As an international F-1 student, you must show that you can support the costs of studying and living in the U.S. for the entire duration of your program. This is required by law. Annual costs include both Tuition & Living Expenses. We look to see readily available funding for at least the first year. Proof of income can be used to show ability to cover the costs beyond the first year.
For the most up-to-date Tuition costs, please review the Mercy College Course Bulletin or visit this link
Living expenses at Mercy College are estimated at $14,000 for I-20 issuance purposes. It is the estimated cost of living, books, and transportation for international students studying at Mercy. This is the estimated costs regardless of whether students live on or off-campus. You must provide proof for I-20 issuance that you can cover the $14,000 estimated living expenses. You may spend more or less, but this is what we estimate that you will spend on living books, transportation, etc.
Learn more about payment deadlines, scholarships, and procedures to finance your education at Mercy College.