Students lining up in front of Kodiak department

 Registration and Costs

 

Once you have been accepted to Cascadia, you will need to apply for your visa and make the necessary arrangements to prepare for your arrival to the United States. We recommend that you apply for your visa at least 6-8 weeks before the start of the quarter.

Registration & Costs

If your placement test shows that you should start by taking English Language Program classes, an advisor from the International Programs Office will register you for the appropriate classes and times at Orientation. If you start in our college-level academic program, we will help you arrange a meeting with an academic advisor to help you choose your courses.

 

Your tuition and fees are due once you register for classes. If you require more time to transfer funds, please talk with the International Programs Office when you arrive. You can pay for your tuition and fees using a personal check drawn on a U.S. bank, a money order, credit card, traveler's checks, or cash. Please contact us if you have any questions or if we can be of assistance to you.

Insurance

Medical insurance in the United States is private and international students must buy a medical plan from LewerMark Student Medical Insurance, plans at about $270 per quarter. 

 

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