Tuition & Cost
Attending UCLA is a valuable investment in your future, and it costs less than you might think. In fact, Forbes ranked UCLA the No. 1 best value university in the country, considering price, average student debt, future earnings, education quality and other factors.
Most families pay less than the full price, and 45 percent of our undergraduate students pay no tuition at all. We offer an array of housing options and meal plans — as well as financial aid for housing — so that you have flexibility as to how much you pay.
In addition, UCLA offers payment plans for both tuition and housing so families can make smaller, regular payments throughout the academic year instead of larger, lump-sum payments.
|Tuition and Fees*||$13,225||$13,225|
|Room and Board**||$15,816||$15,816|
|Books and supplies||$1,509||$1,509|
|Non-resident supplemental tuition||-||$28,992|
*Undergraduate tuition and fees are the same regardless of degree program. See the Registar's Annual Fees for a specific breakdown of fees.
**Housing costs may vary, depending on room type and meal plan chosen.
***Waived if proof of insurance is provided
You and your family might have a lot of questions about how to cover the costs of tuition, housing and other necessities. Thanks to numerous financial aid options, your education can be affordable.Undergraduate Financial Aid
Graduate & Professional Tuition
Tuition and fees for most doctoral and master's programs are about $16,847 per year for California residents, and about $31,949 annually for non-California residents.
Tuition and fees vary from these amounts for professional degrees and self-supporting degrees. For a specific program fee breakdown, please visit the Registrar's Annual Fees.Graduate Tuition Graduate Financial Aid