Forbes, Princeton Review, the U.S. Department of Education and Money agree: A Bryant degree offers value for your tuition dollar.
Tuition and fees for the 2017-2018 Academic Year include the use of a personal laptop computer, laboratory fees, health services, participation in intramural sports, use of athletic and wellness facilities, and a subscription to The Archway, the student-run newspaper.
|Residence halls 1-17 - single||$5,903.50||$11,807.00|
|Residence halls 1-17 - double||$4,518.00||$9,036.00|
|Townhouse - single||$5,903.50||$11,807.00|
|Townhouse - double||$5,496.00||$10,992.00|
|Residence hall deposit|
(*1st-time residents, one-time fee)
|19 meals per week||$3,179.00||$6,358.00|
|14 meals per week||$3,029.50||$6,059.00|
|10 meals per week||$2,973.00||$5,946.00|
|7 meals per week||$2,846.50||$5,693.00|
|Student involvement fee||$204.50||$409.00|
|Tuition for nontraditional undergraduate students||$3,099.00 per 3-credit course|
|Tuition for internships (extra sessions)||$1,162.00|
*Billing rates are determined by classes completed at the University and do not necessarily reflect academic status.
Some families pay the semester balance in full. Other families choose to spread their tuition and fee payments into 10 equal installments paid monthly May through February.
This service is administered for the University by:
It costs $80 to enroll in this payment plan.