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Tuition & Fees

Traditional Undergraduate Costs 2016-2017

Cost of Attendance

 

Residence Hall

Non-Residence Hall

Off-Campus

Semester

Year

Semester

Year

Semester

Year

Tuition $10,900 $21,800 $10,900 $21,800 $10,900 $21,800
General Fee* $400 $800 $400 $800 $400 $800
Technology Fee* $400 $800 $400 $700 $400 $700
Health Insurance Fee** $1,800 $1,800 $1,800
Books $600 $1,200 $600 $1,200 $600 $1,200
Room and Board $4,465 $8,930
Transportation $250 $500 $250 $500
Miscellaneous Costs $500 $1,000 $250 $500 $250 $500
Total Estimated Costs $17,265 $34,530 $12,800 $25,600 $12,800 $25,600

*Note Less than six hours, $100 per semester; 7-11 hours $200 General and Technology fee.
**Health insurance fee will be removed if student provides proof of own policy. Insurance is billed in full in the fall semester for the full academic year--students who leave at the end of the first semester will not receive a refund. Students that begin in the Spring semester will be charged half the rate. Rates are subject to change without prior notice.

Professional Studies Program

Tuition and Fees

 

Semester

Year

Tuition* $2,790 $5,580
General/Technology Fee** $275
Books $600 $1,200
Total Estimated Costs $3,390 $7,055

*Based on 6 credits per semester or 12 hours for the year ($465/credit hour)
**One time only fee

Living Expenses

Living expenses vary, depending on a student's preference for housing. An average calculation for living in the Washington metropolitan area includes:

  • Housing, meals, transportation and personal expenses: $16,760

Graduate Program Costs

Tuition and Fees

 

Semester

Year

Tuition* $3,750 $7,500
General/Technology Fee** $275
Books $600 $1,200
Total Estimated Costs $4,350 $8,975

*Based on 6 credits per semester for 12 credits for the year ($625/credit hour)
**One time only fee

Living Expenses

Living expenses vary, depending on a student's preference for housing. An average calculation for living in the Washington metropolitan area includes:

  • Housing, meals, transportation and personal expenses: $16,760

Questions?

Student Financial Services
Address:Washington Adventist University
7600 Flower Avenue
Takoma Park, MD 20912

Local Phone: 301-891-4005
General Fax: 301-891-4167

For more information about financial aid at WAU, email finaid@wau.edu, or call 1-800-835-4212 to speak to a Financial Aid Counselor.

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