Funding Your Trip
John Tyler Community College is committed to making international education experiences affordable and accessible. Here's how:
Inclusive, Low-Cost Programs
With tuition and fees about one third of what you would pay at a public four-year college or university in Virginia, John Tyler Community College is an affordable option for studying abroad. The College's study abroad programs are designed to include lodging and airfare, as well as some meals and admissions. Booking accommodations, airfare and admission tickets as a group helps keep the overall cost of studying abroad more affordable.
Foundation International Studies Scholarships
Faculty at the College who are committed to the importance of international education have established scholarships to financially assist students enrolled in courses that require travel and study abroad. These scholarships can be used for tuition, books, fees and required supplies during summer study abroad experiences.
Interested in a scholarship? Go to www.jtcc.edu/scholarships.
In many cases, eligible students may use their financial aid packages to fund international education. All need-based and merit-based aid, with the exception of work-study support, is transferrable to tuition and fees for John Tyler Community College's international study programs.
Learn more about financial aid opportunities at www.jtcc.edu/financialaid.
Each trip has unique costs. Factors that influence the final cost include: number of participants, number of courses and airfare. See trip documents for specific costs for each trip.