Friday, March 28, 2014


The cost of attending University of Chicago this fall has increased by 4 percent. The private school in Hyde Park announced the total cost for the 2014-15 academic year is $62,458. Tuition will be $47,139, and room, board and other school fees are $15,319.
The total cost for the current academic year is $60,039, including $45,324 for tuition and $14,715 in other expenses. Other Chicago-area universities also have announced tuition increases for the 2014-15 academic year. Illinois Institute of Technology's increased 3.8 percent to $39,975 and DePaul University's rose 3.5 percent to $31,354. University of Illinois at Chicago and University of Illinois approved a 1.7 percent increase to $10,584 and $12,036, respectively, for in-state students. Loyola University Chicago increased tuition 2.5 percent to $37,270.
University of Chicago also announced it was raising its financial aid budget by 5 percent to $112 million. The school said about 60 percent of its students receive some kind of financial aid.
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