YFU Handbooks - Page 26

Year Program. YFU will pay the cost of 16 credit hours of tuition per student per semester (or quarter) for two semesters (or three quarters). YFU will cover up to $500 in mandatory fees per academic year and/or general fees required of all students attending the college in order to register/matriculate. YFU will pay course fees to cover additional costs (language labs, science labs) up to $30 per student per semester (or $20 per student per quarter) for a total of $60 per student per academic year if such fees are required by courses identified as part of the 16 credit hours of tuition. Academic Semester Program. YFU will pay the cost of 16 credit hours of tuition per student for one semester. YFU will pay mandatory fees and/or general fees required of all students attending the college in order to register or matriculate up to $250 per student for the semester. YFU will pay course fees to cover additional costs (language labs, science labs) up to $30 per semester per student if such fees are required by courses identified as part of the 16 credit hours of tuition. English Language Program. YFU will pay the cost of 16 hours per week of intensive English as a Second Language (ESL) instruction for one academic semester. YFU will cover mandatory fees and/or general fees required of all students attending the college in order to register/matriculate. Required to comply with state, county and local laws, each partner community college faces a different set of regulations concerning tuition costs for international students. Expenses Not Covered by YFU. YFU will not cover the cost of laboratory materials and special student membership/activity fees. Special fees such as those for ID cards, transcripts, parking, music courses, credit by examination, graduation-related fees, athletic courses, interpreter services and highly technical laboratories will not be covered. [Note: Students are responsible for the cost of books and supplies as well as fees and expenses not covered by YFU.] Living expenses. YFU college students should budget enough money to cover the cost of telephone calls, personal spending money, transportation to and from class and activities, clothes, meals outside the host family home, leisure time activities (movies, sports/music events, travel, etc.) and any damages to either the student’s or host family’s property. YFU will hold students responsible for any and all bills that are left unpaid. Host families are responsible for providing students with a minimum three meals a day. Should a student wish to enjoy lunch on campus or dinner with friends, this is an expense students are responsible for. Student Travel US a