Determine How Much You're Likely to Pay 

Franklin & Marshall College welcomes talented students from all economic backgrounds. We meet 100% of student's institutionally determined financial need for all four years on campus. 

To help families estimate their personal cost of an F&M education, we offer two options: MyinTuition and the Net Price Calculator. While both can be useful tools for college planning, they also have limitations. Carefully read the introductory and explanatory information that is provided with each calculator. Then visit our website for additional information on financial resources and options available to students.


Looking for a quick ballpark estimate for your personal cost of an F&M education? The MyinTuition calculator uses six basic questions to create a rough estimate of the cost of college for each individual student. The estimate accounts for out-of-pocket expenses, available loans and work-study opportunities, and grant assistance.


Net Price Calculator (NPC)

Looking for a closer estimate? This useful tool can help determine whether you are likely to qualify for need-based financial aid as an undergraduate student at F&M. Based on your answers about family income and assets, the calculator will provide estimates for "net price" and out-of-pocket expenses. 

Net Price Calculator

 Tuition & Fees

Cost of Attendance for 2022-2023

For a detailed breakdown, please visit the Student Accounts webpage Schedule of Fees & Expenses.  Any questions concerning the information below should be directed to Student Accounts.

Tuition & Fees


Room & Meal Plan


**Indirect Expenses




**Indirect Expenses: While estimates for books & supplies and personal expenses are included in the cost of attendance budget, these costs are not billed by Franklin & Marshall College. Travel is also an indirect expense that is included in a student’s cost of attendance, however, the cost can vary from student to student.