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An estimated cost of attendance is established each year in accordance with federal regulations.  The estimated cost of attendance is used when determining financial aid eligibility.

2021-2022 Estimated Cost of Attendance

The following 2021-2022 per term costs are based on full time enrollment. Full time is defined as 12 credit hours for undergraduate students, 6 credit hours for graduate,  grad certificate, and doctoral students.

Program Level Tuition & Fees Books & Supplies Transportation Living Allowance Total Per Term
Undergraduate $6,595 $696 $952 $1,872 $10,115
Graduate $5,467 $456 $476 $1,872 $8,271
Grad Certificate $5,467 $456 $476 $1,872 $8,271
Doctoral $5,935 $456 $476 $1,410 $8,277

Tuition & Fees:  Undergraduate tuition is based on an estimated $535 per credit hour. Graduate and Grad Certificate tuition is based on an estimated $884 per credit hour. Doctoral tuition is based on an estimated $960 per credit hour. A student support fee of $175 is assessed per term. An engineering differential fee of $500 will be applied to the three Kettering University engineering courses in the Tech MBA.  

Books & Supplies:  Books and supplies can vary depending on student’s course schedule.  Students can reduce the cost of books by buying used books or renting their books.

Transportation:  Undergraduate transportation is based on 4 on ground classes per term.  Graduate and  Grad Certificate transportation is based on 3 on ground classes per term.  Doctoral  transportation is based on 2 on ground classes per semester. Transportation will be reduced if the student is identified as an online student or if the current pandemic prohibits in-person classes.

Living Allowance:  The estimated living allowance above is for a student who is living with parents. The amount includes expenses such as home maintenance, clothing, personal hygiene, telephone, etc. The home maintenance expense can vary depending on the living arrangement of the student. For an undergraduate, graduate, or graduate certificate student not living with parents, the living allowance used is $5,743. The living allowance used for a doctoral student not living with parents is $4,306.