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Cost of Attendance

The Cost of Attendance (COA) reflects average costs for a student’s educational expenses at Linfield, and helps the Office of Financial Aid determine financial aid award amounts.  The COA reflects an average of both the direct costs (costs billed to student from Linfield, such as tuition and fees) and indirect costs (costs the student may incur as a student attending Linfield, such as books and supplies) the student may incur for their enrollment period.

Students can view their Student Account online within WebAdvisor to see their direct charges, or contact the Linfield Student Accounts/Cashier Office for information about their charges and Statement of Account.

2014-2015 Cost of Attendance

The chart directly below reflects the 2014-2015 Cost of Attendance the Office of Financial Aid uses to calculate a student’s financial aid eligibility, if the student is attending at full-time status (12 credits per semester) during Fall Semester 2014 and Spring Semester 2015. 

 

2014-2015 (Fall/Spring)

Cost of Attendance

On or Off Campus

OR/WA Resident

2014-2015 (Fall/Spring)

Cost of Attendance

At Home With Parent

2014-2015 (Fall/Spring)

Cost of Attendance

On or Off Campus

Outside OR/WA

Tuition

37,000

37,000

37,000

Technology Fee

86

86

86

Student Body Fee

260

260

260

Room (Double)

*5,610

-

5,610

Board (Plan A)

**4,720

-

4,720

With Parent Room & Board Allowance

-

1,800

-

Books & Supplies

750

750

750

Personal Expenses

1,000

1,000

1,000

Travel

200

200

1,000

Stafford Loan Fees (if borrowing a loan)

70

70

70

Total

$49,696

$41,166

$50,496

Please note: tuition is not charged during January Term, but rather a per credit fee of $219. Students typically take 4 or 5 credits, bringing the cost of courses to, on average, $876-1,095.

The COA is based upon the number of credits the student enrolls in per semester and their housing plans; students enrolled in less than 10 credit hours will be charged $1,152 per credit hour for tuition and their Associated Student Body Fee will be $73 per semester (6-9 credit hours) and their Technology Fee will be $28 per semester (1-9 credit hours).

* Room costs are based on a standard, double-occupancy residence hall room. Costs for other on-campus housing options vary.

** All new students are assigned Meal Plan A, which provides for Unlimited Meals in Dillin Dining Hall (open for breakfast, lunch and dinner on weekdays and brunch and dinner on weekends), and 125 Flex Dollars, good for purchase of food and beverage at the Wildcat Express in Dillin Dining Hall and Starbucks in Riley Campus Center. During January Term, students are assigned Meal Plan D, which provides for Unlimited Meals in Dillin Dining Hall and 30 Flex Dollars. Other meal plans are available.

2015-2016 Cost of Attendance

The chart directly below reflects the 2015-2016 Cost of Attendance (COA) that the Office of Financial Aid uses when calculating a student's eligibility for financial aid for student's attending at full-time status (12+ credits per semester) in an undergraduate bachelor's degree program.

 

2015-2016
(Fall/Spring)

On or Off Campus

All students except incoming freshman

2015-2016
(Fall/Spring)

At Home With Parent

All students except incoming freshman

2015-2016
(Fall/Jan Term/Spring)

On or Off Campus

Incoming Freshman Only

2015-2016
(Fall/Jan Term/Spring)

At Home With Parent

Incoming Freshman Only

Tuition

38,300

38,300

38,300

38,300

Technology Fee

90

90

90

90

Student Body Fee

264

264

294

294

Room* & Board**

10,850

-

11,410

-

With Parent Room & Board Allowance

-

2,000

-

2,000

Books & Supplies

900

900

900

900

Personal Expenses

1,000

1,000

1,000

1,000

Travel

750

750

750

750

Stafford Loan Fees
(if borrowing a loan)

70

70

70

70

Total

$52,224

$43,374

$52,814

$43,404

January Term is required for incoming fall 2015 freshman; January Term is optional for all other students.  If a non-freshman enrolls in January Term, they can notify the Office of Financial Aid once they have registered in November 2015 to request the costs of January Term to be included in their full COA, and to see if any additional financial aid eligibility is available, including Parent PLUS Loan and Private Education Loan funds.

The chart directly below reflects the January Term costs a non-freshman may incur, if the student enrolls in the optional January Term:

Cost

January Term

Tuition

$227/per credit

Room (Double)

$545

Board**

$560

Associated Student Body Fee

$30

Technology Fee

$0

* Room costs are based on a standard, double-occupancy residence hall room. Costs for other on-campus housing options vary.

** All students are assigned Meal Plan A, which provides for Unlimited Meals in Dillin Dining Hall (open for breakfast, lunch and dinner on weekdays and brunch and dinner on weekends), and 125 Flex Dollars, good for purchase of food and beverage at the Wildcat Express in Dillin Dining Hall and Starbucks in Riley Campus Center. During January Term, students are assigned Meal Plan D, which provides for Unlimited Meals in Dillin Dining Hall and 30 Flex Dollars. Other meal plans are available.

2015-2016 Part-Time Student Costs

The COA may be adjusted for students enrolled in 9 or fewer credits and if they live at home with their parent the COA will be adjusted; students enrolled in less than 10 credit hours will be charged $1,192 per credit hour for tuition and their Associated Student Body Fee will be $75 per semester (6-9 credit hours) and their Technology Fee will be $29 per semester (1-9 credit hours).


Please note, these costs above are for students taking courses on the McMinnville campus. Costs for students enrolled as full nursing majors at the Linfield-Good Samaritan School of Nursing in Portland and through the Adult Degree Program may vary.