TUITION & SCHOLARSHIPS FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
Tuition and personal costs
Estimated annual expenses:
|Tuition & fees||$22,028|
|On-campus room & board||$11,723|
If you bring dependents [spouse and/or child(ren)], add $4,160 per dependent to the total.
Residency: International students are considered out-of-state residents for their entire college career.
International student scholarships
In addition to our already very affordable cost of attendance, The University of Akron offers a variety of scholarship packages for international students ranging from $4,000 to full tuition, room, and board. The following scholarships for first-time freshmen will be available starting in fall 2018.
To be considered for scholarships, all students must take the ACT or SAT.
Akron Guarantee International Scholarship
The Akron Guarantee International Scholarship is awarded at levels between $500 and $10,500 in the first year.
What makes the AGIS unique is that it is guaranteed all four years (as long as you maintain a 2.0 GPA and it increases in value for every 30 credits completed:
30 credits (1 year): $1,500 increase
60 credits (2 years): $1,000 increase
90 credits (3 years): $1,000 increase
HOW TO APPLY: You will be considered for the Akron Guarantee International Scholarship using the information supplied on your application for admission, including your SAT or ACT scores. In other words, there is no separate application for the Akron Guarantee International Scholarship. You will be considered automatically!
Akron International Scholars Award
The Akron International Scholars Award is a full tuition, room, and board scholarship awarded to a small number of outstanding applicants who also demonstrate significant financial need.
The application will be posted shortly.
Scholarships for international transfer students
International transfer students* are eligible for Partners in Excellence – Transfer Scholarships ranging from $2,000 to $2,500 divided evenly over two semesters.
Learn more about scholarships for transfer students.
* Transfer students are those who have attended an accredited college or university in or outside the United States, but have not received a bachelor's degree yet.
The Gorazde International Student Fund, for Eastern European students.
The Samir and Salma Gibara International Business Fellowships
Elton Coleman Endowment, for Canadian students