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Tuition & Fees for 2013-2014

mathinokcmathinokc Registered User Posts: 925 Member
edited March 2013 in Olin College
Just approved by the Board of Trustees and announced to current students/parents today:

Tuition and Fees for Academic Year 2013-14
Tuition $ 42,000
Room $ 9,000
Board $ 6,000
General Fee $ 325
Student Activity Fee $ 175

1st year students also have a computer fee.
There's a health insurance fee/cost if you don't opt out. (It's for health insurance, not use of the health center. The health center is included in the normal tuition & fees.)

This is a $2500 increase over this year and nets out to $1500 more with the 50% tuition scholarship.
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Replies to: Tuition & Fees for 2013-2014

  • conundrumconundrum Registered User Posts: 54 Junior Member
    Just to be clear, Olin still gives each admitted student a 50% scholarship. So I'm assuming the tuition expense for each admitted student is only $21,000. So that makes the total out of pocket expense for tuition, room and board, and other fees $36,500. Is this correct?
  • winglessangel31winglessangel31 Registered User Posts: 28 New Member
    ^ for the general case, yes.
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