International Admissions - Undergraduate Tuition & Fees

Proof of Funding

In order to receive an I-20 from the State University of New York Polytechnic Institute, undergraduate international students must show financial documentation to prove the ability to pay tuition, fees, and living expenses while studying at the State University of New York Polytechnic Institute. Below is a list of estimated expenses at the undergraduate level. If you require an F-1 visa, you are required to submit bank statements showing that you have access to the Estimated Total Annual Costs before an I-20 will be issued to you. 


Undergraduate Tuition & Fees for Utica Campus (All Programs) for 9 Months

Items

Per Semester
4.5 Months

Per Year (Two Semesters)
9 Months

Tuition

$8,160.00

$16,320.00

Fees

$664.00

$1,328.00

Health Insurance

$651.00

$1,302.00

Room & Board (Double Sharing with meals - first-come first-served basis)

$6,220.00

$12,440.00

Books & Supplies

$600.00

$1,200.00

 

 

 

Total Estimated Expenses
for 9 months

$16,295.00

$32,590.00

A one-time international orientation fee of $200 will be charged to all new student accounts.


Undergraduate Tuition & Fees for Albany Campus (Nanoscale Science & Engineering) for 9 months

Items

Per Semester
4.5 Months

Per Year (Two Semesters)
9 Months

Tuition

$8,160.00

$16,320.00

Fees

$653.50

$1,307.00

Health Insurance

$651.00

$1,302.00

Room & Board (Double Sharing with meals - first-come first-served basis)

$8,780.00

$17,560.00

Books & Supplies

$600.00

$1,200.00

 

 

 

Total Estimated Expenses
for 9 months

$18,844.00

$37,688.00

A one-time international orientation fee of $200 will be charged to all new student accounts.


IMPORTANT:

Please be aware that the above costs may vary from student to student and it is covering up to 9 months. As an example, some students may spend more money on personal expenses or travel within the USA. Also, these costs do not include all expenses, such as travel to and from your home country.

Bank statements must indicate that funds are available in liquid assets. The statements must be dated within 6 months of the time the college will review them prior to issuing the I-20. Salary statements and property statements cannot be used as a means of support.

We may need to request that you send us additional financial documentation to assist in the verification of assured support. Applicants will be notified if further documentation will be necessary for the issue of the I-20. 


Questions?

Tze-Teck Sim, PDSO
Deputy Director, International Admissions & Student Services
Undergraduate and Graduate programs
Email: tsim@sunypoly.edu
Tel: +1 315-792-7219
Fax: +1 315-792-7221

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