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Cost Information

Cost of Attendance, 2024-25

Cost of attendance is your 'all in cost' for one year of the academic program. It is for a single student and assumes a modest lifestyle and shared housing.

Program Fee
Total Tuition and Fees  
Room, Board, and Personal Expenses*
Textbooks and Photocopies
Health Insurance**
Total Estimated Living Expenses

Total Single Student Budget


** Yale University requires students to carry hospitalization insurance. Students with alternate hospitalization insurance may waive Yale Health coverage.

One-Time Computer Increase: Students must submit an invoice or quote for the price of the computer in order to receive this increase up to $1,000. For domestic MBA students only.

Frequently Asked Questions

Fall Term

  • Fees posted July 1
  • Due in full by August 1

Spring Term

  • Fees posted the first week of November
  • Due in full by December 1

All student's are automatically enrolled in the Yale Health Insurance Plan. Students with alternation hospitalization insurance may waive the Yale Health coverage.

Yes.  Students may finance all or a portion of the term fees with a 5 month payment plan.  More information on the payment plan is available on the Student Accounts' website

Fees for students in joint degree programs may vary from the fees shown above in the standard student budget. In addition, graduate programs at Yale have different tuition rates and financial aid policies. Each school will determine your financial aid for the period of enrollment at that school. Please contact each financial aid office for information.

Joint Degree Programs

This process is for students who will receive refunds in excess of their tuition and fee charges and will need a refund for living expenses. Refund requests will be processed once classes for the applicable term have begun and all of your financial aid has been received and credited to your student account (usually toward the end of August).

The fastest and most convenient way to receive a refund is by direct deposit to your personal U.S. checking account. Once you've arrived in the United States and opened up a bank account, you can enroll for direct deposit for your refund through Yale Hub, After logging in, select  Student Accounts -> Direct Deposit Authorization. After the refund request has been submitted, you can expect to see the funds in your checking account within 2-3 banking days.

1098-T forms are mailed each year by January 31st to the student's mailing address on file in SIS. 1098-T forms are also available to students and proxies on the  YalePay website.