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The University at Buffalo is a prominent national research university that has been ranked one of the best values among public colleges in the United States.
When you use the Net Price Calculator, please keep a few important things in mind:
Results Are Not Tailored to Specific Circumstances
This calculator will be helpful in determining general average costs. Results provided are estimates. Actual eligibility will consider other criteria including but not limited to enrollment status or funding eligibility for campus-based aid and scholarship.
Merit Scholarships Vary by Individual
While the Net Price Calculator includes merit scholarship funding in its assessment, the estimate is applied generally, exclusive of your individual academic qualifications. For this reason, it may significantly overestimate or underestimate merit-based aid for individual students.
Please remember that it is imperative to meet all admission application deadlines in order to qualify for merit-based scholarships.
Costs May Change
The costs provided in the estimate may not reflect the actual charges you will incur as a student. Depending on when you use the Calculator, changes in tuition, fees or other expenses that will take effect during the academic year you attend may not be available
The FAFSA is Critical
You must file the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). The FAFSA is available to students beginning Oct. 1 of the year before you are planning to enroll.
We’re Ready to Help
The Net Price Calculator is a good first reference to use when you start researching college options; however our team of financial aid professionals is happy to help you determine your financial aid options and guide you through the process. Call our office at 716-645-8232 if you have any questions about the financial aid process.
Information is subject to change without notice due to changes in federal, state and/or institutional rules and regulations. Students must complete a FAFSA every year. Students must be making satisfactory academic progress to continue to receive financial aid.