Tuition and Financial Aid
Tuition Rates and Fees from the Office of the Bursar
Includes information on Undergraduate Tuition, Graduate Research Tuition, Professional Degree Tuition, Mandatory/Administrative Fees, In Absentia Fees, and Other Tuition Fees. Contact the bursar directly with questions. https://www.dfa.cornell.edu/bursar/students-parents/tuition-rates-fees
Cost to Attend Cornell University from the Office of Financial Aid for Undergraduates
Includes information on the Value of a Cornell Education, Cost of Attendance, and Financial Aid information. Contact the financial aid office directly with questions. https://finaid.cornell.edu/cost-attend
Cost and Funding Information from the Graduate School for Ph.D. Students
Includes Tuition Rates, Health Insurance Rates, and Costs of Attendance. Contact the Graduate School directly with questions. https://gradschool.cornell.edu/financial-support/
Tuition and Potential Funding Opportunities for M.Eng. Students
Master of Engineering Tuition for 2018-19 academic year is currently $54,584.00.
Other expenses to be aware of:
- $19,820.00 – Estimated Living Expenses ($2,202.00 per month) of rent, food, utilities, etc...
- $2,983.00 – Mandatory Student Health Insurance Package (for the 2018-19 academic year)
- $85.00 – Student Activity Fee ($42.50 per semester)
There is no financial assistance available for the Master of Engineering degree available through the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
You may consult the links below for the College of Engineering a to find more information about potential funding opportunities.
- Cornell Engineering financial aid: tuition awards, special awards, and teaching assistantships
- Lester B. Knight Jr. Scholarship: awarded to students interested in combining their Cornell M.Eng. training with an MBA from the Johnson School at Cornell. Interested students must apply to and be admitted to the M.Eng. Program and then apply for consideration to the MBA Program while enrolled.