The cost of education is the amount the University estimates that the student will spend to attend college for the academic year. The cost of education usually includes tuition fees, room and board, books, supplies, transportation, and miscellaneous personal expenses. Room and board will vary depending on which CSU campus the student attends and whether or not the student lives with parents, in a University residence hall, or off-campus. Students should not eliminate any college under consideration as a result of their estimate. Rather, keep all college options open and discuss any financing concerns directly with college financial aid officials. Please note, if the student is not a resident of the state of California, the amounts of the grants and/or loans may be affected.

Academic Year 2022-2023

Undergraduate

Costs for Living With Parents Living On-Campus Living Off-Campus
Tuition Fees $5,742 $5,742 $5,742
Campus Fees $1,994 $1,994 $1,994
Books and Supplies $1,252 $1,252 $1,252
Room and Board $8,120 $11,382 $16,904
Transportation $1,784 $1,134 $1,438
Personal/Misc. $2,570 $2,140 $2,766
Total $21,462 $23,644 $30,096

 

Credential

Costs for Living With Parents Living On-Campus Living Off-Campus
Tuition Fees $6,660 $6,660 $6,660
Campus Fees $1,994 $1,994 $1,994
Books and Supplies $1,252 $1,252 $1,252
Room and Board $8,120 $11,382 $16,904
Transportation $1,784 $1,134 $1,438
Personal/Misc. $2,570 $2,140 $2,766
Total $22,380 $24,562 $31,014

 

Graduate

Costs for Living With Parents Living On-Campus Living Off-Campus
Tuition Fees $7,176 $7,176 $7,176
Campus Fees $1,994 $1,994 $1,994
Books and Supplies $1,252 $1,252 $1,252
Room and Board $8,120 $11,382 $16,904
Transportation $1,784 $1,134 $1,438
Personal/Misc. $2,570 $2,140 $2,766
Total $22,896 $25,078 $31,530

For Informational purposes only: In accordance with California Assembly Bill 990 the Stanislaus State provides the typical market cost of a one-bedroom apartment in the Turlock, CA area.

1 Bedroom: $1,204.00 per month

The Room and Board expenses included in the off-campus Cost of Attendance represent the typical costs students pay when enrolled at Stanislaus State. Actual costs of room and board will vary. Many students living off-campus have roommates, which decreases their housing costs.

Cost of Attendance 2021-2022
Undergraduate                
  With Parents   On-Campus   Off-Campus      
State University Tuition Fees $5,742   $5,742   $5,742      
Campus Fees $1,902   $1,902   $1,902      
Books and Supplies $1,226   $1,226   $1,226      
Room and Board $7,000   $11,576   $15,466      
Transportation $1,692   $1,076   $1,364      
Personal/Misc $2,100   $2,058   $2,462      
Total $19,662   $23,580   $28,162      
                 
Credential                
State University Tuition Fees $6,660   $6,660   $6,660      
Campus Fees $1,902   $1,902   $1,902      
Books and Supplies $1,226   $1,226   $1,226      
Room and Board $7,000   $11,576   $15,466      
Transportation $1,692   $1,076   $1,364      
Personal/Misc $2,100   $2,058   $2,462      
Total $20,580   $24,498   $29,080      
                 
Graduate                
State University Tuition Fees $7,176   $7,176   $7,176   $270 per Grad Business Fee
Campus Fees $1,902   $1,902   $1,902  
Books and Supplies $1,226   $1,226   $1,226      
Room and Board $7,000   $11,576   $15,466   $396 per non resident unit
Transportation $1,692   $1,076   $1,364  
Personal/Misc $2,100   $2,058   $2,462      
Total $21,096   $25,014   $29,596      

Course fees, if applicable. See the schedule of classes for detailed information on course fees. Graduate Business Professional Fee $270.00 per unit in addition to the above tuition fees. The international and Non-Resident fee is $396.00 per unit in addition to the above tuition fees.

Describe in writing the type(s) and amount(s) of unanticipated, education-related expenses (dental, medical, optical, child care, transportation, etc.)you have/will incur during the academic year for which you are requesting additional financial aid funding. Attach copies of bills or receipts for each expense.

The financial aid application you submit allows a processor for the U.S. Department of Education to apply a standard formula to the information you have provided and determine your eligibility for financial aid. Contribution (EFC) number, the amount you and/or your family are expected to contribute toward your education.

When we receive all application materials required for your file, a counselor reviews the application in a process called "need analysis". In need analysis, income and set information from both the student and the parent is reviewed, and the EFC is subtracted from the costs of attendance for one academic year. The remainder is the amount of financial need/eligibility for financial assistance.

Updated: May 10, 2022