The cost estimates for the Greece program include the following:
|Drury University semester tuition:|| |
|Room & Board: Drury College Park rate (150 block plan )|| |
|Program/Administrative fee:|| |
|Passport photos:|| |
|Health Insurance|| |
|International Student Identification Card:|| |
|Round-trip airfare:|| |
Approximate Personal Expenses:
$1,000 - 4000
The amount of personal expenses depends on personal travel, meals, entertainment, and shopping.
The cost for room & board includes lodging at one of the Drury Center Apartments and a stipend of $810 per student for groceries (all apartments are equipped with kitchenettes). The stipend is converted into euros at the current exchange rate and dispersed to students in three payments during the semester. It amounts to approximately $60 a week.
* The program fee includes lodging and breakfast for orientation in Athens as well as all transportation, housing, breakfast, museum and site fees during field trips throughout the semester. A welcome and farewell dinner is also included. While on field trips, students are responsible for their own lunch and dinner. A nonrefundable $400 deposit that is applied to your program costs is required of approved students the academic year before participation to guarantee your place in the program. All Drury scholarships and financial aid are available to the student, except some activity grants, room and board for Trustee Scholarship recipients, work study and the residential scholarship.
Please contact Michael Thomas, Associate Dean of International Programs, at (417) 873-7503 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.