Tuition and Fees

In order to remain in visa status, international students are required to take a full course load, which is 12 units per semester for undergraduate and second bachelor's degree students.

The following table provides an estimate of the cost for a full-time international student. These totals should be used as the basis for the financial affidavit on the application form. (Please note that fees are subject to change without notice):

Estimated Expenses for International Students Per Academic Year,    

2014-2015


Undergraduate Second Bachelor's
Nonresident Tuition (mandatory)* $8,928 $8,928
State and Campus Fees(mandatory)** $7,164 $8,180
Books and Supplies $1,746 $1,746
Room and Board $12,855 $12,855
Health Insurance*** $1,112 $1,112
Transportation $865 $865
Personal Expenses $1.365 $1,365

Total

$34,035 $35,051

*The nonresident tuition rate is $372 per credit unit. The amounts shown represent the minimum required to maintain full-time student status. International undergraduate (including second bachelor's) students must enroll in a minimum of 12 credits per semester. 

**Includes all mandatory campus fees, but not optional vehicle parking fee of $338 per semester.

***Health Insurance premium is for 12 months.

If you plan to stay in the U.S. during the summer break and/or take classes during the summer session, you will need additional funds to cover your expenses.

If dependents will accompany you in the U.S. the minimum amount required to support them is $6,000 for a spouse and $4,000 per child. The Affidavit of Financial Support must include these additional amounts.

Financial assistance in the form of scholarships and tuition waivers is available on a limited basis for international students.