Estimated Costs for Students Receiving an NTW Scholar Award
For non-resident students (including non-U.S. citizens) who have been granted an NTW Scholar Award, the University will waive 95% of the non-resident portion of tuition, rounded to the nearest $100 each semester. Awards through the NTW Program do not waive any of the resident portion of tuition.
Since 2006, the non-resident portion of tuition for undergraduate students has been approximately $7,575 each year. As a result, the NTW Scholar Award is worth $7,200 per year. This is subject to change for future academic years.
Tuition and Fees for the 2017-2018 Academic Year
|Resident Tuition, Fees and Non-resident Surcharge||$16,110|
|(NTW Scholar Award)||- $7,200|
|Net Tuition and Fees*||$8,910|
*Flat tuition and fee rate for students taking 12-18 on-campus credits per semester. Tuition, Fees, Room and Meals for the 2017-2018 Academic Year.
Tuition, Fees, Room and Meals for the 2017-2018 Academic Year
|Net Tuition and Fees with NTW Award||$8,910|
|Double Room and Meals||$6,730|
|Total Tuition, Fees, Room and Meals||$15,640|
The figures above do not include medical insurance, which is required and costs $1,530 for 12 months of coverage, or books and supplies, for which students should budget approximately $1,000 per year. Also not included above are personal expenses, which each individual student ultimately determines. We recommend that students budget at least $1,800 per year for personal expenses. Summer-related expenses and on-line classes are not included in the figures above.
Students who are offered an NTW Scholar Award and who seek F-1 student status must submit bank documents showing a balance of at least US$19,670 in order to be eligible for a Form I-20. As required by U.S. regulations, this amount includes estimates for personal expenses and books & supplies, which will not be owed to the university.
The average increase for university-related expenses in the U.S. is approximately 5% per year. In recent years, cost increases for UW-Superior international students have been 2-4% per year.
To apply for an award through the NTW Program, submit an NTW application: