Tuition, Fees and Living Expenses
Tuition & Fees (Based on 12 credits per term) $10,774
Books and Supplies $1,600
Room and Board (off-campus) $11,100
Transportation $1,700
Personal Expenses $2,000
Health Insurance (Optional) $750
Total $27,924

 

In order to qualify for the Form I-20, students must demonstrate that they or their sponsors have the funding immediately available to pay for the first year of tuition and living expenses. An estimate of these costs is listed above.

Please Note:

International students with families need to add $1,500 per term per dependent accompanying them. 

Because there are no dormitories on campus, students are required to find their own off-campus housing. The estimate above is based on average rent and public transportation costs in the Waterbury area. 

On-campus employment for international students is limited and off-campus employment is highly restricted. Students cannot rely on employment as a means of paying for their education.

International students can expect to pay out-of-state tuition rates throughout the course of their degree programs.

Who to Contact

We welcome students from all over the world and provide a variety of services to help you earn your degree. 

If you are an international student considering studies in the United States, please contact our International Student Advisor. We will help you through the application process and continue to support you throughout your academic experience. 

Contact Information:

Jennifer Wissink
International Student Advisor
Kinney Hall, K500
Telephone: 011-1-203-575-8010
Email: JWissink@nv.edu
Fax: 011-1-203-596-8766

Linda Stango
Director of Admissions
Kinney Hall, K500
Telephone: 011-1-203-575-8016
Email: LStango@nv.edu
Fax: 011-1-203-596-8766