I20 Information and Application
In order to study legally as a full-time student in the United States, you will need to be issued a student visa by the U.S. consulate in your home country. Drew University is authorized to issue the Form I-20 to qualified students.
Questions? Call 973-408-4000 and ask to speak with Stephanie Bias or Laura Arthur.
In addition to proving your status as a “bona fide” full-time student for the I-20 process and visa interview, you must provide evidence that you can support the cost of living and studying in the U.S. for a minimum of one year (or for the duration of your program if less than 12 months). Please keep the following in mind when planning your studies at Drew:
Financial support can come from any combination of the following sources in the U.S. or abroad:
Please visit the Drew University Cost of Attendance webpage to view the estimate of expenses for your program of study.
If you will be attending Drew University either through the Academic English or Pathway program, please visit the Cost of Attendance webpage at INTO Higher.