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Cost of Attendance (COA) for Financial Aid

Cost of Attendance (COA) for Financial Aid

Summary

Overview of Cost of Attendance in relation to Financial Aid

Explanation

Cost of Attendance (COA) is a measurement of your expenditures associated with attending the college. The COA is determined by the College for a given academic year, and your award cannot exceed this number. COA is a necessary element in determining the amount of aid you can receive.

 

Key Words: COA, cost of attendance, expenditures, financial aid

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