Patti McGill Peterson Center for International and Intercultural Studies
Denmark Program Costs
Students participating in the Denmark program pay regular St. Lawrence University comprehensive fees. The comprehensive fee covers tuition, room and board with the homestay family, orientation, transportation to classes, and program-integrated study tours.
If you receive financial aid, your normal financial aid is applied to the program cost. Contact the Financial Aid Office if you would like information about additional loans for extra costs associated with studying on this program.
The fee does not cover:
transportation to Denmark. An Airfare Assistance form will be available online upon acceptance to the program. Students must currently be on financial aid to
qualify. In most cases, students must pay the first $750 of the airfare.
optional study tours
Please note that
Copenhagen is a very expensive city. See Money Matters for more details.
A non-refundable first payment of $500 is to be made upon acceptance. The remaining sum must be paid upon receipt of bills from St. Lawrence University. Participants in the program will have incurred responsibility for the full cost once they have formally accepted enrollment. Refunds will be made in accordance with the policy outlined in the St. Lawrence catalog, minus any money that has been paid out on behalf of the student.