Cost of Attendance

Costs for the 2014-2015 Academic Year

Direct Costs:  The following is a list of W&J's direct costs-the charges that will appear on your bill.











*Based on standard double room and 14 meal plan

View a detailed list of various tuition, fees, room and board costs.

Indirect Costs: We also include some indirect costs in determining the total cost of attendance that is used in calculating the student's financial aid eligibility. Remember - indirect costs are estimations only, just to give you an idea of what additional funds you might need.






$200-$1000 based on distance from College


Affording a W&J Education

The Office of Financial Aid encourages all students to explore financial aid opportunities on an annual basis and take an active role in the financial aid process.

Typically, assistance from W&J is the largest source of aid in financial aid packages.  W&J provided over 23 million dollars in grant and scholarship funds for the 2013-2014 academic year to assist current full-time students with the cost of education.  Around 70% of these funds were awarded in the form of merit scholarships while the remainder was awarded in the form of grants based on financial need.

Additional funds for this same academic year were received from various sources to include the federal government (over $14 million), state governments (almost $1.5 million) and outside agencies (over $800,000).

These various sources of funding help W&J families reduce the overall cost of attendance with many awards being renewed annually.  With such a high percentage of our graduates completing their degrees in four years (94%), families are reassured that their undergraduate investment will involve a standard four year commitment, allowing students to enter the workforce on time.