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Tuition and Fees

We're one of the least expensive private higher education institutions in Pennsylvania and in the nation.

Average Costs

$23,970
Full-time tuition cost for the Fall 2018–Spring 2019 year
 
$10,160
Annual standard room and board costs for undergraduate resident students

$11,000
Average annual institutional aid a student receives

2018-2019 Waynesburg University Annual Costs

Undergraduate On-Campus Students
The estimated annual cost for a resident student in a traditional double room with the 19 Meal Plan is $34,980.

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Explanation of Costs

Category Cost
Tuition (12-18 hours) $23,970
University Fee (For student organizations, service, facilities, and athletic events) $550
Technology Fee (For the acquisition, installation, and required maintenance of current, emerging, and state-of-the-art technologies to further augment educational environments, enhance student-learning outcomes, and to ensure students achieve skills required in competitive, technologically transformed workplaces. $300
Traditional Double Room $5,140
Traditional Private Room and Suite Style Double Room $7,220
19 Meal Plan: This maximum meal plan gives you the most meal options on campus. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are available Monday through Friday and brunch and dinner are available on Saturday and Sunday $5,020
14 Meal Plan: Choose any 14 of the maximum 19 meals offered throughout the week.  $4,770
10 Meal Plan: Choose any 10 meals throughout a week. Weekly meal plans begin at Saturday brunch and end at Friday dinner. $4,620
5 Meal Plan: Available for seniors only. When you have 90+ credits, this flexible meal plan can accommodate your busy schedule that may include internships and student teaching, when you’ll likely be eating off campus. $1,610
Per credit cost (Less than 12 credits) $990
Per credit cost (Over 18 credits per semester) $660

These costs do not include the costs of transportation, books or other incidental expenses. Summer Sessions are billed separately and are not included in the annual costs listed here. Please see the academic catalog for full listing of costs and fees.

Undergraduate Commuter/Off-campus Students

The estimated annual cost for commuter/off-campus students is $24,820.  

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Explanation of Costs

Category Cost
Tuition (12-18 hours) $23,970
University Fee for student organizations, service, facilities, and athletic events $550
Technology Fee, includes the acquisition, installation, and required maintenance of current, emerging, and state-of-the-art technologies to further augment educational environments, enhance student-learning outcomes, and to ensure students achieve skills required in competitive, technologically transformed workplaces. $300
5 Meal Plan: Commuters can choose any five meals throughout the week to eat while on campus. $1,610
Per credit cost (Less than 12 credits) $990
Per credit cost (Over 18 credits per semester) $660

These costs do not include the costs of transportation, books or other incidental expenses. Summer Sessions are billed separately and are not included in the annual costs listed here. Please see the academic catalog for full listing of costs and fees.

Graduate and Professional Students

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Explanation of Costs

Program Cost Per Credit
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN)  $600
Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)  $800
Doctor of Philosophy in Counselor Education and Supervision (PhD)  $800
Master of Arts in Counseling (MA)      $680
Master of Arts in Criminal Investigation (MACI) $665
Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) $665
Master of Business Administration (MBA) $665
Master of Education (MEd) $665
Master of Science in Athletic Training (MSAT) $665
Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) $665
Housing and meal plans   N/A

These costs do not include the costs of transportation, course materials or other incidental expenses. Please see the academic catalog for full listing of costs and fees.