Short-Term Program Costs for Academic Year 2022 – 2023
The cost to attend the Intensive English Program is based on the length of each term, whether a Fall/Spring/Summer 4 Week, or 7 Week term. Tuition, housing, insurance, and estimated fees for each length of term are listed in the chart below, and you may click the term below to see the full schedule.
First Fall Session (4 Week), & Second Fall Session (7 Week)
First Spring Session (4 Week), & Second Spring Session (7 Week)
First Summer Session (4 Week) & Second Summer Session (4 Week)
Other specialized programs, such as the English Language Teacher program will have information on the page specifically for that specialized program.
To access the Intensive Program Costs page, click here.
|Item||4-week Program||7-week Program|
|IEP Application Fee (one time)||$50||$50|
|Tuition Deposit (one time)||$200||$200|
|Textbooks and Materials||$200||$200|
$134 (Fall And Spring)
|TB Screening (one time)||$202||$202|
|Housing Application Fee||$15 (Summer)
$100 (Fall & Spring)
|On-Campus Housing*||$536 (Summer)
$750 (Fall & Spring)
|OPTIONAL Meal Plan||$450||$950|
$4804 (Fall and Spring)
**Some Fees vary depending on student choices (e.g. optional meal plans), length of enrollment, and health requirements. The estimated additional fees in the chart above represent a typical new student choosing an average meal plan. The list below shows the common fees for IEP students. Please contact us at StudyEnglish@olemiss.edu if you have any questions or to request a customized estimate of the cost of attendance for any program.
Click here to view meal plan options. There are many different plans students may choose from, and campus housing also has kitchen spaces for students who wish to cook their own meals instead of buying a meal plan.
*Notes on Fee Calculation
- The cost of housing reflects the actual cost of on-campus housing at UM. While the IEP can help connect students to off-campus housing providers, we can only guarantee students housing on-campus, and those wishing to live off-campus must make their arrangements (usually including signing a lease agreement) directly with the housing provider.
- Health insurance does not cover all health-related costs. Students may visit the Student Health Center free-of-charge, but they may be required to pay for prescriptions, tests, and other health services according to the terms of the insurance plan.
- All fees are estimates based on current rates and are subject to change.