Cost of Attendance
In order to determine how much aid a student is eligible to receive, a cost of attendance is established which factors in costs such as tuition, fees, room and board (includes on campus, off campus and living with parents/family), transportation, books and supplies, and personal expenses. Students are awarded aid - scholarships, grants, and loans - to assist in covering these charges. A student's aid can not exceed the student's cost of attendance.
Students can determine an estimated cost to attend SUNY Adirondack using the SUNY Net Price Calculator (NPC) . The NPC presents an estimated calculation of what a new freshman or transfer student may expect to pay to attend SUNY Adirondack, see link below.
While the NPC is a valuable tool, families should realize that these are estimated values only and students will receive their individual awards from the SUNY Adirondack Financial Aid Office. Please keep in mind that a student's out-of-pocket expenses may be less than estimated from NPC.