Estimated 2021 Fall Semester Cost Worksheet

After reviewing your award letter, complete this form to estimate your fall semester bill.

Tuition and fees
Includes Associated Students of Claremont McKenna College (ASCMC) fee.
$29,056
Are you a first-year student?
Housing:
Most first-year students typically stay in residence halls, which is included in the standard budget. Triples will not be available for 2021-2022, but if selected, it will lower your total cost which in turn lowers your total financial aid awards.

Meals:
$16 Meals / $200 Flex Plan is recommended and included in the standard budget.

Health Insurance:
Students must enroll in CMC Health Insurance if they do not have a domestic insurer that covers them while enrolled at CMC.

Less Financial Aid Award Credits per Semester:
College Grant: $
Cal Grant A or B: $
Federal Pell Grant: $
Federal SEOG: $
Other Scholarships or Grants: $
Federal Direct Loan (max $7,500 - your total estimated financial aid credits will be reduced below by the origination fee): $
Federal Direct PLUS Loan (Your estimated financial aid credits will be reduced below by the origination fee) $
CMC College Loan: $
Other (Do not include work-study): $
Total Estimated Semester Cost: $0
Total Estimated Financial Aid: $0
Estimated Net Balance per Semester: $0


When you adjust any numbers in charges or financial aid award credits, you must click calculate again for an updated balance.

Payment options:
One Payment of:
(Balance due in full each semester)
$0
Four Payments of:
(1/4 of charges, plus $100/semester service charge)
$0

Please note: Your bill includes direct charges for tuition, fees, room and board only and estimated charges are subject to change. You are not billed for books, personal expenses, or transportation costs. Any changes to your award, such as outside scholarships may cause your expected payment calculation to change.

There are additional expenses to keep in mind while calculating your cost for the semester. You are only billed for direct costs. You can estimate an expense of $600 for books/supplies and $750 for personal expenses per semester or $2,700 a year.