|2016 Total Academic
Tuition and Fees*
|$11,236||See below for payment deadlines|
|Tuition1 and Fees*||Amount||Due Date|
|Non Refundable Application Fee2||$100||due at the time of application (applications accepted on a rolling basis until March 15 – please note that programs often will fill up well before this date)|
|Non Refundable Seat Deposit3||$500||Due three (3) weeks after you have been notified that your application was received|
|Tuition Balance Due||$10,636||May 22, 2016|
|1 Tuition includes the following: 1) 6 hours of credit from American University Washington College of Law, 2) housing from May 29 to June 25, 3) transportation and admissions to required site visits, and 4) supplemental travel insurance during the program.|
|2 Application Fee is not part of tuition but is a separate administrative fee.|
|3 Seat deposit is the first $500 of the total $11,136 due for the program.|
|* Additional program costs for which students are responsible include roundtrip transportation from the United States, food, any visa charges and personal expenses.|
This also pays for the following:
(1) hotel housing (double occupancy), breakfast, and wi-fi from the nights of May 29 (check-in date) to
June 24 (check-out on June 25);
(2) a river cruise and several receptions and celebrations.
Fees and approximate other costs:
• $1000, round trip airfare from the East Coast/Midwest
• $350, three days of program-related train travel (less, if take inter-city buses)
• $100, Textbooks
• $1,680 ($60 per day x 28 days), daily expenses (local travel within each city, meals, snacks, metro, phone).
Participation in the summer program should not affect your financial aid. Before applying to any summer abroad program, please consult the AUWCL Financial Aid Office with any specific questions about your aid package.
Please Note: If you are a visiting student, you should consult your home school financial aid office to assess whether you will be able to complete a consortium agreement to transfer aid to AUWCL for your summer abroad.
Note that taking credits in the summer may make it possible for you to switch to part-time in a later semester, thereby recouping some of the costs.
Professor Andrew Pike
American University Washington College of Law
4300 Nebraska Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20016