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Minnesota State University, Mankato

Minnesota State University, Mankato

Cost of Attendance - Graduate

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For the 2010-2011 and
2011-2012 School Years

Minnesota State Mankato
School Code: 002360



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Cost of Attendance (COA) is the estimated direct and indirect school-related costs for each academic year.

2010 - 2011 Academic Year
Average Estimated Educational Costs

Cost Category Graduates
Direct Education Costs
      Tuition (MN/SD/ND/Manitoba)2 $5,632
      Fees4 596
      Books/Supplies  660
$6,888
Maintenance Costs
      Room/Board* $5,816
$12,704
Miscellaneous
      Transportation/Parking 1,000
      Laundry 270
      Clothing 830
      Personal/Health/
      Miscellaneous
780
$2,880
Total Costs
(MN/SD/ND/Manitoba) $15,584
  

Non-Resident Additional Costs6 +$3,638
Total Non-Resident Costs $19,222
  
Wisconsin Tuition Adjustment 0
Wisconsin Total $15,584
  
Midwest Compact Adjustment7 +2,816
Midwest Compact Total $18,400

  1. Reflects Minnesota resident tuition based on 18 graduate credits.  Residents of reciprocity states (North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin) pay comparable rates.
  2. Fees are assessed at approximately $33.14 per credit, up to 11 credits per semester, 12-18 credit band fees per semester, $399.00 for Undergrad
  3. Reflects difference between resident and non-resident tuition for 16 graduate credits
  4. Compact includes states of Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, and Nebraska

* This figure represents average costs.  Actual costs for Residential Life Housing and off-campus accommodations will vary.  These costs vary according to meal plan selections and room choices for Residential Life. Students living in off-campus accommodations may select a meal plan from Residential Life.

NOTE: The costs are estimated based on currently available information.  Changes may occur as a result of institutional, state, and/or federal policy or regulation requirements.