|With Parents||On Campus||or Off Campus||On Campus||Off Campus|
|Tuition & Fees||$5,300||5,300||5,300||9,774||9,774|
Note – For students enrolled in Freshman Seminar, add an extra fee of $30; enrolled in Hospitality programs add $650 in course fees and $400 supplies; Nursing add $550 in course fees and $400 supplies; Respiratory Care add $360 in course fees; Graphic Design $370 in course fees and $250 supplies.
Financial aid is awarded to you based on your financial need and the timeliness of your FAFSA application. Financial need is the difference between the estimated cost of attending SUNY Sullivan and your expected family contribution (EFC). This financial need is reduced by grants for which you may be eligible followed by low-interest federal loans and/or part-time employment.
The budget category on your award letter is an estimate of your annual cost of attendance. It includes tuition, fees and an allowance for books, supplies and transportation. The budget also includes an allowance for living expenses comprised of room, board and personal expenses. This living allowance is less for students who live
with their parents and/or commute to the college and is considered an indirect cost** (see below).
Tuition and fees
||$ 2,650 * (Out of State $4,887)|
|Double Room||$ 3,025** (Includes Program Fees)|
|Meal Plan||$ 1,602|
|Total Direct Cost||$ 7,277(Out of State $9,514)|
* Does not include course fees or Health Service fee.
|Total Indirect Cost||$ 1,735|
Direct costs are costs due directly to the college. Direct costs not covered by grants or loans and are the responsibility of the student. This amount can be paid directly to the office of student billing via cash, check, credit card or by signing up for the college’s payment plan at www.sunysullivan.edu/studentbilling. Select quick links (top right), click on student billing and then click on the e-cashier logo. For further payment information contact student billing at 1-800-577-5243 ext 4399.