Estimated Expenses for International Applicants

Please review estimated expenses listed below. Based on your degree program, the total amount is the amount you will need to provide documentation.

 

Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs
Credit Hours 36 24
Tuition & Fees* $29,088.00 $26,208.00
Living $10,000.00 $10,000.00
Books & Supplies $2,500.00 $2,500.00
Health Insurance $1,500.00 $1,500.00
Total $40,616.00 $37,304.00

*Please note that these are estimates and not guarantees of tuition currently charged. See our updated tuition and fee information.

Acceptable Accounts include:

  • Savings Accounts: all forms of savings accounts will be accepted, including demand deposit, current accounts, fixed deposit, and money market.
  • Checking Accounts
  • Certificates of Deposit and Fixed Deposits
  • Bonds, Time Deposits and Term Deposits: the maturity date or value date must be clearly listed and be before the first day of the semester
  • Provident Funds: the amount available for withdrawal must be stated in the letter
  • Education Loans: it must be evident that the person is pre-approved or approved for the loan
  • Scholarship Award Letters: must clearly state what the scholarship includes, such as tuition, fees, and books. If the scholarship includes a stipend, it must state the dollar amount per month.

All summary of account statements must be valid no later than six months from the date that your I-20 is issued. Accounts that are not acceptable:

  • Retirement Funds
  • Insurance Policies
  • Foreign Exchange
  • Stock Market Funds, including mutual funds, equity funds/accounts, and yield funds.
  • Demat Accounts: are used for the trade of stocks, securities, and debentures.
  • Chartered Accounts: are statements from accountants
  • Salary Statements
  • Solvency Certificate: is a summary of all assets including bank accounts, CD deposits, bonds, property, salary, etc.