International Students

International Students Thrive at Northland

Since the 1960’s, our campus has successfully hosted international students. Students come from Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Russia, Asia and Central and South America. Much of the catalyst for the establishment of the Early College Program came from direct input of international students, their parents, and international agencies. The Early College model embraces some of the most sought after attributes of a successful U.S. boarding school experience – challenging coursework, college degree programs, cultural immersion, and a guided path to university admission.

2023-2024 International Tuition and Fees


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Tuition Fees

Tuition Fees:   $29,000
Boarding Fees:*  $10,000
Annual Book Fee: $400
Annual Technology Fee: $300
International Student Health Insurance  $1,000
Optional Early College Program:  $13,000

*Boarding covers housing and daily on-campus meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner).

Other fees as applicable to individual students**:

Advanced Placement (AP) Exam  $90 and up, per test
Senior Year Fee  $100
Testing fees (ACT, SAT, TOEFL, IELTS)  $180 and up
Green Bay Airport Transportation  $100
Milwaukee Airport Transportation  $150
Chicago Airport Transportation  $350
Iron Mountain Transportation  $35
Marinette or similar Transportation  $70

Fee for withdrawal after enrollment:

Administration fee for cancellation:  $500

Deposits*

Tuition Deposit:     20% of Total Fees **
Student Account:  $500 ***

**  The Tuition Deposit is fully refundable if a student completes the visa application process, but fails to secure a visa after 2 attempts.

*** The Student Account is an account from which withdrawals can be made for optional expenses, testing, optional field trips, activities, transportation, etc.  Additional funds can be added to the student account through the year. Excess funds are rolled over to the next academic year, or refunded to family.

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Scholarships for International Students

Qualified international students may be eligible for a partial scholarship. Amounts vary and are based on the strength of individual applications, as well as available funds.

 

For more information, contact:

John Twohig
Director
jtwohig@northlandscholars.org
651-206-6020 Direct
715-324-6900 Office

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