Cost of Attendance
Investing in Yourself!
Going to college is an investment in yourself and a commitment to your future. It will help you increase your career opportunities and your potential income. At Bay Path University, we are committed to providing you with a quality education and helping you make the most of your investment in yourself.
Through our comprehensive merit scholarship and need-based grant program, many students pay an equal "out of pocket" expense compared to their friends at state or public institutions.
Tuition for the 2015-2016 Academic Year (12-17 credits per semester):
Room & Board: $12,424.00 (14 meals per week plan)*
Health Insurance Program: $2,311.00 (full year)*
*Health Insurance Program: (subject to waiver)
Prices are subject to change without notice. The Massachusetts Universal Health Care Act mandates that all students enrolled three-quarter to full time in a degree-granting program at all colleges and universities in Massachusetts participate in a qualifying student accident and sickness insurance program. In accordance with Massachusetts State Law, Bay Path requires students to participate in the College’s Student Accident and Sickness Insurance Program unless proof of comparable coverage is provided. Students must go online to Consolidated Health Plans to complete the Online Enrollment Form to enroll in the Bay Path University Student Accident and Sickness Insurance Program, or complete the Online Waiver Form and provide proof of comparable coverage to waive this plan. The deadline for completing the waiver form and waiving the insurance for the academic year is July 1st.
*Room and Board:
Room and Board is based on double occupancy. A student may request a single room for an additional charge per year. There are also rooms available with triple occupancy for an additional charge per semester. The room and board charge includes reasonable local phone access, basic cable services and computer/Internet access. Each resident student must choose a meal plan. Students are allowed to change their meal plan up to the end of the first week of each semester. Missed meals cannot be reclaimed at a later date, and only one meal is allowed per meal period. No refunds are given on unused campus card dollars included with the meal plans. Any unused portion from the fall semester will be carried forward to the spring semester. Any unused portion at the end of the spring semester will be forfeited.