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Cost & Aid

Cost & Aid

Studying in the US is an investment in your future.

Choosing Ursuline is choosing personal growth through supportive, individual mentoring in a picture-perfect location. It’s no wonder so many international graduates of Ursuline rave about their return on investment.

Ursuline recognizes the value you bring to our community with your global perspective. That’s why we reward success in prior academic work with merit scholarships up to $10,000 for undergraduate international students. Beyond this, students who are not US citizens or permanent residents are not eligible for US government financial assistance. During the admission process, you must provide documentation showing your access to funding for all out-of-pocket expenses to attend Ursuline. In addition to the cost of attendance, some additional expenses you can anticipate include:

  • Travel expenses and transportation – Costs vary depending on your location
  • SEVIS fee – $200 for F-1 students
  • Fees for credential evaluation during the application process – $100-$160
  • Shipping of the initial I-20 document – Cost varies depending on your location
  • A US health insurance plan (required for all international students) – Cost varies depending on your selection. Request more information from your Admission Counselor.

Annual increases to all costs are expected (3-5%/year).

International Students Scholarship Calculator

Studying in the US is an investment in your future.

Choosing Ursuline is choosing personal growth through supportive, individual mentoring in a picture-perfect location. It’s no wonder so many international graduates of Ursuline rave about their return on investment.

Ursuline recognizes the value you bring to our community with your global perspective. That’s why we reward success in prior academic work with merit scholarships up to $10,000 for undergraduate international students. Beyond this, students who are not US citizens or permanent residents are not eligible for US government financial assistance. During the admission process, you must provide documentation showing your access to funding for all out-of-pocket expenses to attend Ursuline. In addition to the cost of attendance, some additional expenses you can anticipate include:

  • Travel expenses and transportation – Costs vary depending on your location
  • SEVIS fee – $200 for F-1 students
  • Fees for credential evaluation during the application process – $100-$160
  • Shipping of the initial I-20 document – Cost varies depending on your location
  • A US health insurance plan (required for all international students) – Cost varies depending on your selection. Request more information from your Admission Counselor.

Annual increases to all costs are expected (3-5%/year).

International Students Scholarship Calculator

Are you ready?

If you’re ready to see how you can change the world as an Ursuline student, begin your application below. Not ready to apply yet? Start learning more about Ursuline by requesting information or visiting today.

Apply Now