The Culinary Institute of America

  • 2013–2014 Tuition and Fees:
    New York Campus

    Associate and Bachelor's Degree Programs

    The 2013–14 tuition and fees for all degree programs at our Hyde Park, NY campus. View the 2014–2015 tuition and fees that go into effect on August 1, 2014.

    First Semester Freshman  
    Tuition* $13,230
    Application  $50
    Confirmation# $100
    Supplies  $1,440†/$1,295††
    Board**  $1,365
    General Fee+ $630
    Total $16,815/$16,670
       
    Second Semester Freshman  
    Tuition* $13,230
    Board**  $1,365
    General Fee+ $630
    Total $15,225
       
    First Semester Sophomore  
    Tuition* $13,230
    Supplies  $460‡/$495‡‡
    Board**  $1,365
    General Fee+ $630
    Total $15,685/$15,720
       
    Second Semester Sophomore  
    Tuition* $13,230
    Board**  $1,365
    General Fee+ $630
    Total $15,225
     
    First Semester Junior  
    Tuition* $13,230
    Board**  $1,365
    General Fee+ $630
    Total $15,225
       
    Second Semester Junior  
    Tuition* $13,230
    Board**  $1,365
    General Fee+ $630
    Total $15,225
       
    First Semester Senior  
    Tuition* $13,230 §
    Board**  $1,365
    General Fee+ $630
    Total $15,225
       
    Second Semester Senior  
    Tuition* $13,230
    Board**  $1,365
    General Fee+ $630
    Total $15,225


    * Full time tuition is per semester, with each semester ranging from 12–18 credits.
    ** Board listed is the standard meal plan, which includes two meals per day on scheduled class days.
    # The non-refundable confirmation fee is due upon signing of the enrollment agreement and payment of the $300 advance deposit on tuition.
    † First-semester supplies for culinary arts students include culinary tool kit, textbooks, and uniforms.
    †† First-semester supplies for baking and pastry arts students include baking & pastry tool kit, textbooks, and uniforms.
    ‡ Supplies for culinary arts students.
    ‡‡ Supplies for baking and pastry arts students.
    + The general fee includes charges such as student activity and exam fees, as well as secondary student accident insurance.
    § Students who take the Food, Wine, and (Agri)culture Trip course outside the U.S. will be subject to an additional charge.

    Residence Hall Rates
    Rates per semester are as follows:
    Single-occupancy $3,890
    Double-occupancy room $3,050–$3,540

     

    2014–2015

    The tuition and fees listed below go into effect on August 1, 2014 for all degree programs at our Hyde Park, NY campus.

    First Semester Freshman  
    Tuition* $13,475
    Application  $50
    Confirmation# $100
    Supplies  $1,495†/$1,325††
    Board**  $1,386
    General Fee+ $645
    Total $17,151/$16,981
       
    Second Semester Freshman  
    Tuition* $13,475
    Board**  $1,386
    General Fee+ $645
    Total $15,506
       
    First Semester Sophomore  
    Tuition* $13,475
    Supplies  $470‡/$500‡‡
    Board**  $1,386
    General Fee+ $645
    Total $15,976/$16,006
       
    Second Semester Sophomore  
    Tuition* $13,475
    Board**  $1,386
    General Fee+ $645
    Total $15,506
     
    First Semester Junior  
    Tuition* $13,475
    Board**  $1,386
    General Fee+ $645
    Total $15,506
       
    Second Semester Junior  
    Tuition* $13,475
    Board**  $1,386
    General Fee+ $645
    Total $15,506
       
    First Semester Senior  
    Tuition* $13,475 §
    Board**  $1,386
    General Fee+ $645
    Total $15,506
       
    Second Semester Senior  
    Tuition* $13,475
    Board**  $1,386
    General Fee+ $645
    Total $15,506


    * Full time tuition is per semester, with each semester ranging from 12–18 credits.
    ** Board listed is the standard meal plan, which includes two meals per day on scheduled class days.
    # The non-refundable confirmation fee is due upon signing of the enrollment agreement and payment of the $200 advance deposit on tuition.
    † First-semester supplies for culinary arts students include culinary tool kit, textbooks, and uniforms.
    †† First-semester supplies for baking and pastry arts students include baking & pastry tool kit, textbooks, and uniforms.
    ‡ Supplies for culinary arts students.
    ‡‡ Supplies for baking and pastry arts students.
    + The general fee includes charges such as student activity and exam fees, as well as secondary student accident insurance.
    § Students who take the Food, Wine, and (Agri)culture Trip course outside the U.S. will be subject to an additional charge.

    Residence Hall Rates
    Rates per semester are as follows:
    Single-occupancy $3,925
    Double-occupancy room $3,100–$3,575
  • Student Financial & Registration Services

    1946 Campus Drive
    Hyde Park, NY 12538-14999

    845-451-1500

    SFRS@culinary.edu