Tuition & Fees
How much does Taylor cost for undergraduate students?
For the 2013-2014 academic year, Taylor was able to limit our cost increase to 2.5%, equaling the lowest percent in more than 10 years. Total costs for next year will increase from $35,845 to $36,742 - an adjustment of $897. Students enrolled full-time for both fall and spring will continue to have access to the free-tuition benefit offered during January, worth approximately $3,400 (a $13,600 value over four years). The J-term program continues to be a significant value-added part of the Taylor experience, providing students with the opportunity to accelerate their degree (the average Taylor graduate finishes their degree in 3.8 years) or participate in unique global experiences.
Below we provide a table of the breakdown of our total cost:
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The 2.5% adjustment is less than the 3.0% increase in the 2011 Consumer Price Index (CPI) and is reflective of our goal to evaluate any future increases in light of national standards like the CPI.
For billing questions, contact the Bursar's Office.
The Cost, Tuition and Fees for the 2014-2015 school year will be released in mid-February, 2014.
*Full-time tuition is charged to students who register for 12-17 credit hours a semester. Registering for greater than 17 hours, lab fees, private music lessons, selected courses and student insurance will incur an additional charge.
**Students should anticipate an additional $3,000 for books and miscellaneous expenses.
Tuition Payment Plans
Many families prefer to pay their college expenses in smaller, more manageable installments. . Taylor offers payment plan options for enrollment at the student account billing site. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details and additional information.
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In order to reduce your monthly payments, you can combine a payment plan with a Direct Parent PLUS loan. To learn more about the Direct PLUS loan, go to www.studentloans.gov.