The Cost of Attendance (COA) information described in this document reflects the cost for completion of an entire academic program for the time period of July 1, 2013 through June 30, 2014. Living and Personal Expenses are based on a full time enrollment status and the student’s housing plan as reported on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).CSU is an online university and does not provide on-campus housing. These disclosed rates reflect a historical time period and should not be relied upon as an implicit or explicit representation or promise of cost of attendance for any student regarding a program of study.
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*Undergraduate certificates are not eligible for title IV funding. Therefore, living and personal expenses are not included in tuition and fees.
*Graduate certificates are not eligible for title IV funding. Therefore, living and personal expenses are not included in tuition and fees.
*Spouses or dependents of active duty military members receive a ten percent tuition discount.
*CSU learning partners receive a ten percent discount.
*Students (and spouses) receiving a military base allowance for housing are only eligible to receive an allowance for board when determining the amount of financial aid they are eligible to receive.
*If a student drops, withdraws or fails a course, the cost of shipping the textbook will be charged to the student's account. The student may return the textbook within 30 days to have the charge removed or re-enroll in the same course and reuse the textbook.