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  •  At a Glance

    Campus Setting: 

    200-acre picturesque campus in Laurel Highlands of PA

    Academics 

    Nearly 50 undergraduate majors and 10 graduate programs

    12:1 Faculty Student ratio

    85 percent of first-year students return as sophomores

    Enrollment:  

    1596 Undergraduate Students

    217 Graduate Students

    Male/Female Ratio: 52:48

    Median Age:  

    Undergraduate: 20

    Graduate: 29

    Annual Tuition and Fees:  

    Undergraduate: $30,350  for full-time undergraduates

    Graduate: varies by program

    Student Life:  

    60 Clubs and Programs Offered

  • Contact Us

    Admission Office
    Phone: 800-782-5549

    admission@stvincent.edu
     

International Students

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  • Expenses for International Students

    Spending time at Saint Vincent College as an international student? Costs vary according to the program in which you are enrolled.

    First, it's important to determine the program in which you are interested. Are you a:

    • Traditional student, working toward a four-year degree?
    • Integrated Language Studies student, working to improve your English for later college study?
    • Traveling student on a study-abroad visit?
    • Graduate student in a master's or doctoral program?

    See below for the costs for each of the above options!

    Four-Year Degree

    First year*:
    Tuition and fees $30,765
    Room and board $10,260
    Other expenses** $ 3,000
    Total (estimated) $43,800
    *Charges are subject to change in future years.
    **Includes one-time International Welcome Week fee
    ***Other expenses estimates include the following: books, $980 per year; insurance, $500 per year; miscellaneous, $85 per month.
     

    Students will receive a bill for the amount they owe, but it will be sent by the traditional mail system and may be subject to prolonged delivery times. Please contact the College at any time for a current bill amount. Items such as insurance, books, etc. are included in the estimate as costs but ones that Saint Vincent College does not necessarily provide. Books may be purchased on campus and insurance should be arranged for prior to entering the United States. Please contact Katelyn Karasack in the Admission office for any needed clarification.

    Study-abroad Student

    Tuition and fees $30,765
    Room and board $10,260
    Other expenses** $ 3,000
    Total (estimated) $43,800  

    $825 per individual course
    $4,125 per semester
    *Charges are subject to change in future years.
    **Includes one-time International Welcome Week fee
    ***Other expenses estimates include the following: books, $980 per year; insurance, $500 per year; miscellaneous, $85 per month.
     

    Costs for students on exchange programs may vary according to institutional agreements.  

    Integrated Language Studies

    Program Costs
    $825 per course/per semester 

    $4,125 for the intensive program per semester
    $225 International Welcome Week fee

    Students are eligible to take one or more classes, or the full-day intensive program. Students may reside in campus housing (housing is based on availability) and purchase campus meal plans.

    On-Campus Housing Costs
    $2,549 (double-occupancy) per semester;
    $2,638 (single-occupancy) per semester

    College Meal Plan
    $2,118-$2,327 for 12 meals-19 meals per week for the entire semester

    Graduate Student Seeking a Master's or Doctoral Degree

    Graduate Education Tuition $583 per credit
    Graduate Business Tuition $602 per credit
    Graduate Health Science Tuition $717 per credit
    Doctor of Nurse Anesthesia Tuition $905 per credit
    Health Services Fee $45 (9 credits or more per semester)
    Technology Fee (per semester):

    $77 (less than 9 credits per semester)
    $200 (9 credits or more per semester)

    International Welcome Week fee $225

     

  • Council of International Schools LogoSaint Vincent College has satisfied the requirements and is recognized as a higher education member of the Council of International Schools.