Cost of Attendance Components
In order to determine a student’s financial aid eligibility, an estimated Cost of Attendance (COA) for financial aid applicants must be established. A combination of the following applicable components is used to determine the COA for Lycoming students for the 2023-2024 academic year. The applicable components are determined by the student’s enrollment status (full-time /part-time), year in college, housing status (on campus / off campus), and dependency status.
|*Tuition Costs (12 to 16 credits per semester)
|Food & Housing (on campus students)
Dependent or Independent student
Living Expenses Average Cost
|Living Expenses Commuter Dependent Student living with parent(s)
|Living Expenses Commuter Dependent Student not living with parent
|Living Expenses Independent Off Campus Student with no dependents
|Living Expenses Independent Off Campus Student with one dependent
|First-Year Student Fee (one-time fee for new first year student, charged the semester the student begins enrollment)
|Commuter Fees (includes activity fee of $200 and technology fee of $250 – full-time students only)
|Resident Student Fees (activity fee of $200, a technology fee of $450, laundry fee of $80 – full-time students only)
|Books, course materials, supplies, and equipment
|Miscellaneous personal expenses
|Average Federal Stafford Loan fee (if borrowing)
|Health Insurance (charged in the fall semester and student is insured for the year. Charge for spring only enrollment is $816. May be waived with proof of adequate insurance).
*Tuition charges for less than full-time students (enrolled in less than 12 credits) are charged on a per credit basis. The per credit charge is $1,460. Lycoming scholarships and grants are not available for students who are less than full-time. Credits in excess of 16 (referred to as an overload) are also charged on a per credit basis of $1,460. Grants and scholarships are not increased for overload charges.