Saint Paul College does not offer any first-semester scholarships, and the college does not have any financial aid or financial support available for international students.
As an international student, it is critical that you have the funds to support yourself throughout the duration of your studies at Saint Paul College.
On-campus work opportunities at Saint Paul College are extremely limited. There are no off-campus work opportunities for F-1 international students in the first year of study and the options that become available after the first year of study are also limited and not guaranteed.
Saint Paul College scholarships are available to apply for after the first semester. These scholarships range from $500 to $1,500 per semester and are not guaranteed. These college scholarships should not be used as a primary source of funding.
Saint Paul College does not recommend relying on any type of employment or college scholarship as a means of long-term financial support.
Ultimately, it is each student’s individual responsibility to ensure that they have the funds to pay for tuition, living expenses, mandatory health insurance, and any other expenses while a student at Saint Paul College. Failure to financially prepare may result in the need to leave the US early without completing your academic program and/or the loss of F-1 legal status.