Required Fees | Variable (Optional) Fees | Approximate Total Costs
Required fees are bold.
Variable (optional) fees are gray and marked with an asterisk (*).
|Session / Time||Summer II (4 weeks)|
|Dates||2018 Dates TBD|
|On Campus Housing||
|Full Meal Plan||$995.40|
|Community Meal Plan (available to commuters + certain dorms only)||$258 (25 meals)*|
|Institutional TOEFL Exam||$45*|
|Estimated Total Costs|
|On Campus Housing + Full Meal Plan||$1,982.40|
|Off Campus Housing + No Meal Plans||N/A|
Note: Please refer to the Residential Life website at http://www.reslife.uconn.edu/ for details regarding housing and dining prices. UCAELI cannot guarantee single or double room requests. Dormitory assignments are based on availability.
Explanation of fees:
*** ALL FEES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE***
Application fee: Non-refundable fee covering application processing.
Enrollment Deposit: Non-refundable and non-transferable fee required of all new and returning UCAELI students. For more information visit the FAQ page.
Course fees: Based on 22 hours of instruction per week
On campus housing: On-campus housing for the four week PLUS program is provided through conferences services. The cost of housing must be paid before the student arrives. The cost of housing is not refundable.
Meal plan: Students living in dorms must purchase a full meal plan. The cost of the meal plan must be paid before arrival. The cost of the meal plan is non-refundable.
Medical Insurance: All full-time international UCAELI students are required to purchase medical insurance from UCONN, provided by CHP. The only exception is SACM students who are provided with AETNA insurance.
Refund Policy: If you decide not to attend the program, your $150 application fee will not be refunded. However, if you submit a new application within 12 months from the date of the first application, we will credit the $150 application fee to your account. In case of illness or other emergency, UCAELI will refund your course fees and housing fees on a prorated basis upon receipt of proper documentation. The $350 enrollment deposit will not be refunded. If you choose to defer your acceptance, you will need to pay the $350 enrollment deposit again.