2011/12 Supplemental Documentation

Financial Aid and Tuition Rates

2010/11 CSU Comparison Institution Academic-Year Resident Undergraduate, Student Tuition and Fees

University 2009/10 2010/11 Increase
Rutgers University (Newark, NJ) $11,886 $12,560 $674 5.7%
Illinois State University (Normal, IL) $10,531 $11,399 $868 8.2%
University of Connecticut (Storrs, CT) $9,886 $10,416 $530 5.4%
Wayne State University (Detroit, MI) $9,272 $9,733 $461 5.0%
University of Maryland, Baltimore County $8,872 $9,171 $299 3.4%
University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee $8,522 $9,032 $510 6.0%
George Mason University (Fairfax, VA) $8,024 $8,684 $660 8.2%
Comparison Average1 $8,081 $8,682 $600 7.4%
University of Texas at Arlington $8,186 $8,500 $314 3.8%
Cleveland State University $7,920 $8,466 $546 6.9%
Arizona State University at Tempe $6,846 $8,134 $1,288 18.8%
Georgia State University at Atlanta $7,298 $7,884 $586 8.0%
University of Colorado at Denver $6,542 $7,327 $785 12.0%
State University of New York at Albany $6,698 $6,830 $132 2.0%
North Carolina State University $5,474 $6,529 $1,055 19.3%
University of Nevada at Reno $5,262 $5,561 $299 5.7%
California State University2 $4,893 $5,285 $392 8.0%
1Comparison average does not include the CSU.
2The 2010-11 CSU undergraduate resident tuition and fees amount of $5,285 includes a composite of approved annualized rates for the Fall 2010 term, and Winter/Spring 2011 terms.

2010/11 CSU Comparison Institution Academic Year - Graduate Resident Tuition and Fees

University 2009/10 2010/11 Increase
University of Maryland, Baltimore County $16,470 $17,250 $780 4.7%
Rutgers University (Newark, NJ) $15,429 $16,294 $865 5.6%
Wayne State University (Detroit, MI) $15,078 $15,813 $735 4.9%
George Mason University (Fairfax, VA) $13,440 $13,667 $227 1.7%
Cleveland State University $11,420 $12,201 $781 6.8%
University of Connecticut (Storrs, CT) $11,226 $11,828 $602 5.4%
Comparison Average1 $10,787 $11,519 $732 6.8%
University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee $10,818 $11,329 $511 4.7%
University of Colorado at Denver $9,491 $11,103 $1,612 17.0%
Georgia State University at Atlanta $9,340 $10,198 $858 9.2%
Illinois State University (Normal, IL) $8,851 $9,967 $1,116 12.6%
University of Texas at Arlington $9,200 $9,800 $600 6.5%
State University of New York at Albany $9,542 $9,543 $1 0.0%
Arizona State University at Tempe $7,976 $8,850 $874 11.0%
University of Nevada at Reno $7,577 $7,898 $321 4.2%
North Carolina State University $5,940 $7,045 $1,105 18.6%
California State University2 $5,829 $6,293 $464 8.0%
1Comparison average does not include the CSU.
2The 2010-11 CSU graduate resident tuition and fees amount of $6,293 includes a composite of approved annualized rates for the Fall 2010 term, and Winter/Spring 2011 terms.

2010/11 CSU Comparison Institution Academic-Year Nonresident Undergraduate, Student Tuition and Fees

University 2009/10 2010/11 Increase
University of Connecticut (Storrs, CT) $25,486 $26,880 $1,394 5.5%
Georgia State University at Atlanta $25,508 $26,094 $586 2.3%
George Mason University (Fairfax, VA) $24,008 $25,448 $1,440 6.0%
Rutgers University (Newark, NJ) $22,796 $24,316 $1,520 6.7%
Wayne State University (Detroit, MI) $20,003 $20,887 $884 4.4%
Arizona State University at Tempe $19,630 $20,598 $968 4.9%
Comparison Average1 $19,324 $20,306 $982 5.1%
University of Colorado at Denver $19,574 $20,011 $437 2.2%
University of Maryland, Baltimore County $18,213 $19,108 $895 4.9%
North Carolina State University $17,959 $19,064 $1,105 6.2%
University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee $18,251 $18,762 $511 2.8%
University of Nevada at Reno $17,602 $18,851 $1,249 7.1%
Illinois State University (Normal, IL) $16,561 $17,957 $1,396 8.4%
University of Texas at Arlington $16,496 $17,800 $1,304 7.9%
California State University $16,053 $16,445 $392 2.4%
State University of New York at Albany $14,598 $15,240 $642 4.4%
Cleveland State University $13,178 $13,577 $399 3.0%
1Comparison average does not include the CSU.