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    University of Louisiana Lafayette
  Jan 21, 2018
2017-2018 Undergraduate and Graduate Academic Catalog

Costs of Attendance


Registration Fees Fall Spring  Academic Year
  Resident  $2,110 $2,098 $4,208
  Non-Resident $6,394 $6,382 $12,776
Books and Supplies     $1,200
Housing on Campus     $2,030
  Meal Ticket     $2,170
Post Office     $50
Parking Pass      
  Dorm Resident     $100
  Commuters     $0
Scholarship Office
Director, Adele Bulliard; M., M.Ed.
Martin 260
Student Financial Aid Office
Director, Cindy Perez; M.B.A.
Foster Hall
State Financial Aid (TOPS)
Federal website


*Above based on 2009-10 rates. Current Fee schedules are posted on the University's website at

Student Finances

Cost of Attendance

Expenses incurred by a full-time UL Lafayette undergraduate student include tuition and fees, as well as costs for housing, food, books and other class materials. Health insurance premiums and fees for access to campus health services are included in registration fees. A student's tuition and fee charges will differ depending on the student's residency status, either in-state or out-of-state.

In attempting to calculate the costs of attending UL Lafayette, students should also take into account other miscellaneous expenses, such as for transportation and personal items. These costs vary greatly, depending on an individual's circumstances and personal preferences.

The chart above presents an estimate of the costs of attendance. These estimates do not include course or lab fees or deposits that may be incurred in particular classes. Students should also be aware that the actual costs of books and other course materials vary to some degree, depending on the student's major.

UL Lafayette helps students in need of financial assistance by providing scholarships, loans, part-time employment, grants, or a combination of the four sources. In selecting students to receive financial assistance, the University considers such factors as financial need, academic achievement, character and promise. Scholarship awards are administered through the Scholarship Office, while need-based financial aid, both federal- and state-funded, is administered through the Student Financial Aid Office.