As part of the admission process, international students are required to provide financial documentation which verifies that they can afford, either individually or through the help of a sponsor, the cost of tuition, fees, and living expenses for their academic programs.
In order to create I-20s, our office must have proof of financial resources for at least one year of studies at Towson University. The ISSO can accept electronic copies of financial documents; we retain the right to request original financial documents under any and all circumstances.
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(1 TERM ONLY)
Living expenses include costs of housing, food, health insurance and books.
View additional information about Estimated Expenses for 2017-2018 (PDF) for undergraduate, graduate and English Language Center students and dependents.
Students are able to find payment due dates, installment plan information and up-to-date payment schedules from the Bursar's Office.
Funding is quite limited for international students in the United States. However, the following are a partial list of web sites with information and web-based searches for scholarships and financial aid. Most were created specifically for international students.