Financial Assistance

International Students should plan on paying for the majority of their LETU education.

Since payment is due in advance of the start of the semester, international students should plan on paying all tuition and fees for the semester 15 days before classes start.

You may pay:

  1. via wire transfer or
  2. international credit card or debit Card at www.letu.edu/studentpayments. We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover.

In order to receive assistance with special payment arrangements, please contact the LeTourneau University Student Accounts Office at least 15 days before the semester starts. Student Accounts can be contacted at 903-233-4130 or Trad-StudentAccounts@letu.edu. Office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Central Time, Monday through Friday – Student Accounts is open throughout the year.

Major fees include:

  • Tuition/semester
  • Room & Board/semester (with roommate)
  • Students studying certain aeronautical science degree concentrations will also have additional flight fees.

In order to attend, LETU also requires that all international students have either:

  1. Proof of insurance from their own country (that is honored in the United States)
  2. A U.S. insurance policy
  3. LeTourneau University's insurance policy. Please find more details here.

International students are eligible for LETU's Merit-Based Financial Aid, such as the Honors, Deans and Presidential Scholarships. LETU is not able to assist students in searching for sponsors or aid outside of these scholarships.

In order obtain the I-20,  you must submit all relevant application documents in addition to proof of financial resources. Please have your bank send a copy of your bank statement to International Admissions Office

LeTourneau University
International Admissions Office
2100 South Mobberly Avenue
Longview, TX 75602  USA

The submitted monetary documentation must show you have the resources to cover the cost of one academic year (two semesters) at LETU.

A wide variety of part-time jobs are available on campus for international students, but should not be seen as a way to pay for all educational expenses


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