2022-2023 Academic Year
Graduate Living Expenses
The following estimated expenses apply to students in any graduate program. The living expenses estimates used in the cost of attendance reflect modest and restrained expense allowances for University of Virginia students. Some students will spend more than the estimated amounts while others will spend less, depending on individual lifestyles and circumstances. Eligibility for financial aid, however, is based on the standard estimated allowance, not on individual preferences and spending habits.
The information on this page assumes a student who is living in Charlottesville and is being charged the full comprehensive fee.
|Books and Supplies||1,818||1,818|
|Total Additional Categories||21,538||21,538|
Summer 2023 graduate tuition is $509 per credit for Virginians and $1,032 per credit for non-Virginians. The summer session comprehensive fee is $438 for Virginians and $498 for non-Virginians.
Estimated Total Yearly Cost of Attendance
For the most up-to-date listing of tuition and fees costs per graduate program, visit the Graduate Record on the UREG website. Add the Total Additional Categories amount above to the tuition and fees costs for your program to estimate your total cost of attendance.
Student Health Insurance: All students at the University of Virginia who are charged the comprehensive fee with their tuition are required to have health insurance that is at least comparable to the plan offered by the University. If a student’s health insurance does not meet the comparable plan criteria, the student will automatically be enrolled in the UVA student health plan and charged the premium. Upon request, a student's budget may be increased to cover the cost of health insurance.
The Aetna Student Health Plan will provide coverage for all subscribers from August 1, 2022 until July 31, 2023. The annual cost of the plan is $3,309.