University of Northern Iowa

Cedar Falls, Iowa

How much does it cost to attend University of Northern Iowa?

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How much does it cost to attend the University of Northern Iowa and earn a bachelor’s degree?

In-state students pay an annual total price of $20,934 to attend the school on a full time basis. This includes the $8,938 for tuition, $900 for books and supplies, $1,273 for other fees, $2,148 for other expenses, and $8,948 for room and board.

Out of state residents are charged a higher rate. If you are an out-of-state resident, you can expect to pay $31,476 per year. This is 65.9% higher than the total in-state cost. This number includes the $7,665 for tuition as well as $900 for books and supplies, $1,273 for other fees, $8,948 for room and board, and $2,148 for other expenses.

University of Northern Iowa Tuition and Fees

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The average net price of attending the University of Northern Iowa for one year in the fall 2018 academic year was $16,244 per year. This amount reflects what the average student who was eligible for a grant or a scholarship paid. The net price includes tuition, required fees, books and supplies costs, the cost for room and board, and other expenses.

Net price reflects what most people pay to attend the University of Northern Iowa when you factor in the grants and scholarships offered to students at the school. It's a useful statistic to use if you think you may be eligible for a grant or a scholarship. However, net price varies between family income and financial need.

The higher your income, the more likely you are to pay a premium price to attend the University of Northern Iowa. Those whose families earned under $30,000 per year paid an average amount of $12,069 per year as of fall 2018. Students whose families earned between $48,001 and $75,000, on the other hand, paid an average of $16,041 per year as of fall 2018 to attend the University of Northern Iowa.

University of Northern Iowa Financial Aid

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The University of Northern Iowa students are eligible for federal financial aid.

The average student who received financial assistance was given a package that totalled up to $5,591. Of those who applied, 59% received financial aid.

Financial aid packages consist of two parts: Pell Grants and federal student loans. Pell Grants are paid to qualifying students from low-income backgrounds and do not need to be repaid. Federal student loans are given to eligible students on an as-needed basis and must be repaid, with interest, within a certain period of time.

The average Pell Grant awarded to a student at the University of Northern Iowa who was granted one in the fall 2018 academic year was $4,010. Of those who applied for a Pell Grant, only 27% of students received one.

The average student who took out a federal student loan was given $6,109 in aid. Only 56% of students who applied for a federal loan had their application accepted.

University of Northern Iowa Calculator - 4 Year Cost

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Based on the current cost of tuition, as well as historical data, we predict that the total price you will pay for your education at the University of Northern Iowa would be $26,057 across four academic school years.

This assumes that you graduate within normal time, and that tuition increases by 8% each year. This percentage increase is based on historical data.

University of Northern Iowa Credit Hour Cost and Price Per Class

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University of Northern Iowa Student Loans

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Student loans are an important part of any financial aid package. However, they can be quite complex to understand. To help you out, we have modeled what a ten-year student loan would look like with a balance of $0.

This balance is calculated by multiplying the average net price of studying at the University of Northern Iowa for a year by four. Our calculations therefore estimate what you would owe if you qualified for federal financial aid and used student loans to finance a large amount of your education.

We calculate that, using the Stafford Loan interest rate of 4.5%, you would pay $1,415 per month for a period of ten years. Ten years reflects the normal length of a federal student loan. In total, you would have paid $17,302.29 in interest, and the sum of all your loan payments would be $67899.92 once your loan had been paid off.

This projection is not relevant if you finance your education using private loans, which typically come with higher interest rates.

University of Northern Iowa Tuition Payment Plans

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Prepaid Tuition PlanNo
Alternative Tuition PlanNo
Guaranteed Tuition PlanNo

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