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FINANCIAL INFORMATION Pre-planning will insure you have adequate funds upon your arrival to Missouri State You will need to have funds available for food and personal items during your travel to the United States. This amount varies for each student and is dependent upon several factors such as: length of trip and type of food available during trip (restaurants at airports, food served during flight, snacks brought from home, etc). Soon after your arrival on campus, you will need funds for payment of your residence hall charges or off-campus housing and course fees. You will also want some money for personal items. If you arrive during orientation week or earlier, you will need money for food, as this time period is not covered under your residence hall meal plan. If you arrive before the week of Orientation, you will also need to pay for temporary housing either on- or off-campus. Please remember that on-campus temporary housing is available for new students immediately prior to the fall (August) semester and summer (June) session. It is NOT available for students arriving for the spring (January) semester. Please keep the following in mind when making financial arrangements during your trip to MSU: 1. Travel expenses – You should have approximately $500 available for immediate access. Traveler’s checks or credit cards are best. If you bring cash, do not bring more than $100-$200. Traveler’s checks and credit cards can be replaced. Of course, cash cannot. Cash should be in U.S. dollars; there are very few opportunities in Springfield to exchange international currency to U.S. dollars.
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