EXCHANGE PROGRAM FINANCES
Information about your expenses
Los Angeles is a lively and vibrant city with a lot to offer in terms of opportunity, experiences, and lifestyle.
Unfortunately, the cost of living can also be relatively high, which can be challenging for many students.
Estimates cited on the DS-2019. These estimates may differ dramatically based on your lifestyle, your expectations, currency fluctuations, as well as the activities in which you choose to participate. Please be sure to work out a budget prior to your departure.
Tuition and Fees
As this is an exchange program you are not responsible for tuition. We will pay your tuition costs (also referred to as a flat-fee tuition).
However, you are responsible for your housing and any additional fees charged by the university, such as lab fees, health center fees, health insurance, or student activity fees. Your account must be settled (paid) by the end of day the Friday before the semester begins.
Scholarships or financial aid are not available to international exchange students.
Approximate Living Costs (in $USD)
On-Campus Room & Board$600 – $900/month (depending on housing assignment)
Food(if renting without a meal plan)
$400 – $500/month