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Declaration of Finances

What is the Declaration of Finances?
Under U.S. government regulations, all international students attending a U.S. institution under F-1 or J-1 visa status must demonstrate the ability to meet all expenses associated with their first academic year of study. Admitted international students must submit this form and supporting financial documentation. International financial statements must be signed and stamped by a bank official. Sponsoring agencies, governments, or companies must provide a letter that includes the student’s name, the amount and currency to be provided each year, and the award period.  

The declaration of finances is a Marymount specific form in which explains the total estimated cost that international students must show in order to be issued an I-20. The bottom portion of this form should be completed and submitted in your I-20 application request. The account holder of your proof of funding documents will need to sign the bottom of this form. Students submitting more than one sponsor should have one form per sponsor. If you have a government sponsorship or scholarship awarded to you, you do not need their signature.  

Please see our Declaration of Finances forms below:

For Summer 2024 program start dates, please use Declaration of Finances AY 23/24

For students beginning their program in Fall 2024, please use Declaration of Finances AY 24/25.