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Scholarships and financial aid at Berea

SitoraSSitoraS 1 replies1 threads New Member
Hello, everyone!
I have a question about the financial aid at Berea. I know that Berea can provide international students with an aid for the 1st year.
I would like to know about the send and consecutive years.
How can I pay for them, if I received the aid for the 1st year, and can Berea College help me with that? Is it possible to work on campus to cover my tuition and living on campus?

Thank you very much.
Also, I would like to get to know Berea's alumnis and talk to them on social media if posssible
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  • Erin's DadErin's Dad 34185 replies5019 threads Super Moderator
    The answer is on their web site: https://www.berea.edu/admissions/costs/
    In subsequent years, international students are expected to save $1,000 (US) per year to contribute toward their expenses. The College does provide summer jobs to international students so that they may meet this obligation.

    Accepted international students are expected to pay a $50 (US) entrance fee and a $2,200 (US) deposit to confirm their enrollment. This deposit can be used by international students for certain expenses during their four years of enrollment. For students who are unable to pay all or a portion of the deposit, additional financial aid is available.

    All international students are provided with a paid, on-campus job through the College’s Work Program throughout the academic year. Students may use their wages (about US $2,000 the first year) to cover personal expenses.
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  • SitoraSSitoraS 1 replies1 threads New Member
    Thank you very much. I really got confused among the flow of information. I appreciate your help! Have a great day!
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