Undergraduate International Student
Tuition and Living Expense Estimates (2013-2014 Amounts)
Tuition (Spring Term)
Living Expenses (Fall & Spring)
Living Expenses (Summer)
Living expenses include the estimated costs of:
- Residence hall room accommodations with a roommate during two terms
- Lodging when residence halls are closed including summer
- Food during both terms and during school vacations, including summer
- Group health insurance plan for 12 months
- Additional clothing as needed throughout the year
- Books and supplies for two terms of full-time study
- Student Activity Fee for two terms, including a city bus pass
- Student Health Fee for two terms
- Some entertainment costs for 12 months
- Many personal items for 12 months
Summer Session Enrollment
Students may choose to enroll in either or both of the summer sessions that are held from mid-May through June and from July through mid-August. Students who choose to attend summer classes should plan to spend an additional $150 for incidental expenses during each summer session of enrollment and $700 per credit (at 2012 rates) for tuition in addition to the summer living expenses of $3,270 listed above.
Spouses & Children
Students sometimes bring spouses or children with them. Financial support for these dependents is estimated to cost an additional $7,500 per year for a spouse and an additional $4,200 per year per child present with the spouse.
Cost estimates are expected to increase with inflation and program development each year.