2022-2023 Cost of Attendance

Cost of Attendance at SF State for Fall 2022 and Spring 2023

Cost of attendance includes:

  • Direct Educational Costs (tuition fees, books, and supplies)
  • Living Costs (meals, housing, transportation, and personal expenses).
  • Estimated rent prices for a one-bedroom apartment in San Francisco can be found on Rent Cafe.

You will be charged directly to your student account for Tuition and Fees, and On-Campus Housing only. The published Cost of Attendance only represents an estimated budget and is intended to be used for financial planning.

Undergraduate Full Time Cost of Attendance For Two Semesters

Cost type

On Campus

Off Campus

Living With Parents

Tuition Fee (7 Units /Greater)

$7,522

$7,522

$7,522

Books and Supplies

$1,099

$1,099

$1,099

Food and Housing

$17,955

$18,999

$9,099

Personal Expenses

$2,196

$2,736

$2,250

Transportation

$351

$1,467

$1,710

Total =

$29,123

$31,823

$21,680

 

Graduate & 2nd Bachelor
Graduate Full Time Cost of Attendance for Two Semesters

Cost type

On Campus

Off Campus

Living with Parents

Tuition Fee (7 Units /Greater)

$8,956

$8,956

$8,956

Books and Supplies

$1,099

$1,099

$1,099

Food and Housing

$17,955

$18,999

$18,999

Personal Expenses

$2,196

$2,736

$2,736

Transportation

$351

$1,467

$1,467

Total =

$30,557

$33,257

$33,257

 

Graduate & 2nd Bachelor
Credential Students
Credential Full Time Cost of Attendance for Two Semesters

Cost type

On Campus

Off Campus

Living with Parents

Tuition Fee (7 Units /Greater)

$8,440

$8,440

$8,440

Books and Supplies

$1,099

$1,099

$1,099

Meals and Housing

$17,955

$18,999

$9,099

Personal Expenses

$2,196

$2,736

$2,250

Transportation

$351

$1,467

$1,710

Total =

$30,041

$32,741

$22,598


For additional Graduate and Professional Program Fees, see the Bursar's Office website.
 

Out-of-State and International students must pay $396.00 per unit in addition to the tuition fees appropriate to their student level. 
 

How is Cost of Attendance related to financial aid?

If you are a financial aid recipient, the Office of Student Financial Aid strives to award students up to the Cost of Attendance using a combination of all financial aid types for which you are eligible. For more information, visit our "Reviewing Your Awards" page.
 

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