Estimated Expenses for International Students
All international students who wish to study in the United States must demonstrate the ability to afford all education and living expenses. To be considered for admission, you must provide financial statements that prove your ability to cover all costs for at least your first year of study at Towson.
The following table provides an estimate of what you can expect to pay for the nine-month academic year at Towson. For more information, please visit the International Student & Scholar Office webpage.
Estimated Costs for International Undergraduates, 2013-2014
|Fall Term||Spring Term||Annual|
|Tuition and Fees||$10,000||$10,000||$20,000|
|Room and Meals||$5,400||$5,400||$10,800|
|Books & Supplies||$450||$450||$900|
Figures are in U.S. dollars. Actual costs for the nine-month school year can vary, particularly for off-campus housing, meals, living expenses and certain programs of study. University tuition, fees, housing and meal costs may be subject to increases annually.