Tuition and Other Expenses

Undergraduate tuition, room and board rates are set annually by Babson College’s Board of Trustees.

Total Estimated Costs


Tuition1 $52,608
Room (average double) $10,828
Meal Plan $5,948
Books and Supplies (average) $1,144
Personal (average) $1,850
Federal Direct Loan Fees (average) $50
Total Estimated Cost of Attendance $72,428

1 Includes the use of a Babson-issued laptop computer. Babson charges flat-rate tuition for credit loads up to and including 20 credits. Information about the tuition policy and credit-load adjustments can be found at the Office of Academic Services.

Payment Deadlines

SemesterPayment Deadline
Summer 2019 May 1, 2019
Fall 2019 August 1, 2019
​Spring 2020 January 6, 2020

Miscellaneous Expenses


Health Insurance (see below)   $1,703
Per-credit tuition rate 2019–2020 (for approved tuition adjustments) Each credit  $1,644
​​Summer 2019 tuition Each credit ​ $1,597
​Winter Session 2020 tuition Each credit  $1,644
Summer 2020 tuition Each credit  $1,644
​Summer 2019 housing Each session ​ $1,948
Returned check fee   $50
Late payment fee   $200
Babson OneCard replacement   $20
Senior year deposit1   $200

1 Refunded after Commencement, assuming account is settled.

Other Miscellaneous Charges

Other miscellaneous charges may include vehicle registration, parking violations, dorm damage fees, library fines, laptop repairs, pharmacy charges, and replacement athletic equipment.

The mid-semester payment deadline for miscellaneous charges is October 11 for the fall semester, and February 28 for the spring semester.

Health Insurance

Students enrolled in nine or more credits are required by Massachusetts law to carry health insurance. The College contracts with University Health Plans to provide coverage through Blue Cross Blue Shield. Optional dental insurance and vision insurance are also available. Students who have health insurance coverage through a parent’s plan that can be used in Massachusetts may waive participation in the Babson College Plan. Students with coverage from insurance carriers outside the United States or coverage by non-U.S. national health service programs may not waive participation.