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Estimating your May/Summer Cost of Attendance (COA)

What will it cost you to attend the University of Minnesota Duluth during the summer? You can get an estimate by using the standard Cost of Attendance (COA) budgets that are prepared by the University for calculating financial aid awards.

COA budgets are based on half-time enrollment during the summer months (May and summer sessions) unless otherwise indicated. Costs will vary according to your individual student profile. For example, an undergraduate student living in a campus residence hall will have different costs than a graduate student living in an off-campus apartment. Your actual costs will also depend on your personal lifestyle choices, as well as your degree program and coursework.

If you are an undergraduate student enrolled in more than 7 May/Summer credits, or a graduate student enrolled in more than 3 May/Summer credits, you may contact One Stop Student Services to discuss filing a Cost of Attendance Appeal.

May/Summer Cost of Attendance is determined (and May/Summer financial aid awarded) after you have registered for May/Summer classes.

If your program doesn't appear on the COA chart, you will find comprehensive tuition and fee information detailed on the One Stop Tuition rates & fees web pages.

To better understand how expense categories and standards are determined, go to About Cost Estimates.