Tuition + Calendar

Click on the tabs below for each program's tuition, fees, and academic calendar.

Tuition & Residence Fee

Undergraduate Program Tuition & Fees for 2014--2015
Tuition: $39,050
Student Activity Fee: $325
Room and Board: $10,600
Total: $49,975

 Click here for the Academic Calendar.

Post-Graduate Tuition + Calendar

Our tuition is a lot lower than you might think! Compare our costs and you will see that a Saint Michael's Master's Degree is a great value. We do not have many fees that other institutions add on, such as a comprehensive fee, course credit fees, a health fee, a student fee, a technology fee, or a parking fee.

Visit our Graduate Programs page for current tuition.

For the academic calendar click here.

Graduate Academic English Program (GAEP) Fees

Fall 2013 & Spring 2014: $7500/semester
Summer 2014: $5500/term

Academic English Tuition & Calendar

AEP Level I & II

Start Dates, Sessions, & Costs




Semester  Arrival Date
Session Opening End Date Tuition Residence Fee Total Cost
    Spring 2015  January 10
January 11 May 7
$12,830 $4,995 $17,825

Spring Recess: March 13, 2015 after last class - March 22, 2015

Summer 2014  May 10
May 11 August 1 $9,405 $4,605 $14,010

Summer Recess: August 1 after last class - August 27, 2014

Fall 2014  August 27
August 28 December 19 $12,830 $4,995 $17,825
Christmas Recess: December 19, 2014 - January 12, 2015

   




On campus housing is not guaranteed for students who arrive at Saint Michael's College before the designated Arrival Date.

Session Opening includes the orientation's start date. Classes usually begin on first Monday following Session Opening.

Medical insurance is included in the tuition price. Residence Fee includes room, meals, linen service, and airport transfer upon arrival. Students have full access to all SMC facilities and services, including the (almost) free ski and snowboarding pass at Smuggler's Notch ski resort for AEP students.

Prices are subject to change without prior notice. Saint Michael's will, however, make every effort to notify interested parties of significant changes.

Intensive English Program

Start Dates, Sessions, & Costs

     
Session Opening Session Length   End Date  Tuition
 Residence Fee 
 Total Cost
January 19, 2015  8 weeks March 13 $4,080 $2,500 $6,580
January 19 16 weeks May 15 $8,145 $4,995 $13,140
March 23 8 weeks May 15 $4,080 $2,500 $6,580

 Spring Recess: March 14-22, 2015

End of Spring Semester: No Recess

May 18, 2015 8 weeks July 10 $4,080 $2,500 $6,580
May 18 12 weeks August 7 $6,113 $3,747 $9,860
June 29 6 weeks August 7  $3,386 $1,904  $5,290
July 14 4 weeks August 7  $2,485 $1,280  $3,765

2014 Summer Recess: August 8-24, 2014

August 25, 2014 8 weeks October 17 $4,080 $2,500 $6,580
August 25* 16 weeks December 19 $8,145 $4,995 $13,140
October 20* 8 weeks December 19 $4,080 $2,500 $6,580

 * These sessions run one week longer due to Thanksgiving Recess Nov. 22-30.

Christmas Recess: December 20, 2014 to January 18, 2015.

         

Housing is available during most recesses. Students may continue after each closing date by re-enrolling for the next scheduled opening.

Tuition includes: Tuition and medical insurance
Residence Fee includes: Room, meals, linen service and airport transfer upon arrival.

4-Week Sessions and Customized Programs / Groups

Four-week sessions are available provided that  students begin program on the published start date.

Customized programs and start-dates are available groups of 8 or more students  

Financial Certification

To receive a student visa you must provide financial certification that proves you have access to the necessary funds for your first year of university. This is also called the "I-20 amount". Financial Certification may include an official letter from a bank or a bank statement, as well as an affidavit of support if the bank account belongs to anyone besides you or your immediate family. The documents from the bank must be less than 90 days old.

To determine an approximate I-20 amount, add $2,000 for books and personal expenses to the cost of your program's tuition and room & board. Undergraduate students should subtract from this amount any scholarship that has been awarded.

You will receive your official I-20 Amount with your acceptance letter.

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