Cost of Attendance
Cost of Attendance (COA) is students’ direct and indirect costs to pursue their education. Direct costs are tuition and fees billed by Roseman University. Indirect costs are living expenses like room and board and can include books and supplies. The indirect costs are based on estimates of our students’ actual cost of living.
See below for the monthly living expenses allocated to the Cost of Attendance. The number of months in the academic year varies by program and year in the program (e.g., P1, P2, P3) and is based on the final academic calendar submitted to the Financial Aid Office by the academic program.
Logging in to the Financial Aid Portal will show your actual Cost of Attendance for the academic year.
2022-2023 Monthly Living Expenses
2023-2024 Monthly Living Expenses
Request for Professional Judgement Form
Use this form if you are an undergraduate student who does not already have a bachelor’s degree, and you’ve experienced a significant loss in income (or your parent has experienced a significant loss in income if you are dependent on the FAFSA). This form is only beneficial if you are not already receiving the maximum federal Pell grant ($6,895 for the 2022-2023 award year) AND you do not already hold a bachelor’s degree. Please read the form carefully and submit all required documentation together to firstname.lastname@example.org or in-person to the Financial Aid Office.
Financial Aid Portal
You can access the Financial Aid Portal to view your financial aid status and accept or decline your financial aid offers.
Complete a 2022-2023 FAFSA to be considered for federal student aid. Roseman University's School Code is: 040653