Western Kentucky University

Student Financial Assistance

2013-2014 Estimated Cost of Attendance**

 

UNIVERSITY and COMMUNITY COLLEGE
UNDERGRADUATE
.
Tuition*
Meals
Room
Books
Total Estimated Budget
  Semester Year    Semester Year Semester Year Semester Year Semester

Year

In-
State

4,361

8,722

1,103-1,622

2,206-3,244

1,985-2,160

3,970-4,320

500

1000

7,949-8,643

15,898-17,286

T.I.P.

5,784

11,568

1,103-1,622

2,206-3,244

1,985-2,160

3,970-4,320

500

1000

9,372-10,066

18,744-20,132

Out of
State

11,124

22,248

1,103-1,622

2,206-3,244

1,985-2,160

3,970-4,320

500

1000

14,712-15,406

29,424-30,812

 

 Cost of Education

The amounts listed below are standard figures used for budgeting purposes and eligibility for need-based financial aid for the 2012-2013 academic year. Please note that tuition and fees, housing (for on campus residents) and board (for students with meal plans) are the only costs which are paid directly to Western Kentucky University. If a student chooses to charge his/her books to the university bill, this charge will also be reflected on the bill. Room and board for on campus students are a range and are not a reflection of your actual billed charges. Books and supplies, transportation and personal costs will vary for each student and are estimates only.

**Tuition, meals, and room are charges that will appear on the student's bill. Students and parents should prepare for other indirect out-of-pocket expenses for miscellaneous personal needs and transportation.


T.I.P. stands for Tuition Incentive Program.

This is a tuition grant for participating counties in the states of Georgia, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Ohio and Tennessee. A complete listing of these counties is available in the Office of Admissions, 117 Potter Hall, Phone (270) 745-2551 or from the Student Financial Assistance web site at www.wku.edu/scholarship/tip.php.


T
uition:
This includes both tuition and fees associated with enrollment at WKU. Tuition charges are dependent upon the number of credit hours a student is enrolled. The estimates provided are based on full-time enrollment.

Meals: These estimates are based on 19 meals per week. A variety of meal plans are available through WKU's Dining Services, located in DUC, Room 124, Phone (270) 745-2416.

Room: This range is based on campus lodging in a double occupancy room with air conditioning. Rates may vary, depending upon different accommodation options. Housing and Residence Life is located in 18 Southwest Hall, Phone (270) 745-4359.

Books: These are expenses associated with purchasing both books and supplies. WKU's Book Store is located on the third floor of DUC, Phone (270) 745-2466.

*Tuition charges for the semester are based on fall/spring tuition rates.

 

 Last Modified 8/30/13