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 Q:  Do universities provide housing for students?

Each institute has its own policy for housing and may offer a range of options for single and married students. Since most campuses have limited on-campus housing, it is extremely important to submit the application form early.   University housing facilities may range from a dormitory, which may be shared with other students to an apartment for a family. Some undergraduate universities may require students to live in a dormitory on campus.  In case of universities that do offer accommodation, you will be sent a description of the on- and off-campus options available as well as the actual housing application form.

Most graduate students live off-campus either by themselves or in small groups. Students applying can contact various International Students Associations at the universities to which they are applying. Most International students manage to find other International students for shared apartments.

Q:  What is the average cost of attending university within the US?

You will need a minimum of US$12,000 to $18,000 per year to cover the costs of tuition, room and board, books, and personal expenses. Some universities cost well over US$30,000 per year. The cost of studying in the United States varies widely among universities, and the cost of living varies from location to location. Rents vary greatly from state to state, depending on the location. State supported schools are less expensive than those of private universities.  For more specific details, please contact the universities. 

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