Cost of Attendance (COA)

Consumer Information regulations require each school that participates in the Federal Student Aid programs to publish information about the Cost of Attendance (COA) and individual program cost estimates. This information is made available to current and prospective students and families to help them make an informed decision about attending Wilson University. As a solely online university, In-State and Out-of-State tuition and fee rates do not apply to WU. All students are charged one tuition rate, and fees, based on their degree program. The COA is an annual cost and is used in determining a student’s FSA award package.

 

COA Component Graduate Programs Bachelor Programs
Tuition and Fees: $8,200.00 $11,620.00
Books and Supplies: $1,677 $2,837
Room and Board (based on the national average): $9,270 $9,270
Food: $4,023 $4,023
Personal/Misc. Expenses: $3,006 $3,006
Transportation: $616.50 $616.50
Subtotal: $26,792.50 $31,372.50
Computer: $600 $600
Student Loan Fees: FOR STUDENT LOAN BORROWERS, ACTUAL OR AVERAGE LOAN ORIGINATION AND INSURANCE FOR STUDENT LOAN BORROWERS, ACTUAL OR AVERAGE LOAN ORIGINATION AND INSURANCE
Other Special Program Fees: TBD TBD
Subtotal: $27,392.50 $31,972.50
Dependent Care Per Dependent (only if student has dependent(s) needing care) REASONABLE EXPENSES WITH ADEQUATE DOCUMENTATION PROVIDED BY THE STUDENT, DEPENDING UPON AGE AND NUMBER OF CHILDREN REASONABLE EXPENSES WITH ADEQUATE DOCUMENTATION PROVIDED BY THE STUDENT, DEPENDING UPON AGE AND NUMBER OF CHILDREN
Expenses for Students w/disabilities (on a case-by-case basis only) TBD TBD
Total: $27,392.50 $31,972.50

 

Financial Aid Cost of Attendance includes estimated tuition and fees. These figures may not be final. Room and board, transportation, food, and miscellaneous fees are based on the California Student Aid Commission Student Budget, and rates may vary based on nationwide locations. Actual tuition, fees, and charges are subject to change by the Board of Trustees and could be affected by program funding reductions. Accordingly, final approved levels (and thus a student’s final balance due) may differ from the amounts shown.