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Cost of Attendance

Breaking down the costs

One of the most confusing aspects of the financial aid process is understanding the figures given as the Cost of Attendance. The cost of attendance is important for two primary reasons. Namely, the estimates give the student and their family an idea of what costs might be incurred here at WSU. There are two types of costs listed: direct costs and indirect costs. Direct costs are those that must be paid to the University to attend (i.e. tuition and fees). Indirect costs are things such as living expenses, transportation, miscellaneous expenses, etc. It is important to differentiate between the two as indirect costs are simply estimates used by our office in the awarding process to ensure that students have enough aid while direct costs are actual amounts that will be charged to the student's account.

We include indirect costs into the budget so that aid can be awarded to assist students in paying living and miscellaneous expenses. Keep in mind that Student Financial Services can only award students with an amount of aid equal to or less than their associated cost of attendance budget. If you have questions regarding your budget, please visit the Revision Request and Award Appeals page of the OFAS web site.

A couple other important notes

  • Costs are for two semesters (i.e. an academic year).
  • Students enrolling only in one semester should divide all costs in half.
  • For budget purposes, 10-18 credits is "full-time" for undergraduate/graduate students and students are charged tuition based on the specific number of enrolled units. (Note-summer "full-time" is 6 credits for undergraduate students; 3 credits for graduate students). For financial aid delivery of funds to a student's WSU Student Account , undergrad/graduate students must be enrolled in a minimum of six credits to receive accepted loans (exception to summer above). For some scholarships and other financial aid programs, full time equals 12 credits  for undergraduates and 10 credits for graduate students and is required to receive funds. 
  • Students living at home with their parents will have their room and board budgets cut in half. 

Please note that Cost of Attendance figures are estimates derived from past figures, institutional changes, and cost of living adjustments. They should be considered adequate for the average student. As such, differences in lifestyle and individual tastes and preferences cannot be accounted for. If you have questions or concerns regarding your budgeted cost of attendance, please contact Student Financial Services.

Understanding the Budget Components

Tuition

Tuition is a direct cost that students must pay to student accounts. It is assessed on a per-credit basis, except for full-time students whose tuition remains constant from 10 credits to 18 credits.

Note to Non-Residents: Out-of-state students should plan on paying non-resident tuition for each year at WSU. State policies do not allow individuals to become residents if they move to the state of Washington with the sole purpose of pursuing higher education (see the Registrar’s Office for more information).  Out-of-state students, who pay higher tuition than Washington residents, often need to carefully consider how they will finance their WSU degree.  Most financial aid packages WSU offers to non-resident, dependent students will include parent loans that require parents to be credit eligible.  Families who are unable to assume these loans will need to pursue alternatives, such as finding someone to co-sign a loan with them or seeking other outside financial support. 

Mandatory Fee(s)

Depending on which campus the student attends, they may be responsible for paying mandatory fees. These are not negotiable and must be paid. This component, as well as the actual tuition, are the two aspects of the cost of attendance that are considered to be direct costs to the student.

Room/Board

The Room and Board component of the cost of attendance estimates the costs of living for the academic year. It is comprised of average living costs, meal plans, and other factors. All students receive the same allowance for room and board regardless of whether they live in a residence hall, greek housing, or off-campus. It is important that students budget and plan accordingly. Students wishing to live off-campus or in Greek housing should consider the associated costs with that living choice along with this budgetary constraint. For Residence Hall students, Room and Board is considered to be a direct cost due to the University.

Books and Supplies

Books and supplies estimates are calculated using the average expenses of most students. Depending on major and program, these costs can vary. These are indirect costs, paid by the student out of pocket. For degree programs requiring the use of extensive materials or books, a revision request can be completed to account for these costs.

Travel/Transportation/Miscellaneous Expenses

These indirect costs are accounted for in the cost of attendance to ensure that students have the funds necessary to cover other aspects of their lives. It is important to note that these allowances may not account for differences in tastes, lifestyles, or personal choices. These estimates are calculated using averages and may be high or low depending on the individual student. It is important for the student to budget and plan accordingly.

 

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WSU Pullman Campus In-State
Term Tuition Mandatory Fees Books Room Board Transportation Misc. Living Expenses Total
Fall 2014 $5,698 $501 $480 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $14,088
Spring 2015 $5,698 $501 $480 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $14,088
2014-15 Total $11,396 $1,002 $960 $6,858 $4,418 $1,434 $2,108 $28,176

 

Breakdown of  Mandatory Fees
Fee All Year Semester
Health Fee $360 $180
Rec. Centre Fee $300 $150
Transit Fee $52 $26
 Stadium Fee $50 $25
CUB Fees $240 $120
Total Fee $1,002 $501
Mandatory Fees are charged for 7+ Credits, except Stadium Fees 
 Room Board Living at Home 
       All Year Semester
Room $3,429 $1,715
Board $2,209 $1,105
 Per-Credit Cost Additional Credit Tuition
           In-State Out
Per-Credit Tuition Charge (1-10 Credits) - Minimum 2 Credit Charge    $570 $1,224
Per-Credit Additional Hours (19 +) $544 $1,198
WSU Pullman Campus Out-of-State
Term Tuition Mandatory Fees Books Room Board Transportation Misc. Living Expenses Total
Fall 2014 $12,239 $501 $480 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $20,629
Spring 2015 $12,239 $501 $480 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $20,629
2014-15 Total $24,478 $1,002 $960 $6,858 $4,418 $1,434 $2,108 $41,258

 

Breakdown of  Mandatory Fees
Fee All Year Semester
Health Fee $360 $180
Rec. Centre Fee $300 $150
Transit Fee $52 $26
 Stadium Fee $50 $25
CUB Fees $240 $120
Total Fee $1,002 $501
Mandatory Fees are charged for 7+ Credits, except Stadium Fees 
 Room Board Living at Home 
       All Year Semester
Room $3,429 $1,715
Board $2,209 $1,105
 Per-Credit Cost Additional Credit Tuition
           All Year Semester
Per-Credit Tuition Charge (1-10 Credits) - Minimum 2 Credit Charge    $570 $1,224
Per-Credit Additional Hours (19 +) $544 $1,198
WSU Nursing In-State
Term Tuition Mandatory Fees Books Room Board Transportation Misc. Living Expenses Total
Fall 2014 $5,698 $85 $480 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $13,804
Spring 2015 $5,698 $85 $480 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $13,804
2014-15 Total $11,396 $170 $960 $6,858 $4,418 $1,434 $2,108 $27,608
 Per-Credit Cost Additional Credit Tuition
           All Year Semester
Per-Credit Tuition Charge (1-10 Credits) - Minimum 2 Credit Charge    $570 $1,224
Per-Credit Additional Hours (19 +) $544 $1,198

 

 Room Board Living at Home 
       All Year Semester
Room $3,429 $1,715
Board $2,209 $1,105
WSU Nursing Out-of-State
Term Tuition Mandatory Health Fee Nursing Program Fee Books Room Board Transportation Misc. Living  Total
Fall 2014 $12,239 $85 $132 $480 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $20,345
Spring 2015 $12,239 $85 $132 $480 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $20,345
2014-15 Total $24,478 $170 $264 $960 $6,858 $4,418 $1,434 $2,108 $40,690
 Per-Credit Cost Additional Credit Tuition
           All Year Semester
Per-Credit Tuition Charge (1-10 Credits) - Minimum 2 Credit Charge    $570 $1,224
Per-Credit Additional Hours (19 +) $544 $1,198

 

 Room Board Living at Home 
       All Year Semester
Room $3,429 $1,715
Board $2,209 $1,105
WSU Spokane Campus In-State
Term Tuition Health Fee Books Room Board Transportation Misc. Living Expenses Total
Fall 2014 $5,698 $85 $480 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $13,582
Spring 2015 $5,698 $85 $480 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $13,582
2014-15 Total $11,396 $170 $960 $6,858 $4,418 $1,434 $2,108 $27,344

 

Breakdown of  Mandatory Fees
Fee All Year Semester
Health Fee $360 $180
Rec. Centre Fee $300 $150
Transit Fee $52 $26
 Stadium Fee $50 $25
CUB Fees $240 $120
Total Fee $1,002 $501
Mandatory Fees are charged for 7+ Credits, except Stadium Fees 
 Room Board Living at Home 
       All Year Semester
Room $3,429 $1,715
Board $2,209 $1,105
Per-Credit Cost Additional Credit Tuition
           All Year Semester
Per-Credit Tuition Charge (1-10 Credits) - Minimum 2 Credit Charge    $570 $1,224
Per-Credit Additional Hours (19 +) $544 $1,198
WSU Spokane Campus Out-of-State
Term Tuition Health Fee Books Room Board Transportation Misc. Living Expenses Total
Fall 2014 $12,234 $85 $480 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $20,213
Spring 2015 $12,234 $85 $480 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $20,213
2014-15 Total $24,478 $170 $960 $6,858 $4,418 $1,434 $2,108 $40,426

 

Breakdown of  Mandatory Fees
Fee All Year Semester
Health Fee $360 $180
Rec. Centre Fee $300 $150
Transit Fee $52 $26
 Stadium Fee $50 $25
CUB Fees $240 $120
Total Fee $1,002 $501
Mandatory Fees are charged for 7+ Credits, except Stadium Fees 
 Room Board Living at Home 
       All Year Semester
Room $3,429 $1,715
Board $2,209 $1,105
 Per-Credit Cost Additional Credit Tuition
           All Year Semester
Per-Credit Tuition Charge (1-10 Credits) - Minimum 2 Credit Charge    $570 $1,224
Per-Credit Additional Hours (19 +) $544 $1,198
WSU Vancouver/Tricities Campus In-State
Term Tuition Books Room Board Transportation Misc. Living Expenses Total
Fall 2014 $5,693 $480 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $13,582
Spring 2015 $5,693 $480 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $13,582
2014-15 Total $11,386 $960 $6,858 $4,418 $1,434 $2,108 $27,164

 

 Room Board Living at Home 
       All Year Semester
Room $3,429 $1,715
Board $2,209 $1,105
 Per-Credit Cost Additional Credit Tuition
           $
Per-Credit Tuition Charge (1-10 Credits) - Minimum 2 Credit Charge    $570
Per-Credit Additional Hours (19 +) $544
WSU Vancouver/Tricities Campus Out-of-State
Term Tuition Books Room Board Transportation Misc. Living Expenses Total
Fall 2014 $12,234 $480 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $20,123
Spring 2015 $12,234 $480 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $20,123
2014-15 Total $24,468 $960 $6,858 $4,418 $1,434 $2,108 $40,246

 

 Room Board Living at Home 
       All Year Semester
Room $3,429 $1,715
Board $2,209 $1,105
 Per-Credit Cost Additional Credit Tuition
           $
Per-Credit Tuition Charge (1-10 Credits) - Minimum 2 Credit Charge    $570
Per-Credit Additional Hours (19 +) $544
WSU Online (In-State and Out-of-State Tuition Same)
Term Tuition Books Room Board Transportation Misc. Living Expenses Total
Fall 2014 $5,698 $480 $3,429 $2,209 $0 $790 $12,601
Spring 2015 $5,698 $480 $3,429 $2,209 $0 $790 $12,601
2014-15 Total $11,396 $960 $6,858 $4,418 $0 $1,580 $25,202

 

 Room Board Living at Home 
       All Year Semester
Room $3,429 $1,715
Board $2,209 $1,105
 Per-Credit Cost Additional Credit Tuition
           $
Per-Credit Tuition Charge (1-10 Credits) - Minimum 2 Credit Charge    $570
Per-Credit Additional Hours (19 +) $544
WSU Pullman Campus In-State
Term Tuition Mandatory Fees Books Room Board Transportation Misc. Living Expenses Total
Fall 2014 $5,873 $476 $567 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $14,325
Spring 2015 $5,873 $476 $567 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $14,325
2014-15 Total $11,746 $952 $1,134 $6,858 $4,418 $1,434 $2,108 $28,650

 

Breakdown of  Mandatory Fees
Fee All Year Semester
Health Fee $360 $180
Rec. Centre Fee $300 $150
Transit Fee $52 $26
CUB Fees $240 $120
Total Fee $952 $476
Mandatory Fees are charged for 7+ Credits, except Stadium Fees 
 Per-Credit Cost Additional Credit Tuition
           In-State Out
Per-Credit Tuition Charge (1-10 Credits) - Minimum 2 Credit Charge $587 $1,259
Per-Credit Additional Hours (19 +) $561 $1,233
WSU Pullman Campus Out-of-State
Term Tuition Mandatory Fees Books Room Board Transportation Misc. Living Expenses Total
Fall 2014 $12,589 $476 $567 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $21,041
Spring 2015 $12,589 $476 $567 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $21,041
2014-15 Total $25,178 $952 $1,134 $6,858 $4,418 $1,434 $2,108 $42,082

 

Breakdown of  Mandatory Fees
Fee All Year Semester
Health Fee $360 $180
Rec. Centre Fee $300 $150
Transit Fee $52 $26
CUB Fees $240 $120
Total Fee $952 $476
Mandatory Fees are charged for 7+ Credits, except Stadium Fees 
 Per-Credit Cost Additional Credit Tuition
           In-State Out
Per-Credit Tuition Charge (1-10 Credits) - Minimum 2 Credit Charge $587 $1,259
Per-Credit Additional Hours (19 +) $561 $1,233
WSU Pullman Campus MBA In-State
Term Tuition Mandatory Fees Books Room Board Transportation Misc. Living Expenses Total
Fall 2014 $8,895 $476 $567 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $17,347
Spring 2015 $8,895 $476 $567 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $17,347
2014-15 Total $17,790 $952 $1,134 $6,858 $4,418 $1,434 $2,108 $34,694

 

Breakdown of  Mandatory Fees
Fee All Year Semester
Health Fee $360 $180
Rec. Centre Fee $300 $150
Transit Fee $52 $26
CUB Fees $240 $120
Total Fee $952 $476
Mandatory Fees are charged for 7+ Credits, except Stadium Fees 
 Per-Credit Cost Additional Credit Tuition
           In-State Out
Per-Credit Tuition Charge (1-10 Credits) - Minimum 2 Credit Charge $890 $1,660
Per-Credit Additional Hours (19 +) $864 $1,634
WSU Pullman Campus MBA Out-of-State
Term Tuition Mandatory Fees Books Room Board Transportation Misc. Living Expenses Total
Fall 2014 $16,599 $476 $567 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $25,051
Spring 2015 $16,599 $476 $567 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $25,051
2014-15 Total $33,198 $952 $1,134 $6,858 $4,418 $1,434 $2,108 $50,102

 

Breakdown of  Mandatory Fees
Fee All Year Semester
Health Fee $360 $180
Rec. Centre Fee $300 $150
Transit Fee $52 $26
CUB Fees $240 $120
Total Fee $952 $476
Mandatory Fees are charged for 7+ Credits, except Stadium Fees 
 Per-Credit Cost Additional Credit Tuition
           In-State Out
Per-Credit Tuition Charge (1-10 Credits) - Minimum 2 Credit Charge $890 $1,660
Per-Credit Additional Hours (19 +) $864 $1,634
WSU Spokane Campus In-State
Term Tuition Books Room Board Transportation Misc. Living Expenses Total
Fall 2014 $5,873 $567 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $13,849
Spring 2015 $5,873 $567 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $13,849
2014-15 Total $11,746 $1,134 $6,858 $4,418 $1,434 $2,108 $27,698

 

Breakdown of  Mandatory Fees

Fee All Year Semester
Health Fee $360 $180
Rec. Centre Fee $300 $150
Transit Fee $52 $26
CUB Fees $240 $120
Total Fee $952 $476

 

 Per-Credit Cost Additional Credit Tuition
           In-State Out
Per-Credit Tuition Charge (1-10 Credits) - Minimum 2 Credit Charge $587 $1,259
Per-Credit Additional Hours (19 +) $561 $1,233
WSU Spokane Campus Out-of-State
Term Tuition Books Room Board Transportation Misc. Living Expenses Total
Fall 2014 $12,589 $567 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $20,565
Spring 2015 $12,589 $567 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $20,565
2014-15 Total $25,178 $1,134 $6,858 $4,418 $1,434 $2,108 $41,130

Breakdown of  Mandatory Fees

Fee All Year Semester
Health Fee $360 $180
Rec. Centre Fee $300 $150
Transit Fee $52 $26
CUB Fees $240 $120
Total Fee $952 $476

Per-Credit Cost Additional Credit Tuition

           In-State Out
Per-Credit Tuition Charge (1-10 Credits) - Minimum 2 Credit Charge $587 $1,259
Per-Credit Additional Hours (19 +) $561 $1,233
WSU Vancouver/Tricities Campus In-State
Term Tuition Books Room Board Transportation Misc. Living Expenses Total
Fall 2014 $5,868 $567 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $20,565
Spring 2015 $5,868 $567 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $20,565
2014-15 Total $11,736 $1,134 $6,858 $4,418 $1,434 $2,108 $27,688

 

Per-Credit Cost Additional Credit Tuition

           In-State Out
Per-Credit Tuition Charge (1-10 Credits) - Minimum 2 Credit Charge $587 $1,259
Per-Credit Additional Hours (19 +) $561 $1,233
WSU Vancouver/Tricities Campus Out-of-State
Term Tuition Books Room Board Transportation Misc. Living Expenses Total
Fall 2014 $12,584 $567 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $20,560
Spring 2015 $12,584 $567 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $20,560
2014-15 Total $25,168 $1,134 $6,858 $4,418 $1,434 $2,108 $41,120

 

Per-Credit Cost Additional Credit Tuition

           In-State Out
Per-Credit Tuition Charge (1-10 Credits) - Minimum 2 Credit Charge $587 $1,259
Per-Credit Additional Hours (19 +) $561 $1,233
WSU Online (In-State and Out-of-State Tuition Same)
Term Tuition Books Room Board Transportation Misc. Living Expenses Total
Fall 2014 $5,868 $567 $3,429 $2,209 $0 $1,054 $13,127
Spring 2015 $5,868 $567 $3,429 $2,209 $0 $1,054 $13,127
2014-15 Total $11,736 $1,134 $6,858 $4,418 $0 $2,108 $26,254

 

 Per-Credit Cost Additional Credit Tuition

           Cost
Per-Credit Tuition Charge (1-10 Credits) - Minimum 2 Credit Charge $587
Per-Credit Additional Hours (19 +) $561
WSU Online MBA (In-State and Out-of-State Tuition Same)
Term Tuition Mandatory Fees Books Room Board Transportation Misc. Living Expenses Total
Fall 2014 $6,750 $0 $567 $3,429 $2,209 $0 $1,054 $14,009
Spring 2015 $6,750 $0 $567 $3,429 $2,209 $0 $1,054 $14,009
2014-15 Total $13,500 $0 $1,134 $6,858 $4,418 $0 $2,108 $28,018

 

Per-Credit Cost Additional Credit Tuition

           Cost
Per-Credit Tuition Charge (1-10 Credits) - Minimum 2 Credit Charge $750
Per-Credit Additional Hours (19 +) $724
WSU Online Executive MBA (In-State and Out-of-State Tuition Same)
Term Tuition Mandatory Fees Books Room Board Transportation Misc. Living Expenses Total
Fall 2014 $10,350 $0 $567 $3,429 $2,209 $0 $1,054 $17,609
Spring 2015 $10,350 $0 $567 $3,429 $2,209 $0 $1,054 $17,609
2014-15 Total $20,700 $0 $1,134 $6,858 $4,418 $0 $2,108 $35,218

 

Per-Credit Cost Additional Credit Tuition

           Cost
Per-Credit Tuition Charge (1-10 Credits) - Minimum 2 Credit Charge $1,150
Per-Credit Additional Hours (19 +) $1,124
WSU Spokane Pharmacy In-State
Term Tuition Health Fee Books Room Board Transportation Misc. Living Expenses Total
Fall 2014 $10,256 $85 $616 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $18,366
Spring 2015 $10,256 $85 $616 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $18,366
2014-15 Total $20,512 $170 $1,232 $6,858 $4,418 $1,434 $2,108 $36,732

 

Per-Credit Cost Additional Credit Tuition

           In-State Out
Per-Credit Tuition Charge (1-10 Credits) - Minimum 2 Credit Charge $1,026 $1,858
Per-Credit Additional Hours (19 +) $1,000 $1,832
WSU Spokane Pharmacy Out-of-State
Term Tuition Health Fee Books Room Board Transportation Misc. Living Expenses Total
Fall 2014 $18,583 $85 $616 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $26,693
Spring 2015 $18,583 $85 $616 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $26,693
2014-15 Total $37,166 $170 $1,232 $6,858 $4,418 $1,434 $2,108 $53,386

 

Per-Credit Cost Additional Credit Tuition

           In-State Out
Per-Credit Tuition Charge (1-10 Credits) - Minimum 2 Credit Charge $1,026 $1,858
Per-Credit Additional Hours (19 +) $1,000 $1,832
WSU Spokane Nursing Graduate In-State
Term Tuition Mandatory Fees Program Fees Room Board Transportation Misc. Living Expenses Books Total
Fall 2014 $8,878 $85 $132 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $567 $17,071
Spring 2015 $8,878 $85 $132 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $567 $17,071
2014-15 Total $17,756 $170 $264 $6,858 $4,418 $1,434 $2,108 $1,134 $34,142

 

Per-Credit Cost Additional Credit Tuition

           In-State Out
Per-Credit Tuition Charge (1-10 Credits) - Minimum 2 Credit Charge $888 $1,639
Per-Credit Additional Hours (19 +) $862 $1,613
WSU Spokane Nursing Graduate Out-of-State
Term Tuition Mandatory Fees Program Fees Room Board Transportation Misc. Living Expenses Books Total
Fall 2014 $16,389 $85 $132 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $567 $24,582
Spring 2015 $16,389 $85 $132 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $567 $24,582
2014-15 Total $32,778 $170 $264 $6,858 $4,418 $1,434 $2,108 $1,134 $49,164

 

Per-Credit Cost Additional Credit Tuition

           In-State Out
Per-Credit Tuition Charge (1-10 Credits) - Minimum 2 Credit Charge $888 $1,639
Per-Credit Additional Hours (19 +) $862 $1,613
WSU Vancouver/Tricities Nursing Graduate In-State
Term Tuition Health Fee Program Fees Room Board Transportation Misc. Living Expenses Books Total
Fall 2014 $8,873 $85 $132 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $567 $17,066
Spring 2015 $8,873 $85 $132 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $567 $17,066
2014-15 Total $17,746 $170 $264 $6,858 $4,418 $1,434 $2,108 $1,134 $34,132

 

Per-Credit Cost Additional Credit Tuition

           In-State Out
Per-Credit Tuition Charge (1-10 Credits) - Minimum 2 Credit Charge $888 $1,639
Per-Credit Additional Hours (19 +) $862 $1,613
WSU Vancouver/Tricities Nursing Graduate Out-of-State
Term Tuition Mandatory Fees Program Fees Room Board Transportation Misc. Living Expenses Books Total
Fall 2014 $16,384 $85 $132 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $567 $24,577
Spring 2015 $16,384 $85 $132 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $567 $24,577
2014-15 Total $32,768 $170 $264 $6,858 $4,418 $1,434 $2,108 $1,134 $49,154

 

Per-Credit Cost Additional Credit Tuition

           In-State Out
Per-Credit Tuition Charge (1-10 Credits) - Minimum 2 Credit Charge $888 $1,639
Per-Credit Additional Hours (19 +) $862 $1,613
WSU Veterinary Medicine In-State Out-of-State (Years 1-4)

WSU Veterinary Medicine 1st Year and 2nd Year - In-State

Term Tuition Mandatory Fees Program Fees Room Board Transportation Misc. Living Expenses Books Total
Fall 2014 $11,176 $476 $500 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $616 $20,177
Spring 2015 $11,176 $476 $500 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $616 $20,177
2014-15 Total $22,352 $952 $1,000 $6,858 $4,418 $1,434 $2,108 $1,232 $40,354

 

WSU Veterinary Medicine 1st Year and 2nd Year - Out-of-State

Term Tuition Mandatory Fees Program Fees Room Board Transportation Misc. Living Expenses Books Total
Fall 2014 $26,703 $476 $500 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $616 $35,704
Spring 2015 $26,703 $476 $500 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $616 $35,704
2014-15 Total $53,406 $952 $1,000 $6,858 $4,418 $1,434 $2,108 $1,232 $71,408

 

WSU Veterinary Medicine 3rd Year - In-State

Term Tuition Mandatory Fees Program Fees Room Board Transportation Misc. Living Expenses Books Total
Fall 2014 $11,176 $476 $700 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $616 $20,377
Spring 2015 $11,176 $476 $700 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $616 $20,377
2014-15 Total $22,352 $952 $1,400 $6,858 $4,418 $1,434 $2,108 $1,232 $40,754

 

WSU Veterinary Medicine 3rd Year - Out-of-State

Term Tuition Mandatory Fees Program Fees Room Board Transportation Misc. Living Expenses Books Total
Fall 2014 $26,703 $476 $700 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $616 $35,904
Spring 2015 $26,703 $476 $700 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $616 $35,904
2014-15 Total $53,406 $952 $1,400 $6,858 $4,418 $1,434 $2,108 $1,232 $71,808

 

WSU Veterinary Medicine 4rd Year - In-State

Term Tuition Mandatory Fees Program Fees Room Board Transportation Misc. Living Expenses Books Total
Fall 2014 $11,176 $476 $900 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $616 $20,577
Spring 2015 $11,176 $476 $900 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $616 $20,577
2014-15 Total $22,352 $952 $1,800 $6,858 $4,418 $1,434 $2,108 $1,232 $41,154

 

WSU Veterinary Medicine 4rd Year - Out-of-State

Term Tuition Mandatory Fees Program Fees Room Board Transportation Misc. Living Expenses Books Total
Fall 2014 $26,703 $476 $900 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $616 $36,104
Spring 2015 $26,703 $476 $900 $3,429 $2,209 $717 $1,054 $616 $36,104
2014-15 Total $53,406 $952 $1,800 $6,858 $4,418 $1,434 $2,108 $1,232 $72,208

 

Breakdown of  Mandatory Fees
Fee All Year Semester
Health Fee $360 $180
Rec. Centre Fee $300 $150
Transit Fee $52 $26
CUB Fees $240 $120
Total Fee $952 $476

Mandatory Fees are charged for 7+ Credits 

 Per-Credit Cost Additional Credit Tuition
           In-State Out
Per-Credit Tuition Charge (1-10 Credits) - Minimum 2 Credit Charge $1,118 $2,670
Per-Credit Additional Hours (19 +) $1,092 $2,644
Summer 2014 Undergraduate Budget (Traditional) - Pullman Campus
Undergraduate Budget (Traditional) - Pullman Campus
 
Resident
 
Non-Resident
Direct Costs      
Tuition $2,964   $2,964
Mandatory Fees $221   $221
Indirect Costs      
Books and Supplies $240   $240
Room $1,296   $1,296
Board $738   $738
Transportation Expenses $270   $270
Miscellaneous Expenses $396   $396
Total $6,125   $6,125

This budget is based on enrollment in 6 credits for 6 weeks for single undergraduate students without children and married students when both are students. The cost per credit of tuition is $494 for residents and $494 for non-residents.

Summer 2014 Undergraduate Budget (Non-Traditional) - Pullman Campus
Undergraduate Budget (Non-Traditional) - Pullman Campus
 
Resident
 
Non-Resident
Direct Costs      
Tuition $2,964   $2,964
Mandatory Fees $221   $221
Indirect Costs      
Books and Supplies $240   $240
Room $1,296   $1,296
Board $792   $792
Transportation Expenses $270   $270
Miscellaneous Expenses $396   $396
Total $6,179   $6,179

This budget is based on enrollment in 6 credits for 6 weeks for students with dependents, with a spouse not attending school, and students with special circumstances. The cost per credit of tuition is $494 for residents and $494 for non-residents.

Summer 2014 Undergraduate Budget (Traditional) - Urban Campus
Undergraduate Budget (Traditional) - Urban Campus
 
Resident
 
Non-Resident
Direct Costs      
Tuition
$2,964
 
$2,964
Indirect Costs      
Books and Supplies $240   $240
Room $1,296   $1,296
Board $738   $738
Transportation Expenses $270   $270
Miscellaneous Expenses $396   $396
Total $5,904  
$5,904

This budget is based on enrollment in 6 credits for 6 weeks for single undergraduate students without children and married students when both are students. The cost per credit of tuition is $494 for residents and $494 for non-residents.

Summer 2014 Undergraduate Budget (Non-Traditional) - Urban Campus
Undergraduate Budget (Non-Traditional) - Urban Campus
 
Resident
 
Non-Resident
Direct Costs      
Tuition
$2,964
 
$2,964
Indirect Costs      
Books and Supplies $240   $240
Room $1,296   $1,296
Board $792   $792
Transportation Expenses $270   $270
Miscellaneous Expenses $396   $396
Total $5,958  
$5,958

This budget is based on enrollment in 6 credits for 6 weeks for single undergraduate students with dependents, students with a spouse not attending school, and students with special circumstances. The cost per credit of tuition is $494 for residents and $494 for non-residents.

Summer 2014 Graduate Budget - Pullman Campus
Graduate Student Budget - Pullman Campus
 
Resident
 
Non-Resident
Direct Costs      
Tuition $1,527  
$1,527
Mandatory Fees $221  
$221
Indirect Costs      
Books and Supplies $141   $141
Room $1,296   $1,296
Board $792   $792
Transportation Expenses $270   $270
Miscellaneous Expenses $396   $396
Total $4,643  
$4,643

This budget is based on graduate enrollment in 3 credits for 6 weeks. The cost per credit of tuition is $509 for residents and $509 for non-residents.

Summer 2014 Graduate Budget - Urban Campus
Graduate Student Budget - Urban Campus
 
Resident
 
Non-Resident
Direct Costs      
Tuition
$1,527
 
$1,527
Indirect Costs      
Books and Supplies $141   $141
Room $1296   $1296
Board $792   $792
Transportation Expenses $270   $270
Miscellaneous Expenses $396   $396
Total
$4,422
 
$4,422

This budget is based on graduate enrollment in 3 credits for 6 weeks. The cost per credit of tuition is $509 for residents and $509 for non-residents.

Summer 2014 WSU Online Budget (Traditional) - Undergraduate
WSU Online Undergraduate Budget - Traditional
 
Resident
 
Non-Resident
Direct Costs      
Tuition
$2,964
 
$2,964
Indirect Costs      
Books and Supplies
$240
 
$240
Room
$1,296
 
$1,296
Board
$738
 
$738
Transportation Expenses
$0
 
$0
Miscellaneous Expenses
$396
 
$396
Total
$5,634
 
$5,634

This budget is based on enrollment in 6 credits for 12 weeks for single undergraduate students without children and married students when both are students. The cost per credit of tuition is $494 for residents and $494 for non-residents.

Summer 2014 WSU Online Budget (Non-Traditional) - Undergraduate
WSU Online Undergraduate Budget - Non Traditional
 
Resident
 
Non-Resident
Direct Costs      
Tuition
$2,964
 
$2,964
Indirect Costs      
Books and Supplies
$240
 
$240
Room
$1,296
 
$1,296
Board
$792
 
$792
Transportation Expenses
$0
 
$0
Miscellaneous Expenses
$396
 
$396
Total
$5,688
 
$5,688

This budget is based on enrollment in 6 credits for 12 weeks for single undergraduate students with dependents, students with a spouse not attending school, and students with special circumstances. The cost per credit of tuition is $494 for residents and $494 for non-residents.

Summer 2014 Pharmacy Student Budget
Pharmacy Student Budget
 
Resident
 
Non-Resident
Room
$2,592
 
$2,592
Board
$1,584
 
$1,584
Transportation Expenses
$0
 
$0
Miscellaneous Expenses
$792
 
$792
Total
$4,968
 
$4,968

 

This budget is based on 12 weeks for students in the senior Pharmacy Internship Program.

Summer 2014 Veterinary Medicine Student Budget
Veterinary Medicine Student Budget
 
Resident
 
Non-Resident
Room
$2,592
 
$2,592
Board
$1,584
 
$1,584
Transportation Expenses
$540
 
$540
Miscellaneous Expenses
$792
 
$792
Total
$5,508
 
$5,508

 

This budget is based on 12 weeks for Veterinary Medicine students in clinical rotations.

Summer 2014 Nursing Student Budget (Traditional) - Undergraduate
Undergraduate Nursing Budget (Traditional)
 
Resident
 
Non-Resident
Direct Costs      
Tuition
$2,964
 
$2,964
Mandatory Health Fee
$0
 
$0
Indirect Costs      
Books and Supplies
$240
 
$240
Room
$1,296
 
$1,296
Board
$738
 
$738
Transportation Expenses
$270
 
$270
Miscellaneous Expenses
$396
 
$396
Total
$5,904
 
$5,904

 

This budget is based on enrollment in 6 credits for 6 weeks for undergraduate nursing students who are single without children and married students when both are students. The cost per credit of tuition is $494 for residents and $494 for non-residents.

Summer 2014 Nursing Student Budget (Non-Traditional) - Undergraduate
Undergraduate Nursing Budget (Non-Traditional)
 
Resident
 
Non-Resident
Direct Costs      
Tuition
$2,964
 
$2,964
Mandatory Health Fee
$0
 
$0
Indirect Costs      
Books and Supplies
$240
 
$240
Room
$1,296
 
$1,296
Board
$792
 
$792
Transportation Expenses
$270
 
$270
Miscellaneous Expenses
$396
 
$396
Total
$5,958
 
$5,958

This budget is based on enrollment in 6 credits for 6 weeks for undergraduate nursing students. The cost per credit of tuition is $494 for residents and $494 for non-residents.

Summer 2014 Nursing Student Budget - Graduate
Graduate Nursing Budget
 
Resident
 
Non-Resident
Direct Costs      
Tuition
$1,527
 
$1,527
Mandatory Health Fee
$0
 
$0
Indirect Costs      
Books and Supplies
$141
 
$141
Room
$1,296
 
$1,296
Board
$792
 
$792
Transportation Expenses
$270
 
$270
Miscellaneous Expenses
$396
 
$396
Total
$4,422
 
$4,422

This budget is based on enrollment in 3 credits for 6 weeks for graduate nursing students. The cost per credit of tuition is $509 for residents and $509 for non-residents.

2013-2014 Undergraduate Budget (Traditional) - Pullman Campus
Undergraduate Budget (Traditional) - Pullman Campus
 
Resident
 
Non-Resident
Direct Costs      
Tuition
$11,396
 
$24,478
Mandatory Fees
$930
 
$930
Indirect Costs      
Books and Supplies
$960
 
$960
Room
$6,930
 
$6,930
Board
$3,938
 
$3,938
Transportation Expenses
$1,434
 
$1,434
Miscellaneous Expenses
$2,108
 
$2,108
Total
$27,696
 
$40,778

This budget is used for single undergraduate students without children and married students when both are students attending the Pullman campus. This budget is based on 10-18 credits per term. The per credit cost for resident students is $570 per credit and $1,224 per credit for non-residents.

2013-2014 Undergraduate Budget (Non-Traditional) - Pullman Campus
Undergraduate Budget (Non-Traditional) - Pullman Campus
 
Resident
 
Non-Resident
Direct Costs      
Tuition
$11,396
 
$24,478
Mandatory Fees
$930
 
$930
Indirect Costs      
Books and Supplies
$960
 
$960
Room
$6,930
 
$6,930
Board
$4,230
 
$4,230
Transportation Expenses
$1,434
 
$1,434
Miscellaneous Expenses
$2,108
 
$2,108
Total
$27,988
 
$41,070

 

This budget is used for single undergraduate students with dependents, students with a spouse not attending school, and students with special circumstances attending the Pullman campus. This budget is based on 10-18 credits per term. The per credit cost for resident students is $570 per credit and $1,224 per credit for non-residents.

2013-2014 Undergraduate Budget (Traditional) - Urban Campus
Undergraduate Budget (Traditional) - Urban Campus
 
Resident
 
Non-Resident
Direct Costs      
Tuition
$11,396
 
$24,478
Indirect Costs      
Health Fee
$170
$170
Books and Supplies
$960
 
$960
Room
$6,930
 
$6,930
Board
$3,938
 
$3,938
Transportation Expenses
$1,434
 
$1,434
Miscellaneous Expenses
$2,108
 
$2,108
Total
$26,936
 
$40,018

 

This budget is used for single undergraduate students without children and married students when both are students. The Urban Campus Budget is used for students who attend one of the urban campuses or learning center(s). The budget is based on 10-18 credits per terms. The per credit cost for resident students is $570 per credit and $1,224 per credit for non-residents.

2013-2014 Undergraduate Budget (Non-Traditional) - Urban Campus
Undergraduate Budget (Non-Traditional) - Urban Campus
 
Resident
 
Non-Resident
Direct Costs      
Tuition
$11,396
 
$24,478
Indirect Costs      
Books and Supplies
$960
 
$960
Room
$6,930
 
$6,930
Board
$4,230
 
$4,230
Transportation Expenses
$1,434
 
$1,434
Miscellaneous Expenses
$2,108
 
$2,108
Total
$27,058
 
$40,140

 

This budget is used for single undergraduate students with dependents, students with a spouse not attending school, and students with special circumstances. The Urban Campus Budget is used for students who attend one of the urban campuses or learning center(s). This budget is based on 10-18 credits per term. The per credit cost for resident students is $570 per credit and $1,224 per credit for non-residents.

2013-2014 Graduate Student Budget - Pullman Campus
Graduate Student Budget - Pullman Campus
 
Resident
 
Non-Resident
Direct Costs      
Tuition
$11,746
 
$25,178
Mandatory Fees
$880
 
$880
Indirect Costs      
Books and Supplies
$1,134
 
$1,134
Room
$6,930
 
$6,930
Board
$4,230
 
$4,230
Transportation Expenses
$1,434
 
$1,434
Miscellaneous Expenses
$2,108
 
$2,108
Total
$28,462
 
$41,894

 

This budget is used for graduate students attending the Pullman campus. Non-resident students should note that the Financial Aid Office awards all graduate students initially with resident tuition rates as most non-resident graduate students on graduate assistantships will be receiving a tuition waiver. If this is not the case for you, please file a revision request form to have your budget increased to the non-resident cost here. The per credit cost for resident students is $587 per credit and $1,259 per credit for non-residents.

2013-2014 Graduate Student Budget - Urban Campus
Graduate Student Budget - Urban Campus
 
Resident
 
Non-Resident
Direct Costs      
Tuition
$11,746
 
$25,178
Indirect Costs      
Books and Supplies
$1,134
 
$1,134
Room
$6,930
 
$6,930
Board
$4,230
 
$4,230
Transportation Expenses
$1,434
 
$1,434
Miscellaneous Expenses
$2,108
 
$2,108
Total
$27,582
 
$41,014

 

This budget is used for graduate students attending an urban campus. Non-resident students: Student Financial Services awards all graduate students initially with resident tuition rates as many non-resident graduate students will be receiving a tuition waiver. If this is not the case, please file a revision request located here. The per credit cost for resident students is $587 per credit and $1,259 per credit for non-residents.

2013-2014 WSU Online Program (Traditional) - Undergraduate
Undergraduate Budget (Traditional) - WSU Online
 
Resident
 
Non-Resident
Direct Costs      
*Tuition
$11,386
 
$11,386
Indirect Costs      
Books and Supplies
$720
 
$720
Room
$6,930
 
$6,930
Board
$3,938
 
$3,938
Miscellaneous Expenses
$1,580
 
$1,580
Total
$24,554
 
$24,554

This budget is used for single undergraduate students without children and married students when both are students. The budget is based on 10-18 credits per term. You can change the amount of credits that are included in your budget by filling out a Fall Enrollment Verification or a Spring Enrollment Verification form. These forms can be found here. The per credit cost for resident students is $570 per credit and $570 per credit for non-residents.

2013-2014 WSU Online Program (Non-Traditional) - Undergraduate
Undergraduate Budget (Non-Traditional) - WSU Online
 
Resident
 
Non-Resident
Direct Costs      
*Tuition
$11,386
 
$11,386
Indirect Costs      
Books and Supplies
$720
 
$720
Room
$6,930
 
$6,930
Board
$4,230
 
$4,230
Miscellaneous Expenses
$1,580
 
$1,580
Total
$24,846
 
$24,846

This budget is used by students with dependents, undergraduates with a spouse not attending school, and students with special circumstances. The budget is based on 10-18 credits per term.You can change the amount of credits that are included in your budget by filling out a Fall Enrollment Verification or a Spring Enrollment Verification form. These forms can be found here. The per credit cost for resident students is $570 per credit and $570 per credit for non-residents.

2013-2014 WSU Online Program - Graduate Budget
Graduate Budget - WSU Online
 
Resident
 
Non-Resident
Direct Costs      
*Tuition
$11,736
 
$11,736
Indirect Costs      
Books and Supplies
$1134
 
$1134
Room
$6,930
 
$6,930
Board
$4,230
 
$4,230
Miscellaneous Expenses
$2,108
 
$2,108
Total
$26,138
 
$26,138

This budget is used for graduate students attending the WSU Online campus. The budget is based upon *5 credits per term. You can change the amount of credits that are included in your budget by filling out a Fall Enrollment Verification or a Spring Enrollment Verification form. These forms can be found here. The per credit cost for resident students is $561 per credit and $561 per credit for non-residents.

2013-2014 MBA Student Budget - Pullman Campus
MBA Budget - Pullman Campus
 
Resident
 
Non-Resident
Direct Costs      
*Tuition
$17,790
 
$33,198
Mandatory Fees  $884    $880
Indirect Costs
Books and Supplies
$1134
 
$1134
Room
$6,930
 
$6,930
Board
$4,230
 
$4,230
Miscellaneous Expenses
$2,108
 
$2,108
Total
$33,076
 
$48,480

This budget is used for online MBA students. The budget is based upon 10-18 regular credits per semester. The per credit cost for resident students is $890 per credit and $1660 per credit for non-residents.

2013-2014 Pharmacy Student Budget - Spokane Campus
Pharmacy Student - Spokane Campus
 
Resident
 
Non-Resident
Direct Costs      
Tuition
$20,512
 
$37,166
Health Fees
$170
 
$170
Indirect Costs      
Books and Supplies
$1,232
 
$1,232
Room
$6,930
 
$6,930
Board
$4,230
 
$4,230
Transportation Expenses
$1,434
 
$1,434
Miscellaneous Expenses
$2,108
 
$2,108
Total
$36,616
 
$53,270

This budget is for Pharmacy students on the Spokane Campus. This budget is based on 10-18 credits per term. The per credit cost for resident students is $1,026 per credit and $1,858 per credit for non-residents.

2013-2014 Veterinary Medicine (1st year) Student Budget
1st Year Veterinary Medicine - Pullman Campus
 
Resident
 
Non-Resident
Direct Costs      
Tuition
$22,352
 
$53,406
Mandatory Fees
$880
 
$880
Program Fees
$1,000
 
$1,000
Indirect Costs      
Books and Supplies
$1,232
 
$1,232
Room
$6,930
 
$6,930
Board
$4,230
 
$4,230
Transportation Expenses
$1,434
 
$1,434
Miscellaneous Expenses
$2,108
 
$2,108
Total
$40,166
 
$71,220

This budget is used for first year Veterinary Medicine students. This budget is based on 10-18 credits per term. The per credit cost for resident students is $1,118 per credit and $2,670 per credit for non-residents.

2013-2014 Veterinary Medicine (2nd year) Student Budget
2nd Year Veterinary Medicine - Pullman Campus
 
Resident
 
Non-Resident
Direct Costs      
Tuition
$22,352
 
$53,406
Mandatory Fees
$880
 
$880
Program Fees
$1,000
 
$1,000
Indirect Costs      
Books and Supplies
$1,232
 
$1,232
Room
$6,930
 
$6,930
Board
$4,230
 
$4,230
Transportation Expenses
$1,434
 
$1,434
Miscellaneous Expenses
$2,108
 
$2,108
Total
$40,166
 
$71,220

This budget is used for second year Veterinary Medicine students. This budget is based on 10-18 credits per term. The per credit cost for resident students is $1,118 per credit and $2,670 per credit for non-residents.

2013-2014 Veterinary Medicine (3rd year) Student Budget
3rd Year Veterinary Medicine - Pullman Campus
 
Resident
 
Non-Resident
Direct Costs      
Tuition
$22,352
 
$53,406
Mandatory Fees
$880
 
$880
Program Fees
$1,400
 
$1,400
Indirect Costs      
Books and Supplies
$1,232
 
$1,232
Room
$6,930
 
$6,930
Board
$4,230
 
$4,230
Transportation Expenses
$1,434
 
$1,434
Miscellaneous Expenses
$2,108
 
$2,108
Total
$40,566
 
$71,620

This budget is used for third year Veterinary Medicine students. This budget is based on 10-18 credits per term. The per credit cost for resident students is $1,118 per credit and $2,670 per credit for non-residents.

2013-2014 Veterinary Medicine (4th year) Student Budget
4th Year Veterinary Medicine - Pullman Campus
 
Resident
 
Non-Resident
Direct Costs      
Tuition
$22,352
 
$53,406
Mandatory Fees
$880
 
$880
Program Fees
$1,800
 
$1,800
Indirect Costs      
Books and Supplies
$1,232
 
$1,232
Room
$6,930
 
$6,930
Board
$4,230
 
$4,230
Transportation Expenses
$1,434
 
$1,434
Miscellaneous Expenses
$2,108
 
$2,108
Total
$40,966
 
$72,020

This budget is used for fourth year Veterinary Medicine students. This budget is based on 10-18 credits per term. The per credit cost for resident students is $1,118 per credit and $2,670 per credit for non-residents.

2013-2014 Nursing Traditional Undergraduate Budget
Nursing Traditional Undergraduate
 
Resident
 
Non-Resident
Direct Costs      
Tuition
$11,396
 
$24,478
Mandatory Health Fee
$170
 
$170
Nursing Program Fees
$264
 
$264
Indirect Costs      
Books and Supplies
$960
 
$960
Room
$6,930
 
$6,930
Board
$3,938
 
$3,938
Transportation Expenses
$1,434
 
$1,434
Miscellaneous Expenses
$2,108
 
$2,108
Total
$27,200
 
$40,282

This budget is for undergraduate nursing students who are single without children or married students when both are students. This budget is based on 10-18 credits. The per credit cost for resident students is $570 per credit and $1,1224 per credit for non-residents.

2013-2014 Nursing Non-Traditional Undergraduate Budget
Nursing Non-Traditional Undergraduate
 
Resident
 
Non-Resident
Direct Costs      
Tuition
$11,396
 
$24,478
Mandatory Health Fee
$170
 
$170
Nursing Program Fees
$264
 
$264
Indirect Costs      
Books and Supplies
$960
 
$960
Room
$6,930
 
$6,930
Board
$4,230
 
$4,230
Transportation Expenses
$1,434
 
$1,434
Miscellaneous Expenses
$2,108
 
$2,108
Total
$27,492
 
$40,574

This budget is for undergraduate nursing students who have dependents, a spouse not attending school, or students with special circumstances. This budget is based on 10-18 credits per term. The per credit cost for resident students is $570 per credit and $1,1224 per credit for non-residents.

2013-2014 Nursing Graduate Budget
Graduate Nursing Student
 
Resident
 
Non-Resident
Direct Costs      
Tuition
$17,756
 
$32,778
Mandatory Health Fee
$170
 
$170
Nursing Program Fees
$264
 
$264
Indirect Costs      
Books and Supplies
$1,134
 
$1,134
Room
$6,930
 
$6,930
Board
$4,230
 
$4,230
Transportation Expenses
$1,434
 
$1,434
Miscellaneous Expenses
$2,108
 
$2,108
Total
$34,026
 
$49,048

This budget is used for graduate nursing students. Non-resident students: Student Financial Services awards all graduate students initially with resident tuition rates as many non-resident graduate students will be receiving a tuition waiver. If this is not the case for you, please file a revision request form to have your budget increased to the non-resident cost here. The per credit cost for resident students is $888 per credit and $1,639 per credit for non-residents.

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