Graduate tuition and fees

Tuition 2017-18

Annual tuition
Based on three courses per quarter enrollment for three quarters
Total, full-time student for one academic year (15 hours of credit per quarter) US $36,765
Quarterly tuition
Full-time student, three courses per quarter
Fifteen hours of credit, 150 hours of instruction
US 12,255
Full-time student, two courses per quarter
Ten hours of credit, 100 hours of instruction
US $8,170
Part-time student, one course per quarter
Five hours of credit, 50 hours of instruction
US $4,085
THES 799 Continuing Thesis US $500
GRAD 795 Continuing Graduate Research US $500
New student application and enrollment fees
Nonrefundable
Online application fee
Preferred
US $40
One-time enrollment fee
Priority deadline May 1, 2017, for fall enrollment
US $500
Housing fees for one academic year*
New student housing reservation fee
Nonrefundable, due Wednesday, June 1, 2017, for fall enrollment
US $250
Continuing student housing reservation fee
Nonrefundable, due April 10, 2017, for fall
US $750
Residence hall balance
Nonrefundable, due Monday, Aug. 1, 2017, for fall enrollment
Traditional style, Savannah, single occupancy
Meal plan required
US $9,949
Traditional style, Savannah, double occupancy
Meal plan required
US $9,249
Traditional style, Savannah, triple occupancy
Meal plan required
US $8,568
Traditional style, Atlanta, double occupancy
Meal plan required
US $9,249
Apartment style, Savannah
No private bedroom; meal plan optional
US $9,522
Apartment style, Atlanta
No private bedroom; meal plan optional
US $9,522
Apartment style, Savannah
Private bedroom; meal plan optional
US $10,635
Apartment style, Atlanta
Private bedroom; meal plan optional
US $10,635
*Includes accommodations, furnishings, utilities and local phone, cable and internet services. Some variations exist in residence hall accommodations. Specifics are provided to students who request college housing. No guarantees may be made regarding specific housing requests/assignments. Housing is limited and assignments are confirmed beginning July 1 each year as quarterly payments and signed housing contracts are received.
Summer housing
Traditional style, Savannah, double occupancy
Meal plan required
US $3,100
Traditional style, Atlanta, double occupancy
Meal plan required
US $3,100
Apartment style, Atlanta
No private bedroom; meal plan optional
US $3,508
Meal plan fee
Basic rate per quarter
Available to all students with several options
US $1,780
English as a Second Language
Ten-week regular session
Levels I, II, III and IV
20 hours
US $2,980
Level V*
15 hours and a five-hour studio course
US $2,980
Level VI*
15 hours and a five-hour studio course
US $2,980
*Students may take an ESL elective in place of a studio class; pay tuition for studio class.

 

Tuition 2017-18

Annual tuition
Based on three courses per quarter enrollment for three quarters; amounts listed in Hong Kong dollars (HKD)
Total, full-time student for one academic year HK $284,929
Quarterly tuition
Full-time student, three courses per quarter
Fifteen hours of credit, 150 hours of instruction
HK $94,977
Full-time student, two courses per quarter
Ten hours of credit, 100 hours of instruction
HK $63,318
Part-time student, one course per quarter
Five hours of credit, 50 hours of instruction
HK $31,659
THES Continuing Thesis HK $3,875
GRAD 795 Continuing Graduate Research HK $3,875
New student application and enrollment fees
Online application fee
Preferred
HK $310
One-time enrollment fee for degree-seeking students
Due one month prior to enrollment
HK $3,875
Housing fees for one academic year*
Housing reservation fee
Nonrefundable, due one month prior to enrollment
HK $1,950
Apartment style, Hong Kong
Master
HK $86,363**
Apartment-style, Hong Kong
Medium
HK $82,409**
Apartment-style, Hong Kong
Small
HK $78,458**
*Includes accommodations, furnishings, utilities and local phone, cable and internet services. Some variations exist in residence hall accommodations. Specifics are provided to students who request college housing. No guarantees may be made regarding specific housing requests/assignments. Housing is limited and assignments are confirmed beginning July 1 each year as quarterly payments and signed housing contracts are received.
*Estimate, based on availability
Summer housing
Apartment-style, Hong Kong
Master
HK $28,249
Apartment-style, Hong Kong
Medium
HK $27,187
Apartment-style, Hong Kong
Small
HK $26,149
English as a Second Language
Ten-week regular session
Levels I, II, III and IV
20 hours
HK $23,095
Level V*
20 hours
HK $23,095
Level VI for graduate students*
20 hours
HK $11,548
*Students may take a studio course in place of an ESL elective; pay tuition for studio class.

Students attending a SCAD program where they do not have citizenship may incur additional expenses related to student visas.

Courses of study are registered with the Hong Kong Education Bureau, registration numbers: 261958-261971 and 262196-262202. It is a matter of discretion for individual employers to recognize any qualification to which these courses may lead.

Displayed amounts are shown in whole dollars and may vary slightly from billed amounts, which include cents.

 

Tuition 2017-18

Tuition
Full-time graduate
Fifteen credit hours
US $12,255
Expenses
Room, meals, Paris excursion, site visit fees
Participants responsible for all personal expenses, including meals when outside of Lacoste
US $6,680
Insurance fee US $80
Round-trip airfare and airport transfers*
Optional
US $1,900 - $2,100*
*Estimated price subject to change depending on market conditions at the time of booking.

Fees

Participants are responsible for tuition, a program fee, travel expenses and all personal expenses, including meals, during weekend excursions. Because arrangements for air travel must be made on the student's behalf well in advance of the program, it is crucial that participants adhere to the deadline outlined above. All deposits are nonrefundable; cancellations and withdrawals must be made in writing. Program aspects are subject to change without notice. Travel scholarships in varying amounts are awarded to qualified students who have been accepted to participate in SCAD study abroad programs. For more information, email SCAD Study Abroad at studyabroad@scad.edu or call 912.525.4786.

Financial aid

Students may apply for financial aid toward SCAD Lacoste. Students should consult with their financial aid counselors to ensure that their applications for funds are in order.

Insurance

All students commencing a study abroad program will automatically be enrolled in the SCAD student health insurance plan. Cost for this medical coverage will be added to your bill each quarter. Note that this policy is not meant to be your primary insurance; it is a study abroad insurance only. For more information on the policy, email isso@scad.edu.