|1-11 quarter hours
12-16 quarter hours
More than 16 quarter hours
|$886 per quarter hour
$10,633 per quarter
$709 per additional quarter hour
$426 per quarter hour
Undergraduate students are charged for audited hours above or below bracket tuition. Graduate students are charged for all audited credits. Class fees are charged on audited classes. See the Undergraduate Bulletin for restrictions on audited classes.
Students with a Walla Walla University cumulative GPA of at least 3.00 who are taking at least 12 hours of non-audited classes pay $10 for each audited course instead of the "per quarter hour" charge. This fee is non-refundable after the fifth day of the quarter. Students in their first quarter at WWU are not eligible for this option because they do not have a WWU cumulative GPA.
Student Missionary Tuition
$15 for 12 credits per quarter. All eligible students who participate in the Christian Service Volunteer program through the Chaplain's Office will be registered full-time for WWU's Experiential Program, SMTF 100, provided they have received financial clearance from Student Financial Services. Registration cannot be retroactive. For more information on eligibility to participate in this program, contact either Campus Ministries or Student Financial Services.
Graduate Masters Student Tuition
$695 per quarter hour
Graduate Masters of Engineering Student Tuition
$886 per quarter hour
Graduate Doctoral Student Tuition
$1,139 per quarter hour
$465 per quarter hour
Full-time teachers are eligible for one-third off the regular graduate tuition rate. A copy of the school district's contract and acceptance into the graduate Education Program is required. Students are not eligible for WWU grants and scholarships, but may apply for Federal Direct Student Loans. The balance of the tuition not covered by awarded loans must be paid by the financial clearance deadline (no payment plan).
Walla Walla University High School Enrichment Tuition
$250 per class, limited to 4 credits per quarter
The High School Enrichment Program provides qualified high school seniors the opportunity to enroll in Walla Walla University courses on a space-available basis. Dual credit may be earned for both the high school diploma (at the discretion of the high school) and a university degree. Courses will appear on the university transcript. Any class fees or lab fees are the responsibility of the student.
Senior Citizen Discounted Tuition
The Senior Citizen Class Visitor Program (non-degree seeking) makes it possible for students who are 65 or more years of age to take advantage of the following reduced tuition rates Class or lab fees are the responsibility of the student.
- Take up to one four hour class for credit at one half of the regular tuition rate.*
- Sit in on a class for $100 per quarter.*^
* Permission of the instructor is required.
$376 per quarter
All tuition-paying undergraduate students registered for 6 or more hours are required to pay this fee. Taskforce, Student Missionaries, and ACA students will be exempt. Besides covering the cost of housing, club dues, internet access while on campus, excess student accident insurance, printing the first 100 pages in computer labs, access to the library, gym, and pool, and new technology for classrooms, etc., the General Fee now includes the former ASWWU Dues which provides for student publications and membership in Associated Students of Walla Walla University (ASWWU).
Students who are charged the General Fee for less than three quarters will need to pay an additional fee if they wish to receive the yearbook. Graduate students and others who are exempt from paying the General Fee may purchase student publications for prices set by the ASWWU editors.
$121 per quarter
All tuition paying graduate students registered for 4 or more hours are required to pay this fee. This fee covers internet access while on campus, Excess Student Accident Insurance, new technology for classrooms, graduation fee, etc. Students on the College Place campus also receive access to the library, gym and pool, and printing the first 100 pages in the computer labs.
Since the General Fee for graduate students does not include ASWWU dues, graduate students wanting campus publications such as the Mask and the yearbook may purchase these publications for prices set by the ASWWU editors.