NYS residents enrolled in day or evening programs carrying fewer than 12 credit hours
are charged $270 per credit hour. Tuition for nonresidents is $406 per credit hour
for associate degree programs or $680 per credit hour for bachelor degree programs.
Part-time students are also charged mandatory fees (prorated per credit hour).
New York State Residency: The Student Records and Financial Services Office will determine New York State residency
per SUNY guidelines. If NYS residency status is in question, the student will be charged
out-of-state tuition until the student provides proof of NYS residency. Forms are
available in the Student Records and Financial Services Office and online.
Certain nonresident students may be eligible for the resident tuition rate if they
meet the following requirements:
- Are not non-immigrant aliens within the meaning of 8 USC §1101(a)(15) (See Other Related
Information below), and
- Attended an approved New York State high school for two or more years, graduated from
an approved New York State high school and applied for admission to the university
within five years of receiving a New York State high school diploma; or
- Attended an approved New York State program for a General Equivalency Diploma (GED)
exam preparation, received a GED and applied for admission to the university within
five years of receiving the GED; and
- If the student is without lawful immigration status, the student submits to the campus
a notarized affidavit stating that the student has filed an application to legalize
his or her immigration status, or will file such an application as soon as he or she
is eligible to do so (See NYS Education Law §355(h) (8)).
- Effective July 1, 2014, veterans who meet eligibility requirements for educational
assistance under federal GI bills, even if not actually receiving or using such benefits,
are eligible for in-state tuition. Additionally, spouses and dependents who are eligible
for educational assistance under federal GI bills are also eligible for in-state tuition
effective July 1, 2015. In both cases, a Certificate of Eligibility from the US Department
of Defense or the Veterans Administration is required to document eligibility.
* All costs are subject to change. The above costs are based on the latest information available at the time of printing.