International Student Fee Schedule
Cost of Living in the United States for F-1 Students
Below is an approximate break-down of your financial requirements for one academic year
(9 months) of study at Farmingdale.
International students from all countries underestimate the cost of living in the United States. The cost of living on Long Island, located on the fringe of New York City, is one of the highest in the United States.
The following outlines the estimated cost for one academic year (9 months) at this College:
|Finances - Full Time - Non-Resident||Semester Charge|
|Tuition - Out-of-state||
|Student Activity Fee||
|Intercollegiate Athletic Fee||
|Health Service Fee||
|Orientation (one-time charge)||$110.00|
|Dormitories - Single Occupancy||
|Dormitory Deposits - Annual|
|Residence Hall Damage||
|Common Area Damage||
|Meal Plan -||
|International Student Health Insurance||MANDATORY|
|Fall 2014: 8/15/14 though 1/14/15||$526.35|
|Spring 2015: 1/15/15 through 6/14/15||$526.35|
|Spring/Summer 2015: 1/15/15 though 8/14/15||$736.89|
In some courses additional costs to the student may be incurred because of field trips, special equipment, or for transportation to off-campus assignments.
Tuition/fees and insurance are subject to change without notice by action of the Farmingdale College Council and/or the SUNY Board of Trustees.
No financial aid will be available to new international students through the State University of New York. Students requiring financial assistance should investigate all sources within their own nation.
On-Campus housing for International Students is available during vacation and summer
breaks by special arrangements. Contact Residence Life for details.
NOTE: THESE AMOUNTS ARE APPROXIMATIONS AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE.
***FOR INTERSESSION, SPRING BREAK, AND SUMMER HOUSING COSTS, CONTACT RESIDENCE LIFE AT (631)420-2010