WWC Summer Bulletin 2005 College Seal

Financial Information



Tuition

Tuition for the summer quarter is $462 per quarter hour. All students should plan to pay their tuition at the time of registration. Fees are charged as published in the online 2004-05 Walla Walla College Finance Bulletin at www.wwc.edu/services/sfs/financialbulletin.pdf. Workshops or extended field trips may require payment of special fees. Students applying to the Portland Campus Nursing program should contact the School of Nursing for financial information.

Tuition - NPUC Conference Teachers

Teachers from within the North Pacific Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists who are sponsored by their respective employing organizations may present a letter of sponsorship in lieu of tuition payment. However, teachers are expected to pay for books and supplies, graduation fees, any miscellaneous class fees, and room rental charges. Conference sponsorship does not cover classes requiring individualized instruction (aviation, music lessons, etc).

Tuition Refunds

A student withdrawing from classes during the summer quarter will receive a refund in accordance with the policy in the online Finance Bulletin. A 100% refund is given if no more than 10% of the class is over, 75% if no more than 20% of the class is over, and 50% if no more than 40% of the class is over. Refund deadlines vary according to the length and dates of the class; see below for schedule of refund dates.

When a student withdraws during the quarter, no refund will be made until 30 days after the close of the month in which the student withdrew. Students who leave school without completing withdrawal procedures will be charged until proper arrangements are made.

Class Dates 100% Refund Deadline 75% Refund Deadline 50% Refund Deadline

June 20-August 12

June 23

June 29

July 11

June 13-June 17

Before class begins

June 13

June 14

June 16-August 5

June 21

June 27

July 7

June 19-July 31

June 19

June 20

July 3

June 20-July 1

June 20

June 21

June 23

June 20-July 8

June 21

June 22

June 27

June 20-July 15

June 21

June 23

June 29

June 20-July 22

June 22

June 24

July 1

June 20-July 29

June 22

June 27

July 5

June 20-August 26

June 24

July 1

July 15

June 24-August 5

June 24

June 25

July 8

July 5-July 8

Before class begins

July 5

July 6

July 5-July 15

July 5

July 6

July 8

July 5-July 29

July 6

July 8

July 14

July 11-July 26

July 11

July 13

July 15

July 18-July 29

July 18

July 19

July 21

July 18-August 5

July 19

July 20

July 25

July 18-August 12

July 19

July 21

July 27

July 25-July 29

Before class begins

July 25

July 26

July 25-August 26

July 27

July 29

August 5

July 27-August 11

July 27

July 29

August 2

August 1-August 5

Before class begins

August 1

August 2

August 15-August 19

Before class begins

August 15

August 16

Housing (Main Campus)

Cafeteria

Vegetarian meals are available at the main campus on the cafeteria plan. Students eating in the cafeteria should plan approximately $55-60 per week for food.

Music Fees

Music lessons can be taken for credit or no credit. When lessons are taken for credit, in addition to the regular tuition charge there is a lesson fee of $225 per quarter for nine half-hour lessons or $450 per quarter for nine one-hour lessons. When lessons are not taken for credit, the lesson fee is $261 per quarter for nine half-hour lessons or $522 per quarter for nine one-hour lessons. Full-time music majors and minors who have taken MUCT 121-123 are not charged the lesson fee. Smart Start students who include music lessons in their 12-hour load are charged the lesson fee unless they are music majors or minors.

Miscellaneous Class Fees

Methods of Teaching Art

$10

Introductory Chemistry 101

$20

Introductory Chemistry 102

$20

Desktop Publishing

$30

Golf I (nonrefundable)

$90

Golf II (nonrefundable)

$150

Graphic Communication in the Classroom

$30

Wakeboarding & Water Activities

$100

Insurance

All registered, tuition-paying graduate and undergraduate students attending the College Place, Montana, Portland, or Rosario campuses, and students in the summer work program, are covered by the Student Accident Insurance policy.

If a student has been enrolled in the mandatory student sickness and additional accident insurance during the regular 2004-05 school year, that coverage is in effect through September 1, 2005. All new undergraduate students will be enrolled in this coverage for the summer at a cost of $281 unless they submit a waiver form verifying comparable coverage to Campus Health Services at registration time.

Employment (On-campus Student Work Program)

Although Walla Walla College strives to meet each student's needs, work opportunities are limited during the summer months. Students are strongly urged to make arrangements for work before arriving on campus because employment is not guaranteed. Permission to begin working is given only to students who are registered for summer quarter or who have been accepted for fall quarter. Employment opportunities are available in housekeeping, plant maintenance, The Express, library, campus offices, and academic departments.

Regulations require that all employees hired present original documents that establish both their identity and eligibility to work. All students wishing to work on the Walla Walla College campus will be required to present documents before they will be authorized to begin work. For more information, contact the Student Employment Center, (509) 527-2357 or (800) 656-2357.

Walla Walla College offers a SUMMER BONUS for students who are employed by Walla Walla College, Varsity Contractors, Inc., or Sodexho Food Service. Students who work a minimum of 460 hours at any of these locations during the summer of 2005 and who register for at least 12 hours of classes fall quarter 2005 will receive a refund of all dormitory room rent charged for the summer, excluding single room charges, or a refund of college housing rent charged for the summer, not to exceed the cost of living in the dormitory.

Financial Aid

Students who need assistance for summer quarter may apply for financial aid. Some Walla Walla College grant dollars may be available; some students may also be eligible for a Federal Pell Grant. Loans may be available, such as Federal Stafford loans and institutional loans through Walla Walla College.

Students who wish to be considered for federal grants and loans will want to mail their 2004-05 FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) by April 15, 2005. The FAFSA must be received by the federal processor by June 30, 2005. The federal government will not grant exceptions to this deadline. A student cannot be considered for the Federal Pell Grant, SEOG grant, Perkins Loan, Nursing Loan, or Stafford Loan if this deadline is missed.

A completed Financial Aid file contains:

  1. Correct SAR (Student Aid Report). The SAR is generated by the federal processor after a FAFSA is submitted. Students who list Walla Walla College (code 003799) on their FAFSA will have their SAR electronically sent to Walla Walla College by the federal processor. Students who did not list Walla Walla College on their FAFSA will need to contact Student Financial Services.
  2. Walla Walla College Financial Aid Application (FAA). The student should mail this directly to Student Financial Services at Walla Walla College.
  3. Proof of high school completion (final transcript or letter of verification).
  4. Additional documentation, if needed, for verification purposes.
Only financial aid that has been awarded by registration time may be deducted from the estimated costs. Students eligible for Federal or Washington State financial aid must be registered for classes by June 30. Students who register or add classes after that date cannot receive Federal or State financial aid for those classes.

Students who are on a waiting list or waiting for a letter of acceptance should complete the financial aid application. Awarding of financial aid does not constitute acceptance into Walla Walla College. However, if a student moves off the waiting list at the last moment, it is to the student's advantage to have the financial aid application already completed.


Marine Station — Rosario Beach

June 21 - August 11

Acceptance

Students planning to enroll at the Marine Station should submit a Marine Station application and deposit. Limited facilities at the Marine Station necessitate restricted enrollments in most classes; consequently, application does not guarantee acceptance. Early submission of application forms and deposit will increase the probability of acceptance. Application forms may be obtained from the director of the Marine Station, c/o Department of Biological Sciences, Walla Walla College, 204 South College Avenue, College Place, WA 99324; (509) 527-2602; rosario@wwc.edu; or online at www.wwc.edu/rosario.

Tuition

The tuition is $462 per quarter hour. Students registered for one or two upper-division (400+) courses are charged for 10 quarter hours plus a lab fee of $924. Affiliate students pay tuition and lab fees directly to the school in which they are enrolled.

Meals and Housing

All residents of single-student accommodations are charged a flat rate of $645 for meals for the summer session. Housing charges are as follows:

Deposit

In order to reserve enrollment and housing, a $40 deposit is required and due at the time of application. The deposit will be refundable if written cancellation of enrollment is received by May 15.

Insurance

All Rosario students must provide proof of health insurance coverage. Registered, tuition-paying Walla Walla College students are covered by a Student Accident Insurance policy.

Financial Arrangements

Financial arrangements must be made prior to arrival at the station. Contact Carolyn Janke, Student Financial Services, Walla Walla College, 204 South College Avenue, College Place, WA 99324, (509) 527-2815 or (800) 656-2815; stufin@wwc.edu.

Registration

Registration for classes will be held at the Marine Station on Tuesday, June 21, at 6:00 p.m. Students should arrive on campus June 21. Financial arrangements must be made prior to arrival at the station.

Textbooks

Books will be available for purchase at the Marine Station. Estimated costs are $170 for General Biology students, $250 for upper-division students.

Courses Offered

Upper-division and graduate courses are offered in two blocks. Block A classes meet the first half of each week, and Block B classes meet the last half of each week; thus, students may register for only one course in each block. Students taking General Biology may not register for upper-division or graduate courses.

Block A

BIOL 400                    Topics: Paleobiology (Goodwin)

BIOL 460                    *Marine Ecology (Cowles)

Block B

BIOL 400/516             *Behavior of Marine Organisms (Galusha/Clayton)

BIOL 463                    *Marine Phycology (Fitch)

Block AB

BIOL 101, 102, 103    General Biology (Watkins)

*Marine-oriented course