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Financing a Coe Education

Coe College values a diverse international population and offers financial assistance to qualified international students in the form of renewable international scholarships, grants and on-campus work-study. Our funds are not limitless and generally students should expect to pay for a portion of their college expenses (at least one half or more).

To be considered for financial assistance, students must be admitted and have submitted a completed International Student Financial Statement. Additional financial documents may be required and could include:

  1. Bank statement on official bank letterhead indicating sufficient funds to cover the cost of attendance. The bank statement should be stamped or signed by a bank official.
  2. Affidavit of support submitted by a sponsor and accompanied by an official bank statement verifying the availability of funds for overseas educational support.
  3. Scholarship letter from a sponsoring organization indicating dates, monetary amounts and terms of sponsorship.

Please provide all supporting financial documentation in English.



The following chart includes general expense guidelines for the academic school year:

2016-17 Expenses

Year Total

Fall

Spring

Tuition

$40,670

$20,335

$20,335

Student Fees

330

165

165

Room/Meals

8,820

4,410

4,410

Comprehensive Fee Total

$49,820

$24,910

$24,910

Estimated expenses:

Personal expenses

$1,600

710

890

Books

1,000

500

500

Health Insurance

621

276

345

Enrollment/Orientation Fee

300

300

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TOTAL:

$53,541

$26,696

$26,645


(Expenses are subject to change from year to year as determined by the College's Board of Trustees and should be expected to increase in years to come. Students are required to have health insurance in the U.S.)