What documents are required to attend Rowan College?
NOTE: All international students should read the information provided on the U.S. Department of State website, www.state.gov about obtaining a visa. There may be special instructions or policies that pertain to certain countries.
What is the cost of tuition?
The cost of tuition and fees at Rowan College may change annually. The current price per credit can be found in the College catalog. All F-1 visa holders must have a full course load of at least 12 credits, charged at the international rate, which is the same as the out-of-state rate. In addition to tuition and fees, the sponsor is responsible for books, housing, meals, transportation and other costs. Please refer to the Estimated Annual Budget.
When is tuition due?
Initial students entering the U.S. to attend Rowan College will be required to pay tuition and fees at time of registration. Transfer students should refer to the Rowan College website for payment due dates.
How do students select their first courses?
International students with F-1 visas must take at least 12 credits in both the fall semester and spring semesters. Students follow the required course outline for the degree of their choice. Students may also take other courses of interest while following their degree program. Some courses must be taken in a specific sequence, while others may be pursued out-of-order. The College's International Student Advisor helps students select their courses.
Is student housing available?
Rowan College does not provide housing. Students must find their own housing.
Are meal plans available?
Rowan College does not offer meal plans. However, there are dining facilities on campus.