Tuition & Fees

When you choose W&J College, you're making an investment in you. You'll find that we're invested in you, too, providing all the features of an excellent educational experience. Meet our outstanding faculty, alumni, and peers who challenge and support you. Pursue our outstanding, personalized curriculum. Experience our innovative and immersive opportunities beyond the classroom so that you can travel, research, or gain experience as an intern. Graduate fully prepared to excel.

Committed to Affordability

The cost of attending W&J College includes direct and estimated costs. Estimated costs include books and supplies, personal expenses, and travel allocations, and other fees related to specific courses (like a laboratory fee) or joining in Greek life. Costs do vary each academic year. In recent history, W&J College tuition increases have been less than 3% annually, consistent with the national average of tuition increases in both public and private institutions.

You invest in us, so we invest in you.

$30k

the average institutional
aid and scholarships for
incoming freshmen

99%

percentage of students
who receive some type of
scholarship or grant

98%

percentage of
students who
graduate on time

95%

percentage of students
employed or in graduate
school within six months of
graduation

88%

percentage of students who
immerse themselves in
real-world experiences through
internships, fellowships,
research or global studies

$250k

amount awarded each
year to students for
internships, research
or study abroad
opportunities

You invest in us, so we invest in you.

$30k

The average institutional aid and scholarships for incoming freshmen

99%

Percentage of students who receive some type of scholarship or grant

98%

Percentage of students who graduate on time

95%

Percentage of students employed or in graduate school within six months of graduation

88%

Percentage of students who immerse themselves in real-world experiences through internships, fellowships, research or global studies

$250k

Amount awarded each year to students for internships, research or study abroad opportunities

Estimate College Cost

An overwhelming majority of our students receive financial aid. Use the Net Price Calculator to estimate your financial package and your expected contribution. The calculator provides an estimate of the cost of attendance using financial aid and merit award data from the previous year and the information you provide. You will need to provide this information:

  • SAT scores for critical reading and math or ACT composite score, if available
  • high school rank-in-class, if known
  • high school GPA
  • parent federal tax information
  • student federal tax information
  • the value of all family assets in cash, savings, checking, and investment accounts

Estimates are only estimates and are subject to differences in financial aid and merit awards from year to year and changes in the information you provide. Your actual cost may be more or less than the estimate.