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International Students

In addition to the regular tuition and fees, International Students must provide the following information:

  • Academic acceptance into your program of study
  • Balanced estimated budget sheet
  • Support for all personal funds and/or sponsorships (bank statement or letter of sponsorship)
  • Current bank documentation (no older than three months)
  • $3,100 advance deposit  (Citizens of Canada & Mexico are exempt from paying the international deposit)
  • $100 of the advance deposit of the International Student Fee is a one-time non-refundable fee.
  • Copy of Passport
  • Mailing Address (No P.O. Box addresses please) and telephone number

Applicants from outside the United States are required to supply support for sponsorships together with twelve months of bank documentation for all personal and family funds. These documents should prove financial ability to sustain educational expenses for the duration of the educational program, prior to the issuance of the I-20 form, to secure a U.S. student visa. Additionally, international students, excluding those from Canada and Mexico, (graduate and undergraduate) are required to remit a deposit of $3,100 plus payment in full for the first semester to the Student Financial Services Office.

The International deposit is held in an interest-bearing account until the completion of the program of study or withdrawal from the University. The deposit may only be used to cover educational expenses for the last semester of enrollment.

For all subsequent semesters, international students will be required to pay full semester expenses less their Andrews Partnership Scholarship prior to registration.  

The tuition for all non-CIEP classes available to international students is calculated at the normal per credit rate for undergraduate or graduate classes. The maximum a CIEP student will be charged is the normal tuition charge of his or her respective program.