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Dates and Costs

Fall 2016


Dates: August 29 - December 22, 2016

Class Fees: $5,400

University Fees: $656

Health Insurance: $543

Room and Board: $5,575

Textbooks: $175

Orientation Fee: $140 

Estimated Total: $12,489

 


 

Spring 2017

Dates: January 23 - May 19, 2017

New Students Arrival: January 18, 2017 

Class Fees: $5,400

University Fees: $656

Health Insurance: $543

Room and Board: $5,575

Textbooks: $175

Orientation Fee: $140 

Estimated Total: $12,489

 


 

Summer 2017- Three week program

Dates:

June 7: New Student Arrival

June 12: First Day of Classes

June 30: Last Day of Classes 

Class Fees: $1,600

University Fees: $314

Health Insurance: $108.50

Room & Board: $1,200

Textbooks: $100

Orientation Fee: $50

Estimated Total: $3,372.50

 

Summer 2017 - Five Week Program

Dates: 

July 6: New Student Arrival

July 10: First Day of Classes

August 10: Last Day of Classes

August 11: Departure 


Class Fees: $2,400

University Fees: $314

Health Insurance: $325.20

Room & Board: $1,900

Textbooks: $150

Orientation Fee: $60

Estimated Total: $5,149.20

 


 

Fall 2017

 

Dates: August 28 - December 21, 2017

New students arrival: August 22, 2017

Class Fees: $5,400

University Fees: $656

Health Insurance: $543

Room & Board: $5,575

Textbooks: $175

Orientation Fee: $140 

Estimated Total: $12,489

 


  

NOTES

  • Prices and dates are estimates, based on current information. All fees and dates are subject to change. Please contact Haggerty English Language Program for exact fees and dates by emailing esl@newpaltz.edu.
  • Living expenses are the prices for on-campus housing in residence halls; two students per room and full meal plan (19 meals/week). New students are encouraged to live on-campus their first term. The university does not provide assistance with off-campus housing.
  • All students pay an orientation fee in their first semester of enrollment; cost for orientation during the Fall & Spring term is $140 for students living on campus and $75 for students living off campus.  
  • All international students are required to purchase the State University of New York Health Insurance Policy. We do not accept applications for a waiver of the insurance requirement.
  • Matriculated students in the top two levels who meet the specific criteria can take an academic class at SUNY New Paltz along with their ESL courses. Charges for those courses follow standard SUNY New Paltz tuition fees.  For more information on University fees, visit the SUNY New Paltz Tuition & Fees page. Student visa holders pay NON-NYS resident rates.

For information about part time studies, please email esl@newpaltz.edu or call 845-257-3595.

Feel free to e-mail us with any questions about costs, payments or refund policies esl@newpaltz.edu

 

Last updated: January 17, 2017

 

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