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Semester and Academic Year Program Fees

All students will pay Endicott tuition and fees directly to Endicott College.  In addition, a $300 study abroad fee will be applied, which will cover costs associated with international health insurance (HTH Worldwide) and application/processing fees. Some programs may also have additional activities fees that will be applied.

Here is a SAMPLE bill for the 2016-2017 academic year:

Tuition: $15,306
Room: $5,810
Board: $2,252 (if study abroad program provides a full meal plan)
           $2,045 (if study abroad program provides only half of a meal plan)
           $0 (if program provides no meal plan)
Sponsor Fee: $0-1500 (varies by program)
Study Abroad Fee: $300

*Please note: The above costs are all listed at full price.  Your individual financial aid and scholarship package will apply. 

Billing Breakdown

Your student account will be billed the following:
  • Endicott tuition, room and board
  • Study Abroad application/administrative and HTH Worldwide insurance fees
  • Program specific fees, such as lab and activities fees (if applicable)

Faculty-Led Program Fees

Costs for Faculty-Led Programs can be found on the individual program pages. 

Frequently Asked Questions:

What is included in the Study Abroad Fee?
As part of your international education program, your student account will be charged a $300 study abroad administrative fee each semester you are abroad. This fee covers the HTH Worldwide student insurance and administrative expenses of offering students the opportunity to participate in Endicott Study Abroad program while still meeting the academic credit requirements of Endicott. Every student receives services covered by the fee, such as advising on study abroad options, using office resources, assistance with program application procedures, advising on your host institution and country, faculty review of courses, Pre-Departure Orientation, transcript processing, etc.

Why does my student pay Endicott tuition during their semester abroad?
The home school tuition policy for Endicott-sponsored study abroad programs allows Endicott students to earn Endicott credits, not transfer credits, for academic work overseas. This results in greater flexibility in fulfilling Endicott requirements abroad. The home school tuition policy also allows Endicott students to maintain their full financial assistance package to fund a semester abroad, ensuring that students of varying need levels can take advantage of educational opportunities overseas.

Paying the Student Account Balance

Semester Programs

An e-bill notification will be generated by the Office of the Bursar by July 1st for the fall semester and by December 1st for the spring semester.  The e-bills are due on August 1 for the fall semester and January 2 for the spring semester. All students are required to resolve their student account balance prior to departure. This includes completing all loan requirements and waiving or enrolling in the Endicott health insurance. Students studying abroad for the fall and spring semesters are eligible to sign up for the monthly payment plan administered by Tuition Management Systems. Please contact the Office of the Bursar at +1.978.232.2035, if the student’s last name begins with the letter A-L, and +1.978.232.2036 if the student’s last name begins with the letter M-Z, if you have any billing or payment questions.

Summer and Faculty-Led Programs

The balances for summer and faculty-led programs are due per the schedule provided by the Office of International Education. Financial Aid and payment plans do not apply to these programs.


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