Take a realistic look at your expenses versus your resources. Costs typically increase 4 to 6 percent each year. This budget includes estimated tuition costs for the 2015-16 academic year. Tuition and fees will be a set price. All funds requested above tuition and fees will be refunded for living expenses.
Completing the Resources table below will give you an estimate of additional resources you’ll need to attend Olin Business School so you can determine how much of the offered financial aid you’ll need to accept.
Make a reasonable estimate of your potential income, and borrow only what you need. Managing your repayment obligation is critical to establishing and maintaining a sound credit history.
One Semester Budget Estimate
| 2015-2016 Annual Expenses* |
| Tuition || $56,100 |
| Activity Fees || $100 |
|Health and Wellness Fees ||$330|
|Student Health Insurance ||$1,500|
| Books & Supplies (includes laptop computer) || $2,782 |
| Room and Board (rent, gas, electric, food, telephone, etc.) || $17,696 |
| Personal & Miscellaneous || $5,268 |
| First-Year Student Estimated Total Cost of Attendance || $83,776 |
| Resources |
| Savings || _____ |
| Employment income || _____ |
| Scholarship aid || _____ |
| Other || _____ |
| Total || _____ |
Expenses - Resources = Financial Aid Needed
You can borrow no more than the total cost of education. If you have extenuating circumstances that warrant consideration, please contact the Graduate Financial Aid office.