The cost of attendance may vary based on your program of study and special fees for that program. Annual increases are often necessary to provide the highest quality instruction, facilities, programs and services, and the University strives to keep those increases reasonable. Students and families should plan for annual cost increases and be prepared for the financial commitment.
Aid for International Students
Undergraduate Aid: Syracuse University offers merit-based scholarships in recognition of exceptional academic and personal achievement. Selection is made by the Office of Admissions and eligibility is based on academic credentials. Eligible students will be notified at the time of admission. Any questions regarding undergraduate merit scholarships can be sent to email@example.com.
Graduate Aid: The majority of decisions regarding graduate funding are made at the departmental level, so contact your program to see what opportunities are available through your school or college. Your professors, faculty advisor, program director, or department chair are in the best position to determine if/how you will qualify for merit-based support from your graduate program. You can also connect with your graduate admissions officer for more information.
Note: If you are an international applicant who requires an F-1 Student Visa to come to Syracuse, please review the International Requirements for estimate information and instructions on how to submit sufficient funds.
Note on the Cost of Attendance for International Students: The Cost of Attendance is adjusted for international students based on an estimated increase in transportation and travel expenses for any student whose home of record is not in the United States of America.
Note: Graduate tuition differs for students enrolled in the following programs:
- Social Work (Main Campus and Online)
- Marriage and Family Therapy (Main Campus and Online)
- School of Education – Extended Campus
- College of Law (Residential and JDinteractive)
You can find detailed information on program fees, course fees, payment policies, and other Bursar policies on the Tuition, Fees, and Related Policies Bulletin.