Below is an example of how to calculate the net amount of tuition and fees you will need to pay for the 2017–2018 academic year. For more information on billing and on payment options, see Paying Your Bill.
- The total Yale bill is split into two equal payments, one due August 1 and the other due December 1.
- Families may also enroll in the 10-month Yale Payment Plan.
- The amount calculated here does not include unbilled expenses such as books, supplies, or travel expenses.
|1||Tuition, Room, & Board||$66,900|
|2||Yale Health||+||$2,264*||►||*2016–2017 cost
Students who already have valid and sufficient coverage may waive the Yale Health insurance premium by submitting a waiver form.
|3||Total Billed Expenses||=||$_____|
|4||Scholarship & Grant Aid||-||$_____||►||
If you are including any outside awards that are not listed on your award letter, please see “Notifying Yale about outside awards” under Sources for Outside Aid.
|5||Parent & Student Loans (Less any applicable fees)||-||$_____||►||
Loans are not part of your financial aid award but are available; see Loan Options. If you borrow a loan that includes a fee, consider it in your calculation. For example, if you borrow a $3,500 Federal Direct Loan, you should deduct 1.073% ($38) and list only $3,462 here.
|6||Total Deductions (4 + 5)||$_____|
|7||Balance Due (Subtract 6 from 3)||=||$_____||►||This is the total amount of net tuition and fees that you will need to pay for the academic year. See Paying Your Bill for more information.|