You Can Afford UC Riverside
More than 86 percent of UCR undergraduate students receive financial aid; and 70 percent of those who receive it have their full fees covered by grants and/or scholarships. UCR students who borrow federal loans graduate with an average student loan debt of $21,500 — just one-fifth of the actual total cost of tuition and housing.
How Much Does UCR Cost?
|Tuition and Fees*||$15,602||$15,602||$15,602||$15,602|
|Room and Board||$6,375||$17,475||$10,500||$10,625|
*Tuition and fees are estimates, and are subject to Regental approval. Fees are as of August 2018, and are subject to change.
Non-Resident Tuition and Fees: $44,594 Undergraduates ($15,602 Tuition and Fees + $28,992 Non-Resident Supplemental
New freshmen only: Add the $270 mandatory Highlander Orientation Fee to the total.
New transfers only: Add the $90 mandatory Highlander Orientation Fee to the total.
All new students: Add the $165 One-Time Document Fee to the total.
UC Student Health Insurance Program (SHIP)
Estimated SHIP = $1,775
Fees including SHIP = $15,602
Fees if SHIP is waived = $13,827
SHIP is a Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) plan, which means that students have access to a network of participating doctors,
hospitals and other health care providers. SHIP also includes dental and vision care.
The plan provider is Personal Insurance Administrators (PIA), and it is underwritten
A UCR Education is Worth the Investment!
UCR students graduate with a salary potential in the top 7 percent of 568 leading national public universities.
UC Riverside Graduate Starting Median Salary
UC Riverside Graduate Mid-Career Median Salary
Boost Your Earning Potential
A college degree is worth over a million dollars more in lifetime earnings than a high school diploma. Your education is worth it.
High School Graduates
Source: US Census Bureau
Average Weekly Earnings by Degree Level
Earnings are based on full-time wage and salary workers age 25 and over in the United States.
High School Diploma