Cost of Attendance

Cost of attendance (COA) is the cornerstone of establishing a student's financial need. COA is used to set limits on the total aid that a student may receive. The total COA is an estimate of the student's educational expenses for the period of enrollment. These expenses include direct university charges (tuition and facility fees and on-campus room and board) and estimates of in-direct expenses (books and supplies, transportation, miscellaneous expenses, loan fees, and off-campus room and board if the student lives off-campus).

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Macon Undergraduate Programs

Atlanta and Regional Academic Center Undergraduate Programs

Macon Graduate Programs

Atlanta and Regional Academic Center Graduate and Professional Programs