Through philanthropy, research funding, and work opportunities, the College of Engineering
and Computing provides financial support to qualified students through undergraduate
scholarships, graduate fellowships and graduate assistantships.
College of Engineering and Computing Financial Aid:
The primary academic costs are comprised of university tuition, university fees, and
program-specific fees. These are collected by the Bursar’s Office. The Bursar also
maintains the current schedule of tuition and fees for estimating your costs of attendance,
which vary by program of study, residency, and other unique choices you’ve made for
your academic experience. Estimate your costs on the Bursar's Office website.
Department fees for the College of Engineering and Computing and other departments are applied based
on your chosen course of study.