Program Dates & Fees
The University of Dayton offers five seven-week terms each year for the Intensive English Program. There are two 7-week terms for each regular academic semester, allowing IEP students to easily transfer to an academic program when their English skills are at the appropriate level.
The Intensive English Program offers special programs in July for groups, by special arrangement only. For more information, please contact Karin Avila-John by email or at 937-229-3571.
|Term||Testing & Orientation begins
||Beginning of term||End of term||Dates confirmed?|
|Fall A 2013||August 12||August 21||October 4||Yes|
|Fall B 2013||October 14||October 17||December 5||Yes|
|Spring A 2014||January 8||January 13||February 26||Yes|
|Spring B 2014||March 6||March 13||April 30||Yes|
|Summer A 2014||May 7||May 13||June 27||Yes|
|*Summer Intercession 2014||July 15||July 15||August 1||No|
*The Intensive English Program offers special programs in July for groups, by special arrangement only.
The prices vary between the 7-week regular term and the 3-week Summer Intercession term. This information does not include additional living expenses. Prices are subject to change for upcoming terms.
2013-2014 Academic Year (August 2013 - July 2014)
Tuition (full-time): $2,875 per seven week term
Tuition (part-time): $137 per class hour in a seven-week term
University fee: $25 per term
Textbooks (estimated cost): $225 per term
- Health insurance, varies by insurance company. All F-1 visa students must have health insurance coverage. If you do not have one from your home country, you must purchase it prior to your arrival to the U.S. Please view the health insurance page for more information.
- University housing costs between $3,450-$5,100 per semester, depending on the placement. Each semester is approximately 16 weeks. See housing prices for 2013-14
- University meal plans cost is approximately $2,300 per semester, depending on the meal plan selected. Each semester is approximately 16 weeks. Some University housing requires students to purchase a meal plan. See meal plan prices for 2013-14 >>
- Off-campus housing varies by apartment.
Paying Your Program Fees
Students and their sponsors can make payments for the program through the University of Dayton Bursar’s office. Once a University account has been created for you, you may pay online. Additional payment methods are available.
Payments MUST be made during the first week of classes. Students may pay their tuition and fees at the Bursar's office, located in St. Mary's Hall.