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Tuition and Fees

Tuition and fees for those entering in June (summer) 2020 can be found below. For more information on tuition and fees, please visit the Office of the Registrar.

$39,100

Resident or Non-Resident Student Tuition

Tuition & Fees Breakdown

Resident or Non-Resident Student Tuition & Fees Breakdown

 Costs

 Summer '20

 Fall '20

 Spring '21

 Total

 Tuition

 $7,820

 $15,640

 $15,640

 $39,100

 Campus Fees

 $1,498

 $2,508

 $2,508

 $6,514

 Total

 $9,318

 $18,148

 $18,148

 $45,614

$48,945

International Student Tuition

Tuition & Fees Breakdown

International Student Tuition & Fees Breakdown

 Costs

 Summer '20

 Fall '20

 Spring '21

 Total

 Tuition

 $9,789

 $19,578

 $19,578

 $48,945

 Campus Fees

 $1,533

 $2,543

 $2,543

 $6,619

 Total

 $11,322

 $22,121

 $22,121

 $55,564

 

Deposit

Applicants offered admission to the program must submit a non-refundable deposit of $1,500 to reserve a spot in the program. This deposit will be credited to your tuition bill after the 10th day of classes in the summer.

International applicants: For financial verification purposes, international applicants who are admitted are required to verify funding for the first 12 months, including tuition and other estimated living expenses, with the Declaration & Certification of Finances Form. A list of additional living expenses is available at the Office of the Registrar

Scholarships

The MSA program offers a limited number of tuition remission scholarships to qualified domestic and international students who add to the academic quality of the program and diversity of the student body. These tuition remission scholarships are not limited to traditionally underrepresented populations.

Financial Assistance

Based on the way the MSA program was structured and approved by the University of Illinois Board of Trustees, we are unable to offer financial aid to international students. International students should be prepared to finance the entire period of proposed study from personal funds or from funds from other sources, as financial aid (in general) is extremely limited.

Visit the Office of Student Financial Aid to see about other ways to pay your education expenses.

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