This page is for international students. Georgian students, please visit this page.

SDSU Georgia faculty and staff understand the importance of knowing what costs may be incurred in taking the next step in your education. With advanced planning and some creativity, you can further enhance the value of this investment for you and your family.

Tuition & Fees

Students who graduate this year from an international high school, and will attend SDSU Georgia beginning in the Spring of 2016 will pay $13,500 in tuition and fees.


The cost of textbooks varies with each individual course. SDSU Georgia, in collaboration with its partner universities, strives to keep textbook costs as affordable as possible by using digital textbooks, providing textbooks on reserve in the library, and using other online sources. Each course is examined individually and students are provided access to detailed information about necessary books, how to obtain them, and associated costs.


Keep these questions in mind when choosing where to live:

  1. Will you live close enough to one of our partner institutions so you can commute to your classes from home?
  2. If you want or need to live near campus, do you want to live alone or have roommates?
  3. Is there transportation available that would enable you to live a bit further from campus?

Financial Assistance

Waivers for International Students: International students admitted to an SDSU Georgia program, in collaboration with one of our partner universities in Tbilisi, are eligible to apply for tuition waivers ranging from 25% to 45%.