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Spring 2018 Semester
January 16 – May 7
Orientation begins January 9

Tuition Deposit* $300 Undergraduate / $450 Graduate
ESLI Tuition $5,500 (approximate)
Housing Deposit**
(required if on-campus housing is desired)
$200
On-Campus Housing & Required Meal Plan $7,820
Technology Fee $150
Tuition Due December 15, 2017

 

Mid-Spring 2018 Semester
March 12 – May 7

Tuition Deposit* $300 Undergraduate / $450 Graduate
ESLI Tuition $3,500 (approximate)
Housing Deposit**
(required if on-campus housing is desired)
$200
On-Campus Housing & Required Meal Plan $3,335
Technology Fee $150
Tuition Due February 12, 2018

 

Summer 2018 Semester
June 18 – August 10

Tuition Deposit* $300 Undergraduate / $450 Graduate
ESLI Tuition $3,500 (approximate)
Housing Deposit**
(required if on-campus housing is desired)
$200
On-Campus Housing $2,464 (meal plan not required or included)
Technology Fee $150
Tuition Due May 18, 2018

 

Fall 2018 Semester
August 27 – December 14
Orientation begins August 20

Tuition Deposit* $300 Undergraduate / $450 Graduate
ESLI Tuition $5,500 (approximate)
Housing Deposit**
(required if on-campus housing is desired)
$200
On-Campus Housing & Required Meal Plan $8,161
Technology Fee $150
Tuition Due August 1, 2018

 

* The Tuition Deposit is a one-time fee charged only for the first semester enrolled at UArts.
** The Housing Deposit is paid once per academic year (June through May), and is only required if you desire on-campus housing.

Additional Costs

Students should plan for additional funds for food, transportation, and other personal expenses which will vary according to personal habits and lifestyle. All Summer and Mid-Spring ESLI students and are also required to obtain their own health insurance; see reverse for more details.

How To Pay Your ESLI Bill:

Your bill for the ESL Institute (including tuition, fees and on-campus housing fee, if applicable) must be received in full by the registration deadline.

Students should plan for additional funds for food, transportation and other personal expenses, which will vary according to personal habits and lifestyle. Most students will require an additional $100-150 per week for these living expenses.