United States government regulations require that all students prove the availability of sufficient funding to meet their educational expenses for the first year of study.
Beyond merit or athletic scholarships, Ursuline does not provide need-based aid for international students.
United States government regulations require that all students prove the availability of sufficient funding to meet their educational expenses for the first year of study. To show Ursuline this proof and that you have thought about your finances for the next four years, you must complete the Declaration and Certification of Finances Form after acceptance. Each student must consider how they will fund their studies for the entire length of their academic program. Proof of financial support may include:
Once this step is complete, your Ursuline Admission Counselor will contact you via email to confirm that admission has been granted and your I-20 documentation has been received. You will then be given the opportunity to purchase Express Shipping to have your I-20 submitted to your current address.
Students should apply for outside scholarship and sponsorship early in the process; if possible, this should be before applying for admission to college in the U.S. These scholarships are often offered early and are reviewed earlier on than the U.S.’s domestic scholarship timeline.
Here is a list of financial resources for international students that come from outside of Ursuline:
Note: If a scholarship has an application fee, don’t apply. If you must pay money to get money, it’s most likely a scam.
Contact Assistant Director of Admission and Coordinator of International Recruitment Sam Hamilton: