United States government regulations require Salisbury University to verify the availability of adequate funding for all individuals planning to enroll in the English Language Institute. This funding must cover tuition and living expenses for the duration of studies. When it is determined that a student is academically eligible for admission and financially capable of supporting his/her education, Salisbury University issues to the student an I-20 form or DS-2019 (Certificate of Eligibility for Nonimmigrant Student/Exchange Visitor Status). The student may use this form, along with other required documentation, to apply for a student visa at a United States Embassy or Consulate abroad. Please click here for more information regarding the immigration process.
The estimated expenses for one session (14 weeks) are as follows:
|Full-Time Tuition (18 - 20 hours per week)||$4032.00|
|Estimated Living Expenses (Room/Board)||4500.00|
|Testing Fee (Each student will be tested and placed at an appropriate skill level)||50.00|
|International Health Insurance *||200.00|
|Dependents (per dependent)
|Semester Total (not including dependent cost)||9,052.00|
|Two Semester Total (one year)||18,064.00|
*Health insurance is required for students in J-1 visa status. It is recommended but not required for students in F-1 visa status.
Please remember that these costs are based on fall and spring semesters only; additional expenditure may be incurred during summer and winter. For general University tuition and fees information, please go to: www.salisbury.edu/cashiers/tuitionsched.html
The Estimated Expense for ISAP (2015) *NEW!
Tuition and cultural activities $930.00
Housing (double occupancy) $620.00
Partial Board $350.00
Health Insurance $100.00
PROGRAM TOTAL: $2000.00
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