CIA is committed to helping you keep costs down and providing as much financial assistance as possible. If costs still seem high, always remember that a CIA degree is an investment in yourself and will pay dividends (financially and otherwise) throughout your career.
Here is a list tuition and fees for all CIA students (U.S. and international)
CIA offers the following scholarship opportunities for international students that you may be eligible for:
Additionally, there are other options to consider when budgeting for your studies:
As part of your application, due to U.S. immigration (SEVP) requirements, you must show proof of funding for one academic year of study by providing a bank statement from your or your sponsor with at least $55,000 USD that has been set aside for your education. This is not the billable total, but your application cannot be reviewed for admission without it as we cannot issue your Form I-20 for the visa without this. Aside from the scholarship opportunities listed above, you will need to have the rest of your tuition and fees covered by your own funding or that of your sponsor.
CIA offers flexible payment options to help you manage expenses. These include:
If you have questions about any tuition, fees, grants, scholarships, or payment options, please contact Student Financial and Registration Services at 845-451-1500 or SFRS@culinary.edu.
International Admissions CounselorYamelli.Hernandez@culinary.edu845-451-1568Specializes in South and Central Asia, the Western Hemisphere, Africa, and Middle East (excluding Saudi Arabia).
Contact Yamelli for assistance in Spanish.
Assistant Directorâ€”International AdmissionsAmanda.Stevens@culinary.edu845-451-1566Specializes in East Asia and the Pacific, Europe and Eurasia, and Saudi Arabia.
Contact Amanda if you are an agent or international recruitment vendor, or if you would like to schedule a promotional presentation.