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Undergraduate Cost of Attendance
The cost of attendance is NOT the amount you will be billed for by the college, but rather the estimated and reasonable cost of completing a full academic year at MassArt as a full-time student.
Your cost of attendance represents the maximum amount of financial aid you may receive for one academic year. Students and their families should only borrow what they need to supplement other finances that they may have.
When you view your Offer Letter, your cost of attendance will be listed for you based on the following costs:
- Tuition and fees payable to the institution
- Art supplies and books, including the cost of a computer (for incoming students)
- On campus housing and a meal plan (or personal living expenses for living at home, with relatives, or renting an off campus apartment)
- Personal living expenses
Your estimated cost of attendance is determined by the Office of Student Financial Assistance based on your residency status with the college as well as the information that you provide on your FAFSA about your living arrangements. If your living arrangements change, please notify the Office of Student Financial Assistance so they can update your cost of attendance.
estimated 2023-2024 Cost of Attendance
Out of State
|Student charge for tuition and fees||$15,000||$33,700||$42,190|
|Average cost of on campus housing and meal plan**||$18,000||$18,000||$18,000|
|Personal living expenses
|Art supplies and books
|Estimate for computer for remote/hybrid learning
*For students living at home or with relatives, the "average cost of on campus housing and meal plan" and "personal living expenses" are replaced with a personal living expenses budget of $4,500.
***included in incoming student budgets only
Other Student Expenses
These expenses may be added to a student’s cost of attendance upon request if applicable.
- 2022-2023 cost for Student Health Insurance: $3,663