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Cost of Attendance

If you apply for financial aid and are accepted to MassArt, you’ll receive a personalized COA in your Offer Letter in Financial Aid Self Service that lists:

  • Tuition and fees payable to MassArt 
  • An estimate for housing and food for renting an off campus apartment
  • Books, course materials, supplies and equipment, including the cost of a computer (for
    incoming students)
  • Transportation
  • Miscellaneous personal expenses

We calculate your COA based on your residency status as well as the information you provide about your living arrangements. If your living arrangements change, please notify the Office of Student Financial Assistance so we can update your COA.

Estimated 2024-2025 Undergraduate Cost of Attendance

For Students Living On-campusMA ResidentNew England ResidentOut of State
Tuition and Fees$15,400$34,700$43,400
On-Campus Housing and Food (Meal Plan*) $19,412$19,412$19,412
Books, course materials, supplies and
equipment
(non-billed expense)
$2,000$2,000$2,000
Transportation
(non-billed expense)
$810$810$810
Miscellaneous personal expenses (non-billed expense)$2,108$2,108$2,108
Estimate for computer for remote/hybrid
learning
(non-billed expense)**
$1,500$1,500$1,500
Totals$41,230$60,530$69,230

Please Note:

*The “On-Campus Housing and Food (Meal Plan)” amount is the average cost of living in a MassArt residence hall with a Silver declining balance meal plan; the actual cost of on-campus housing and food (meal plan) will vary by room assignment.

**The “Estimated computer expense for remote/hybrid learning” is only included in incoming student budgets.

For students living off campus, the “Living Expenses (housing and food) (non-billed expense)” amount is adjusted to $15,960.

For students living at home or with relatives, the “Living Expenses (housing and food)
(non-billed expense)” amount is adjusted to $4,788 and the “Transportation (non-billed expense)” amount is adjusted to $3,250.

 

The following expenses may be added to a student’s Cost of Attendance, if applicable:

  • Federal Student Loan Fees
  • Professional licensure, certification, or a first professional credential costs
  • Health Insurance
  • Dependent care
  • Disability-related expenses
  • Study Abroad expenses
  • Cooperative education costs

 

Net Price Calculator

The Net Price Calculator estimates your financial contribution to attend MassArt. Net price is your Cost of Attendance, minus any grants or scholarships for which you may be eligible. The Calculator is for full-time first-year college students who are US Citizens or permanent residents.

The Net Price Calculator estimate does not represent a final determination, or actual award of admission, financial assistance, or a final net price. The actual cost of your education will vary based on many factors, including whether you meet application and aid deadlines, the levels of funding available when you apply, and the portfolio score you receive at the time of admission.

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