Tuition & Fees
Cost of Attendance: 2017 - 2018
(Nine-Month Academic Year)
Part-Time(below 12 credits)
|Tuition||$53,692||$37,772 ($1,988 x 19 credits) (1)|
|Room (3)||$14,400||$14,400||$1,600 (includes utilities)|
|Loan Fees (5)||$1,897||$1,444|
|Total||$79,774||$63,536||$2,260 per month|
The Cost of Attendance (COA) is the maximum amount of financial aid permitted from all sources during the nine-month school year. Institutional funds awarded by WCL, in combination with tuition-only outside assistance, cannot exceed WCL tuition.
While the COA cannot be increased to meet non-educational obligations, documented extraordinary expenses and/or special needs may be considered per federal regulations. The COA can be increased for a one-time computer and/or related equipment purchase under specified conditions.
In determining how best to cover expenses, consider the budget in its entirety with thought of adjusting expenses in one category to meet costs that may be higher in another. It should be noted that the room allowance is based on shared housing accommodations. Enrollment in six credit hours per semester is required for receipt of financial aid. Students taking more than 17 credits (with Registrar approval) are charged per credit above the standard rate.
Summer Application Process
- Complete a 2017-2018 FAFSA
- Submit the Application for Summer Assistance available under the Forms section of the WCL Financial Aid Office Website (Priority Deadline - May 1)
- If needed, complete a graduate PLUS request online at https://studentloans.gov
- Enroll in at least 6 credits to receive federal financial aid
Summer 2017 Cost of Attendance
Costs are associated with and limited to the period of enrollment
|Tuition/Fees (6 credits)||$11,567||$11,567|
*Includes Airfare and local transportation
- Tuition = $1,921 per credit hour
- Fees = $41
Enrollment in a minimum of 6 credit hours is required to receive federal financial aid. In compliance with federal regulations, WCL’s policy is to use an average of loan fees charged to all borrowers and included this as part of each student’s cost of attendance. Currency adjustments and living costs have been considered for all study abroad programs. Cost of attendance allowances for WCL students attending other institutions/programs are determined by the host institution/program.
In determining how best to cover expenses, consider the budget in its entirety with thought of adjusting expenses in one category to meet costs that may be higher in another. It should be noted that the room allowance is based on shared housing accommodations.
AU Washington College of Law reserve the right to modify or change the contents of the student budget without notice.