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University of Kansas

Tuition & Aid
Bottom line

KU is definitely a leader when it comes to providing an affordable undergraduate education. Impressively, the university offers a fouryear, fixed tuition rate meaning your tuition will never increase during your tenure. Additionally, KU proudly trumpets renewable four-year merit scholarships. These aid packages can range anywhere from $4,000 to $40,000. And, of course, undergraduates might also be eligible for state, federal or institutional scholarships and grants as well as private scholarships. When combined, these options total $62 million devoted to aid each year. With all of these sources, it’s no wonder that more than half of KU’s students graduate debt-free! KU doesn’t simply stop with an affordable price tag. The university also strives to ensure that its students are financially savvy. To that end, the school offers Student Money Management Services. Providing one-on-one sessions, class presentations and outreach, the program helps students learn how to better manage money, create a budget and reduce debt.
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Visiting And Contact Information

Office of Admissions

1502 Iowa Street

Lawrence, KS 66045-7576

United States

Phone: 785-864-3911

Fax: 785-864-5006

Website

Expenses per Academic Year
Out-of-State Tuition:$22,947
On-Campus Room and Board:$7,896
On-Campus Room Only:$4,262
On-Campus Board Only:$3,634
Average Cost for Books and Supplies:$950
Required Fees:$900.08
Other Expenses:$1,582
Estimate Transportation for Commuters (living at home):$2,004.00
Estimate Transportation for Commuters (not living at home):$2,004.00
Cost Per Credit-Hour (In-State):$293.55
Cost Per Credit-Hour (Out-of-State):$764.9
Tuition / Fees Vary by Year of Study:Yes
Description:Beginning Fall 2007, entering first-time freshmen enroll under the four-year tuition compact. The compact will fix tuition rates for four years and set course fees and required campus fees in a four-year schedule. Beginning Fall 2010 Doctor of Pharmacy entering juniors enroll under a fixed rate structure including tuition, course fees, and campus fees-$16,200 resident and $30,300 nonresident. This rate stays the same for this class through AY 2014. Arts students pay an additional $20.45 per Arts course credit hour. Architecture students pay an additional $38.20 per Architecture course credit hour. Business students pay an additional $102.40 per Business course credit hour. Education students pay an additional $20.45 per Education course credit hour. Egnineering students pay an additional $41.00 per Engineering course credit hour. Journalism students pay an additional $16.50 per Journalism course credit hour. Music students pay an additional $20.45 per Music course credit hour. Occupational Therapy students will pay an additional $100.00 per OT course credit hour. Social Welfare students pay an additional $28.10 per Social Welfare course credit hour.

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Financial Aid Statistics
Financial Aid Rating: 69
Freshman receiving any financial aid:69%
Undergraduates receiving any financial aid:57%
Average Percent of Need Met:52%
Average Total Financial Aid Package:$8,776
Average Freshman Total Need-Based Gift Aid:$5,678
Average Undergraduate Total Need-Based Gift Aid:$5,086
Average Need-Based Loan:$4,264
Average amount of loan debt per graduate:$27,219
Undergraduates who have borrowed through any loan program:53%

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Available Aid
Financial Aid Methodology Used:Federal
Scholarships and Grants:Federal Pell
SEOG
State Scholarships / Grants
Private Scholarships
College / University Scholarships
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Other:Bureau of Indian Affairs Tribal Higher Education Grants%
Federal Direct Student Loan Programs:Direct Subsidized Stafford Loans
Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loans
Direct PLUS Loans
Federal Family Education Loan Program (FFEL):Federal Perkins Loans
Federal Nursing Loans
College/university loans from institutional funds
Other:Federal Health Professional Student Loan (HPLS); Federal Loan for Disadvantaged Students (LDS); private/alternative loans
Is Institutional Employment Available (other than Federal Work Study):Yes
Direct Lender:Yes

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Financial Aid for International Students
Financial Aid Policy for International Students:Need-based scholarship or grant aid is available
Non-need-based scholarship or grant aid is available
Average Undergraduate Total Need-Based Aid:$16,385.00
Required Financial Aid Forms:International Student's Certification of Finances

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Financial Aid Application Process
Priority Financial Aid Application Deadline:03/01
Freshman Financial Aid Notification Date:Rolling Basis
Notification Begins:04/01
Required Forms:FAFSA
Financial Aid Office Phone Number:785-864-4700

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Key Statistics

Tuition and Aid

  • Out-of-State Tuition:
    $22,947
  • On-Campus Room and Board:
    $7,896
  • Ugrads receiving need-based financial aid:
    57%
  • Avg % of Need Met:
    52%
  • Avg Financial Aid Package:
    $8,776
  • Financial Aid Notification Date:
    Rolling Basis
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