Reed College Tuition and Fees 2023-2024

If you are dreaming of pursuing a degree at Reed College, then we have published the total cost of attending Reed College for one academic year. We have broken down the figures into direct costs (tuition, room, meals, etc.) and indirect costs (books, supplies, etc.).


So what does it cost to attend Reed College? The total annual cost of attending Reed College on a full-time basis for the 2023-2024 academic year is $80,350 for all students regardless of their residency.

This fee is comprised of $64,450 for tuition, $15,590 for room and board, $1,050 for books and supplies, and $310 for other fees. Out-of-state tuition for Reed College is $64,450, the same as for Oregon residents.

In addition to the above-mentioned direct expenses, a student should set aside about $1,950 for books and incidentals like clothing, laundry, and leisure.


Additionally, students should allocate between $250 to $1,800 for travel costs (average cost for two round trips between home and school). Those who plan to stay on campus over the breaks should keep in mind that extra cash will be needed for food.

Reed College Tuition and Fees

2022-23 Cost of Attendance
$64,450 tuition (direct cost)
$310 fees (direct cost)
$8,290 on-campus dorm (direct cost)
$7,660 on-campus board plan A (direct cost)
$1,050 books and supplies (indirect cost)
$900 personal expenses (indirect cost)
$250–$2,000 transportation (indirect cost)

Full-time Undergraduate Direct Costs

Annual Per Semester
Tuition: $64,450 $32,225
Student Body Fee: 310 155
SUBTOTAL: 64,760 32,380
Dormitory Room: 8,290 4,145
Base Board Plan B: 7,300 3,650
SUBTOTAL: 15,590 7,795
TOTAL: $80,350 $40,175
 If living in a Reed College apartment, the Board Plan is optional and not required:
Reed College Apts-1 Bdrm: $10,690 $5,345
2-Bdrm/per bed: 9,250 4,625
Other meal plan options and costs:
Board Plan A: $7,660 $3,830
Board Plan C: 6,830 3,415
Health Insurance*: $3,670 $1,835
International Health Insurance*: 2,622 1,311
Tuition Insurance*: 434 217
*Students can waive health insurance and/or tuition insurance but must submit a waiver in IRIS prior to the first day of classes. 

Part-time per Semester Tuition

Number of Units Regular MALS
2 1/2 $26,950 $12,500
2 21,580 10,000
1 1/2 16,210 7,500
1 10,840 5,000
1/2 5,470 2,500
The student body fee and tuition insurance are not charged to students studying abroad, attending part-time or the MALS program.

Indirect Costs


The projected expenditures for indirect education are those that do not appear on the monthly billing invoices provided by the Business Office, and they include:

Books and Incidentals $1,950
Travel varies by place of residence
Direct Subsidized and Unsubsidized Loan Origination Fees 1–2%
Direct Parent PLUS Loan Origination Fee 4–5%

For more information on living expenses, tuition costs, and financial aid programs for undergraduate and graduate students as well as how to pay your fees, visit the official school portal at


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