The student budget, comprised of tuition, fees, and living expenses, determines the eligibility ceiling for calculating educational loans (both federal and private).Single-Student Budget 2013-2014
|Total Tuition and Fees†||
|Rent, Utilities, Food*||
|Personal Expenses* (clothing, travel, etc.)||
|Health Insurance (est.)**||
|Total Estimated Living Expenses||
|TOTAL SINGLE-STUDENT BUDGET||
|† Tuition and Fees include the International Experience, student activity fee, and a Yale SOM program laptop.
* Estimated expenses assuming a modest lifestyle and shared housing.
** Yale University requires students to carry hospitalization insurance. The figure shown is an estimate of the cost of Yale's insurance for a single student in 2013-14, based on the rates for 2012-13. Students with alternate hospitalization insurance may waive Yale Health coverage.
Joint-Degree ApplicantsYale SOM tuition and fees for students in joint degree programs vary from the tuition and fees shown above in the standard student budget. Further, 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. You should contact each financial aid office for information.