Academic Expenses for Fall 2017- Summer 2018 (subject to change)
|ELI Expenses||details||8-week Terms (Fall I, Fall II, Spring I, Spring II)||16-week Terms (Fall I & Fall II, Spring I & Spring II)||Summer 2017
|Tuition & Maintenance Fee||Includes instruction, social/cultural activities, & TOEFL||$2164||$4328
|Textbooks||Includes materials, books, & technology fee||$200||$400||$200|
|Activities Fee||Required of all University students||$488||$488||$296|
|Total Academic Expenses||$2,852||$5,216||$2,660|
Living Expenses (Estimated for a single Student)
|ELI Expenses||Details||8-week Terms Fall I, Fall II, Spring I, Spring II||16-week Terms
Fall I & Fall II, Spring I & Spring II
|On-Campus Housing||Estimated for a Shared room||$1600||$3500||$1700|
|On-Campus Food||Varies by student & meal plan selected||$850||$1700||$850|
|Health Insurance||Estimated, Required||$450||$750||$300|
Total Living Expenses
* All expenses are subject to change. Living expenses are estimated.
Students should have at least US $12,046 for academic and living expenses for two terms. Married students should have additional funds for family living expenses. Amounts may vary considerably depending on student lifestyles. All checks must be payable to the University of Tennessee on a US dollar bank account (current exchange rate table). All fees must be paid on the first day of the term by cash, personal check, traveler’s check, or credit card. The University accepts Visa and MasterCard.
Transfer of Funds
Because tuition must be paid on the first day of ELI registration, every student should have the necessary funds available in US dollars. ELI recommends that students purchase traveler’s checks and/or consult their local bank about a safe, efficient way to transfer funds so that money is available when they arrive in Knoxville. Students should not carry large sums of cash.
- Application fee is $50.
- Part-time students pay $625 for core classes and $50 for books.
- Part time students or those wanting to take only an elective or TOEFL course: $125 per weekly contact hour and $50 textbook fee (if one is assigned).