International Tuition

International Cost

It is estimated that international students will need a minimum of $53,690 (before scholarship award) for the academic year 2018-2019 - fall and spring semesters. It is important that you have at least one semester's expenses with you when you arrive at the University or have sent the fees before arrival. Additional funds may be wire transferred by parents or sponsors to the student's bank account as needed. For any special arrangements please consult with the Coordinator of International Student Services prior to arrival on campus.

If you plan to continue your studies through the summer, it is estimated that you will need approximately an additional $6,000 for tuition, room and board, and personal expenses. The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services does not require a student to be enrolled during summer break.

Sample Annual Costs for Full-Time International Students Entering 2018-19

Tuition and fees (12-18 credit hours) $36,416
Room and Board (Standard Residence Halls) $12,460
Health and Medical Insurance (12 Months Estimated) $1,500
Student Personal Expenses (9 Months Estimated) $2,114
Books (Estimated Annual Allowance) $1,200
Typical annual Cost of Attendance for full-time resident international student (before scholarship award) $53,690

Additional Information for International Students

The following is a list of the basic costs for undergraduate programs and residential options for 2017-18:

Full-time Tuition Semester Annual
Full-time Undergraduate (12-18 Credit Hours) $17,150 ± $34,300 ±
Each Additional Credit Hour (above 18) $960
Required Fees For All Full-time Undergraduate Students
Student Activity Fee $163 $326
Services Fee $385 $770
Part-time Tuition/Fees (Fall or Spring Semester)
Part-time Undergraduate Tuition (per credit hour; 1-11 Hours) $960
Registration fee per semester for part-time enrollment $50
Technology fee per semester for part-time enrollment $95
Summer Sessions Tuition/Fees (Summer 2017)
Tuition (per credit hour) $525
Summer Session Registration fee (per session) $50
Summer Session Technology fee (per session) $35
On-campus Housing Semester Annual
Hughes $2,825 $5,650
Morton, Brentano, Hale, and Moore $3,205 $6,410
Powell and Schroeder $3,205 $6,410
Jones Hall (North Hall) $4,425 $8,850
Villages $3,740 $7,480
Townhomes $4,520 $9,040
Fraternity Housing
Lambda Chi Alpha $2,150 $4,300
Phi Gamma Delta (Fiji) $2,450 $4,900
Phi Kappa Tau $3,205 $6,410
Sigma Alpha Epsilon $2,475 $4,950
Sigma Phi Epsilon $2,125 $4,250
Tau Kappa Epsilon $3,740 $7,480
Meals Semester Annual
Residence Halls Occupants:
Anytime Dine - Prime 7 - Provides unlimited meals through the semester + $300 Ace Bucks $3,030 $6,060
Anytime Dine - Purple 7 - Provides unlimited meals through the semester + $100 Ace Bucks $2,875 $5,750
Anytime Dine - Orange 5 - Provides unlimited weekday meals through the semester + $175 Ace Bucks $2,785 $5,570
Standard Dine - White 135 - Provides 135 meals a semester + $400 Ace Bucks $2,785 $5,570
Seniors in Residence Halls; Village, Townhome, and Fraternity Occupants; Commuters:
Ace Basic 60 - An optional reduced plan for students living in Villages or Fraternities, Seniors living in residence Halls, and/or Commuters. $1,210 $2,420
  • Independent Study classes are charged at either full-or part-time undergraduate rates.
  • Rates are subject to change without notice.
  • Academic departments may assess additional fees for testing, labs, and/or materials.

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Office Location:
Room 105, Olmsted Administration Hall