Students pay Haverford tuition, and in many cases room and board fees, directly to Haverford College, which is then responsible for submitting payments to programs. In most cases, students must make their own travel arrangements. A program may include the cost of airfare in its comprehensive tuition fee, and may require students to travel with the group. As they would be at Haverford, students will be responsible for other costs such as local transportation, books, entertainment, vacations, and expenses due to personal travel or changes in plans.
The Program Descriptions provide information on the fee structure of the approved programs and whether students pay tuition only, tuition and room, or tuition, room and board to Haverford. Students will receive a detailed "Estimate of Cost" document for their program at the Mandatory Pre-Departure Orientation Session. More specific program cost estimates are also available in the Program Black Binders in the Resource Library in Chase 213.
Billing/Payment due dates: Bills for the following semester’s tuition, room, board, Student Association fee, and Deposit are rendered in July and December. Tuition and Fees must be paid in full before the beginning of the semester and, to avoid last minute congestion, preferably by wire or mail in advance. Students whose fees are not paid are subject to dismissal from the College. Unpaid accounts are also subject to a 1% per month late fee, cancellation of OneCard privileges and participation in the meal plan, exclusion from Room Draw and the withholding of transcripts. If there are any outstanding charges at the end of the term, no diploma or official transcript will be issued. Transcripts may be withheld at any time for non-payment.