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Tuition, Fees, and Typical Student Expenses

Presented below are typical full-time student expense budgets for the 2018–19 school year. While the tuition and fees included in these budgets are fixed, other expenses, e.g., books, housing and food, are estimates used by the Financial Aid Office in determining financial aid eligibility.

2018–19 Undergraduate Tuition & Fees

Direct Costs: Costs that are likely to appear on an average student's bill.

Tuition $28,765
Room and Board
(Based on single room and 15 meal per week plan)
$13,448
Campus Comprehensive Fee (estimate) $1,163
ASMC Student Activity Fee $200
AC Transit Fee $129
ESTIMATED EXPENSES $43,705


Other Possible Costs: Costs that are less likely to appear on a student's bill, or outside costs you may need to cover as a student.

Health Insurance (estimate)*
(Unless you are an international student, you can waive out of this fee if you are covered by a family plan.)

$2,061
Personal and Miscellaneous Expenses (estimate) $2,394
Books and Supplies (estimate) $1,611
Average Loan Fees (estimate)
(Based on Federal Direct Student Loan origination fee. Not charged by Mills College.)
$74
ESTIMATED ADDITIONAL EXPENSES $6,140


Total Cost of Attendance: The cost of attendance is the sum of direct costs and other possible costs.

TOTAL EXPENSES $49,845

* Health insurance is opt-in and may be waived if a student is covered through another plan that meets certain criteria. Over 85 percent of Mills students waive out of this plan. Non-immigrant international students’ health insurance fees may vary. More information is available at the Health and Counseling page for International Students.

2018–19 Graduate Tuition & Fees

Check back soon for the 2018–19 costs for graduate students.

2017–18 Undergraduate Tuition & Fees

For information on the typical full-time student expense budgets for the 2017–18 school year, visit our Tuition, Fees, and Typical Student Expenses 2017–18 webpage.

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Last Updated: 11/10/17