Estimated Cost of Attendance

Marymount Cost Breakdown

When planning to finance your education in the U.S., include costs for tuition, housing, food, health insurance, transportation, books, and other additional expenses. These costs are estimates and subject to change.

For I-20 issuance, you must show evidence that you have funding available for the total estimated cost of at least one year of your program and that you have additional funds committed for the remainder of your program. 

If you have been awarded a scholarship from Marymount University, then you may deduct the scholarship amount from the total estimated amount that you must show. You will need to provide a copy of the award letter, and show proof of funding for the remaining estimated total cost.

Information about estimated costs are available on the Marymount University Declaration of Finances form:

Information about financial documentation required is on the proof of funding webpage.