Costs

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Durham Undergraduate Costs 2022-2023

  Resident Non-Resident Regional*
Tuition $15,520 $34,430 $27,160
Fees $3,504 $3,504 $3,504
Double Room $7,932 $7,932 $7,932
Board $4,744 $4,744 $4,744
Direct Costs $31,700 $50,610 $43,340
Books & Supplies $1,000 $1,000 $1,000
Transportation $450 $1,200 $1,200
Miscellaneous $2,200 $2,200 $2,200
Cost of Attendance $35,350 $55,010 $47,740

*Regional Tuition costs are for New England residents admitted to participating majors approved through the New England Regional Student Program (NERSP). For more information on the Tuition Break Program, click here

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Net Price Calculator

We've partnered with the College Board to offer a Net Price Calculator tool that will help you determine just how affordable UNH may be for your family.

Comparing costs

As your aid packages start coming in, you’ll see that your financial aid eligibility will vary from school to school. Review your aid awards carefully. Sometimes, what appears to be the biggest aid package isn’t the best.

This simple, printable chart can help you organize your aid information and compare costs.

Knowing the following terms may help:

Cost of attendance

Schools may list this figure on your award letter or their website. Cost of attendance includes tuition and fees, room and board, books, supplies, transportation and miscellaneous expenses.

Grants/scholarships

Grant and scholarship aid does not need to be paid back, so can be subtracted from the cost of attendance.

Net price

This is the cost of attendance minus your grant and scholarship aid.

Student loans

Only include loans that are offered in your aid package. If you are planning on borrowing, subtract the student loans from the net price to determine your net cost.

Work study

While you may be eligible for a work study award, they are typically used for miscellaneous expenses as students receive paychecks for their hours worked.

Parent loans

Some schools will add a PLUS/Parent Loan to your financial aid package. These are credit-based loans a parent will need to borrow in their name – they are not aid awarded by the college.