Students who are not a U.S. citizen or permanent resident and who will require a visa to study in the United States.
Students with dual U.S. citizenship should apply as a U.S. citizen, even if living outside the United States.
Students with refugee or asylum status should provide proper documentation of status and follow domestic application instructions.
International Application Instructions
Superior Exchange Program (Exchange Program)
- Superior Experience (Partner Program)
- Superior Experience (Agency Program)
International Application Deadlines
Fall Semester: June 1
Winter Semester: October 1
Summer Semester*: March 17
*Students may only start undergraduate level studies during fall or winter semesters
2020-2021 Cost of Attendance
One Year (Two Semesters)
|Tuition and Fees||$17,176||$13,660||$13,270||$13,538|
|Room & Board||$11,072||$11,072||$11,072||$11,072|
|Books & Supplies||$800||$800||$800||$0 (included in fees)|
|NMU Health Insurance (12 months)||$1,820||$1,820||$1,820||$1,820|
|Personal & Travel||$2,438||$2,438||$2,438||$2,438|
International students on nonimmigrant status visas ("F", "J", "M", or "Q") are subject to federal withholding tax on the amount of scholarship income they receive above the cost of their qualified tuition and fees. The current withholding rates are 14% for documented international students and 30% for any student whose citizenship status is unknown or undocumented.
Health Insurance Costs
For information about insurance for dependents, please contact NMU's International Programs Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 906-227-2510.