Study Abroad
Tuition, Fees & Expenses


What you should know

Rates provided reflect standard study abroad tuition and fee rates for Academic Year 2020-2021 and are an estimate of costs, varying based on credits enrolled and other mitigating factors. Amounts listed are per-term rates, unless noted. Please note that travel related and other miscellaneous expenses are not reflected on this page. Students should consult the Study Abroad Office for details.

Students must adhere to the obligations described in the Student Financial Responsibility Agreement. All students are required to acknowledge the terms of this agreement before registering each term.

Tuition, Fees & Expenses - Study Abroad

Fall / Spring Summer 2021
Tuition Sponsor Rate Sponsor Rate
Enrollment Continuance Fee $456 $228
Student Activity Fee1 (Undergraduates) $59 $59
Student Association Fee (Graduates) $22.50 $22.50
*For travel related and other program specific costs, contact Study Abroad at Rice University.

1Fifth-year students in professional degree programs and students working toward a second bachelor’s degree pay a reduced student activities fee of $6.85 per semester, which covers the Student Association, Student Organizations Activity, University Court, and Honor Council portions of the activity fee..

Tuition, Fees & Expenses - Study Abroad

Fall / Spring Summer 2021
Tuition $25,155 $300 per credit
Student Activity Fee1 (Undergraduates) $59 $59
Student Association Fee (Graduates) $22.50 $22.50
*For travel related and other program specific costs, contact Study Abroad at Rice University.

1Fifth-year students in professional degree programs and students working toward a second bachelor’s degree pay a reduced student activities fee of $6.85 per semester, which covers the Student Association, Student Organizations Activity, University Court, and Honor Council portions of the activity fee.

Other Potential Fees

Other potential fees may apply, based on events or specific requests.

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