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Financial Considerations

Tuition and Fees:

Students from other colleges and universities will pay normal full-time in-state or out-of-state tuition and fees, plus a NIAHD program fee of $750. See the current full-time tuition and fee schedules for William & Mary.

Housing and Meal Plans:

For information about On-Campus Housing at William & Mary, please visit the website for the Office of Residence Life. It is possible to find Off-Campus Housing near William & Mary through the website for Off-Campus Housing.

William & Mary offers a variety of Meal Plans for students who live On-Campus or Off-Campus.

Financial Assistance:

One of NIAHD's goals is to make our courses available to as many students as possible. With that goal in mind, we are pleased to provide partial financial assistance packages to students* on the basis of demonstrated need.

Applicants to the Visiting Student Program wishing to apply for financial assistance must submit a Financial Assistance Application and supporting documents. NIAHD will review applications from students requesting financial assistance once all required documents for both the program application and the financial assistance application are received.

Decisions regarding financial assistance are communicated to the students in their acceptance letters.

Applying for Financial Assistance

To apply for financial assistance from NIAHD, students must submit:

Send the completed financial assistance packet directly to NIAHD:

  • Email (preferred): niahd@wm.edu, or
  • Mail: William & Mary / NIAHD / PO Box 8795 / Williamsburg, VA 23187
    • Please do not mail NIAHD financial assistance application packets to any other department at William & Mary

For more information about financial assistance for Visiting Students, please email niahd@wm.edu, or call (757) 221-7652 to leave a voicemail.

*Financial assistance is only available to U.S. and U.S. Dual Citizens.

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