Statement of Expenses International Undergraduate Students 2010-2011 The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay requires certification of adequate financial support from all students with non-immigrant visas. A financial support statement and letter from the bank will be required of all students and/or sponsors. A sample bank letter can be found on the other side of this sheet.
All fees are subject to change without notice. Fees are based on 2010-2011 expenses and will be updated for 2011-2012 upon your arrival. Application fees are non-refundable.
All amounts are given in US Dollars: EXPENSE ACADEMIC YEAR Tuition and Fees Approximately $ 14,500.00 Housing For a 4-student, 2-bedroom apartment on campus $ 4,000.00 Meals $ 3,000.00 Books and Supplies $ 800.00 Incidentals Travel, clothing, etc. $ 2,000.00 Health and Accident Insurance International students are required to purchase Health and Accident Insurance though the University or show proof of coverage while in the United States. If you are a prospective student athlete, you will also need to show funding for this amount or prove adequate insurance coverage while in the United States, even if you are offered a full athletic scholarship.
$ 850.00 TOTAL This is the amount you will have to display on bank statements through sponsorship, scholarships, ... more. less.
or personal funding. $25,150.00 ** This is a relatively conservative budget for a student who plans carefully and is willing to share living quarters with another student. While some students may need less money, many students find that they spend more than this amount.<br><br> This estimate does not include the cost of international travel and having an automobile. Students holding F-1 or J-1 visas may be eligible to work part-time on campus. Such positions cannot be guaranteed; therefore, applicants cannot depend on campus employment as a source of financial support.<br><br>