Graduate Cost of Attendance
Information about the cost of attendance for Penn’s graduate and professional programs.
The cost of attendance represents the cost of attending Penn for an academic year, and includes both direct costs that appear on your student bill such as tuition and fees, and indirect costs that are not billed by Penn, such as living expenses, books and supplies, transportation,and an allowance for personal expenses. Students should consider their cost of attendance as their budget for each academic year. Penn also uses the cost of attendance to help determine a student’s eligibility for financial aid.
Each of Penn’s graduate and professional programs has a unique cost of attendance based on the billed and unbilled expenses of that program. Some elements are consistent across all programs, but many are linked to the specific requirements of your program.
This section lists tuition and mandatory fees for each of the graduate and professional schools, along with living expense budgets where applicable. For more information about costs specific to your program, visit your graduate school's website.