Tuition, Fees, Scholarships
At Northwest College, we understand that studying abroad is a significant investment for you and your family. When you compare our cost of education with other U.S. institutions, you will see that we offer an excellent value for your money.
www.xe.com is a very useful web site to convert the cost of tuition to your local currency.
2013-2014 Estimated Costs for International Students
|Tuition/Fees (2 semesters)||$6,793|
|Room & Board*||$5,100|
|Health Insurance Plan**||$1,000|
|Placement Test Fee||$10|
|Personal Spending Money||$2,000|
|Total for 2 semesters
This amount will be listed on your I-20 and must be listed in the Statement of Financial Support and shown on your bank statement.
NOTE: All costs are subject to change without notification.
*Room & Board: Room rate is based on double-occupancy (two people per room). There is an additional cost for housing during winter, spring and summer breaks.
**Health insurance is mandatory and all F-1 students will be enrolled in the Northwest College group policy. The cost of the insurance will be billed to your student account.
Tuition and fees are paid at the beginning of each semester. The estimate above is based upon a minimum of 12 and a maximum of 20 credit hours per semester. Depending upon your program of study, you may also pay additional lab or course fees.
Eligible first-year international students may apply for the International Trapper Scholarship. Application instructions and additional information is provided during the International Student Orientation.