Estimated Costs for F-1/J-1 Students
2013-2014 Required funding for I-20/DS-2019 issuance
|Tuition & fees||$24,800||$19,400|
*Estimates are based on full-time enrollment for the 9 month academic year (15 credit hours for Undergraduate/9 credit hours for Graduate); mandatory health insurance costs are for 12 months. Summer semester costs not included. These conservative estimates are based on the needs of an average student without dependents. Costs increase annually, and are subject to change without notice.
Dependents in F-2 or J-2 status
|Living Expenses||Health Insurance||Estimated Additional Cost|
|Spouse + 1 child||$4,400||$5,500||$9,900|
|Spouse + 2 children||$6,500||$6,900||$13,400|
|Spouse + 3 children||$8,600||$6,900||$15,500|
|Spouse + 4 children||$10,700||$6,900||$17,600|
|Spouse + 5 children
|Spouse + 6 children
Dependents in F-2/J-2 status require additional funding and must be indicated on ODU's financial affidavit of support.
Current Tuition Rates
|Tuition Classification||In State Rate||Out of State Rate|
Undergraduate Tuition for
|$273.00 (per credit hour)||$769.00 (per credit hour)|
Graduate Tuition for
|$393.00 (per credit hour)||$997.00 (per credit hour)|
Current Housing Rates
On-Campus Meal Plan Rates
|Meal Plan||Meals/Period||Flex Points/Semester||Guest Meals||Cost/Term **||Eligibility|
|Block 80||80/semester||$300||*||$1064.00||Apartment Residents Only|
|Block 50||50/semester||$125||*||$611.00||Apartment Residents Only|
|Block 25||25/semester||$100||*||$351.00||Apartment Residents Only|
- Meals do not transfer from semester to semester.
- Flex point balances will carry from fall to spring semester.
- Meal plans end after spring semester exams.
*Block meals can be used to allow your guests to dine with you.
**Please note: The Board of Visitors approves changes to the meal plan rates for 2012-2013 in April 2012
|Dining Plan||Meals/Period||Flex Points/Semester||Guest Meals||Cost/Term||Eligibilty|
|19 Meal Plan||19/week||$100||3/semester||$1,869||Everyone|
|14 Meal Plan||14/week||$300||3/semester||$1,828||Everyone|
|10 Meal Plan||10/week||$350||3/semester||$1828||Everyone|
|5 Meal Plan||5/week||$300||0||$1,044||Everyone|
|+ Block 120 Exchange||120/semester||$500||*||$2,038||Everyone|
+ Meal exchange swipes any day and any time of day at the P.O.D. Market.
* Block meals can be used to allow your guests to dine with you.
|New Student Transition Fee -
|The New Student Transition Fee will be assessed to all new degree-seeking, non-distance undergraduate students and covers orientation and other transition-to-college programming.
The fee will be included in the tuition billing statement and is due by tuition deadline.
|Mandatory - Fees applicable to all new degree-seeking, non-distance undergraduate students. This fee is not subject to waivers.|
|General Services Fee- $9.00||All students pay this fee each semester, regardless of the number of classes taken. This fee replaced the graduation fee, per course drop fees, reinstatement fees, matriculation fees, and the University Catalog fee.||Mandatory- Fees applicable to all students regardless of domiciliary classification. The fee is not subject to waivers.|
|Student Health Fee - $71.00
Summer optional ($50.00)
|The Student Health Fee is mandatory for full-time students ($71).
Undergraduate students taking 12 or more credit hours must pay this fee each semester.
Graduate students taking 9 or more credit hours must pay this fee each semester.
The fee is not charged for students taking all off-campus courses. If any courses are officially designated as Norfolk Campus courses, then the fee is mandatory.
|Mandatory - Fees applicable to all students unless otherwise noted. The fee is optional for part-time students. The fee is not subject to waivers.
This fee is optional in the summer ($50).
|Transportation Fee - $50.00
Not charged in Summer Sessions
|The transportation fee is paid once each semester by all students. However, no fee is charged during the summer term. The fee is charged for students taking courses officially designated as Norfolk campus courses.
If any courses are officially designated as Norfolk campus courses, then the transportation fee is mandatory.
|Mandatory - Fees applicable to all students, including those enrolled in student teaching, dissertation, theses, and GRAD 999 unless otherwise noted. This fee is not charged in the summer.|
|Course-Related Fees||Fees may be assessed to students based on their enrollment in specific courses to cover the cost of laboratory support, other materials, or private lessons.||Fees vary - Fees are identified with courses listed in the Guide to Enrollment published on the Office of the Registrar's web site.|
|International Student Fee $35.00 per semester||The International Student Fee is mandatory for students attending the University on a student visa. This fee covers the administrative services associated with non-immigrant visa compliance and other related services.||Mandatory - Fees applicable to students attending the University on a student visa.|
International Student Health Insurance (F & J Visa Holders)
$113 per month
Effective Fall 2012, health insurance charges will be posted directly to the student's billing statement and are due on the tuition deadlines for the academic year. International students have the option of participating in the University's Payment Plan available in Fall and Spring semesters only.
Fall Semester (Aug-Dec) charges due Fall tuition deadline.
Spring Semester (Jan-July) charges due Spring tuition deadline.
Summer Semester (May-July) charges due Summer tuition deadline.
Non-credit students enrolled in the English Language Center Program for 2012-2013 will be charged based on the session. Tuition and fees for non-credit programs are due at the time of enrollment.
|Mandatory for F and J Visa holders and all nonimmigrant dependents. For more information contact International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS).|
|Other Fees||Other fees are assessed for special services.||For more information, contact Customer Relations via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.|