Depending on the graduate program, the Mills tuition amount is based on either a flat rate per semester or a per-credit rate based on the number of courses you take. Our tuition and fees are subject to change on an annual basis.
|Creative Writing & Literature||$1,020 per credit|
|Mills College School of Education (all programs including infant mental health)||$1,122 per credit|
|Educational Leadership (online master's program)||$1,122 per credit|
|Lorry I. Lokey School of Business & Public Policy (all applied economics, business, and public policy programs)||$1,311 per credit|
|Applied Economics, Computer Science||$1,311 per credit|
Direct costs are the costs that are likely to appear on an average student's bill.
|Room and Board||$6,724||$13,448|
|Campus Comprehensive Fee||$581.50||$1,163|
|ASMC Student Activity Fee||$100||$200|
|AC Transit Fee||$64.50||$129|
These are costs that are less likely to appear on a student's bill or outside costs you may need to cover as a student.
|Possible Costs||Academic Year|
(Unless you are an international student you can waive out of this fee if you are covered by a family plan.)
|Personal and Miscellaneous Expenses (estimate)||$2,302|
|Books and Supplies (estimate)||$1,612|
|Average Loan Fee||$218|
|ESTIMATED ADDITIONAL EXPENSES||$7,838|
*Health insurance is opt-out and may be waived if a student is covered through another plan that meets certain criteria. Over 85 percent of Mills students waive out of this plan. Non-immigrant international students’ health insurance fees may vary. More information is available at the Health and Counseling page for International Students.
If you have any questions about cost and aid for our graduate programs, please reach out to us at 510.430.3309 or email@example.com to connect with your admission counselor. They'll be able to provide you with general information, and they can refer you to a financial aid specialist for more detailed assistance.