Tuition & International Scholarships

Undergraduate Program Tuition and Fees

Listed below are the tuition and fees for one academic year in the undergraduate program at Saint Michael’s College.

Students who intend to study on an F1 student visa at Saint Michael’s will need to show proof of funding in order to receive their Form I-20. The required I-20 amount is the total of tuition, fees, room and meals, plus the additional costs listed below, minus any scholarships awarded. Most students with average merit scholarships should expect to pay approximately $35,000 per year. A personalized I-20 amount will be provided upon admission.

Tuition$47,640
Comprehensive Fee$2,200
Room and Meals: Traditional Residence Hall
View rates for all other residence options.
$14,995
Total*$64,835

Additional Costs

Books & Supplies$2,000
Personal Expenses$1,500
Health Insurance$1,900

*Included in tuition and fees are express mailing (if necessary) of enrollment package and I-20; airport transfer from Burlington International Airport (BTV) to campus upon arrival; public transportation pass; and student orientations. Students should also budget for travel expenses, and visa and immigration fees. Room and Meals cost reflects first-year room rates, including unlimited on-campus meals.

 

Scholarships for International Undergraduate Students

Saint Michael’s College is proud to offer generous merit scholarships (up to $30,000) to international students with strong academic profiles. All international applicants are automatically considered for merit-based aid. Unfortunately, we are unable to provide need-based aid to non-US citizens and very few merit scholarships will cover the full cost of a Saint Michael’s education. For students recruited by coaches, some athletic aid may be available.

 

 

Merit scholarships range from $15,000 to $30,000 per year and are renewable for up to four years.

Awards are determined based on information submitted with your admission application, including school grades and academic rigor, essay, extracurricular activities and letters of recommendation. Standardized test scores (SAT, ACT) are not required for scholarship consideration or admission.

International Baccalaureate Students

In recognition of academic excellence, IB Diploma candidates qualify for a minimum of $18,000 per year in total Saint Michael’s College merit scholarship awards. For students who do not complete the diploma, scores in IB courses of 4 or higher will have a positive impact on scholarship awards. In addition to scholarships, Saint Michael’s College offers a comprehensive admission policy for IB students.

 

 

While Saint Michael’s college offers applicants who visit campus a $1,500 Campus Visit Grant, we acknowledge that it may not be possible to travel internationally for a short visit to campus. Therefore, we offer all international students a Campus Visit/Travel Grant, applied toward full-time tuition, when they enroll. Of course, we encourage students to visit campus if possible and to connect with us online!

There is no additional application required for merit scholarships.

Because need-based aid is not offered, Saint Michael’s College does not require or accept the CSS Profile or the International Student Financial Aid Application. (US citizens and permanent residents are encouraged to file the FAFSA.)

 

International students on an F1 visa may work up to a maximum of 20 hours per week on campus during the academic semester. On-campus jobs are limited. International students are not permitted to work off campus.