The 2017 Fall Term runs from August 28, 2016 to December 15, 2017. There are two ESL Sessions during Fall Term, and students may register for one or both sessions.
Session 1: August 28-October 13, 2017 (Orientation August 21-25)
Session 2: October 16-December 15, 2017
Tuition and Fees 2016-2017
Students enrolled in the ESL Institute pay a per credit rate, plus university fees, an application fee (new students only), and health insurance. Students may also choose on-campus housing or meals, or self-arrange their own off-campus housing. ESL students typically take 8 credits per session. Costs are detailed in the table below.
To help estimate your total cost to attend the ESL Institute, a full-time student enrolled in Fall Term, Session 1 can expect to pay about $5,417 in tuition and fees, plus housing and meal costs.
Students should also expect to pay about $150.00 to $200.00 in textbooks.
|Costs||7 to 8-Week Session (8 credits)|
|Tuition||$495 per credit|
Mandatory Fees (includes student services, technology, registration, course, and campus recreation fees)
|Application Fee (one-time non-refundable fee; includes $200 SEVIS fee)||$500|
|Health Insurance Fee||Contact ESL Institute for fee (not pro-rated)|
|Room and Meals (optional)||$3,132 (single room)
$2,927 (double room)
Additional housing and dining fees will apply during orientation, university vacations, and between sessions. NOTE: Orientation is required for students who begin during Summer Session 1, Academic Year Session 1, or Academic Year Session 3.
For students choosing to live off-campus, proof of financial support must be provided with the application. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
DISCLAIMER: The University reserves the right to adjust tuition and/or related expenses. Any changes will be announced as far in advance as possible.