How much does it cost to attend UAA?
"Cost of Attendance" is the estimated cost of completing a full year at UAA. The Cost of Attendance is also referred to as a "Budget" for financial aid purposes. Your Cost of Attendance is not only what you will pay to go to college, it is an estimate of how much you can expect to need to help pay for college and living expenses throughout the nine (9) month academic year (fall and spring semesters).
Stay on track: 30-credit Cost of Attendance
Some colleges and universities calculate a 24-credit cost of attendance (full-time by federal financial aid standards) which requires a minimum of five years to graduate. UAA emphasizes a cost of attendance at 30 credits for a year (15 per semester) for undergraduate students to give students a more realistic estimate of their costs to "stay on track" and graduate in four years.
NOTE: The College of Engineering and College of Business and Public Policy assesses a tuition surcharge for upper-division and graduate coursework.
The Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) and the Western Regional Graduate Program (WRGP) are reduced tuition programs for western-region out-of-state students. Learn more about WUE and WRGP.
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Frequently asked questions
UAA Net Price Calculator
The UAA Net Price Calculator is designed to estimate the cost of attendance and types of financial aid you might qualify for if you were a college freshman attending school full-time in the 2016-2017 Academic Year. The Net Price calculator is updated in January to reflect the previous completed years information. For example 2017-2018 data will be entered in January of 2019.