International Tuition and Fees

At Keuka College, you'll receive an extraordinary education at a tremendous value.

These tables contain Keuka College’s overall tuition and fee schedule, but remember financial aid and scholarship opportunities are available to both freshman and transfer students. Your out-of-pocket expenses for your education may be significantly less than what’s listed below. Tuition rates for 2016-17, which applies those students starting in Spring 2017, are available here.

If You Live On Campus

Tuition:
$29,926
Mandatory Fees*:
$1,020
Room and Board:
$11,452
Total Direct Costs:
$42,398
* Freshman and transfer students should add a $225.00 New Student Orientation fee. Room charges are based on standard freshman dorm rate.

Other Costs

In addition to these direct costs, the College recommends you consider budgeting for living allowances, books and supplies, transportation, loan origination fees, and miscellaneous expenses. We recommend the following budget:

Books and Supplies:
$1,300
Transportation:
$800
Personal/Misc.:
$2,990
Total:
$5,090

If You Live Off Campus

Tuition:
$29,926
Mandatory Fees*:
$650
Total Direct Costs:
$30,576
* Freshman and transfer students should add a $225.00 New Student Orientation fee.

Other Costs

In addition to these direct costs, the College recommends you consider budgeting for living allowances, books and supplies, transportation, loan origination fees, and miscellaneous expenses. We recommend the following budget:

Living Allowance:
$10,320
Books and Supplies:
$1,300
Transportation:
$860
Personal/Misc.:
$2,990
Total:
$15,470

If You Live with Your Family

Tuition:
$29,926
Mandatory Fees*:
$650
Total Direct Costs:
$30,576
* Freshman and transfer students should add a $225.00 New Student Orientation fee.

Other Costs

In addition to these direct costs, the College recommends you consider budgeting for living allowances, books and supplies, transportation, loan origination fees, and miscellaneous expenses. We recommend the following budget:

Living Allowance:
$3,300
Books and Supplies:
$1,300
Transportation:
$860
Personal/Misc.:
$2,990
Total:
$8,450

Financial Arrangements

All applicants who are not United States citizens must submit evidence of full financial support for all expenses at Keuka College as a condition of being issued an F-1 student visa. You must submit to Keuka College a bank statement already translated to English that shows you have the funding available to pay for one year.

If you are being funded by a sponsor, relative, or friend, you will need to submit their original bank document and a brief statement from the sponsor indicating their relationship to you and explaining that the enclosed bank statement is funding available for your studies.

You will need to keep these original documents for your appointment with your local U.S. embassy or consulate.

Upon your arrival to campus, you will need to provide Keuka College with original copies of these financial documents.

Additional Information

Original letters from bank officials must be written in English on bank letterhead and verify the account holder, account number, current balance, and balance for the two preceding months or average monthly balance for the past six months.

Original letters from sponsors must be written in English and verify the sponsor's name and willingness and financial ability to support you. Proof of financial ability can include an employer letter (on employer letterhead) verifying annual salary and continuing employment, original bank statements and original letters from bank officials. Your sponsor cannot be another Keuka College student.

If the documentation provided is not in your own name, it must be accompanied by an original signed letter from the bank account holder or sponsor promising to support you financially and verifying that the documented funds are available for your studies.


Keuka College Fee Schedule (2017-18)

Per-Semester Tuition Rates

Full-time (12+ credits): $14,963
Per Semester, Per Credit Hour
Part-time (< 12 credits):
$999
Summer Online:
$460
Summer Part-time:
$955
Overload Tuition:
$730
Audit Tuition:
$410

Additional Fees

You may encounter these additional fees depending upon your class year, program of study, or insurance programs you opt to participate in.

New Student Orientation:
$225
Parking Permit:
$50
Medical Insurance:
$2,125 - Subject to change based on federal regulations.
Malpractice Insurance:
$40 - Dependent on major, and subject to change based on federal regulations.
Graduation Fee:
$150
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