To study in the United States, international students must complete additional forms pertaining to finances. The Affidavit of Support must be completed and returned to the appropriate department to demonstrate your financial stability. Please go here to download the Affidavit of Support and instructions on where to return it.
Financial Aid: No financial aid is available to incoming students other than that awarded to you during the admission process. Accordingly, you should make sure that your financial position is secure and that you have made the necessary arrangements regarding foreign exchange permits and transfer of funds.
Employment Restrictions: Regulations severely restrict the employment opportunities available to international students. Part-time on-campus employment (up to 20 hrs per week when school is in session and up to 40 hrs during summer and winter breaks) is the only option for newly arrived international students. On-campus jobs, however, are hard to find and relatively low-paying. Therefore, you should not expect to finance your stay in the U.S. through employment.
For more information on Tuition and Financial Aid related to international students, please go here