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1st Year Toro Tuition & Fees

Last updated January 6, 2020

As a student, there are several other required costs that you will be responsible to pay throughout the year. Take a look below at what else you can expect to pay in addition to tuition as a first year Toro! Keep in mind that the balance shown here reflects what students would pay out of pocket before any financial aid, grants or scholarships are applied. Once your financial aid package has been disbursed, the total cost should decrease significantly! 

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