For students attending Hood College on the F-1 student visa: Federal immigration regulations require all international students to provide documentation of financial support for their study in the United States. Students must be able to show that they have the funds to pay for tuition, fees, room and board, books and personal expenses (less any applicable scholarships or aid) for the duration of their study in the U.S. Tuition and fees generally increase somewhat from year to year; the average increase has been about three percent in each category.
In some cases, undergraduate international students may qualify for a Hood College international student grant. When a student applies to Hood College, his/her application is automatically reviewed for these grants. There is no separate application form. Please note that Hood does not offer full scholarships to international students. Even if you are offered admission and receive a Hood College grant, you will still be required to document your ability to fund the majority of your educational expenses in the United States.
If you are applying from a United World College institution (www.uwc.org), Hood College is part of the Davis UWC Scholarship program. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Hood College charges the same tuition for domestic and international students.
Undergraduate Student Cost 2015-16
|Tuition and fees
||$35,150 per year
|Room and Board
||$11,840 per year
|Estimated additional costs*
|Estimated total cost
*The estimated additional costs are not charge by Hood College, but you should take these into consideration when planning your study. They include, but are not limited to, your transportation to the United States, visa costs, books for your classes, student health insurance, and living expenses.
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