Financial Information for International Applicants
In addition to the cost of attendance, international students are required to purchase mandatory health insurance (currently $840 per year).
The costs for room and board during summer are not included. Summer rates are currently $575 per month, for a May through August total of $1,725. There are no meal plans available during the summer months. There is an additional charge for students who need housing during winter break in December. Estimate $2,500 in living expenses during breaks.
Annual increases to all costs are expected.
Additional costs for international students vary and include personal expenses such as travel, personal items and books. Depending on your academic major, the cost of books could be higher than the estimate.
Scholarships for International Students
Agnes Scott’s merit-based scholarships are highly competitive. The academic qualifications determining scholarship awards are dependent on the strength of the applicant pool. Priority consideration will be given to students completing all application requirements by the Early Action II deadline.
Scholarship offers and award amounts will be determined by a holistic review of the application for admission and thorough evaluation of academic indicators, including (but not limited to) rigor of coursework, high school GPA and standardized test scores. Financial aid packages will be sent following acceptance to Agnes Scott.
Scholarships are automatically renewed for four years, provided the student maintains the academic requirements as stipulated in the offer of scholarship award letter.
- Most schools in the U.S. (public and private) raise tuition and fees annually.
- Over the past three years, Agnes Scott tuition, room, board and fees have increased on average 3 percent annually. Although costs are likely to increase annually, student scholarship awards remain the same.
- International students may not apply for additional forms of financial assistance once enrolled at Agnes Scott College.
- A few international students are eligible to apply for student loans in their home countries for study in the U.S. Other international students are eligible to apply for students loans through U.S. banks if they have a U.S. citizen co-signer for the loan application. Agnes Scott does not have a student loan program.