You need to provide proof of financial ability to pay for studies and living expenses while at Eastern Washington University. These are called Certificate of Eligibility (I-20/DS-2019) Requirements. These requirements are higher than Eastern's official tuition and housing rates.
For the 2013-2014 academic year, international students attending EWU must prove financial ability to meet the following requirements.
|Certificate of Eligibility (I-20/DS-2019) Requirements for 2013-2014|
|Tuition and Fees||US $19,000||US $26,085||US $13,314|
|Insurance||US $1,095||US$1,095||US $1,095|
|Total Educational Costs||US $22,629||US $27,180||US $14,409|
|Room and Board||US $9,135||US $10,047||US $10,047|
|Transportation||US $1,500||US $1,500||US $2,000|
|Personal Expenses||US $2,100||US $2,100||US $2,100|
|Total Living Costs||US $12,735||US $13,647||US $14,147|
|Total Cost of Attendance||US $35,364||US $40,827||US $28,556|
|Additional Expenses per Dependent||30% of Living Expenses|
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These documents will not be accepted as official.
If you are being sponsored by someone other than a parent, your sponsor must submit a signed letter that clearly indicates you are being sponsored. Your sponsor must also submit official financial documents.
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