2012-2013*

 International
Tuition and Fees for 2 Terms (Approx. 16 - 20 credits)$33,946
Health Insurance1,212
Room and Board for 2 Terms6,760
Books and Supplies for 2 Terms/Fees1,000
Miscellaneous Expenses1,200
Living Expenses during work - terms (if necessary)3,500
Total Financial Proof Amount Required for Visa Document$47,618 USD

*Above figures are in U.S. dollars and are approximate, and subject to change at any time.

Tuition and Fees: Undergraduate students must enroll for the amount of credit listed above to insure graduation within 4 1/2 years. The above estimates are calculated on the basis of this enrollment activity. *Please remember that tuition and fees are subject to change at any time.

Health Insurance: Kettering requires all international students to purchase the Kettering University Sickness and Accident Insurance plan, or provide proof of comparable coverage (in English), prior to arriving on campus. Dependents accompanying international students must also have health insurance coverage, which may be purchased through the University?s plan.

Kettering's Sickness and Accident Insurance plan coverage becomes effective when students arrive on campus. International students may wish to purchase health insurance that provides coverage during travel to Kettering.

Contact the Kettering Wellness Center for further information.
Telephone: 800-955-4464, ext. 9650.
Email: wellness@kettering.edu.

Room and Board: The amount indicated is the cost of single occupancy room for 2 academic terms in the university residence hall. This rate includes a 19 meal plan, 15 meals from Monday - Friday, and Brunch and Dinner on Saturday and Sunday. Meals are served in the adjacent Campus Center.

Miscellaneous Expenses: Costs vary based on the needs and spending habits of the individual. The estimated amount includes clothing, haircuts, medical expenses not covered by insurance, and entertainment costs.

Living Expenses During the Work Term: The amount of funding needed for one year varies per student because of work term living expenses. Students work throughout the nation and the world. Typically the co-op earnings cover expenses during the work term and it is not anticipated that a student will need additional funds. However, the $5,000 assures that the student has a resource if additional funding is needed.

When planning your funds for enrollment, please consider that funds are needed for at least 4 - 5 years for the undergraduate program. Financial assistance is not readily available and the cost of attending Kettering University may increase from year to year.