Tuition & Finances

The University of Louisville strives to ensure that students’ access to a top-quality education is not limited by financial circumstances.

Cost of Study (2014-2015 Academic Year)
The following is an estimate of expenses for an academic year (9 months). Tuition and Fees are subject to change:

Undergraduate                 Graduate

Tuition (Two Semesters)                               $24,420.00                     $23,864.00

International Student Fee                              $100.00                          $100.00
($50 each fall/spring and $25 summer)

Student Activities Fee                                   $196.00                          $196.00
($98 per semester)

Health Service Fee and Insurance                   $2,462.00                       $2,462.00
(Two semesters) 1

Living Expenses                                             $8,000.00                      $8,000.00
(Nine months) 2

Intensive English Training                                 ***                                 ***
(3 Sessions) 3

TOTAL                                                           $34,882.00                      $34,326.00*

* Tuition cost for specific graduate programs and professional schools can be found at http://louisville.edu/finance/bursar/tuition
1 Health Services and Insurance are required for International Students
2 This amount represents a modest budget and actual costs will depend upon your own living style and needs. An additional $2,500.00 financial certificate is required for first dependent and $1000.00 for each dependent thereafter for students who wish to be accompanied by spouse and dependents in the U.S.
3 Applicable if student needs additional study in English: IESL tuition and fees is $4,590 per semester, $300 for books and supplies, international fee of $50, health insurance $2,196 for each semester and an estimated cost of living of $4,000, with a total financial document for the amount of $11,136.

Financing Your Study at the University of Louisville
International students at the University of Louisville are expected to take full responsibility for financing their education. Students who anticipate not being able to meet the cost of education and living expenses are advised to request a deferment of enrollment until adequate funding can be secured.

Working On Campus
International students are permitted to work up to 20 hours per week on campus while enrolled for full-time coursework. The Career Development Center assists students in finding job opportunities on campus or you can talk with individual departments. Departments which commonly hire international students include REACH, the Library system, and food services.