Almost Half the Cost of a Florida University


Tuition

Studying at Valencia College is a great way to save money on a U.S. education. Our tuition is 40% less than a Florida public university’s and just a fraction of the cost of many private schools. In fact, 90% of Valencia’s international students cited low cost of study as a factor for choosing Valencia.

Estimated Annual Expenses for International Students
ITEM COST
Tuition and Fees  $9,383
Living Expenses  $12,694
Mandatory Insurance  $1,561
TOTAL  $23,638

Based on rates for the 2016 – 2017 academic year. These rates are subject to change.
Books and supplies: $1,266


Scholarships

Valencia’s F-1 international students are eligible to receive scholarships through the International Linkage Institute of their country or region to cover the out-of-state portion of tuition.

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International Student Tuition Rates
(Fall 2014 – Spring 2015)

Cost of Attendance Per Credit Hour

Valencia College Florida Public University
A.A./A.S. Tuition $390.96 $696
Bachelor’s Tuition $427.59 $696

Average costs for out-of-state tuition, fiscal year 2014. Source: Florida College System, State University System Board of Governors and Florida Office of Student Financial Assistance.


PROOF OF FINANCES

Degree-seeking international applicants must prove that they have adequate finances to fund their studies. Applicants must submit the Declaration of Finances Form, along with supporting documentation, prior to the issuance of Form I-20 for a student visa.

Amount:

Financial documents must total $23,638 for students at the associate degree level. Additional family members, such as a spouse and/or child, will require certification of additional funds in the amount of $4,500 per person.

Sources of Funding:

Funds can come from a family/sponsor, government or personal savings.

Supporting Documentation:

Supporting bank statements or letters should be in English with indication that funds are immediately accessible to the student (i.e. checking or savings account, certificate of deposit, etc.).

Venezuelan Students – CADIVI:

Venezuelan students will need to go through the CADIVI process to request the release of their money for study expenses in the U.S. Valencia College has a large number of Venezuelan students because our staff are experts on the CADIVI process and can issue all of the letters that you will need. Please contact a recruitment specialist for more information.


Paying for Classes

Valencia College accepts cash, money order, checks, American Express, Discover, MasterCard and Visa. Students are expected to pay for tuition and fees at the beginning of each term by the payment deadline. Fees can be paid in person at the Business Office or online through Atlas.

Tuition Installment Plan:

If you do not want to pay for your tuition and fees in one lump sum, you may enroll in the Tuition Installment Plan, or “TIP.” It allows you to pay for tuition and book expenses over time, rather than all at once. There are no interest or finance charges. The only additional cost is a small enrollment fee.

The TIP enrollment fee, down payment and number of payments will vary depending on when you register for classes and enroll in TIP. The sooner you enroll, the smaller your down payment and enrollment fee will be and the more months you will have to make payments.

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Intensive English Program Fees

The tuition rates and fees listed above do not apply to the Intensive English Program. To see those rates, please click here.