Review Estimated Costs of Attendance

To obtain an I-20 from Georgia State, you must show access to funds in liquid form (available for immediate withdrawal at any time) available to cover estimated tuition and fees (subject to annual increases), and estimated costs of living in Atlanta. Personal expenses may vary greatly.

Tuition & Fees

Be prepared to pay your 1st semester’s tuition and fees in full at course registration, including your housing if you plan to live in Georgia State Student Housing. Graduate students with assistantships must pay the mandatory fees and health insurance fee plus housing if you are living in Georgia State Student Housing. The university does not offer a payment plan. Tuition and fees are paid via your PAWS account, which is the online student portal maintained by the Office of Student Accounts. Forms of acceptable payment include: cash, check, credit card, or international wire transfer.

Estimated Costs

All Associate Programs
Tuition $8,256
Fees $1,032
Room & Board $8,370
Personal Expenses $2,250
Books & Supplies $585
Transportation $630
Required Funding to show $21,123

 

Undergraduate Admissions (9 months)
Tuition $21,414
Fees $2,128
Room & Board $8,370
Personal Expenses $2,250
Books & Supplies $585
Transportation $630
Required Funding to show $35,377

College of Business - Masters & PhD Programs

Flexible Programs Cohort Programs — MSRE, MGHM, MSMGS, MTX, MIB, MSMK, MSISAC Cohort Programs               — MPA, MSFI — MS in Analytics
Tuition $31,008 $37,500 $37,500 $39,000
I-20 tuition cost (based on one year of attendance) $31,008 $37,500 $25,000 $26,000
Fees $2,974  N/A N/A N/A
Room & Board $11,160 $11,160 $11,160 $11,160
Personal Expenses $3,000 $3,000 $3,000 $3,000
Books & Supplies $780 $780 $780 $780
Transportation $840  $840 $840 $840
Required Funding to show $49,762 $53,280 $40,780 $41,780
MS in Health Admin. MS in Info. Systems Professional MBA Ph.D. Programs
Tuition $41,100 $41,100 $49,900 $29,832
I-20 tuition cost (based on one  year of attendance) $27,400 $41,100 $24,950 $29,832
Fees N/A  N/A N/A $2,974
Room & Board $11,160 $11,160 $11,160 $11,160
Personal Expenses $3,000 $3,000 $3,000 $3,000
Books & Supplies $780  $780 $780 $780
Transportation $840 $840 $840 $840
Required Funding to show $43,180 $56,880 $40,730 $48,586

All Graduate Programs in Arts & Sciences, Policy Studies, Public Health, Education, & Law

School of Public Health (MS/PHD) College of Arts & Sciences, School of Policy Studies, College of Education & Human        Development, School of Public Health

College of Law 

(J.D./LL.M.)

Tuition $30,480 $29,832 $34,224
Fees $2,974  $2,974 $3,145
Room & Board $11,160 $11,160 $11,160
Personal Expenses $3,000 $3,000 $3,000
Books & Supplies $780 $780 $780
Transportation $840  $840 $840
Required Funding to show $49,234 $48,586 $53,149

School of Nursing & Health Professions

  MS of Respiratory Therapy & Other MS programs MS/Ph.D. — Nursing Doctor Physical Therapy (DPT)    
Tuition $29,832 $29,976 $30,048
Fees $2,974 $2,974 $2,974
Room & Board $11,160 $11,160 $11,160
Personal Expense $3,000 $3,000 $3,000
Books & Supplies $780 $780 $780
Transportation $840 $840 $840
Required Funding to show $48,586 $48,730 $48,802

You will need to obtain two originals of each supporting document that you use for your application, if you need to apply for a visa to enter the U.S. Attach one set to the International Applicant Immigration Form for university records. Present the other set to the U.S. Embassy or Consulate at the time you apply for a visa. Please note that the financial documents submitted to the U.S. Embassy or Consulate must not be older than 60 days. The documents submitted to Georgia State must not be older than 6 months. Remember that you will only need to submit those documents that apply to your own financial situation.

Bank Certification Letter. This letter is required of all students who use personal or sponsor funds. It must meet these standards:

1. Original letter on bank letterhead with bank’s contact information including telephone number and address;

2. Full name on the account, account number and the date account was opened;

3. Current and/or average amount of the account;

4. Currency, type (savings, checking, etc.) and terms of the account;

5. Bank official’s printed name and original signature.

6. All funding should be in a liquid form such as a checking or savings account. If the funding is in the form of investments, the bank/financial institution official must state the terms of the investment and whether or not the money is accessible for your education.

7. Any documents which are unreadable, unclear, or appear questionable for any reason will cause delays.

8. All documents must be in English or accompanied by an English translation.

Sponsor(s) Letter of Commitment (an affidavit) or Sponsor Commitment Form. This letter/form is required of all students who have a sponsor. Sponsor’s bank documentation is required with this letter/form. The sponsor must include the following information in their letter of support:

1. Student’s full name;

2. The relationship between student and the sponsor;

3. The amount and duration of the support;

4. The sponsor’s original signature, full name, telephone number, and address.

Organization(s) Sponsorship Letter. This letter is required of all students who are receiving funding from any organization, including Georgia State University.  It must include these requirements:

1. Official original letterhead with organization’s contact information including telephone number and address;

2. Student’s full name;

3. The amount and duration of the support (if University award, the semester support will start);

4. Original signature and title of the responsible official.