ETSU's estimated cost of attendance is an average figure used to determine your financial aid eligibility. The cost of attendance estimated total dollar amount is an average amount of standard expenses such as: tuition, fees, books, supplies, room, board, travel, and miscellaneous expenses.Your actual costs may differ. Tuition and Fees are subject to change by the Tennessee Board of Regents without Notice. Please keep in mind additional charges may occur when you register for certain courses.
Academic year is defined as Fall and Spring, however, if a student chooses to attend summer school, graduate school, Regents Online Degree Program (RODP), Study Abroad, or attend another school the cost of attendance is increased to allow for the expenses. Furthermore, the cost of attendance is decreased if you receive a Disabled Persons and Persons Over 60 Years of Age or older, who enroll for credit courses. (Federal Financial Aid does not pay for auditing courses or allow for it in the cost of attendance.)
How Much Financial Aid Can I Get?
Visit this page to find out how your aid eligibility is determined.
If you have financial aid funds that exceed the charges on your ETSU Student Account at the time of disbursement, you will receive a refund, which may be used to pay other educational related expenses covered under your cost of attendance. If subsequent charges are made to your account, you are responsible for paying. Budget and spend your money wisely. Your money matters! Know your limits.
What are my actual tuition and fees?
ETSU Bursar Financial Services Tuition and Fee Information
When will I know how much my final tuition and fees are, and how do I find them?
You will be able to see your actual charges on GoldLink by viewing your student account after mid July of every year and after you have registered for classes.
How do I pay for college if I am an out-of-state, Full-time, Dependent Student?
ETSU Office of Financial Aid How to Pay for College