You need to be prepared for the following expenses while studying at EvCC.
International student 2016 - 2017 cost and estimated expenses
|Tuition and Fees *||$ 8,994||$2,998|
|Books and Supplies||$ 1,050||$ 350|
|Rooms and Board||$ 5,985||$1,995|
|Personal/Miscellaneous**||$ 1,050||$ 350|
|Health Insurance||$ 900||$ 300|
* Tuition listed above is based on studying 12 credits per quarter of academic classes only. Immigration requires that students study at least 12 credits per quarter. Intensive English Program, levels 1 and 2, will be required to take 18 credits of self-support classes. All students, regardless of the type of courses being taken, will be charged other fees such as a lab fee and parking fee, depending on their use. Tuition is due at the time of registration.
**Personal/Miscellaneous expenses reflect about $115 per month. Depending on your lifestyle, personal expenses may change.
***For Aviation , Cosmetology and Welding majors please view the Cost and Estimated Expenses for these programs.
**** Cost listed reflects living in a homestay. Cost of living in EvCC's residence halls will be higher. Please see the Student Housing page for additional details.
International student tuition rates for 2016 - 2017 academic year
The following is a cost per credit breakdown for academic classes only:*
|Credits||Amount per quarter|
Q & A
Can International Students Wire Money to Pay for Tuition and Fees?
Yes, for tuition and fees only and not for living or homestay expenses.
When you wire the money, please include the student's full name (last name and first name) and EvCC Student ID number. This will ensure that the money is posted efficiently into the correct student's account.
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Are International Students Required to Have Health Insurance?
Yes, all international students must demonstrate that they have adequate health insurance. Medical care in the US is very good, but very expensive. The College offers a quarterly policy for $300 per quarter, mandatory to all international students. Students approved for vacation quarter can choose to have no insurance, but will be responsible for any medical expenses accrued during this time. Insurance fees will not be reimbursed after the 25th calendar day from the quarter start date. This plan does not cover dental or vision.
Can International Students Work On-Campus?
International students are eligible to work on-campus, part-time. If you are interested in this you must speak with the International Student Advisor first, since a U.S. Social Security Number must be obtained before employment can begin. There are a number of student employment positions available at the College. Students can generally apply for jobs in various areas on campus, some of which include: Student Life, Staff Services, and Maintenance. Jobs on campus are competitive, and we cannot guaranteed that you will find a job, therefore it is not recommended that you plan on having income from an on-campus job in order to pay your expenses. In almost every case, off-campus employment is not allowed for international students.
Are There Scholarships Available for International Students?
International students are eligible to apply for regular College scholarships. Scholarships are usually awarded to students with high grades who also have demonstrated additional talents and involvement in the College. The deadline for scholarships is usually in March.
Can International Students Apply for Financial Aid?
No, international students are not eligible for federal or state financial aid programs.