Housing & Cost


In the Spring 2020 semester, students will be living in suite-style accommodations in a dormitory-style building that is located in Woodley Park (Northwest DC). This residence, which is owned by Washington Internship Student Housing, will offer shared and private rooms to Brown in Washington students during their semester in D.C. For more information about housing, please contact us at [email protected].

Program Costs

For the incoming Spring 2020 cohort, tuition for the program is $28,556 (the same as full-time enrollment at Brown in Providence). Housing, food/meals, travel, books, and other personal expenses are estimated at $10,905 for the semester, though expenses may vary according to individual spending habits and other factors. Brown students eligible for financial aid (with few exceptions) may use their aid for the Brown in Washington program. You can find a detailed cost breakdown below.

Brown in Washington, D.C. Program Costs: Spring 2020 Semester

The fees, charges, and expenses shown are estimates only and subject to change.

Expense  Expense Type Fall 2019
Tuition Billed by Brown $28,556
Housing Fee Billed by Brown $4,800
Airfare Direct Student Cost $600
Meals Direct Student Cost $2,755
Personal (estimate varies according to individual spending habits) Direct Student Coat $2,000
Local Transportation Direct Student Cost $600
Books Direct Student Cost $150
Required Immunizations and Medications (if applicable and not covered by insurance) Direct Student Cost n/a