Please follow these guidelines to avoid being charged the Late Fee
- Fall Semester – payment is due 10 days before the start of semester or upon receipt thereafter.
- Spring Semester – payment is due 10 days before the start of semester or upon receipt thereafter.
- Summer Terms – payment is due on the first day of the term or upon receipt thereafter.
Current Tuition and Fees Fall 2015 – Spring 2016, Summer 2016
(Non-refundable Capital Fees and Special Equity Fee are already included)
Full-time student: $3,351
Part-time student (per hour): $273
Full-time student: $7,056
Part-time student (per hour): $581.75
Full-time student: $5,953
Part-time student (per hour): $489.83
$281.67 (per hour)**
**Any hours taken outside of the BLA cohort will be assessed regular undergraduate rate based on residency.
RN to BSN
Full-time student: $3,113
Part-time student (per hour): $253.17
Please be advised that the following majors have higher tuition/fee rates:
Business, Graphic Design/DMD, Broadcasting +$125
Science, Athletic Training, Exercise Physiology +$150
Nursing, Dental Hygiene +$475
Please contact the Business Office for additional information: (304) 336-8013 or (304) 336-8944
Graduate Fees per Hour (NO CAP):
Forever Hilltopper Fee: A $150 one-time mandatory fee for all full-time freshman and transfer students to be an Alumni member for life.
Capital Fee: A $345 non-refundable fee included in above tuition to provide improvements to campus.
Orientation Fee: A non-refundable fee for first time freshman and transfer students regardless of whether or not an orientation session is attended. $100
Student Parking Permit: A $75 fee for all students to park a vehicle on campus (except Highlands). The fee can be waived if you do not park on campus by submitting a parking waiver to the Business Office by the pre-determined deadline. The fee is not prorated for those admitted in the Spring semester.
Special Equity Fee: A $75 fee, included in above tuition for all full-time students and refundable if the student drops below full-time or withdraws. The fee is used solely for the purpose of complying with provisions for Title IX of the Education Amendment of 1972.
Credit Hour Overload: A $300 fee for students that are registered or were preregistered for 19 credit hours or more.This fee is refundable only until one week prior to the beginning of classes. After that period. the fee is non-refundable.
Course Fees: A non-refundable fee for students registered in applicable classes such as Biology and Chemistry labs
Electronic Online/Hybrid Course Fee: A $150 per class non-refundable fee for students registered in applicable internet based classes.
Late Payment/Registration Fee: A $100 fee added to the student’s bill if the payment guidelines are not followed.
Current Room & Board
Room: $2,430 (per semester) – Includes non-refundable Dorm Residency Fees (Cable/Internet $165, Capital Fee, $415)
Room (Rogers Hall Only): $2,380 (per semester) – Includes non-refundable Dorm Residency Fees (Cable/Internet $165, Capital Fee, $415)
Board: $1,975 (per semester)
University Place: I & II
I: Room: $3,470 – $4,435 Includes non-refundable Dorm Residency Fees (Cable/Internet, $165, Capital Fee, $415)
II: Room: $3,770 – $4,835 Includes non-refundable Dorm Residency Fees (Cable/Internet, $165, Capital Fee, $415)
Private Room Charge: $895 (per semester)
Dorm Capital Fee: A non-refundable fee for all residential students to provide improvements to campus dormitories.
Cable & Internet Fee: A non-refundable fee for all residential students to provide internet and cable access to dormitory rooms.
Commuter Meal Plans
BD50: $350 50 meals per semester (may only be used in the Marketplace)
BD05: $670 5 meals per week, $100 Sodexo Dollars (used campus-wide with the exception of Subway)
Resident meal plans are available for commuters.
Important Additional Information
A detailed breakdown of your billing, please refer to WIN’s (Student Accounts and Billing Tab, Account Summary or Account Summary by Term).
Please refer to the WLU Student Catalog for important information pertaining to refund of tuition and fees, Room and Board and how return of Title IV funding (Federal Financial Aid) may impact what may be owed to WLU upon withdrawal from the University.