2018 Program Fees
|Application Fee (Non-Refundable):||$85|
The program fee covers all tuition, room/ board, meals, course materials, and program-related trips. Please, note this does not include travel costs to or from the program.
Financial aid is available to students with demonstrated financial need. To apply, download and complete the appropriate form(s). Your completed financial aid application, as well as the required supplemental documents, must be uploaded to CollegeNet within 10 days of submitting your program application. Please upload your documents as one file onto your CollegeNet home dashboard:
– Financial Aid Application (US Citizens & Permanent Residents)
– Financial Aid Application (Foreign Nationals)
– Non-custodial Parent Form (US Citizens & Permanent Residents)
– Non-custodial Parent Form (Canada)
A non-refundable deposit of $1000 USD (deposit amounts for financial aid recipients will vary, and this amount will be displayed on your CollegeNet online enrollment form) is due at the time of enrollment (date indicated on your admission letter). The remaining balance is due in full on the date reflected on your tuition bill. Installment payments can be made through Penn Pay until the due date. After completing your enrollment form, you will automatically be routed to the deposit page for payment. If you experience any issues with the enrollment or deposit payment page, please contact CollegeNET directly.
Once you are enrolled in ESAP, a bill will be generated (later) by Penn’s Student Financial Services. We will send an email with information on how to log into Penn Pay and access your bill. However, please note that our office DOES NOT handle billing, and all applicable inquiries must be made directly to SFS. The balance due (minus the amount of your deposit payment) will be due on the date specified on your bill.* If you received a financial aid award, this amount will be deducted from your balance before your bill is generated. The university must receive the full amount due on or before the bill’s due date. If full payment is not received by the due date, a late penalty of 1.5% of the amount past due will be assessed, and your enrollment in the program will be jeopardized.
*For priority applicants, bills will typically be available at the beginning of May and will be due at the end of May. For non-priority applicants, your bill will be disbursed at the end of May or June and will be due at the end of June or July (depending on the date you were enrolled in the program).*
Please note that students should plan to have access to funds for any personal spending (toiletries, snacks, souvenirs, etc).
International students should also plan to accommodate additional fees such as visa application, SEVIS, and shipping fees.