School of Architecture
The tuition fee for the academic year 2017–2018 is $49,550. This tuition fee includes health care services under Yale Health, but does not include the hospitalization insurance fee. The Corporation of Yale University reserves the right to revise tuition rates as necessary.
An annual fee of $1,150 is charged to the Student Financial Services bill for use of the School of Architecture’s shops, computers, printers, and other equipment furnished by the School. This mandatory fee applies to all students and is refundable only upon withdrawal from the School.
For a single student living off campus in the 2017–2018 academic year, a reasonable, albeit modest, estimate of total cost may be estimated by the following costs to be $72,814 for first-year M.Arch. I students and $71,014 for all other students.
First-Year M.Arch. I
All other students
Yale Health Plan Hospitalization/ Specialty
Room and Board
*Students may receive a waiver of the $3,332 hospitalization fee from Yale Health upon evidence that they have valid and sufficient alternative hospitalization coverage. Further information regarding health services can be found in the chapter Yale University Resources and Services.
对于单个学生，如果住在校外，则2017-2018学年合理、适度的总费用估算为72,814 美元(建筑学硕士 I学生)和71,014 美元(其他所有学生)。
School of Drama
TUITION AND GENERAL EXPENSES
|Tuition and fees*||$29,750|
|Books and supplies (estimated)**||$300-$2,675|
|Estimated living expenses (estimated)||$16,524|
|Estimated total costs||$46,574-$48,949*|
*Tuition for students in the Technical Internship Program and Special Research Fellows is $14,875. Tuition for DFA candidates in residence is $1,000. DFA candidates in residence receive financial aid covering tuition and health care.
**Costs vary from one department to another.
Tuition and Fees
The standard single student budget below is used in calculating financial aid, including grants and loans. The budget assumes a modest lifestyle for a single student in New Haven. The room and board figure uses the cost of a junior one bedroom apartment on campus. The estimated cost of attendance for the 9 month academic year contains fixed and discretionary expenses as follows:
|Comprehensive Fee||$ 450|
|Health Fee||$ 2,264*|
|Board Fee||$ 1,000**|
*The Health fee may be waived if the student can provide proof of insurance. The amount listed is for a single student; rates are available for 2 person and family plans. Visa regulations require international students to retain health insurance.
**The board fee is a mandatory fee for all MAR and MDIV students; it is reduced to $250/semester for students enrolled half time or less.
|Rent / Food||$11,233|
The fixed expenses are added to the discretionary expenses to determine the estimated cost of attendance for a single student attending Yale Divinity School. Please note that eligibility for federal funds is limited to expenses the individual student incurs for his or her educational program. These funds are not intended to supplement the expenses of other family members.
Orientation Fee - The orientation fee is now part of the Comprehensive fee but a $35 fee is assessed for spouses/partners who attend orientation.
Commencement Fee - is now part of the comprehensive fee.
|房租费 / 膳食费||11,233美元|
Student Budget & Cost of Attendance
Our financial aid awards for 2017-2018 are based on a budget of tuition and fees plus allowances for living expenses, books, etc. These budgets reflect our estimate of the cost of a moderate style of living in New Haven for the nine-month academic year.
2017-2018 Basic Budget
|University Administrative & Activities Fee 1||$ 2,250|
|Room, Board, & Personal Expenses||$17,000|
|University Hospitalization Coverage*||$ 2,332|
Room, Board, and Personal Expenses
This allocation represents a reasonable student expense for housing, utilities, food and other personal expenses. It is the same for all students whether they live on-campus or off-campus.
An additional allocation will be made to the cost-of-attendance to account for travel costs from the student's permanent home address (as reported on FAAST and/or FAFSA) to New Haven based on a universal assessment of average travel costs on a state by state or by country basis.
Health Services Coverage
Mandatory fees include membership in the Yale Health Plan (YHP), a comprehensive pre-paid group practice plan. In addition, students who are not enrolled in a hospitalization plan must obtain hospitalization coverage either through the University or another source. For 2017-2018, Yale Health Plan membership fees are set at $2,332 for single students, $8,674 for two party coverage and $14,554 for family coverage. The cost of single student coverage is automatically added to the basic budget for all students. If a student obtains outside insurance and waives this coverage, this expense will be removed from the student’s bill. If a student has dependents and will be enrolling in the two-person or family coverage plan, a Budget Revision form (with documentation of enrollment) must be completed and submitted to the Financial Aid Office for a budget adjustment (available at our website in the ‘Forms’ section for download). Additional financial aid for this expense is available in the form of a student loan.
For students with dependent children, an allowance of $8,000 for each child is added to the applicable budget.
Adjustments to the basic budget may be made in the event of extraordinary expenses and special needs (e.g., extraordinary medical expenses). Please note that any additional borrowing for extraordinary expenses are not COAP eligible. Additional financial assistance resulting from such an adjustment will be available in the form of a loan. Students are encouraged to discuss their individual situations with the Financial Aid Office, which is committed to being as responsive and flexible as possible.
Expenses Not Included
Moving expenses, prior debt, credit card debt and costs associated with automobiles will not be considered part of student budgets in determining eligibility for financial aid.
1The University Administrative and Activities fee includes University assessments for basic health coverage and use of University facilities and resources.