As you prepare for your studies, you should take a comprehensive look at both your expenses and your available resources. The Olin Financial Services team can help you formulate a realistic budget for tuition and fees, coupled with living expenses. Managing your student loan repayment obligation is critical to maintaining a sound credit history. Therefore, you should only borrow what you need to cover tuition, fees, and basic living expenses.

The Cost of Attendance (or budget) represents the maximum allowable aid total for each graduate Olin program. We understand students’ expenses vary, contingent upon a number of factors. However, all forms of aid combined-including scholarships, student loans, and work-study-must not exceed the Cost of Attendance.

Noncitizen Students: Please be advised that the dollar amounts required to obtain your student visa will differ from the budgets listed below. Please review your documentation from the Office of International Students and Scholars (OISS)for specifics regarding the visa process.


2022-2023 Student Budgets