Estimated Cost of Attendance, 2010–2011

The following estimates are based on average costs in the Syracuse area. Your actual expenses may be less, especially if you create and monitor a personal budget. By spending less, you will borrow less from student loans, or be able to manage other costs that cannot be included for federal student aid purposes, such as credit card payments or car loans. Tuition and fees are subject to change without notice.

1st Year cost shown is for full time enrollment. 2nd Year is based upon less than full time enrollment.

1st Year 2nd Year
Aug 23 – Jun 24 Jun 7 – May 22
Tuition, NYS Resident, per year $8,370 $6,282
Non-resident, per year
$13,250 $9,936
Fees (per year)
SUNY College Fee
$25 $25
Activities Fee
$130 $130
Health Services Fee
$198 $198
Technology Fee
$162 $162
Disability Insurance
$65 $65
$580 $580
Books & Supplies $1,070 $1,070
Living Expenses Per month 11 months 12 months
Rent & Utilities
$725 $7,975 $8,700
$433 $4,763 $5,196
$182 $2,002 $2,184
$185 $2,035 $2,220
Health Insurance
$3,238 $3,238
$20,013 $21,538
Loan fees ($30200 X 1.5%) $453 $453
Total costs
NY resident
$30,486 $29,923
non-NY resident
$35,366 $33,577

To determine how much to borrow, subtract your total resources from your costs. If your costs are greater than your resources and aid, you probably need to reduce your budget. Tips on budgeting can be found on the back of this sheet. Remember that what you borrow has to be repaid, with interest.

David B. Duggan, MD, MACP, Dean

David B. Duggan, MD, MACP
Dean, College of Medicine

I am particularly honored to serve as Dean of the College of Medicine. As an alumnus of the Class of 1979 and a member of the faculty since 1986, I have been extraordinarily pleased at the growth of the Medical School over this time and proud of the work of its faculty and graduates.

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