No. As someone who works in higher education, I can assure that doing so would take a huge amount of time, money, staff, and resources to implement and continue. Colleges and universities already provide information on tuition rates, fees, and room and board. They typically contract out for food services, and those services often price their own meal plans. The cost of books varies depending on the course, the level, and the professor’s preference. In addition to this, the cost of supplies varies from student to student. Given all of this, it is nearly impossible to provide a reliable estimate per student, and I feel that enacting a law like this would open institutions up to lawsuits if the student’s expenditures exceed the estimate—which is also a possibility if the student chooses to change their major halfway through (which is common).