Cost & Payment
Cost of Attendance
Each year the Office of Financial Aid creates a Cost of Attendance (COA). The COA represents an estimate of average expenses a student may have for the academic year. It includes direct expenses such as tuition, housing and food, and indirect expenses such as books, transportation and personal expenses. The COA is based on full-time enrollment and will be adjusted for students with less than full-time enrollment. Your eligibility for need-based financial aid is determined by reviewing your FAFSA data and your Cost of Attendance (COA).
View actual tuition costs, room rates and meal plan costs
(2021 CoHORT Or EARLIER)
|Activity & Services Fee||$430||$430||$430|
|Books & Supplies||$1,150||$1,150||$1,150|
|Personal & Misc||$2,080–$2,670||$2,080–$2,670||$2,080–$2,670|
Paying your Bill
Hope’s Business Services office handles your bill for any Hope-related expenses.
- Billing Statements
Business Services sends monthly billing notices to your Hope email account. Your statement includes charges and financial aid that has been credited to your account.
Your financial aid will be credited to your account as long as you have completed all necessary requirements. We will notify you of additional documents that may be needed to complete your award.
- Payment Plans
Business Services offers a monthly payment plan. In addition to financial aid, Hope accepts cash, check, credit card and eletronic funds transfer as payment.
Thinking About living off campus?
Living off campus or commuting could reduce your need-based financial aid. If you change your housing arrangements during the year, your aid will be adjusted.
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