Deposits Are Sent Off.. Who Paid the Most Deposit $$

<p>I'll start it off.</p>

<p>GU's Deposit Fee was $900 (3% of tuition. Talk about ouch.)</p>

<p>Anyone else?</p>

<p>Ouch indeed!</p>

<p>I'll bet I paid the least (when I did it last year, anyway): nothing @ UCSC. </p>


<p>... It was 'deferred,' and then paid by financial aid. There's one benefit of being poor. ;p</p>

<p>mine's 300 not too bad, nothing compared to what is to come....</p>

<p>$0 - MIT doesn't require a deposit, just a reply card =)</p>

<p>yay, mit only 0$,thank god I didnt have to pay deposit</p>

<p>Rice - $150 - more then reasonable.</p>

<p>University of Miami
Enrollment 300
Housing 250</p>


<p>berkeley deposit $100, housing $20. :D</p>

<p>is it true that harvard,like mit has no deposit?</p>

<p>gw is $800 high deposit for high tuition</p>

<p>William and Mary $350.00 </p>

<p>My mom got choked up when she was writing the check. Not because of the amount of money, but because I got in and it was my first choice!</p>

<p>The DC schools so far have the largest deposits. GWU at a staggering 850 and GU at a seizure-inducing 900. Anyone else? :P</p>

<p>i think Columbia's is 600... =/</p>

<p>Purdue is $10,000 for internationals</p>

<p>$900. That's INSANE. And I was complaining about the $160 that I had to shell out. God, I'm so cheap. </p>

<p>I can't believe that the DEPOSIT for Purdue is $10,000. Are you sure you're not referring to the tuition?</p>

<p>Now, $900 is just mad for a deposit. Absolutely mad. Well, for the state of GW's dorms, I'm not too surprised. I read that they even have maid service... :eek:</p>

<p>Princeton= $0...and thanks to FA it is free free free :)...well almost :D</p>

<p>I'm not kidding. They need a full semster of tuition as deposite, before I can get I-20 and stuff.</p>

<p>Please tell me it is refundable. What if the student fails to obtain the I-20? Would he or she get his/her money back?</p>

<p>Duke was $200--told s that it was exciting to be writing the first (and maybe the smallest) of the many checks that we will have to send over the next 4 years! All the other check writing will not be so exciting!</p>

<p>CMU is $500 - but what's the big deal - isn't everyone's first semester tuition bill reduced by the deposit amount, so you will pay that much less in July/August?</p>