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Estimated Cost of Attendance for 2013-14 Academic Year: Engineering Undergraduates

Expenses Resident Non-resident
Tuition and fees1 $13,529 $34,871
Engineering Course and Program Fees2 $     407 $     407
On-Campus Room and Board $12,258 $12,258
Books/Supplies $  1,800 $  1,800
On-Campus Estimated Total3 $27,994 $49,336

1 Residency classification is determined by Colorado state law. The resident tuition amount assumes eligibility for, and authorization for the use of, the College Opportunity Fund (COF) stipend at CU-Boulder. To apply, go to cof.college-access.net/cofapp.

2 Average fees listed. Engineering-specific program fees vary based on course selection. > More info

3 Transportation, medical, and personal cost estimates are not included in these figures because costs can vary depending upon individual circumstances and spending habits.
 

 

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