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Cost & Aid

Let’s Make Your Education a Reality

Making sure that you are able to earn a high-quality degree at an affordable price is our commitment to you. We’ll help you find the resources necessary to make your education a reality.
 

Financial Aid

The Financial Aid Office is here to assist you with affording the cost of your college education, through grants and waivers, loans and student work programs. Look through our financial aid reward guide to become more familiar with the opportunities available to you. How to apply for financial aid »

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Graduate School Funding

In collaboration with the Financial Aid Office, the College of Graduate Studies may help students find assistantships, fellowships, grants and scholarships to help make graduate school more affordable. Learn more about Graduate Funding at BSU »

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Undergraduate Students

Annual costs for Massachusetts and non-Massachusetts residents.
Tuition and Fees
$11,734/year ($17,874/year for non-MA residents)
Room and Meal Plan
$13,346/year (average cost for first-year students)
Books
$1,200/year
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Graduate Students

As graduate students, Massachusetts and non-Massachusetts residents have the same cost per credit hour.
Tuition and Fees
$516.50/credit hour
A typical graduate course is 3 credits or
$1,549.50 total (tuition and fees)
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Continuing Studies

Undergraduate continuing studies courses begin at 4 p.m. Monday-Friday, and include all day Saturday and Sunday.
Tuition and Fees
$484.50/credit hour
A typical Continuing Studies course is 3 credits or
$1,453.50 total (tuition and fees)
Christian Pierce, '22
BSU was there when I needed it the most, and I thank donors for believing in me. Some of us don’t always end up having the same playing field or opportunities as others. The scholarship was the key to my success and making the dean’s list.” 
Christian Pierce, '22
Health Studies, BS, with a minor in health resources management

37%

of students are Pell-eligible

87%

proportion of undergraduates who received financial aid in 2022-23

$33.2M

state and federal grants and scholarships awarded annually

$4.5M

merit scholarships awarded to first-year students

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Financial Support for Out-of-State Students

Did you know that the cost of attending BSU is nearly the same as — or in some cases, less than — the cost of attending college in your own state?

Your cost will rival the cost of attending a public university near you after applying financial aid, the $5,000 per year Horace Mann Scholarship or the New England Regional Discount Program.

Contact Information

Student Accounts

Boyden Hall, Room 107
131 Summer Street
ϲ, MA 02325
United States

Financial Aid

Federal School Code: 002183-00
Welcome Center, Room 209
45 Plymouth Street
ϲ, MA 02325
United States