The costs of attending Drury University are listed below. Please examine the information carefully. It is important to become well-informed of the costs of living and studying in the United States.
Students wishing to study in U.S. universities are required to submit official documents such as bank statements and letters from bank officers verifying their financial ability to study in the U.S. International students applying to Drury University must also submit the Statement of Financial Support attached to the application for admission. The university must have these documents before it issues Form I-20 A-B, the Certificate of Eligibility for Nonimmigrant (F-1) Student Status, which students must obtain before applying to the U.S. Embassy for a student visa.
At the time of the interview with the consulate officer, international students must submit the documented evidence of financial resources to meet all expenses for the duration of their studies.
|Estimated Yearly Costs for 2012-2013|
|Tuition and fees||$21,000|
|Housing Options (Choose one)|
|Smith Hall - with Roommate||$4,800|
|Wallace Hall - with Roommate||$5,600|
|Meal Plan Options (Choose one)|
|90 meals per semester (+190 Panther Bucks)||$1,580|
|120 meals per semester (+255 Panther Bucks)||$2,100|
|150 meals per semester (+320 Panther Bucks)||$2,620|
|180 meals per semester (+320 Panther Bucks)||$2,980|
|Student fee (annual fee)||$285|
|Health Center fee||$180|
|Fall international student orientation (one time fee)||$110|
|Spring international student orientation (one time fee)||$145|
|International sudent health insurance fee||$1,000|
|Additional international student health insurance fee for athletes||$220|
|Payment Plan (4 payments per semester)||$2,696|
Personal expenses vary depending on individual spending needs.