Payment and Costs


Payment Information

Tuition: For information on the tuition rates, visit Graduate School Admissions. Summer tuition is approximately 1/3 less than during the fall and spring semesters.

Billing Schedule: Modular students are billed per the following schedule: (1) the fall term is billed at the end of September and the bill is due the last day of October; (2) the spring term is billed at the end of January and the bill is due at the end of February; and (3) the summer term is billed at the end of May and the bill is due the last day of June.

Campus Information

Meals: The College has award winning buffet-style dining facilities. You will be given a discount meal card when you arrive on campus (morning of your first class) that will allow you to eat at the cafeteria (Anderson Commons). The meal card will only be valid for the intensive course. A new card will be issued to you for each intensive you take. Go to:>> for daily menus

There are several restaurants in the area within walking distance of campus. Check out the INTR Department Handbook (page 8) for recommended restaurants, coffee shops, and more!

The BGC second floor lounge has hot beverages available for purchase, a fridge for storage, and a microwave for student use. There are vending machines in the basement of the BGC with snack items and cold beverages.

Kitchen access is sometimes an option for renters in community homes as well.

Housing: During the fall and spring College Housing is only available for full-time residential students.  There are many homes in the Wheaton area that rent rooms to people associated with Wheaton College who are not full-time students. Rooms vary in price from $25.00 to $35.00 per day, and many homes are within walking distance from campus. If you are a modular student, here are several options available off-campus. Please see the Housing List sent to your email (or ask Student Housing Services for a copy), as well as this link to area hotels:>>. Also please check the INTR department registration site for updated information on Housing for fall/spring.

Summer Housing on campus is available to students. For updated information on Summer Housing, including the location and costs, please click on the Summer Session Information. A summer housing application must be submitted to the Housing Office, and your student account will be billed. The deadline is June 15. Visit Housing for Graduate Students for more information or if you have missed the deadline.

Health Insurance:  Please review the Student Health Insurance Card information in the Health Services site for important information relating the health insurance.All non-residential (modular) students who are registered for classes must send a copy of their insurance card to Student Health Services. This proof must be a copy of the current health insurance card and can be in the form of a fax, email, or traditional mail. If a student does not have health insurance or fails to comply with this requirement, a fee anywhere between $150-$200 will be charged to their student account. This fee will cover the cost of health insurance for them while on campus. Temporary insurance is accepted but a copy of the insurance card is still required. The proof of insurance must be sent to Student Health Services each time you come to campus. For more information contact

International (including those from Canada) modular students must purchase insurance through Student Health Services each time you come to campus. The insurance cost is billed at a daily rate for a minimum of ten days. For more information, email

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