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Transfer Tuition & Fees

Estimated Summary of Expenses for 2011–2012

Residents Non-residents
Tuition and fees $14,414 - 19,238* $28,556 - $33,380*
Books and supplies** $1,200 $1,200
Room and board (10 meals/week) $10,080 $10,080
Other expenses *** $2,510 $2,510
TOTAL ESTIMATED COSTS $28,204 - 33,028* $42,346 - 47,170*

* The low end of the tuition range indicates the base rate for students initially enrolled after May 2011. Students enrolled in the Colleges of Agricultural, Consumer, and Environmental Sciences; Business; Engineering; Fine and Applied Arts; or the biochemistry, biology, chemical engineering, chemistry, computer science, integrative biology, mathematics, molecular/cellular biology, physics, and statistics programs in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences may be assessed a higher tuition rate up to the high end of the range shown. For tuition details for specific programs, visit www.osfa.illinois.edu/cost.

** Any applicable course fees, such as special facilities and course materials, are included.

*** Other expenses include allowances for transportation, clothing, recreation, and other living/miscellaneous expenses. These expenses vary greatly based on the individual student’s lifestyle and the allowance is based on what are considered reasonable, but modest, costs after surveying segments of our student population.

Note: When determining cost to attend college, families should include individual anticipated travel and personal expenses.

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