Undergraduate Tuition & Fees

Frostburg is affordable! In fact, MONEY Magazine has named Frostburg a Best Value College for 2017! We’ve put together summaries of tuition, fees and other costs at FSU so you can see for yourself.

Undergraduate tuition is based on full-time enrollment for an academic year. Costs for room and board below are for a double room in a high-rise residence hall and the default Super 15 meal plan, but there are other options available. Your cost may be higher or lower based on your meal plan choice and living arrangement. 

For the most up-to-date information on payment plans, important dates, credit card/online payments and more, visit FSU’s University & Student Billing Office.


Expenses Summary 2017-2018




Maryland Resident

Regional Resident*

Out-of-State Resident









Room & Board








The above figures are costs per year, based on a 9-month academic year. Cost of tuition, fees, room and board are subject to change. Commuter bills will only reflect charges for tuition and fees. Please consult the current catalog or supplement concerning other charges and changes in fees.*Residents of Pa., Va., W.Va. and Ohio living within 120 miles of Frostburg. See it on Google Maps.

 Costs subject to change prior to Fall 2017

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Contact the Financial Aid Office at 301.687.4301 or fsufinaid@frostburg.edu.

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