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English Language Program

Costs (Tuition and Fees)

International tuition at a glance

Undergraduate Tuition
(Non-Resident)

$841.70/credit hour

Annual total (30 credit hours): $25,251

English Language Program Tuition 
(Non-Resident)

$661.90/credit hour

Annual total (36 credit hours): $23,828.40

The numbers above represent undergraduate tuition at the Manhattan campus. View the university's comprehensive fee schedule to see rates at our individual campuses and for our graduate students.

Building your 2019-2020 annual college budget

Below are the annual estimated costs for an undergraduate student at the Manhattan campus. Some figures will be dependent on the following factors:

  • Your academic major
  • Your on-campus housing selections
  • Any scholarships/awards you're offered

Given these varying factors, you'll see some blank placeholders below. Use the links within blank budget items to navigate to where you can find the detailed information to determine the figure most appropriate for you.

Annual Manhattan Campus Undergraduate Budget 

 Budget itemInternational
Tuition
Estimates
English Language
Program
Estimates
 

Estimated tuition*
Add any differential college/program fees

$25,251

$________
$23,828.40

$2,581.20
icon of plus sign Required campus fees
Includes academic infrastructure fee and campus privilege fee (access to student health services, recreation complex and more), international student fees, and international student health insurance. 
$2,941$2,941
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On-campus housing
The average cost range is included to the right, but cost will vary based on meal plan and room style you choose.


View interactive Explore Your Options worksheet to customize your estimate.

Find out about off-campus living

Housing:
$4,950-
$8,750

Meal plan:
$4,190-
$4,790

Housing:
$4,950-
$8,750

Meal plan:
$4,190-
$4,790

icon of plus sign Average cost of books and supplies
$924$924
icon of plus sign Average personal costs
Examples include entertainment, food, clothing, football/basketball ticket packages, yearbook, parking permit, etc.
$4,000$4,400
icon of subtraction sign Estimated scholarships and awards
See the awards for which you may qualify and subtract away! Make sure to use the annual value of the award.
$__________$__________
icon of equal sign Estimated annual budget
Add and subtract accordingly to build your budget.
$__________$__________

*The annual total multiplies the per credit hour rate for international students ($841.70) by 30 hours total (15 hours each for the fall/spring semesters). Academic college/course fees, which vary by academic college and program, will need to be added in addition to the tuition rate.

Course/Academic fees (2019-2020 rates)

Agriculture courses

Students enrolled in a College of Agriculture course pay an additional $20 per credit hour course fee.

Architecture, Planning & Design courses

Students enrolled in a College of Architecture, Planning & Design course pay an additional $55 per credit hour equipment fee.

Arts and Sciences courses

Students enrolled in a College of Arts & Sciences course pay an additional $16.70 per credit hour course fee.

Business courses

Students enrolled in a College of Business Administration course will be assessed an additional $65 per credit hour course fee and $100 per semester maximum in career development fees.

Engineering courses

Students enrolled in a College of Engineering course pay an additional $80 fee per credit hour and an equipment fee of $19 per credit hour.

English Language Program

English Language Program students will pay an additional fee of $55 per credit hour.

  • English Language Program students will also be assessed the College of Arts & Sciences course fee of $16.70 per credit hour.
Health and Human Sciences courses

Students enrolled in a College of Health and Human Sciences course pay an additional $20 fee per credit hour.

  • Kinesiology courses have an additional course fee of $15 per credit hour.
  • Personal Financial Planning courses have an additional course fee of $50 per credit hour.
  • Apparel, Textiles and Interior Design courses have an additional course fee of $30 per credit hour.
Technology and Aviation - Flight training

Kansas State Polytechnic students taking professional pilot training courses must pay additional flight and equipment costs, which vary by semester.

These are estimates for budgeting purposes, and may not reflect the costs listed on the I-20 document. All fees are subject to change.