Penn State is a public university that receives some funding from the government and from taxpayers. There is, at this time, essentially no financial aid available for international undergraduate students. U.S. Citizenship or legal permanent residency is a requirement for federal funds; Pennsylvania residency is a further requirement for state funds.
University Park, Hershey, and Great Valley Financial Guarantee Requirements
9-Month and 12-Month Estimated Expenses for International Students
The information on the chart linked above is also displayed in the following text and subsequent pages.
All figures cited are broad estimates used only for determining the year one financial guarantee requirements for the issuance of visa eligibility documents.
Please click on the number to link to a breakdown of the estimate figure. The figure cited includes the following costs: full time out of state tuition, university fees, 9 or 12 months living expenses, mandatory health insurance. Additional proof of funds are required for F-2 and J-2 depenents.
|University Park First and Second Year Undergraduate Students||$65,600|
|University Park Upper Division Business, Science, IST & Engineering Programs||$70,000|
|University Park Upper Division Nursing||$72,700|
|University Park Upper Division All Other Programs||$67,500|
|University Park MBA||$70,600|
|University Park MFIN / MSREA / MRE||$66,800|
|University Park Masters of Accounting Analytics (MAA)||$59,700|
|Univeristy Park Business Analytics (MBAN)||$83,800|
|University Park Masters of Accounting (MACC)||$65,000|
|University Park Graduate Business, Science, IST & Engineering||$60,900|
|University Park One Year Master's of Engineering Program||$81,100|
|University Park All Other Graduate Programs||$59,600|
|Great Valley Graduate Center||$73,900|
|College of Medicine at Hershey Medical School (M.D.)||$84,200|
|College of Medicine at Hershey Medical School (Graduate)||$60,400|