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University of Chicago Tuition & Costs

Your Estimated Price

$62,567 Annual Cost to Attend

Cost Breakdown
$45,324 tuition
$13,653 on campus room & board*
$1,400 books
$2,190 fees
(Based on stats from 2013/2014)

$62,567 Annual Cost to Attend

Cost Breakdown
$45,324 tuition
$13,653 on campus room & board*
$1,400 books
$2,190 fees
(Based on stats from 2013/2014)

*First years are required to live in housing, guaranteed all four years.

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Average Aid

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Tuition Trends

Historical Tuition and Fees, with Projected Future Amounts

Future projections are based on past four years' data averaging 4.18% annual change in in-state tuition and fees and 4.16% change in out-of-state tuition and fees. Amounts shown are estimates only and not guaranteed. For a better estimate, contact the college directly.

Financial Aid

$29,422,818
Annual Aid Awarded
Aid/Loans
Average Amount Percent Awarded
Grant or Scholarship Aid $30,490 63%
Federal Grant Aid - -
Pell Grants $4,164 12%
Other Federal Grants $3,000 7%
Institution Grant Aid - -
State Grant Aid $4,720 3%
Student Loans - -
Federal Loans $4,619 25%
Other Loans $20,007 2%

Merit Aid Available

Financial Aid Timeline
Financial aid priority deadline: November 1
Financial aid deadline: February 1
College will notify student of financial aid decisions on or about: April 16
Student must reply to financial aid decision by: June 1
Does University of Chicago offer...
Tuition Payment Plan? Yes
Financial Aid Contact Info
1101 East 58th Street, Suite 105
Chicago, IL 60637
(773) 702-8650
http://collegeaid.uchicago.edu/
Costs Per Credit Hour
In State $1,439
Out of State $1,439

Reviews

Student Responses to Review Topic: Bang for the buck
  • 3
  • M
  • Jun-10-2015 I am a current student here

    It is super expensive, which you should well know. The education can be worth it if you take the time to make the most out of it.

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  • Student from Aurora, IL
  • Dec-15-2014 I am a current student here

    The University's tuition rivals that of more well-known intellectual institutions (i.e. Harvard, Princeton, Yale, Stanford, etc.) While the University will teach you a lot, it probably won't lead to the sort of connections you would establish at a better known private institution.

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  • 1
  • Jessika from Chicago, IL
  • Jul-07-2014 I am researching this school and have visited the campus

    If you have the means to pay (rich, scholarship,fincial aid,ect) for the extremely high tution then by all means pay.

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  • 5
  • Cosette from Chicago, IL
  • Jun-04-2014 I am a current student here

    For whatever interest you have, UChicago has something to offer that complements it. No desire to learn has gone unattended here, everything is thought about, and if you are so innovative to not have your idea available, you can request to make your own class or RSO that addresses the issue. So, your future is easily cultivated on our campus if you get involved, and the classes are second to none. You know you're getting an Ivy League quality education here.

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  • Tim from NC
  • Mar-28-2014 I am a current student here

    The price is certainly high. It's not easy being a college student and having to pay $65000. But the experience is likely worth it. So many UChicago grads go on to become successful persons around the world and make up their debt from college and more. Take, for example, recent phenomenon Nate Silver. Or maybe president Barack Obama who taught at the law school here. Yes, these kinds of people are unique and you certainly are not expected to be the next president of the U.S., but your money goes in for good reason.

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