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Past Budgets

For planning purposes, some families find it helpful to know the student expense budgets from the last few years as a guide to help project future year's costs. Listed below are the last 7 years of student budgets used by our office to award financial aid.

2013-2014 Student Budget Nine-Month Living Expenses
Budget Items Lives with Parents/Relative Undergrad Traditional Undergrad Non-Traditional Undergrad
Books $1,206 $1,206 $1,206
Room/Board $3,402 $10,752 $14,076
Personal $2,265 $2,265 $2,265
Transportation * $414 $414 $1,296
       
Resident Tuition ** $12,397 $12,397 $12,397
Resident Total Costs $19,684 $27,034 $31,240
       
Non-Resident Tuition ** $31,971 $31,971 $31,971
Non-Resident Total Costs $39,258 $46,608 $50,814

* For UW-Seattle students, the annual U-Pass expense of $228 is added to the Tuition and Fees category.

**Tuition rates are for Seattle undergraduates.

 

2012-2013 Student Budget Nine-Month Living Expenses
Budget Items Lives with Parents/Relative Undergrad Traditional Undergrad Non-Traditional Undergrad
Books $1,035 $1,035 $1,035
Room/Board $3,318 $9,969 $13,812
Personal $2,265 $2,265 $2,265
Transportation $414 $414 $1,296
       
Resident Tuition $12,383 $12,383 $12,383
Resident Total Costs $19,415 $26,066 $30,791
       
Non-Resident Tuition $29,938 $29,938 $29,938
Non-Resident Total Costs $36,970 $43,621 $48,346


2011-2012 Student Budget Nine-Month Living Expenses
Budget Items Lives with Parents/Relative Undergrad Traditional Undergrad Non-Traditional Undergrad
Books $1,035 $1,035 $1,035
Room/Board $3,318 $9,771 $13,812
Personal $2,265 $2,265 $2,265
Transportation $642 $642 $1,524
       
Resident Tuition $10,346 $10,346 $10,346
Resident Total Costs $17,606 $24,059 $28,982
       
Non-Resident Tuition $27,830 $27,830 $27,830
Non-Resident Total Costs $35,090 $41,543 $46,466



2010-2011 Student Budget Nine-Month Living Expenses
Budget Items Lives with Parents/Relative Undergrad Traditional Undergrad Non-Traditional Undergrad
Books $1,035 $1,035 $1,035
Room/Board $3,189 $9,399 $13,578
Personal $2,265 $2,265 $2,265
Transportation $642 $642 $1,524
       
Resident Tuition $8,701 $8,701 $8,701
Resident Total Costs $15,832 $22,042 $27,103
       
Non-Resident Tuition $25,329 $25,329 $25,329
Non-Resident Total Costs $32,460 $38,670 $43,731

 

2009-2010 Student Budget Nine-Month Living Expenses
Budget Items Lives with Parents/Relative Undergrad Traditional Undergrad Non-Traditional Undergrad
Books $1,035 $1,035 $1,035
Room/Board $3,036 $8,949 $12,876
Personal $2,265 $2,265 $2,265
Transportation $504 $504 $1,524
       
Resident Tuition $7,692 $7,692 $7,692
Resident Total Costs $14,532 $20,445 $25,392
       
Non-Resident Tuition $24,367 $24,367 $24,367
Non-Resident Total Costs $31,207 $37,120 $42,067

 

2008-2009 Student Budget Nine-Month Living Expenses
Budget Items Lives with Parents/Relative Undergrad Traditional Undergrad Non-Traditional Undergrad
Books $1,035 $1,035 $1,035
Room/Board $2,877 $8,640 $12,474
Personal $2,265 $2,265 $2,265
Transportation $396 $396 $1,524
       
Resident Tuition $6,802 $6,802 $6,802
Resident Total Costs $13,375 $19,138 $24,100
       
Non-Resident Tuition $23,219 $23,219 $23,219
Non-Resident Total Costs $29,792 $35,555 $40,517

 

2007-2008 Student Budget Nine-Month Living Expenses
Budget Items Lives with Parents/Relative Undergrad Traditional Undergrad Non-Traditional Undergrad
Books $1,008 $1,008 $1,008
Room/Board $2,802 $8,337 $11,742
Personal $2,265 $2,265 $2,265
Transportation $396 $396 $1,443
       
Resident Tuition $6,385 $6,385 $6,385
Resident Total Costs $12,856 $18,391 $22,843
       
Non-Resident Tuition $22,131 $22,131 $22,131
Non-Resident Total Costs $28,602 $34,137 $38,589

 

Traditional: All single, undergraduate students without dependents (spouse or children) who are living away from parent's home; undergraduate married students without children whose spouses are also students.

Non-Traditional: All graduate/professional students; undergraduates who have children; married undergraduates whose spouses are not also enrolled. Registered same-sex domestic partners may request consideration for additional living costs and will need to provide information about their partners' financial resources when they make the request.