Financial Aid Costs of Attendance

Financial Aid Costs of Attendance

The financial aid Cost of Attendance (COA) is an estimate of what it might cost a typical student to attend Kettering College full-time for both the fall and spring semesters. The COA includes estimates for tuition and fees; living expenses (housing and food); books, course materials, supplies and equipment; transportation; miscellaneous personal expenses, loan fees, and professional licensure as it pertains to your program. 

These estimates do not reflect the actual amount of money you will owe Kettering College. You will receive a bill from the Student Accounts showing your actual Kettering College charges.

Your COA is an estimate based on average student expenses. Students may find that their own costs vary depending on their living arrangements and personal spending choices. It is important to calculate what your own costs will be so you can budget your finances and manage your money accordingly.

All amounts listed below are subject to change. Final tuition and fee amounts are approved annually, typically at the Kettering College Board of Trustees meeting held in November.


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