2018 Average College Tuition, Fees, and Living Costs

Costs of Attendance

For academic year 2017-2018, the average cost of attendance (COA) is $33,356 for undergrduate schools and $33,151 for graduate schools. Following table and charts illustrate costs of attendance including tuition, fees, books & supplies, and living costs by degree offering and residence type.
Tuition & FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
In-StateOut-of-StateOn-CampusOff-Campus
Undergraduate$5,794$18,470 $1,763$13,123$13,181
Graduate$10,734$18,266 $1,763$13,123$13,181

Undergraduate Tuition & Fees

For academic year 2017-2018, the average undergraduate tuition & fees is $5,794 for in-state students and $18,470 for out-of-state students. Following table and charts illustrate tuition and fees by school controls and levels.
In-StateOut-of-State
TuitionFeesTuitionFees
Average$4,702$1,092 $17,395$1,076
Public Schools$4,702$1,092 $11,279$1,246
4 Years or High$6,965$1,720 $17,182$1,937
2-4 Years$2,924$601 $6,831$732
Less Than 2 Years$7,160- $6,389$692
Private Schools-- $21,509$929
4 Years or High-- $23,352$898
2-4 Years-- $13,354$1,123
Less Than 2 Years-- $10,438$626

Graduate Tuition & Fees

For academic year 2017-2018, the average graduate tuition & fees is $10,734 for in-state students and $18,266 for out-of-state students. Following table and charts illustrate tuition and fees by school controls and levels.
In-StateOut-of-State
TuitionFeesTuitionFees
Average Costs$9,180$1,555$17,275$991
Public Schools$9,180$1,555$18,281$1,598
Private Schools--$16,830$660

Room & Board, Other Living Costs

For academic year 2017-2018, the average On-campus living costs is $13,123 and off-campus living costs is $13,181. Following table and charts illustrate living costs and other expenses by school controls and levels.
On-CampusOff-Campus
Room & BoardOther ExpensesRoom & BoardOther Expenses
Average$10,013$3,110$9,253$3,927
Public Schools$9,388$3,324 $9,260$3,915
4 Years or High$10,114$3,367 $9,852$3,778
2-4 Years$7,009$3,193 $8,696$4,056
Less Than 2 Years$6,036$1,200 $8,117$3,674
Private Schools$10,386$2,982 $9,249$3,936
4 Years or High$10,443$2,954 $9,437$3,721
2-4 Years$9,072$3,673 $8,647$4,962
Less Than 2 Years$5,300$3,800 $7,365$3,642

Part-time Tuiion & Fees per Credit Hous

For academic year 2017-2018, the undergraduate costs per credit hour is $202 for in-state students and $616 for out-of-state students. For graduate schools, the cost per credit hour is $467 for in-state students and $779 for out-of-state students. Following table and charts illustrate the average costs credit per hour by school controls and levels.
UndergraduateGraduate
In-StateOut-of-StateIn-StateOut-of-State
Average$202$616 $467$779
Public Schools$202$469 $467$877
4 Years or High$297$734 $467$877
2-4 Years$134$275 --
Less Than 2 Years$106$106 --
Private Schools-$743 -$737
4 Years or High-$799 -$737
2-4 Years-$403 -$390
Less Than 2 Years-$355 --
2-4 years and less than 2 years colleges do not offer graduate programs or not report its costs.

SUNY Community Colleges 2018 Tuition Comparison

SUNY - Community Colleges has 29 campuses in United States ( and Inhabited territory). Total 207,008 students are enrolled in one of those campuses for academic year 2017-2018. The average graduation rate of the SUNY - Community Colleges campuses is 27.34% and the average student to faculty ratio is 19.14:1.
Table. SUNY - Community Colleges 29 Campuses Overview
Campus NameHighest DegreeStudent Population Graduation RateStudent to Faculty Ratio
Adirondack Community CollegeQueensbury, NY Associate's degree3,776 22% 18:1
Cayuga County Community CollegeAuburn, NY Associate's degree4,297 26% 27:1
Clinton Community CollegePlattsburgh, NY Associate's degree1,611 33% 16:1
Columbia-Greene Community CollegeHudson, NY Associate's degree1,643 36% 15:1
Corning Community CollegeCorning, NY Associate's degree3,911 30% 19:1
Dutchess Community CollegePoughkeepsie, NY Associate's degree9,346 25% 22:1
Erie Community CollegeBuffalo, NY Associate's degree11,278 22% 17:1
Finger Lakes Community CollegeCanandaigua, NY Associate's degree6,520 27% 21:1
Fulton-Montgomery Community CollegeJohnstown, NY Associate's degree2,634 34% 18:1
Genesee Community CollegeBatavia, NY Associate's degree6,135 26% 15:1
Herkimer County Community CollegeHerkimer, NY Associate's degree2,645 35% 16:1
Hudson Valley Community CollegeTroy, NY Associate's degree11,587 26% 20:1
Jamestown Community CollegeJamestown, NY Associate's degree4,617 36% 17:1
Jefferson Community CollegeWatertown, NY Associate's degree3,632 28% 17:1
Mohawk Valley Community CollegeUtica, NY Associate's degree6,625 31% 18:1
Monroe Community CollegeRochester, NY Associate's degree13,587 23% 22:1
Nassau Community CollegeGarden City, NY Associate's degree20,374 23% 20:1
Niagara County Community CollegeSanborn, NY Associate's degree5,893 29% 17:1
North Country Community CollegeSaranac Lake, NY Associate's degree1,931 36% 15:1
Onondaga Community CollegeSyracuse, NY Associate's degree12,640 21% 25:1
Orange County Community CollegeMiddletown, NY Associate's degree6,925 20% 19:1
Rockland Community CollegeSuffern, NY Associate's degree7,177 27% 21:1
Schenectady County Community CollegeSchenectady, NY Associate's degree4,745 19% 23:1
Suffolk County Community CollegeSelden, NY Associate's degree27,066 24% 26:1
Sullivan County Community CollegeLoch Sheldrake, NY Associate's degree1,610 26% 17:1
SUNY Broome Community CollegeBinghamton, NY Associate's degree5,702 30% 20:1
SUNY Westchester Community CollegeValhalla, NY Associate's degree12,842 17% 16:1
Tompkins Cortland Community CollegeDryden, NY Associate's degree2,843 26% 18:1
Ulster County Community CollegeStone Ridge, NY Associate's degree3,416 35% 20:1
AverageTotal 207,00827.34%19.14:1

SUNY - Community Colleges 29 Campuses 2018 Tuition Comparison

Next table and chart illustrate the college costs including tuition & fees, books & supplies, and living costs of SUNY - Community Colleges 29 Campuses. The cost data officially published by IPEDS, U.S. Department of Education.
Undergraduate Graduate
The 2018 average undergraduate tuition & fees of is $5,209 for state residents and $9,840 for other students. The living costs are $12,223 when a student lives on-campus housing facilities and $11,737 when living off campus in average. In this year, Adirondack Community College campus has the highest tuition and living costs of $26,096 based on out-of-state tuition & fees and on-campus living costs.
Table. Undergraduate Tuition and Other Costs Comparison Between SUNY - Community Colleges 29 Campuses
CampusTuition & FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
In-StateOut-of-StateOn-CampusOff-Campus
Adirondack Community College $5,119$9,511$1,800$14,785$13,475
Cayuga County Community College $5,116$9,660$1,250-$10,853
Clinton Community College $5,782$11,038$1,100$11,732$12,525
Columbia-Greene Community College $4,888$9,424$1,200-$9,616
Corning Community College $5,076$9,594$1,200$10,984$11,700
Dutchess Community College $4,236$7,932$1,400$13,950$13,950
Erie Community College $5,575$10,141$1,100-$8,511
Finger Lakes Community College $5,096$9,618$912-$12,716
Fulton-Montgomery Community College $5,020$9,470$900$14,550$14,550
Genesee Community College $4,580$5,180$1,255$10,240$10,240
Herkimer County Community College $5,120$8,250$1,150$11,330$11,330
Hudson Valley Community College $5,632$12,532$1,200-$9,608
Jamestown Community College $5,670$10,420$1,100$12,200$11,750
Jefferson Community College $5,257$8,017$1,500$14,666$14,666
Mohawk Valley Community College $5,058$9,308$1,570$11,815$11,925
Monroe Community College $5,139$9,419$1,200$11,250$11,250
Nassau Community College $5,632$10,734$1,800-$17,350
Niagara County Community College $4,698$11,034$1,500-$12,748
North Country Community College $5,614$11,990$1,500$12,150$12,150
Onondaga Community College $5,154$9,724$1,230$10,556$10,556
Orange County Community College $5,398$10,174$1,500-$9,816
Rockland Community College $5,037$9,623$1,320-$13,450
Schenectady County Community College $4,593$8,529$1,200-$11,767
Suffolk County Community College $5,600$10,470$1,500$9,680$9,680
Sullivan County Community College $5,690$10,504$1,450$11,648$11,648
SUNY Broome Community College $5,165$9,747$1,400$13,398$9,186
SUNY Westchester Community College $4,743$12,233$2,000-$12,700
Tompkins Cortland Community College $6,014$11,264$1,200$12,850$12,850
Ulster County Community College $5,354$9,834$1,000-$7,800
Average$5,209$9,840$1,325$12,223$11,737
The 2018 average graduate tuition & fees of is - for state residents and - for other students. The living costs are $12,223 when a student lives on-campus housing facilities and $11,737 when living off campus in average.
Table. Graduate Tuition and Other Costs Comparison Between SUNY - Community Colleges 29 Campuses
CampusTuition & FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
In-StateOut-of-StateOn-CampusOff-Campus
Adirondack Community College Adirondack Community College Campus does not offer graduate programs.
Cayuga County Community College Cayuga County Community College Campus does not offer graduate programs.
Clinton Community College Clinton Community College Campus does not offer graduate programs.
Columbia-Greene Community College Columbia-Greene Community College Campus does not offer graduate programs.
Corning Community College Corning Community College Campus does not offer graduate programs.
Dutchess Community College Dutchess Community College Campus does not offer graduate programs.
Erie Community College Erie Community College Campus does not offer graduate programs.
Finger Lakes Community College Finger Lakes Community College Campus does not offer graduate programs.
Fulton-Montgomery Community College Fulton-Montgomery Community College Campus does not offer graduate programs.
Genesee Community College Genesee Community College Campus does not offer graduate programs.
Herkimer County Community College Herkimer County Community College Campus does not offer graduate programs.
Hudson Valley Community College Hudson Valley Community College Campus does not offer graduate programs.
Jamestown Community College Jamestown Community College Campus does not offer graduate programs.
Jefferson Community College Jefferson Community College Campus does not offer graduate programs.
Mohawk Valley Community College Mohawk Valley Community College Campus does not offer graduate programs.
Monroe Community College Monroe Community College Campus does not offer graduate programs.
Nassau Community College Nassau Community College Campus does not offer graduate programs.
Niagara County Community College Niagara County Community College Campus does not offer graduate programs.
North Country Community College North Country Community College Campus does not offer graduate programs.
Onondaga Community College Onondaga Community College Campus does not offer graduate programs.
Orange County Community College Orange County Community College Campus does not offer graduate programs.
Rockland Community College Rockland Community College Campus does not offer graduate programs.
Schenectady County Community College Schenectady County Community College Campus does not offer graduate programs.
Suffolk County Community College Suffolk County Community College Campus does not offer graduate programs.
Sullivan County Community College Sullivan County Community College Campus does not offer graduate programs.
SUNY Broome Community College SUNY Broome Community College Campus does not offer graduate programs.
SUNY Westchester Community College SUNY Westchester Community College Campus does not offer graduate programs.
Tompkins Cortland Community College Tompkins Cortland Community College Campus does not offer graduate programs.
Ulster County Community College Ulster County Community College Campus does not offer graduate programs.
Average--$1,325$12,223$11,737

SUNY Technology Colleges 2018 Tuition Comparison

SUNY - Technology Colleges has 8 campuses in United States ( and Inhabited territory). Total 36,069 students are enrolled in one of those campuses for academic year 2017-2018. The average acceptance ratio over all campuses is 60.00% . The average graduation rate of the SUNY - Technology Colleges campuses is 47.13% and the average student to faculty ratio is 17.38:1.
Table. SUNY - Technology Colleges 8 Campuses Overview
Campus NameHighest DegreeStudent PopulationAcceptance Ratio Graduation RateStudent to Faculty Ratio
Farmingdale State CollegeFarmingdale, NY Bachelor's degree9,235 44% 49% 20:1
Fashion Institute of TechnologyNew York, NY Master's degree9,261 41% 77% 17:1
Morrisville State CollegeMorrisville, NY Bachelor's degree3,003 58% 28% 16:1
SUNY College of Agriculture and Technology at CobleskillCobleskill, NY Bachelor's degree2,287 73% 41% 18:1
SUNY College of Technology at AlfredAlfred, NY Bachelor's degree3,735 57% 48% 18:1
SUNY College of Technology at CantonCanton, NY Bachelor's degree3,205 85% 36% 18:1
SUNY College of Technology at DelhiDelhi, NY Master's degree3,511 54% 41% 16:1
SUNY Maritime CollegeThroggs Neck, NY Master's degree1,832 68% 57% 16:1
AverageTotal 36,06960.00%47.13%17.38:1

SUNY - Technology Colleges 8 Campuses 2018 Tuition Comparison

Next table and chart illustrate the college costs including tuition & fees, books & supplies, and living costs of SUNY - Technology Colleges 8 Campuses. The cost data officially published by IPEDS, U.S. Department of Education.
Undergraduate Graduate
The 2018 average undergraduate tuition & fees of is $7,793 for state residents and $14,867 for other students. The living costs are $15,455 when a student lives on-campus housing facilities and $16,558 when living off campus in average. In this year, Morrisville State College campus has the highest tuition and living costs of $36,468 based on out-of-state tuition & fees and on-campus living costs.
Table. Undergraduate Tuition and Other Costs Comparison Between SUNY - Technology Colleges 8 Campuses
CampusTuition & FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
In-StateOut-of-StateOn-CampusOff-Campus
Farmingdale State College $8,076$17,726$1,200$14,892$17,343
Fashion Institute of Technology $5,483$14,863$1,850$16,095$21,708
Morrisville State College $8,249$17,899$1,400$17,169$17,169
SUNY College of Agriculture and Technology at Cobleskill $8,139$17,789$1,200$15,474$15,626
SUNY College of Technology at Alfred $8,075$8,327$1,200$15,332$14,341
SUNY College of Technology at Canton $8,130$12,320$1,300$14,455$16,055
SUNY College of Technology at Delhi $8,120$12,290$1,600$14,490$14,490
SUNY Maritime College $8,074$17,724$1,500$15,734$15,734
Average$7,793$14,867$1,406$15,455$16,558
The 2018 average graduate tuition & fees of is $11,159 for state residents and $20,702 for other students. The living costs are $15,455 when a student lives on-campus housing facilities and $16,558 when living off campus in average.
Table. Graduate Tuition and Other Costs Comparison Between SUNY - Technology Colleges 8 Campuses
CampusTuition & FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
In-StateOut-of-StateOn-CampusOff-Campus
Farmingdale State College Farmingdale State College Campus does not offer graduate programs.
Fashion Institute of Technology $11,998$23,691$1,850$16,095$21,708
Morrisville State College Morrisville State College Campus does not offer graduate programs.
SUNY College of Agriculture and Technology at Cobleskill SUNY College of Agriculture and Technology at Cobleskill Campus does not offer graduate programs.
SUNY College of Technology at Alfred SUNY College of Technology at Alfred Campus does not offer graduate programs.
SUNY College of Technology at Canton SUNY College of Technology at Canton Campus does not offer graduate programs.
SUNY College of Technology at Delhi $11,265$13,435$1,600$14,490$14,490
SUNY Maritime College $11,333$22,673$1,500$15,734$15,734
Average$11,159$20,702$1,406$15,455$16,558

SUNY - University Centers 2018 Tuition Comparison

SUNY - University Centers has 4 campuses in United States ( and Inhabited territory). Total 90,583 students are enrolled in one of those campuses for academic year 2017-2018. The average acceptance ratio over all campuses is 49.75% . The average graduation rate of the SUNY - University Centers campuses is 73.75% and the average student to faculty ratio is 16.75:1.
Table. SUNY - University Centers 4 Campuses Overview
Campus NameHighest DegreeStudent PopulationAcceptance Ratio Graduation RateStudent to Faculty Ratio
Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY Doctor's degree25,734 41% 72% 17:1
SUNY at AlbanyAlbany, NY Doctor's degree17,373 56% 66% 18:1
SUNY at BinghamtonVestal, NY Doctor's degree17,292 42% 83% 19:1
University at BuffaloBuffalo, NY Doctor's degree30,184 60% 74% 13:1
AverageTotal 90,58349.75%73.75%16.75:1

SUNY - University Centers 4 Campuses 2018 Tuition Comparison

Next table and chart illustrate the college costs including tuition & fees, books & supplies, and living costs of SUNY - University Centers 4 Campuses. The cost data officially published by IPEDS, U.S. Department of Education.
Undergraduate Graduate
The 2018 average undergraduate tuition & fees of is $9,525 for state residents and $25,652 for other students. The living costs are $15,309 when a student lives on-campus housing facilities and $15,490 when living off campus in average. In this year, University at Buffalo campus has the highest tuition and living costs of $43,398 based on out-of-state tuition & fees and on-campus living costs.
Table. Undergraduate Tuition and Other Costs Comparison Between SUNY - University Centers 4 Campuses
CampusTuition & FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
In-StateOut-of-StateOn-CampusOff-Campus
Stony Brook University $9,257$26,767$900$15,314$19,335
SUNY at Albany $9,490$24,370$1,000$15,192$11,823
SUNY at Binghamton $9,523$24,403$1,000$15,577$15,577
University at Buffalo $9,828$27,068$1,177$15,153$15,225
Average$9,525$25,652$1,019$15,309$15,490
The 2018 average graduate tuition & fees of is $12,924 for state residents and $24,264 for other students. The living costs are $15,309 when a student lives on-campus housing facilities and $15,490 when living off campus in average.
Table. Graduate Tuition and Other Costs Comparison Between SUNY - University Centers 4 Campuses
CampusTuition & FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
In-StateOut-of-StateOn-CampusOff-Campus
Stony Brook University $12,635$23,975$900$15,314$19,335
SUNY at Albany $12,732$24,072$1,000$15,192$11,823
SUNY at Binghamton $12,946$24,286$1,000$15,577$15,577
University at Buffalo $13,384$24,724$1,177$15,153$15,225
Average$12,924$24,264$1,019$15,309$15,490