The cost of attending SUNY should be clear and understandable to our students and their families.
The U.S. Education Department (ED) and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) provide a variety of tools to assist prospective students in evaluating and comparing school performance and cost information.
- The College Scorecard A planning tool and resource to assist prospective students and their families as they evaluate options in selecting a school.
- The College Navigator A consumer tool that provides school information to include tuition and fees, retention and graduation rates, use of financial aid, student loan default rates and features a cost calculator and school comparison tool.
- The Financial Aid Shopping Sheet A model aid award letter designed to simplify the information that prospective students receive about costs and financial aid so they can easily compare institutions and make informed decisions about where to attend school.
- “Paying for College” A webpage and tool which can be used by prospective students to enter the names of up to three schools and receive detailed financial information on each one and to enter actual financial aid award information.
The Johnny Isakson and David P. Roe, M.D. Veterans Health Care and Benefits Improvement Act of 2020 requires educational institutions to make certain disclosures to students using federal military and/or VA educational benefits. You can access a personalized data sheet by visiting the SUNY Net Price Cost Calculator and selecting Oneonta from the dropdown. Additional financial information can be found at the NCES College Navigator site.
The SUNY Financial Aid Plan (FAP) will provide a more in-depth analysis and accurate picture of student cost once the student has filed their FAFSA, completed a SUNY application, and has been accepted by a campus.