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Costs

UNO offers competitive tuition rates, and Omaha's cost of living is among the lowest in the nation:

UNO compared to doctoral-reseach peers

COMPETITIVE TUITION & COSTS

With competitive tuition rates and Omaha's low cost of living, UNO is much more affordable than most of its peers in the Carnegie Foundation's doctoral/research university classification. The estimates above are for full-time undergraduate students living on campus for a full academic year.

Undergraduate program costs

These are estimates for the typical undergraduate student for the 2013-2014 academic year:

Tuition $14,352
Standard fees $1,518
Health insurance $911
Books and supplies $1,000
Room and board $8,469
Personal expenses $2,790
Total $29,040

Graduate program costs

These are estimates for the typical graduate student for the 2013-2014 academic year:

Tuition $11,970
Standard fees $1,170
Health insurance $911
Books and supplies $1,000
Room and board $8,469
Personal expenses $2,790
Total $26,310

Notes on costs

Undergraduate costs are based on 24 credit hours for the academic year, mid-August through mid-May. Graduate program costs are based on 18 credit hours per academic year. Costs for summer expenses are not included.

Some academic programs may have different tuition rates. Consult with the Admissions Team about figuring your actual costs.

Personal expenses can vary based on a student's lifestyle.

Transportation to and from Omaha is not included. Local transportation is included in personal expenses.

For more details on tuition and fees, check out Cashiering/Student Accounts. For more details on other costs of attendance, check out the Office of Financial Aid.