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2015-2016 Estimated Student Budgets

Concerned about how you're going to pay for your education? Relax... at Missouri S&T we have you covered. Review our outline of costs and you'll see what makes S&T one of America's top 10 "best value" public universities. 

First-Time Freshmen
Assumes 28 credit hours with 11 hours of supplemental fee courses during an academic year
  MISSOURI RESIDENT NON-MISSOURI RESIDENT
    Tuition
  Based on 28 credit hours over a two-semester academic year $7,734 $23,156
    Student fees
  Required Student Fees $1,513 $1,513
  Supplemental Course Fees (assumes 11 hours of supplemental fee courses during an academic year) $1,155 $1,155
    Books & supplies
  Estimate $830 $830
    Personal expenses & transportation
  Estimate based on a survey of current S&T students $2,356 $2,356
    Room & board
  Assumes living on-campus $9,464 $9,464
 
Estimated cost of attendance: $23,052 $38,474

Sophomore / Junior / Senior
(and new transfer students)
Assumes 27 credit hours with 20 hours of supplemental fee courses during an academic year
  MISSOURI RESIDENT NON-MISSOURI RESIDENT
    Tuition
  Based on 27 credit hours over a two-semester academic year $7,458 $22,330
    Student fees
  Required Student Fees $1,498 $1,498
  Supplemental Course Fees (assumes 20 hours of supplemental fee courses during an academic year) $2,100 $2,100
       
    Books & supplies
  Estimate $878 $878
    Personal expenses & transportation
  Estimate based on a survey of current S&T students $3,236 $3,236
    Room & board
  Assumes living on- or off-campus $9,464 $9,464
 
Estimated cost of attendance: $24,634 $39,506

On-Campus Graduate Students (MS, PhD)
9 months; living on- or off-campus. Assumes 18 hours of enrollment including 18 hours of supplemental fee courses during an academic year.
    MISSOURI RESIDENT NON-MISSOURI RESIDENT  
  Tuition & fees $9,730 $21,198  
  Room & board $6,962 $6,962  
  Books & supplies $466 $466  
  Personal needs $4,374 $4,374  
         Total $21,532 $33,000  

MBA Program
9 months; living on- or off-campus.
    MISSOURI RESIDENT NON-MISSOURI RESIDENT  
  Tuition & fees $13,602 $21,298  
  Room & board $6,962 $6,962  
  Books & supplies $712 $712  
  Personal needs $4,374 $4,374  
         Total $25,650 $33,346  

International Students
BS 60 months
  9 MONTH I-20 AMOUNT ON I-20  
  Tuition & fees** $24,894  
  Room & board $9,396  
  Books, supplies & personal needs $4,756  
         Total $39,046  
MS 30 months
  9 MONTH I-20*  AMOUNT ON I-20  
  Tuition & fees** $21,358  
  Room & board $6,962  
  Books, supplies & personal needs $6,160  
         Total $34,480  
PhD 72 months
  12 MONTH I-20* AMOUNT ON I-20  
  Tuition & fees** $24,931  
  Room & board $8,703  
  Books, supplies & personal needs $7,595  
         Total $41,229  
MBA 18 months
  9 MONTH I-20 AMONTH ON I-20  
  Tuition & fees** $21,458  
  Room & board $6,962  
  Books, supplies & personal needs $6,406  
         Total $34,826  
ALI 12 months
  9 MONTH I-20 AMOUNT ON I-20  
  Tuition & fees $11,008  
  Room & board $9,396  
  Books, supplies & personal needs $4,764  
         Total $25,168  

*9 and 12 month I-20 amounts are the same for MS & PhD. 
**Includes $80 International Student Fee for all incoming students for fall and spring semesters, and $40 for the summer semester.

For detailed information on I-20 start and end dates click here.
Questions?
Contact the International Affairs Office.


Room and Board estimate based upon average residential life cost for the campus population. All fee rates are set by the UM System Board of Curators in the spring, and and are typically available by April 1 of each year for the upcoming fall semester.

The cost of attendance presented is a standardized estimate of various university charges and other educational expenses.  Amounts are subject to change at any time at the discretion of the governing board, provided no increases to tuition/fees are effective unless approved by the governing board at least 30 days prior to the beginning of the academic term to which the tuition and fees are applicable.  Any approved revision of tuition/fees is effective regardless of whether they have been paid prior to the effective date of the revision.

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