Ramapo College has received recognition and a number of awards for value and return on investment (ROI). These awards include Kiplinger’s “One of the Best 100 Values in Public Colleges” for ten years in a row, a ranking on payscale.com of 200 out of 1,312 colleges for overall college ROI, and “Best Bang for the Buck Colleges in the Northeast” by Washington Monthly College Guide and Rankings.
Tuition costs are listed below. Many students are able to receive financial aid, scholarships, grants, and other financial sources to help reduce and/or pay for tuition. Please view our web pages on scholarships and financial aid for more information.
Undergraduate Cost Information Fall 2023 & Spring 2024
|2023-2024 Cost *
||Qualified RCC, OCCC,
WCC & DCC Graduates **
Tuition & Fees, Yearly
|Room & Board, Yearly Average*
|Total Cost For
Residential Student, Yearly
*The above rates are calculated based on living in Mackin Hall and choosing the Simple 7 meal plan. Specific residence hall and meal plan cost information is available online, as well as information on certain fees that may apply to you, such as Student Health Insurance, Parking Permit Fees, or specific Lab Fees. Learn more: https://www.ramapo.edu/student-accounts/costinfo/
** QUALIFIED ROCKLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE (RCC), ORANGE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE (OCCC), WESTCHESTER COMMUNITY COLLEGE (WCC) AND DUTCHESS COMMUNITY COLLEGE (DCC) GRADUATES: In order to qualify for the discounted tuition rate, a student must have applied and been accepted by Ramapo College not longer than one year after graduating from RCC, OCCC, WCC or DCC and NOT attended another institution between graduation from RCC, OCCC, WCC or DCC and acceptance by Ramapo.
*** Housing grants for out-of-state students may be available.
Graduate Student Tuition
Please see posted graduate tuition rates for each program – here.