To ensure students from other countries will not have financial difficulties after they have begun their studies at Gnomon, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) requires that all international students certify that they have the necessary funds available to cover tuition and living expenses while studying in the U.S. Certification is required for each continuing year of study, based upon current tuition and living expenses. Tuition is subject to change.
Proof of funding required for the 2019-20 academic year is as follows:
- The 2-Year Certificate in Digital Production program requires a minimum of $76,200 US per year in available funds.
- The BFA in Digital Production program requires a minimum of $65,976 US per year in available funds.
- For applicants bringing dependents, additional proof of financial support is required. ($5000 for spouse or per child)
All International students, including Gnomon scholarship recipients, must provide proof of funding for the amount listed. Gnomon Scholarship awards may not be included as proof of funding or be used to reduce the minimum funding amount.
For further instructions on submitting financial documents, please see the Certification of Finances Form.