Cost & Aid

Affordable Excellence

We are a great value — whether you're talking about cost of tuition, return on investment, graduating with low debt or the success of our alumni.

As a public institution, Binghamton provides students with a rigorous education and the ability to graduate with less debt than the national average, allowing them to more easily begin a career or attend graduate school after earning their bachelor's degrees.

U.S. News & World Report
#44 TOP COLLEGES Doing the Most for the American Dream
The New York Times
#25 PUBLIC COLLEGES Worth the Money

Cost of Attendance (estimated)

Annual budget (2023-2024)
New York State Resident Out-of-State Resident International Resident
Tuition $7,070 $26,160 $26,160
Fees $3,293 $3,293 $6,371**
Housing and meals $18,214* $18,214*
Cost of Attendance $28,577 $47,667 $50,745

As of July 2023, subject to change
*Reflects housing plan standard double and average meal plan
**International students: Fees do not include the SEVIS fee. For a complete breakdown of student fees, visit the tuition and fees charts on the Student Accounts website.