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Commencement 2019

Tuition & Fees 2018-2019

Day Students1

Full time (12-18 credit hours) $36,010.00/year $18,005.00/semester
Part time (less than 12 credit hours) $1500 per credit hour
Overload (more than 18 credit hours) $1,500.00 for each add'l hour
over 18 credit hours

Evening and Weekend Students

Evening and Weekend Classes $399 per credit hour

Day and Evening/Weekend Summer programs

Summer classes $399 per credit hour
Summer housing $109 per week

Online Programs

Undergraduate degree completion students $399 per credit hour
Graduate MBA students $499 per credit hour

MAEd Program

MAEd classes $399 per credit hour



Day students (for credit) $1,500 per credit hour
Evening and Weekend students (for credit) $399.00 per credit hour
Other students (non-credit)2 $50 per credit hour

Winter Session

For full time Day students (12+ CH) fall and spring 3 $250 Day
Part-Time Day students fall or spring $250+1,500 per credit hour
Evening and Weekend students $399 per credit hour
Day students finishing up grad.requirements from the fall sem 4 $399 per credit hour
Winter Housing $430

Freshman Mandatory Winter Fee5

Winter Session - Resident $1,170 Fee
Winter Session - Commuter $740 Fee

Miscellaneous Annual Fees

Housing Damage Deposit (Residents Only) $150 Fee
Car Decal $100 (per vehicle)
Student Activity Fee (Day students Only) $200.00
Technology Fee (Day students Only) $450.00
Student Health Insurance (Optional) $1,529

1Day students enrolled in between 12 and 18 credit hours per semester will be charged the full-time rate. Day students attending less than 12 semester hours will
be considered part-time and will be charged $1,500 per credit hour. Students enrolled in more than 18 hours at the conclusion of the drop/add week of either the
fall or spring semester are considered in overload and will be charged $1,500 for each credit hour over 18.
2Students auditing a class for non-credit are charged $50 per credit hour. Students age 65 and up are charged $50 per course.
3Non-Freshmen students enrolled full-time during fall and spring semesters may take a course during winter session at no additional cost beyond the winter
session fee. If a student attends winter session and does not return for the spring semester, they will be charged $1,500 per credit hour for the winter session
course in addition to the winter session fee.
4Students finishing up their graduation requirements during the winter semester are charged the Evening/Weekend per credit hour rate.
5All incoming Freshmen are required to attend the winter session. Students will be charged the non-refundable resident or commuter fee during their incoming
fall semester.

The charges listed above are the average cost of attendance at Virginia Wesleyan University. For a complete list of charges, please visit Virginia Welseyan University's website at Some courses have additional fees; please see specific course descriptions on MyPortal at the University website.

If payments are not received by the due date, the University may cancel the student's registration and housing assignment.

Students with account balances and/or financial holds will not be permitted to register for future terms, nor will the University release transcripts or diplomas.

If a student balance becomes past due and is sent to a collection agency, the student is responsible for all collection agency fees, attorney fees, court costs and
other costs necessary for the collection of the balance.
Additional information on University policies and procedures is available in our catalog at