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Office Location:
Presidents Place, Room 325

Mailing Address:
Quincy College
ATTN: International Student Services
Presidents Place
1250 Hancock Street
Quincy Center, MA 02169

Phone:: (617) 984-1674
or 1 (800) 698-1700
Fax: (617) 984-1616
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Hours:
Monday-Thursday: 9:00am-6:30pm
Friday: 9:00am-4:00pm
Saturday: Call the International Student Services Office for hours
Sunday: Closed


Lisa Stack
Director of International Student Services
(617) 984-1663
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Bilun Ozbilen
Admissions Associate
(617) 984-1674
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International Tuition, Fees & Living Expenses

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"The affordable tuition and convenient location made it possible to work toward my degree in computer science."

Edyta Klaptocz, Psychology Major, Hometown: Czechowice-Dziedzice, Poland






All costs are subject to change

Unlike many colleges in the United States, Quincy College does not charge a higher tuition rate to its international students. Below is a list of programs offered at Quincy College and the estimated cost of tuition and fees, as well as living expenses. If you have any questions or would like to learn more about these expenses, please contact International Student Services at 617-984-1663.

Immigration Services requires that the college obtain certification that you have the financial resources to provide adequately for your college and living expenses.

Supporting documentation is required, such as bank statements, or letters of support.

*Tuition and fee figures based on 12 credits per semester. Additional charges apply for each credit over 12. All fees non-refundable and subject to change. Health insurance is included in living expenses. Annual 2014-15 - $1,640.

**Estimate of living expenses includes the cost of food, lodging, transportation to and from school, books, health insurance and spending money. Expenses usually vary from town to town, depending on where you live. The total does not include transportation to and from the student’s country. Expenses are for a nine-month academic year (students who plan to remain in the U.S. during the summer should budget an additional $2500). Students must show an additional $5,000 for a spouse in F-2 status and an additional $2,000 per dependent for living expenses.

All international students must purchase the college sponsored health insurance. The MASS regulations 114.6 CMR 3.04 (3) © state that "Coverage by insurance carriers outside the U.S. and coverage by foreign National Health Services programs are deemed not to be comparable to coverage under a qualifying student health insurance program."

All college charges are due and payable in full for each semester at the time of registration.

All financial statements submitted must be valid within six months of the intended program start date. The costs listed above are subject to change without notice.

For more information on International Student loans please click here.

Approximate costs for one year for which you must show evidence of financial support:

ProgramsTuition*Fees*Living Expenses**Totals
Nursing $15,156 $3,000 $10,545 $28,701
Professional Programs $7,972 $3,000 $10,545 $21,517
Liberal Arts $7,972 $3,000 $10,545 $21,517
Computer Science $8,392 $3,000 $10,545 $21,937
Fine Arts $8,392 $3,000 $10,545 $21,937

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