Academic Fees 2014-15

Aviation Fees

Walla Walla University awards aviation scholarships to subsidize a portion of the flight-training costs.

A student taking AVIA 140, Introduction to Flight, receives a $345 scholarship to put towards the costs of the two-hour flight requirement. Costs in excess of the $345 scholarship are the student's responsibility and must be paid in advance.

For any other flight training class, the student receives a scholarship of $375 for each credit hour of flight course in which the student enrolls. The scholarship money is deposited into the student's aviation account from which the student's aviation program fees are paid as they are incurred. The student must maintain a minimum balance of $350 in this account at all times.

Should the total scholarship money in the student's aviation account be spent before the student completes or withdraws from the aviation program, the student must deposit funds into the account to cover further charges before they are incurred.

Should any scholarship money remain unused after the student completes or withdraws from the program, the money is returned to the general fund six months after the student's last flight training activity.

Whether covered by the scholarship or by the student, aviation program fees must be paid in advance. An additional variable fuel surcharge fee will apply to all flights when average fuel costs exceeds $6.50 per gallon. All aviation program fees are subject to change as a result of the fluctuation of operating costs. Please contact the Department of Technology for additional information concerning aviation flight costs.

PLANE AND FLIGHT TRAINING DEVICE RENTAL FEES

Cessna 172$120 per hour
Piper Arrow$150 per hour
Piper Seminole
Piper SuperCub
$285 per hour
$135 per hour
Computer Simulation
Frasca Mentor FTD
$35 per hour
Frasca TruFlite FTD
$50 per hour
INSTRUCTION FEES$45 per hour
STUDENT PILOT INSURANCE FEE$17.90 per year

LICENSE AND RATING FEES

Federal Aviation Administration Check Rides are required for student pilots earning licenses and ratings. The fees for these range from $350 to $850 depending on the license or rating sought.

Music Education Fees

MUSIC LESSON FEES

Students may take music lessons with or without receiving academic credit for the lessons. Students enrolled in lessons will be charged fees, in addition to any applicable tuition, according to the following schedule:

FOR CREDIT

Nine half-hour lessons $240 per quarter, plus tuition
Nine one-hour lessons $480 per quarter, plus tuition

FOR NO CREDIT

Nine half-hour lessons $276 per quarter                    
Nine one-hour lessons $552 per quarter                    


MUSIC FEES SCHOLARSHIP

Music Fees Scholarships equal to the lesson fees charged are available only to music "majors or minors* in good standing" who meet the following criteria:

1. They have completed MUCT 121-123, Theory I and MUCT 131-133, Ear Training I
2. They have passed their juries and have been accepted into the music program
3. They enroll for at least 12 credit hours

Students taking music lessons prior to meeting the above criteria are required to pay the fees during the quarter in which they register for the lessons. Students matriculating at WWU prior to Fall 2011 are eligible for the retroactive Music Fees Scholarship. Only those lessons which are needed to complete requirements for a music major or minor are included in the scholarship program.

A minimum of nine 30-minute lessons per quarter and daily practice totaling five clock hours per week corresponds to one credit hour of music lessons.

It is the student's responsibility to meet the appointed time for lessons. The teacher is obligated to provide opportunity for makeup lessons only in cases of illness or emergency. Excused absences may be made up at the discretion of the teacher if previous arrangements have been made. Lessons falling on holidays or vacations are not made up unless this results in the student receiving fewer than nine lessons during the quarter.

If a student taking lessons for credit discontinues the lessons, the student must submit a Change of Registration form to the Academic Records Office at the time the lessons are discontinued. A student taking noncredit lessons must inform the Music Office if the student discontinues lessons.

The Music Fees Scholarship is under revision. A new program will be offered for subsequent years.

*Only full-time majors who completed the above criteria prior to June 30, 2012, and minors who completed the above criteria prior to June 30, 2011 are eligible to receive the Music Fees Scholarship.

INSTRUMENT RENTAL

Students may rent band or orchestra instruments for $75 per quarter.

NURSING DEPOSIT

When a student is accepted into the nursing program, a $300 (U.S.) non-refundable deposit is required to secure a place in the program. The deposit will be applied towards tuition, although the deposit cannot be used towards the quarter's down payment.

Course Fees

 

Course Number Course NameQuarterly Fee
XXXX 495Alternative Colloquium +$100
ART 194, 195, 196Introduction to Panting I, II, III50
ART 264, 265, 266 Introduction to Sculpture I, II, III25
ART 284, 285, 286 Introduction to Pottery I, II, III25
ART 294, 295, 296 Introduction to Printmaking I, II, III25
ART 317, 318, 319Printmaking IV, V, VI25
ART 334, 335, 336 Painting IV, V, VI50
ART 364, 365, 366 Sculpture IV, V, VI25
ART 374, 375, 376 Pottery & Ceramic Sculpture IV, V, VI25
ART 395Methods of Teaching Art20
ASTR 144, 145, 146General Astronomy Laboratory15
AUTO 135 A&B Internal Combustion Engine Laboratory30
AUTO 135 C Internal Combustion Engine Laboratory40
AUTO 146 Manual Drive Trains and Axles Laboratory45
AUTO 157 Electrical Systems Laboratory45
AUTO 315Engine Performance Laboratory40
AUTO 336Suspension and Steering Systems Laboratory +50
AUTO 338Brake Systems and Traction Control Laboratory+50
AUTO 356Climate Control Systems Laboratory40
AUTO 358Automatic Transmissions and Transaxles Laboratory40
AUTO 365Diesel Engines40
AUTO 414
AUTO 434
Advanced Engine Performance+
High Performance Engine Training
50
40
AUTO 466Body Electronics and Computer Systems +50
AUTO 473Alternative Fuels +50
AVIA 141Private Pilot Lectures150
AVIA 261Instrumental Pilot Lectures150
AVIA 270Multi-Crew Flight Operations +475
AVIA 334Commercial Pilot Lectures150
AVIA 355Aviation Safety +475
AVIA 356Flight Instructor Training, I300
AVIA 455Crew Resource Management +475
AVIA 458Instrument Instructor Flight Training150
AVIA 496Senior Seminar+285
BIOL 105, 106Contemporary Biology (Lab)45
BIOL 121, 122, 123Anatomy and Physiology (Lab)45
BIOL 141, 142, 143General Biology (Lab)45
BIOL 222Microbiology45
BIOL 305
BIOL 360
BIOL 381
BIOL 382
BIOL 383
General Ecology
Plant Biology
Cell Biology I: Structure and Bioenergetics
Cell Biology II: Genetics and Molecular Biology
Cell Biology III: Genetics and Regulation
50
45
45
45
45
BIOL 403 Ornithology - College Place Campus50
BIOL 403Ornithology - Rosario Campus200
BIOL 405Natural History of Vertebrates50
BIOL 410Limnology45
BIOL 417, 517Behavior of Marine Organisms200
BIOL 426Systematic Botany40
BIOL 430Molecular Biology Techniques45
BIOL 440Human Anatomy600
BIOL 445Advanced Microbiology45
BIOL 458Marine Biology200
BIOL 460Marine Ecology200
BIOL 462Ichthyology200
BIOL 463Marine Phycology200
BIOL 466Immunology45
BIOL 468Comparative Physiology200
BIOL 475, 575Marine Invertebrates200
CHEM 101, 102Introductory Chemistry30
CHEM 144, 145, 146General Chemistry Laboratory30
CHEM 325, 326Introduction to Organic Laboratory +75
CHEM 335, 336Microscale Organic Laboratory +75
COMM 235Introduction to Filmmaking25
DENT 315Introduction to Dentistry+75
DRFT 121Fundamentals of CAD30
EDUC 472Introduction to Student Teaching 200
EDUC 495Colloquium: Child Abuse +200
EDUC 497Colloquium: Small Schools +200
ENGL 121College Writing I25
ENGL 122College Writing II15
ENGL 223Research Writing20
ENGL 323Writing for Engineers20
ENGR 354Digital Logic40
ENGR 355Embedded System Design40
FILM 215Introduction to Film Literature15
FILM 312Development of Film Literature15
FILM 318Film Studies15
FILM 319The American West in Document and Film15
FILM 416
GBUS 263
Teaching With Film Literature
Business Statistics
15
20
GNRL 101University Experience (Jumpstart) +210
GNRL 401
GRPH 124
Continuing Enrollment+
Introduction to Graphics
200
35
GRPH 125Introduction To Typography35
GRPH 235 Digital Imaging I +55
GRPH 255Graphic Design and Layout+50
GRPH 262Computer Illustration +50
GRPH 263Web Design I20
GRPH 273Web Design II20
GRPH 320Principles of Print Production+95
GRPH 336Digital Imaging II +50
GRPH 337Digital Imaging III +50
GRPH 3413-D Design I15
GRPH 3423-D Design II15
GRPH 3433-D Design III15
GRPH 345Designing for Large Format +150
GRPH 355Advanced Document Design +60
GRPH 365Web Animation20
GRPH 366Multimedia and Special Effects20
GRPH 370 Fundamentals of Packaging +90
GRPH 445Graphic Services30
GRPH 463Web Publishing20
GRPH 492Portfolio Design +80
HIST 337Baseball and American Culture +50
HLTH 110Wellness for Living15
HLTH 217 First Aid +60
HLTH 315 Etiology of Selected Diseases+50
HLTH 328 Basic Therapy30
HLTH 437 Community Nutrition30
HONR 141Honors College Writing I25
HONR 142Honors College Writing II15
HONR 243Honors Research Writing20
HONR 310, 311Science and The Arts +50
INDS 210Modelmaking Techniques30
INDS 371, 372, 373Industrial Design20
INDS 425, 427Senior Studio I, II25
JOUR 257 Introduction to Photojournalism+60
JOUR 451Digital Publishing45
JOUR 457 Advanced Photojournalism+ 55
MDEV 001, 003Elementary Algebra, Intermediate Algebra +*65
MGMT 476Motivation and Leadership25
MGMT 489Strategic Management45
MKTG 381Principles of Marketing15
MUHL 134World Music40
NRSG 450 NCLEX Review+250
PEAC 107Lifeguard Training +75
PEAC 144Golf *+125
PEAC 157Backpacking35
PEAC 161Rock Climbing +55
PEAC 164Downhill Skiing/Snowboarding*+60
PETH 205Water Safety Instructors Course35
PETH 225Prevention of Injuries40
PETH 252Coaching Sports Activities: Golf110
PHTO 156Principals of Photography+70
PHTO 256intermediate Digital Photography+70
PHTO 356Advanced Digital Photography+90
PHTO 456Digital Photography and Imaging for Educators50
PHYS 204, 205Conceptual Physics Laboratory15
PHYS 214, 215, 216General Physics Laboratory15
PHYS 254, 255, 256Principles of Physics Laboratory15
PSYC 532Clinical Personality Assessment35
PSYC 534Cognitive Assessment35
RELP 131Introduction to Faith and Ministry40
RELP 236Church Worship +50
SOWK 529Field Education - Foundation30
SOWK 530Field Education - Advanced30
SOWK 490Field Practicum30
TECH 137Oxyacetylene Welding & Cutting +75
TECH 138Shielded Metal Arc Welding +75
TECH 139Specialized Welding +75
TECH 204Fundamentals of Electronics45
TECH 220 Introduction to Basic Woodworking30
TECH 224Advanced Woodworking30
TECH 223Introduction to Fine Woodworking45
TECH 236Introduction to Plastics25
TECH 241, 242, 343 Fabrication and Machining of Metals I, II, III40
TECH 335Computer Applications in Technology30
TECH 380Space Planning and Design10

  * Nonrefundable after the fourth day of the quarter

+ Fee is added to student's down payment for the quarter

Teaching Learning Center Fees

"Drop-in" Tutoring no charge
Private Tutoring $15 per hour

 

Graduate Student Fees

For additional information about the graduate program and about the fees graduate program participants can expect to incur, refer to the Walla Walla University Graduate Bulletin.

Examination Fees

ACTFL Language Proficiency ExamsOral (OPIc)
Written (WPT)
American College Testing Program (ACT) examination

$65
$65

$55
Challenge Examinations
Credit fee $60/credit hour
Examination $30
College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) test  
Student $100
Non-Student
Correspondence Tests fee for On-Line Class Examinations
Student
Non-Student
MAT Miller Analogies Testing
$105

First hour FREE
First hour $15, $5 per additional hour
$70
Nursing Achievement Test fee$50
LPN Validation Test Fee $85
Nursing Admission Test $10 per exam
Out-of-schedule examination fee $100 per exam
Pearson Fee for WA Assessment$300
Validation Examinations
Validation fee $10/credit hour
Examination fee $30

Other Fees

Academic Standards approved changes in registration$50
Adding/dropping a class after the fourth day of the quarter$25
Application - Undergraduate (nonrefundable) $40
Application - Graduate (nonrefundable)$50
Approved changes in registration after the deadline $50 per change
Audit class* one-half regular tuition
Diploma Replacement: Undergraduate $35
Diploma Replacement: Graduate $45
Enrollment Fee$200
Field TripsTeachers notify students of special fees to cover expenses
ID card replacement $15
Late Application for Degree (Senior Outline)~ $100
Late registration $75
Nursing clinical laboratory $30 per credit hour
Nursing drug test$15
Nursing lab make-up time$50 per instructor hour
Nursing Background security check$18
Probation Academic Mentor$125 per quarter
Returned check+ $25
Success2 Program (Freshman mentoring program)$125 per quarter
Transcript Request
Online Electronic Copy$8
Online Mailed Paper Copy$10
Hard Copy$15

* Students with a WWU cumulative grade-point average of at least 3.00 and taking at least 13 hours of non-audited classes pay $10 for each audited course in excess of 16 hours.

~ Students will be charged if they file an Application for Degree after the deadline. For June and August Graduates, the charge will be assessed if the application is not turned in by the end of winter quarter; for December graduates, if not turned in by the end of spring quarter; for March graduates, if not turned in by the end of autumn quarter.

+ Plus any international bank fees.

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Last update on September 12, 2014