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Program Cost

If you plan to live on campus, the average cost of attending the program is $11,500, which includes tuition for two 4-credit courses or one 8-credit course, room and board fees, and a health insurance fee.

If you will attend as a commuting or online student, the cost ranges from $2,950 to $5,900 depending on the number of credits taken.

Tuition and fees

Application fee (nonrefundable) $50
Deposit (to be applied toward your total Summer School charges and refundable according to the course drop and withdrawal deadlines unless you incur a late payment fee)
If not requesting I-20 for the F-1 visa
$200
If requesting I-20 for the F-1 visa
$1,500
Tuition:
4-credit course
$2,950 
8-credit course
$5,900
Housing (room and board) $5,400
Health insurance
If you do not have US health insurance that covers major illnesses and accidents, you must purchase it through the Summer School.
$200

Financial aid

Scholarships are available to assist Secondary School Program students with outstanding academic records who demonstrate financial need. Awards vary based on need, and a typical award covers a portion of the tuition.

You must be a US citizen or permanent resident to be eligible for aid.

Applying for aid

  1. Complete the Secondary School Program application and ensure that all supplementary materials have been submitted to the program office by February 1, 2016.

  2. Apply for financial aid via online services by February 1.

  3. We will send notifications of awards on February 22.

Need more information? Download the financial aid information sheet.

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