Student Consumer Information

Student Consumer Information

For complete information on tuition costs, housing, estimated personal expenses, and other costs associated with enrollment, please talk to your school’s financial aid office.

For a tuition and fees estimate based on program and projected enrollment, please visit our Tuition and Fees Tool.

Columbia University offers students many study abroad opportunities. Students who seek to enroll in study abroad programs which have been approved for credit by the University may be eligible to receive federal student aid. To explore their eligibility for federal student aid, students should contact their school’s financial aid office. Additional information regarding study abroad programs can be found at Global Engagement.

Federal regulations require institutions that offer online programs to provide contact information for students who wish to make a complaint to the appropriate state agency in their state of residence. If contacted by such an agency, the University will work with them to attempt to resolve the dispute. For contact information, please see the Distance Education Complaints.


While each section contained within this page has independent contact information specifically pertaining to that content area, general inquiries regarding the compilation of guidelines and information on the Student Consumer Information page can be sent to the Office of Compliance for Student Financial Services at [email protected]. Copies of reports or information can be provided upon request.