Cost of Attendance
Cost of Attendance at Franklin University
Estimate costs for education and living expenses with our student budget example.
The Cost of Attendance (COA) is the total estimated amount it will cost you to attend Franklin University during the award year. Your COA estimate can include costs for the following items:
- Tuition and fees
- Room and board
- Books and supplies
- Personal and miscellaneous expenses
Other costs allowed but not automatically built into your budget include child care, elder care, or a computer purchase. To include these items in your budget, you must notify the Financial Aid office of the costs and provide supporting documentation.
View our Student Budget Example
These 2013-14 COA estimators are provided for consumer information (the 2014-15 estimator will be available in April). These COA models assist with the determination of your financial aid eligibility and include estimated costs of all expenses associated with attending Franklin University.
- If you have filed the FAFSA for the 2013-14 year and have received your award letter, please refer to the first page of your letter to obtain your actual cost of attendance.
- If you have NOT filed the FAFSA, the following 2013-14 COA models can be used to determine a best estimate of your educational expenses:
Note: Financial aid funds and outside assistance provided to you by other sources cannot exceed the total cost of attendance for the terms you are enrolled. If you are receiving assistance from outside sources not awarded to you by Franklin University, you must disclose this information to the Financial Aid office by submitting the appropriate year Declaration of Outside Tuition Assistance form which is available on our Financial Aid Forms page.
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