is not your bill. Bills will be viewable in the goStockton portal early July for the Fall term, late November for the Spring term and mid-April for the Summer term. To view an estimate of your bill, utilize our Bill Estimator.

*Direct Costs are costs that you pay directly to the university. These include Tuition & Fees and Housing & a Meal Plan, if applicable.

**Weighted average of all rooms available.

***Weighted average of all available meal plans. Other meal plan options are available. Students living in certain apartments may have cooking facilities and may choose not to have a meal plan.

 What Other Expenses Should I Budget For?

  State Resident  

Non-Resident

(out of state)

Books & Supplies $1,384.00/Year   $1,384.00/Year
Transportation $980.00/Year   $980.00/Year
Personal Expenses $4,088.00/Year   $4,088.00/Year
Total Indirect Expenses* $6,452.00/Year   $6,452.00/Year


*Indirect expenses include expenses that you may incur while attending school, including books and supplies; however, these are not expenses that you will be billed for by the university.

**Students who are living off campus should still think about the housing and meals costs listed above under direct costs. Housing and meals are indirect expenses to students living off campus.

 Total Estimated Cost of Attendance

  State Resident  

Non-Resident

(out of state)

Total Direct Costs $22,128.00/Year   $22,128.00/Year
Total Indirect Expenses $6,452.00/Year   $6,452.00/Year
Total Estimated Cost of Attendance* $28,580.00/Year   $28,580.00/Year


*This is the total amount of direct and indirect expenses we recommend you plan for.

 

** Room and Board are averages. Actual costs will vary. For actual costs for tuition, fees, room and board, please visit the Bursar's website.

Costs for the 2022-23 academic year.  They are costs based on 36 credits per year (18 credits per semester).

 What Will it Cost to Attend?

  State Resident  

Non Resident 
 (out of state)

Tuition               $31,126.00/Year   $47,456.00/Year
Fees $3,272.00/Year   $3,272.00/Year
Housing $10,674.00/Year**   $10,674.00/Year**
Meals $3,192.00/Year***   $3,192.00/Year***
Total Direct Net Costs* $48,264.00/Year   $64,594.00/Year


This is not your bill. Bills will be viewable in the goStockton portal early July for the Fall term, late November for the Spring term and mid-April for the Summer term. To view an estimate of your bill, utilize our Bill Estimator.

*Direct Costs are costs that you pay directly to the university. These include Tuition & Fees and Housing & a Meal Plan, if applicable.

**Weighted average of all rooms available.

***Weighted average of all available meal plans. Other meal plan options are available. Students living in certain apartments may have cooking facilities and may choose not to have a meal plan.

 

 What Other Expenses Should I Budget For?

  State Resident  

Non-Resident

(out of state)

Books & Supplies $3,096.00/Year   $3,096.00/Year
Transportation $907.00/Year   $980.00/Year
Personal Expenses $4,088.00/Year   $4,088.00/Year
Total Indirect Expenses* $8,091.00/Year   $8,164.00/Year


*Indirect expenses include expenses that you may incur while attending school, including books and supplies; however, these are not expenses that you will be billed for by the university.

**Students who are living off campus should still think about the housing and meals costs listed above under direct costs. Housing and meals are indirect expenses to students living off campus.

 

 Total Estimated Cost of Attendance

  State Resident  

Non-Resident

(out of state)

Total Direct Costs $48,264.00/Year   $64,594.00/Year
Total Indirect Expenses $8,091.00/Year   $8,164.00/Year
Total Estimated Cost of Attendance* $56,355.00/Year   $72,758.00/Year


*This is the total amount of direct and indirect expenses we recommend you plan for.

 

** Room and Board-Actual costs will vary. For actual costs for tuition, fees, room and board, please visit the  Bursar's website.

Costs for the 2021-22 academic year. They are costs based on 12 credits per year (6 credits per semester).

 What Will it Cost to Attend?

  State Resident  

Non Resident 
 (out of state)

Tuition               $10,375.00/Year   $15,819.00/Year
Fees $1,271.00/Year   $1,271.00/Year
Housing $10,674.00/Year**   $10,674.00/Year**
Meals $3,192.00/Year***   $3,192.00/Year***
Total Direct Net Costs* $25,512.00/Year   $30,956.00/Year


This is not your bill. Bills will be viewable in the goStockton portal early July for the Fall term, late November for the Spring term and mid-April for the Summer term. To view an estimate of your bill, utilize our Bill Estimator.

*Direct Costs are costs that you pay directly to the university. These include Tuition & Fees and Housing & a Meal Plan, if applicable.

**Weighted average of all rooms available.

***Weighted average of all available meal plans. Other meal plan options are available. Students living in certain apartments may have cooking facilities and may choose not to have a meal plan.

 What Other Expenses Should I Budget For?

  State Resident  

Non-Resident

(out of state)

Books & Supplies $1,384.00/Year   $,1384.00/Year
Transportation $907.00/Year   $980.00/Year
Personal Expenses $4,088.00/Year   $4,088.00/Year
Total Indirect Expenses* $6,397.00/Year   $6,452.00/Year


*Indirect expenses include expenses that you may incur while attending school, including books and supplies; however, these are not expenses that you will be billed for by the university.

**Students who are living off campus should still think about the housing and meals costs listed above under direct costs. Housing and meals are indirect expenses to students living off campus.

 Total Estimated Cost of Attendance

  State Resident  

Non-Resident

(out of state)

Total Direct Costs $25,512.00/Year   $30,956.00/Year
Total Indirect Expenses $6,397.00/Year   $6,452.00/Year
Total Estimated Cost of Attendance* $31,909.00/Year   $37,408.00/Year


*This is the total amount of direct and indirect expenses we recommend you plan for.

 

** Room and Board are averages. Actual costs will vary. For actual costs for tuition, fees, room and board, please visit the Bursar's website.

Additional Information: 18 Ways to Cut your Costs for College Attendance

In an effort to assist our students with understanding the options available to pay for educational expenses, we have created an informative guide that provides students with cost saving ideas when budgeting college expenses. Learn about 18 Ways to Cut your Costs for College Attendance. View the document, translated in Spanish, here.