International students must be able to furnish proof of financial responsibility to meet educational and living costs. The University cannot guarantee financial support to international graduate students or assume responsibility for obtaining financial aid.
This estimate is based on the fall and spring semesters ONLY. All fees are subject to change without notice.
Estimated Expense List for International Students
These are expenses for Graduate-level students for the 2019-2020 year (based on a 9-hr. graduate enrollment in the Fall and Spring semesters).
|Type of Expense||Estimated Cost|
|Tuition and Fees (Non-Resident)||$25,212.00|
|Books and Supplies||$1,300.00|
|Mandatory International Health Insurance||$1,314.00|
*Living expenses are based on the cost of on-campus living in "Junior Suite Graduate" Housing and the "Cajun Classic" Meal Plan option.
Please note that if dependents (i.e., spouse or children) will accompany the student to the U.S., proof of additional funding must be provided ($2,000 for spouse and $1,000 for each child).
Last updated 3/13/2019