F-1 and J-1 students are required to show proof of financial support in order to be issued an immigration document. This page contains information about the estimated expenses and acceptable financial documents.
Tuition rates are calculated for Fall and Spring Enrollment based off the tuition rates posted by the Office of the Controller. Living expenses are calculated for 12 months based on the Cost of Attendance published by the Office of Financial Aid
|Tuition and Fees||$24,900|
|Room and Board||$10,630|
|Required Medial Insurance||$2,006|
|Chest X-Ray and Tuberculosis Test||$140|
|International Fees (Fall and Spring)||$300|
|Personal and Transportation||$6,610|
Acceptable Financial Documents
We will accept the following forms of financial support. Originals are not required but are strongly encouraged for the student’s visa interview.
Personal Bank Account
Must be less than 6 months old and clearly show the student’s name, amount in the account, and the currency. If the statement is not in English, a translation (official or not official) should also be attached.
Family Member or Individual Sponsor’s Account
Must be less than 6 months old and clearly show the sponsor’s name, amount in the account, and the currency. If the statement is not in English, a translation (official or unofficial) should also be attached. The sponsor should also sign on the Certification of Finances under the appropriate section
Government, Employer, or Other Organization
- Government sponsored students should submit a copy of a financial guarantee
- If you are being sponsored by another organization or an employer, please submit a letter to be evaluated by an advisor
Scholarships or Graduate Assistantships
Please submit a copy of your official scholarship or assistantship offer letter.