SUNY - Statutory Colleges 2018 Tuition and Fees Comparison

SUNY - Statutory Colleges has 5 campuses in United States ( and Inhabited territory). Total 8,614 students are enrolled in one of those campuses for academic year 2017-2018. The average acceptance ratio over all campuses is 56.00% . The average graduation rate of the SUNY - Statutory Colleges campuses is 59.50% and the average student to faculty ratio is 9.75:1.
Table. SUNY - Statutory Colleges 5 Campuses Overview
Campus NameHighest DegreeStudent PopulationAcceptance Ratio Graduation RateStudent to Faculty Ratio
SUNY College of Environmental Science and ForestrySyracuse, NY Doctor's degree2,186 52% 75% 12:1
SUNY College of OptometryNew York, NY Doctor's degree401 - - -
SUNY Downstate Medical CenterBrooklyn, NY Doctor's degree1,839 - - 9:1
SUNY Polytechnic InstituteUtica, NY Doctor's degree2,697 60% 44% 12:1
Upstate Medical UniversitySyracuse, NY Doctor's degree1,491 - - 6:1
AverageTotal 8,61456.00%59.50%9.75:1

SUNY - Statutory Colleges 5 Campuses 2018 Tuition Comparison

Next table and chart illustrate the college costs including tuition & fees, books & supplies, and living costs of SUNY - Statutory Colleges 5 Campuses. The cost data officially published by IPEDS, U.S. Department of Education.
Undergraduate Graduate
The 2018 average undergraduate tuition & fees of is $7,835 for state residents and $16,162 for other students. The living costs are $16,000 when a student lives on-campus housing facilities and $13,668 when living off campus in average. In this year, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry campus has the highest tuition and living costs of $36,953 based on out-of-state tuition & fees and on-campus living costs.
Table. Undergraduate Tuition and Other Costs Comparison Between SUNY - Statutory Colleges 5 Campuses
CampusTuition & FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
In-StateOut-of-StateOn-CampusOff-Campus
SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry $8,543$18,193$1,200$17,560$11,215
SUNY College of Optometry SUNY College of Optometry Campus does not offer undergraduate programs.
SUNY Downstate Medical Center $7,274$16,924---
SUNY Polytechnic Institute $7,998$17,648$1,400$14,440$16,120
Upstate Medical University $7,525$17,175---
Average$7,835$16,162$1,470$16,000$13,668
The 2018 average graduate tuition & fees of is $12,120 for state residents and $23,454 for other students. The living costs are $16,000 when a student lives on-campus housing facilities and $13,668 when living off campus in average.
Table. Graduate Tuition and Other Costs Comparison Between SUNY - Statutory Colleges 5 Campuses
CampusTuition & FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
In-StateOut-of-StateOn-CampusOff-Campus
SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry $12,535$23,875$1,200$17,560$11,215
SUNY College of Optometry $12,670$24,010$1,809--
SUNY Downstate Medical Center $11,474$22,814---
SUNY Polytechnic Institute $12,198$23,538$1,400$14,440$16,120
Upstate Medical University $11,725$23,032---
Average$12,120$23,454$1,470$16,000$13,668

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