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Financial Aid

Cost of Attendance

Cost of Attendance Budget

A cost of attendance (COA) budget is used by the financial aid office to estimate the expenses a student might incur while attending college during an academic year.  It does not reflect the actual costs a student will pay from their own funds to attend college.  Cost of attendance budgets include allowances for tuition and fees, books and supplies, room and board, transportation and miscellaneous or personal expenses.  An allowance for childcare or dependent care expenses can also be included.  The COA budget helps the financial aid office determine a student’s financial need once the FAFSA has been filed.

2021-2022 Cost of Attendance at John A. Logan College

Full-Time
Dependent
(30 cr hrs)
Full-Time
Independent
(30 cr hrs)
Half-Time
Dependent
(12 cr hrs)
Half-Time
Independent
(12 cr hrs)
Tuition & Fees$4,310$4,310$1,826$1,826
Book & Supplies$1,526$1,526$763$763
Room & Board$3,150$6,300$3,150$6,300
Transportation$3,488$3,488$3,488$3,488
Personal Expenses$1,622$1,622$1,622$1,622
TOTAL COA$14,096$17,246$10,849$13,999

Tuition and fees schedule for students per credit hours: https://www.jalc.edu/admissions/tuition-and-fees/

John A. Logan College’s Net Price calculator is a tool which provides an estimate of the net cost of attendance and estimated financial aid.  Please realize this is only an estimate.  Your actual costs and financial aid eligibility will be determined once you file the FAFSA.
Net Price Calculator