There are more than 16,000 undergraduates at the school, with about 2,700 freshmen enrolling each year. In-state credit hours are very reasonable, at just over $200 per credit hour; out-of-state students can expect that figure to rise to just over $600. On-campus room and board is approximately $11,000; out-of-state tuition is upwards of $17,700. Books, supplies, and required fees will add another $3,000. However, options for aid are prevalent. More than 70 percent of undergrads receive some manner of financial support, with the same percentage of average need being met. In general, aid packages tend to be about $12,000 per student; need-based gift aid averages $7,500. Students can expect to graduate with about $20,000 in loan debt.