International students studying under F-1 student visas are required by the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to show a minimum financial ability during the admissions process in order to qualify for the issuance of a Form I-20 from the US institution. To learn more about the required financial ability of international students on F-1 student visas, please utilize Study in the States resources on Financial Ability.

Indicated below are the estimated tuition and fees for programs popular with international students. These fees are estimates that may be indicated on admitted students’ Form I-20s.

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Estimated Undergraduate Tuition & Fees

Undergraduate international students admitted with qualifying cumulative grade point averages for academic year 2024-2025 may be awarded renewable, merit-based scholarships up to $14,000 for first-year students or up to $10,000 for transfer students. In order to be awarded and apply the renewable, merit-based scholarship to the yearly comprehensive undergraduate tuition, students must be enrolled full-time, degree-seeking academic courses.

Undergraduate Yearly Estimated Expenses
Comprehensive Tuition Rate $29,940
Activity/Service Fee $280
Campus Access Fee $990
Board (Regular, Double/Triple) $6,760
Meal Plan (Eagle or Purple Plan) $5,690
Health Insurance (Estimated) $1,802
Books & Supplies (Estimated) $800
Totals $46,262

Estimated Graduate Tuition & Fees