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Dates and Costs

Spring 2019 - Semester

January 16 - May 17

New student arrival: January 16
First day of classes: January 21
Last day of classes: May 17
Residence hall move-out: May 18

Class fees $5,400
University fees $692
Health insurance $625
Residence halls $4,473
Meal plan $2,353
Textbooks* $191
Personal expenses* $1,590
Orientation fee** $106
Estimated total $15,430

*Estimated cost

 **First semester only, $75 for students living off-campus.

 


Summer 2019 - 5 weeks

July 5 - August 10

New student arrival: July 5
First day of classes: July 8
Last day of classes: August 10
Residence hall move-out: August 11

Class fees $2,400
University fees $459
Health insurance $249
Residence halls $1,450
Meal plan $881
Textbooks* $150
Personal expenses* $660
Orientation fee $0
Estimated total $6,249

*Estimated cost

 


Fall 2019 - Semester

August 20 - December 19

New student arrival: August 20
First day of classes: August 26
Last day of classes: December 19
Residence hall move-out: December 20

Class fees $5,400
University fees $713
Health insurance $656
Residence halls $4,653
Meal plan $2,415
Textbooks* $191
Personal expenses* $1,590
Orientation fee** $106
Estimated total $15,724

*Estimated cost
**First semester only, $75 for students living off-campus.

 


PLEASE NOTE

  • All prices and dates are valid until May 18, 2019, but are subject to change at any time.
  • Room & board includes the price for on-campus housing in residence halls with two students per room and a 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 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.

 

ACADEMIC COURSE FEES

Conditionally admitted students in Level 4 Academic Purposes of HELP can take an academic class at SUNY New Paltz along with their ESL courses if they meet the specific criteria to do so. 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. 

 

ACCEPTABLE PAYMENT METHODS

We accept credit card, cash, travelers check, personal check, or wire transfer. Other than the application fee, all other payments are made upon arrival during orientation. 


If you have questions about part-time study, refund policies, or other payment issues,
please e-mail esl@newpaltz.edu or call +1-845-257-3595.

Last updated: April 20, 2018

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