ADMISSION DEADLINES, TUITION AND FEES

Payment Options

 

Semester Deadlines and Dates

International Student Application Deadline

Fall 2017 Semester Spring 2018 Semester Summer 2017 Semester
May 15, 2017 October 1, 2017 February 1, 2017

 

 

 

Transfer & Resident/Citizen Student Application Deadline

Fall 2017 Semester Spring 2018 Semester Summer 2017 Semester
July 15, 2017 December 1, 2017 April 1, 2017

 

 

  

Semester Duration
Fall 2017 August 21 - December 16, 2017
Spring 2018 January 8 - May 3, 2018
Summer 2017 May 10 - August 11, 2017

 

Tuition and Fees by Semester

Fall and Spring 

Credit Hours Tuition and Fees by Credit*
Five Credits $738.00
Ten Credits $1,477.00
Fifteen Credits $2,216.00
Twenty Credits $2,995.00

Summer

 Credit Hours Tuition and Fees by Credit*
Five Credits

$733.75

Ten Credits $1,467.50
Fifteen Credits $2,201.25
Twenty Credits $2,975.00

 

3 Important deadlines - payment deadline, aug 10 - late fee deadline, aug 24 - 100% refund deadline, aug 26 (1st block), sep 6 (semester), oct 18 (2nd block)

 *Tuition and Fees are subject to change

Additional Cost Information 


Student Financial Responsibility

Failure to meet financial commitments and/or obligations to the college will result in a "hold" being placed on the student's record. Registration for future terms and transcripts will not be available until the obligation is cleared.

 

Estimate Additional Cost

Room, board, books, supplies and misc: $5,150.00 per semester

Do not send money for the additional costs.

Note: For Express Mailing of Form I-20 it is recommended that you include $60.00 at time of application. 

 

Tuition Late Fee

Regardless of circumstances, students who did not register and pay tuition according to the registration schedule, will be classified as late registrants and assessed the late fee.

 

Reinstatement Fee

Classes will be dropped ONLY ONE TIME for nonpayment. This will happen on December 9, if not paid by 11:59 p.m. MT. A fee of $50 will be charged for reinstatement of classes for a student terminated earlier during the same academic semester.

 

Health Insurance

Although Utah Valley University and the Intensive English Program do not require that students purchase or have health insurance coverage, it is strongly recommended that you arrange to have an appropriate health insurance plan.  Medical expenses in the United States can be very high.  Consequently, to avoid spending large amounts of money on health related expenses, which may result in your having insufficient financial resources to pay your tuition and fees, purchase your required textbooks, and meet living expenses such as rent, utilities, food and other personal expenses, the Intensive English Program administration strongly encourages you to arrange for health insurance in your home country.  If you do not have health insurance, the International Student Services Office may assist you with obtaining health insurance.