Cost of Attendance Estimates for International Students
Annual cost of attendance estimate figures represent the minimum annual estimated expenses for the current academic year, based on federal financial aid information.
An F-1 student's financial resources must equal or exceed the minimum estimated expenses for the academic program they will pursue at St. John Fisher College for at least the first year of study in order to be eligible for a Form I-20 to study at the College. These figures are only a guide to be used for calculating estimated financial expenses for one academic year. Tuition and fees are subject to change and regular annual increase.
In computing estimated expenses, students are advised to bear in mind that F-1 status permits only limited employment opportunities. The applicant should not look to on-campus employment (permitted part-time during the academic year, full-time during official break periods) as a significant means of support while pursuing a degree program.
See the Statement of Financial Support [pdf] to complete the Certificate of Finances and for financial documentation guidelines and requirements.
Undergraduate Estimated Cost of Attendance 2016-17
|Tuition||Fees||Books, Transport, Personal||Room & Board or Living Expenses||Total Annual Cost|
|All undergrad programs||$31,300||$520||$2,500||$11,740||$46,120|
Graduate Estimated Cost of Attendance 2016-17
|Tuition||Fees||Books, Transport, Personal||Room & Board or Living Expenses||Total Annual Cost*|
|All other graduate programs||$15,930||$120||$2,600||$11,740||$30,390|
*Cost estimates for graduate study based on a minimum of 9 credit hours per semester (full-time), for the academic year (min. 18 credits per year). Actual tuition costs may vary based on credit enrollment and program. Students must be able to demonstrate at least this minimum amount, regardless of on or off campus housing plans.
A student wishing to have his or her spouse and/or children accompany them as an F-2 dependent must include additional financial documentation to include the following amounts for each family member per academic year of intended study: Spouse:$6,200, Child $4,200.