All Brown students who study abroad for academic credit are charged Brown University tuition and Student Resources Fee while studying abroad.
The Corporation of Brown University established a fee structure for study abroad, allowing all eligible students to study abroad on essentially the same terms as on-campus study. As a result, all students will be charged Brown University tuition ("Home School Tuition") and student resources fee while studying abroad for academic credit.
This fee structure reflects the University’s belief that all Brown undergraduates — including those receiving university scholarships — should have the opportunity to study abroad. Students can apply their financial aid awards — including Brown scholarships — toward the cost of a study abroad program if all financial aid application requirements are met.