Cost of Attendance and Debt at University of Baltimore
Published cost of attendance (2022-23 AY)
|Non-Resident Tuition & fees||$49,940|
|Resident tuition & fees||$34,220|
|Cost of living in Baltimore, MD Includes books and living expenses||$25,280|
The average rate of increase for resident tuition & fees at University of Baltimore over the last 5 years is 1.94% per year.
The average rate of increase for non-resident tuition & fees at University of Baltimore over the last 5 years is 1.96% per year.
For this school's part-time tuition, please check the part-time tab above.
Year-over-year tuition change
Discounts for the 61.7%
A 50th percentile discount (scholarship) of $15k means that half of the full-time students with a discount (61.7% of full-time students) paid at least $15,000 less than the full price (off resident tuition for residents).
18.4% of 2021 1L's had their scholarship reduced or eliminated after the first year. 66.7% of 1L's had a conditional scholarship, thus 27.6% of conditional scholarship recipients paid more in subsequent years than expected. More information.
Personal debt projection
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Projected debt tables
|Direct PLUS rate||6.28%|
|Cost of living||2%|
|Cost of living||$25,786|
The following tables use the above assumptions to estimate debt under 30 scenarios per table. The first scenario—the top-left cell—reflects no tuition discount and borrowing the maximum amount for cost of living ($25,786). Move right across the row to see the impact of a larger tuition discount on borrowing, ending with a full-tuition discount. The right-most column reflects a student who pays $0 in tuition each year. Each additional row reflects annual cost of living savings. Using the final column as an example, the top-right cell reflects borrowing the maximum amount for cost of living. The cell below it reflects 5% savings per year. The bottom row reflects a student who spends 25% less than the maximum amount for cost of living.
These figures reflect no early loan payments, the standard six-month grace period post-graduation, and interest. We assume scholarship amounts remain constant and do not scale with tuition increases (except for 100% tuition scholarships). We do, however, assume that the percent under the school's estimated cost of living scales with annual increases.
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Resident Debt at repayment (full-time)
Debt at repayment (full-time)