Costs for 2014-15:
|Hope College Fees 2014-15*||Academic Year|
|Tuition — 12 to 16 credits||$29,390|
|Board (21 meals per week)||$4,920|
|Personal Expenses (insurance, travel, books, etc)||$2,400 (estimate)|
*Please note that tuition, room and board fees may continue to increase on an average of 4% each academic year.
Does Hope College offer financial assistance or need-based scholarships for international students?
NOTE: The completed application deadline to be considered for the following aid is January 31.
Hope does offer academic scholarships to applicants who complete their application by the end of January. Selection is competitive and is based on strength of academic record, SAT scores, TOEFL, recommendations and extra-curricular involvement. Scholarships range from $3,000 to $13,000 per year.
Should I pursue outside scholarships and if I receive them, do I need to notify Hope College?
You may pursue scholarships outside of Hope. Hope College should be notified of any scholarships that are received from outside sources.
Are international students allowed to work off campus to earn money?
International students are not allowed to work off campus to earn money but they receive top priority for on campus jobs.Can I find employment on campus?
There are many and various on-campus jobs at Hope College. Even though international students are only allowed to work on campus, most of them find year-round employment on the campus to help pay for their personal expenses.What are the other sources of funding?
The following is a list of useful resources for International Students seeking Financial Aid.Helpful Websites
Contact person - Todd Woodlee
1.800.745.5473 or 1.800.846.1290
International Education Finance Corp.
424 Adams Street
Milton, MA 02186
First Union National Bank
Contact person - Faye Becker
Educaid EXTRA International Student Loan Program
Educational Finance Group
Contact person - Mike Galvin