What is the annual price of a Rhodes education?

The 2011-2012 fees:

  Resident Students Commuter Students
Tuition $36,154 $36,154
Fees $310 $310
Room and Board (21 meals/week, standard multiple occupancy) $8,976  
Total $45,440 $36,464

International students also should consider costs for round-trip transportation and meals, housing and transportation during academic breaks when the Rhodes campus is closed. Our Coordinator for Multicultural Recruitment is available to help you plan for these breaks.

When are payments due to Rhodes?

We require your first tuition payment (50% of your tuition/fees/room/board minus 50% of any fellowship, scholarship or grant you are awarded) before you apply for your student visa. The remainder is due at the end of November.

How does financial aid work?

We help demystify financial aid and guide you and your family through the application process. You simply apply for aid and we will do our best to fulfill your demonstrated financial need.

Step 1: Familiarize yourself with the fellowship and scholarship opportunities at Rhodes.

Step 2: Apply to Rhodes and send your test scores following the procedure for international applicants.

Note deadlines for admission applications and financial aid.

Step 3: Complete the forms below and submit them to the Office of Admission