SJC Brooklyn Undergraduate Cost of Attendance

The costs for the 2018-2019 academic year are listed below.

You will be billed for each term. The amounts listed for personal expenses, books and supplies, transportation and living expenses are only estimates and will vary for each student. These expenses will not be billed by the College, and will not be paid directly to the College.

Please note that amounts are subject to change.

Full-Time Undergraduate Students

Annual Direct Costs
Payable to SJC

Full-time flat-rate tuition (12–18 credits)

$27,230

College fee

$250

Mandated accident insurance fee

$14

Student activity fee

$150

Technology fee

$200

Special fees (per lab course)

$20–$150

Freshmen Orientation fee (if applicable)

$150

Transfer Orientation fee (if applicable)

$75

Graduation fee (if applicable)

$200

Annual Indirect Costs
Estimated

Loan fees

$48

Books and supplies

$1,000

Personal expenses

$2,500

Transportation

$2,250

Dependent student-living expense

$3,650

Independent student-living expense

$7,300

Part-Time Undergraduate Students

Annual Direct Costs
Payable to SJC

Per-credit tuition rate (1–11 credits)

$882

College fee (1–7 credits)

$13/credit

College fee (8–11 credits)

$192

Mandated accident insurance fee

$14

Student activity fee (1–11 credits)

$70

Technology fee (1–7 credits)

$80

Technology fee (8–11 credits)

$200

Special fees (per lab course)

$20–$150

Graduation fee (if applicable)

$200

Annual Indirect Costs
Estimated

Loan fees

$48

Books and supplies (half time)

$500

Personal expenses

$2,500

Transportation

$2,250

Dependent student-living expense

$3,650

Independent living expense

$7,300

Undergraduate Online Programs

Annual Direct Costs
Payable to SJC

Per Credit Tuition

$600

College Fee

$154

Technology Fee

$116

Administrative Fee

$98

Graduation fee (if applicable)

$200

Annual Indirect Costs
Estimated

Loan fees

$48

Books and supplies (full time)

$1,000

Personal expenses

$2,500

Dependent student-living expense

$3,650

Independent student-living expense

$7,300

Special Circumstances

If your financial situation has changed drastically, you may ask the Office of Financial Aid to review your eligibility. Some examples of special circumstances are involuntary loss of employment and recent separation or divorce. A letter of explanation and additional documentation will be requested. Contact the Office of Financial Aid directly for more information.

Verification

Each year a certain percentage of students are selected for a process known as verification. We may ask you to submit various documents, such as copies of tax return transcripts, to our office. If your application is selected for verification, you may not receive any federal or college financial aid until all requested documents have been received and all information has been verified.