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Washington Program

Total costs for each program

Washington Program (offered Fall and Spring semesters)

SUNY Students who are New York State residents pay in-state tuition at their home school (plus—in some cases—their usual student fees: technology fee, library fee, athletic fee, student government fee, etc.).  They also pay a Washington Program fee of $1,375 directly to The College at Brockport.  SUNY students who are not New York state residents pay out-of-state tuition to their home schools but do not have to pay the $1,375 program fee to The College at Brockport since it is included in their tuition payment.  Private school students generally pay their regular home school tuition and fees directly to their home school, which forwards the appropriate fees to The College at Brockport.

In addition, students are responsible for paying their housing, food, transportation, and personal expenses while they are in Washington. 

The College at Brockport does not provide student housing, but please check the link on this web page for suggestions as to where to look for housing in Washington.  Housing for the semester may cost anywhere from $3,200 to $5,000, depending on where you choose to live.

Food transportation and personal expenses generally cost between $3,000 and $4,000 for the semester.

 

Washington Internship Program (offered Summer semester)

SUNY Students who are New York State residents pay in-state tuition (for 6 credits) at their home school (plus—in some cases—their usual student fees: technology fee, library, athletic fee, student government fee, etc).  They also pay a Washington Program fee of $514 directly to The College at Brockport.  SUNY students who are not New York state residents pay out-of-state tuition (for 6 credits) to their home schools but do not have to pay the $514 program fee to The College at Brockport since it is included in their tuition payment.  Private school students generally pay their regular home school tuition and fees directly to their home school, which forwards the appropriate fees to The College at Brockport.

In addition, students are responsible for paying their housing, food, transportation, and personal expenses while they are in Washington. 

The College at Brockport does not provide student housing, but please check the link on this web page for suggestions as to where to look for housing in Washington.  Housing for the summer may cost anywhere from $1,600 to $4,000, depending on how long you stay and where you choose to live.

Food transportation and personal expenses generally cost between $2,000 and $3,200 for the summer.

 

 


For more information, contact:

Program Director
SUNY Brockport Washington Program
444 North Capital Street NW, Suite 221
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 403-8507
E-mail: washington@brockport.edu