MBA estimated cost of attendance 2017-2018
The Cost of Attendance (COA) is an estimate for educational related expenses for a single person established by the university for the nine month academic period. The COA is based on federal guidelines and is utilized to determine a student’s eligibility for federal financial aid. Listed below is the estimated COA for the 2017-2018 academic year and is used for budgeting purposes. Please note that the COA is updated annually (March) and does not include summer enrollment or anticipated expenses for spouses and dependents.
Freeman School Tuition
(Currently, $1,575 per credit hour for the 2017-2018 academic year) - This cost per credit hour of $1,575 assumes that a student registers for a normally progressing average course load of at least 30.5 credit hours per year and is subject to future annual increases based on university tuition rates. Fellowship applies to tuition only, and tuition is updated annually in March of each year.
Academic Support Services Fee
This fee entitles a student to use the supplementary services of the university library, certain computer services, data and voice hookups, Educational Resources and Counseling, and other academic support services. The cost of the Academic Support Service fee is $100 per credit hour.
Global Leadership Course Fee
Each of the four Global Leadership courses is assessed a mandatory course fee of $1,775 (2 per year), to cover administrative program costs, lodging and some meals while students work with leading executives around the globe on strategic and corporate planning efforts. The course fee does not include the cost of flights from the US to the abroad destination. Please note that students who apply for federal need-based financial aid may request additional expenses in their budget to help defray the cost of airfare for international travel.
Health Center Fee
A mandatory fee of $320 per semester provides for primary health care at the Tulane Student Health Center, health education programs, drug and alcohol counseling, and Tulane Emergency Service (TEMS). The total
Health Center Fee is $640 per year.
Student Activity Fee and Recreation Center Fee
These two separate mandatory university fees. The Student Activity Fee of $120 per semester entitles students to participate in or attend supported activities, readership of a weekly student newspaper, admission to athletic events, movies, concerts and lectures. The Recreation Center Fee of $180 per semester covers membership at the Reily Student Recreation center. The two fees combined are $600 per year.
Tuition and University Fees (Domestic Students)
Additional Allowable Expenses (may be included in student loan requests)
Room & Board
Estimated budget for rent, utilities and meals for a nine month academic period for a single student.
Students may request that the cost of a new computer (and other specific allowable expenses) up to $2,500 be added to their budget. Please refer to the Financial Aid website for specifics about the “Financial Aid
Policy for Inclusion of Computer Cost” to include this one-time expense in a financial aid award.
Health Insurance Premium
The university requires that all degree-seeking students enrolled in 3 or more credit hours carry adequate medical insurance. As such, you must either (1) enroll in the university-sponsored health insurance plan or (2) waive enrollment in this plan by providing proof of other adequate coverage. This enrollment/waiver requirement must be met by September 8, 2017. The university's health insurance plan, through United Healthcare Student Resources, will be effective August 19, 2017 - August 18, 2018. This year’s premium is $2,674, payable in two equal installments in the fall and the spring. Summer coverage is available for an additional charge. Contact Shone Scretchings (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
Estimated allowance for local transportation during the nine month academic period.
Estimated allowance per year of program for books and supplies.
Estimated allowance for other essential expenses during the nine month academic period.
Last Updated 4/13/15