Tuition and Costs for International Undergraduate Students
Tuition and Fees for Undergraduate International Students, 2023-24
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International undergraduate students need to demonstrate their ability to pay the total cost of attendance, excluding any scholarships or loans obtained.
All accepted international undergraduate students are considered for partial scholarships from Clarkson — no additional application required. You may even qualify for a scholarship through the nationwide #YouAreWelcomeHere program or an additional scholarship as a student in our Honors Program.
International students may be able to earn money while attending Clarkson, either in an on- or off-campus job. Those with an F-1 student visa can work up to 20 hours per week on campus if a job is available. After graduating, F-1 students are eligible for post-study work authorization to stay in the U.S. and build their professional experience.
Frequently Asked Questions
Scholarships are available, but Clarkson does not provide need-based aid to international students.
Clarkson considers your academic record and potential to succeed here.
Clarkson's international scholarships range from $5,000 to $30,000 a year.
Clarkson's cost of attendance increases incrementally each year.
International scholarships do not increase after the first year.
Crunch the Numbers
Minimum tuition covered by the
Stipend offered to students
in our Honors Program.
The number of countries reflected in
Clarkson's undergraduate student body.
Office of Undergraduate International Admissions