Cost and Aid

Florence Program Cost

Academic Year 2021-2022
Spring 2022 Modified
Program Fee
$7,400 per semester
$6,400 Hotel- single
$6,000 Hotel- double
$5,900 Host family/ Apartment
Undergraduate Tuition
$27,960 (12-19 credit hours) per semester
$27,960 (12-19 credit hours) per semester
Graduate Tuition
$1,734 per credit
$1,734 per credit
Est. Personal Expenses*
$8,690 (Homestay); $8,980 (Apartment)
Details available in August
Budget PDF
Academic Year 2021-2022
Spring 2022 Modified (coming soon)

*Includes travel and meals during the break period, meals not covered by program fee, round trip airfare, visa fees, books and supplies, and personal expenses and travel.

Note for students enrolled in courses at a Florence university: The academic calendars at foreign universities may differ from the Syracuse center academic calendar and may require additional housing days. This billing may occur after the program has begun, depending on when we confirm the actual number of additional days.

Visiting student undergraduate tuition: Check with your home university study abroad offices for details. View Tuition, Grants & Aid for more information.

The Fall 2021 semester program fee and budget have been modified as a result of program changes. View the Fall 2021 Modified Florence Budget.

What’s included in my program fee?

The Syracuse Florence program fee includes housing in private homes where students receive breakfast 7 days per week and an evening meal with their hosts 5 days a week (12 meals weekly). The fee also includes all-school field trips, a one-month transportation allowance, Syracuse Abroad insurance, membership to International SOS, orientation abroad, cultural activities, pre-departure meetings, and activities and services not covered by tuition and for which a separate fee is not charged.

Students placed in apartments (architecture and studio arts students only) have apartment rent and utilities paid from the program fee, and receive a cash allowance to partially cover meal expenses.

The optional Signature Seminars each carry an additional fee.

Course fees

Some courses carry mandatory course fees. These fees are course-specific and pay for special supplies, lab fees, site entry fees and/or field trips. Course fees are invoiced on the bill following registration.

Financial Aid, Grants, and Scholarships

Syracuse University has generous financial aid policies. Aid, grants, and scholarships are available. Syracuse Abroad also maintains an extensive list of outside scholarships available to its students.

Payment Information

Read more about our monthly payment plan, advance payments, and refund policies.