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Undergraduate Tuition and FeesAt Worcester State University, we are committed to providing academic excellence that our students can afford. Worcester State is ranked a “Best Value” college by The Princeton Review and is the only Massachusetts State University to earn a “Best in the Northeast” for 13 consecutive years. Below are our undergraduate costs for the 2017-2018 academic year:
Cost for Full-Time In-State Student
Tuition:MA ResidentNon-ResidentN.E. Regional
Wasylean Hall Sheehan HallSingle (additional charge) Residence Activity FeeTechnology and Equipment FeeResident Parking Fee (satellite lot)BoardDamage Deposit (1st semester)
$7,946.00$7,646.00$8,346.00$8,166.00$400.00 $50.00$220.00$100.00$3,750.00 $100
Student Teaching (per course)Lab Instruction (per course)Art Model Fee (per course)Applied Music Fee (per course)Application Fee (per item)Transcript Fee (per item)Fieldwork Supervision (per credit hour)Internship (per credit hour)
$90.00 per course$25.00 per course$260.00 per course $50.00 per item$5.00 per item$15.00$15.00
* Undergraduate day division courses are offered Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.** Undergraduate courses in the Division of Graduate and Continuing Education begin at 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, and online.General Refund PolicyWSU’s general refund policy applies to all full- and part-time students enrolled in regularly scheduled courses at WSU other than those attending WSU for the first time (in the current academic year) and receiving financial aid. This policy applies to all tuition, room, board, fees, and other standard billed charges.
Refunds for withdrawal from WSU or withdrawal from courses will be made based on the following schedule if official notice of withdrawal has been received in writing and certified by the registrar:
Refund of federal Title IV financial aid will be based on the date a student completely withdraws from WSU as described above. During the first 60% of the semester or summer term, a student earns Title IV funds in direct proportion to the length of time he or she remained enrolled. A student who remains enrolled beyond the 60% point earns all aid for the semester or summer term.The percentage of the semester or summer term that a student remains enrolled is derived by dividing the number of days a student remains in attendance by the number of days in a semester. Calendar days are used but breaks of at least 5 days are excluded from both the numerator and the denominator.Unearned federal Title IV aid other than federal work-study must be repaid in the following order:
Students must repay 100% of unearned loans according to the terms of their promissory note. Only 50% of unearned grants must be repaid within 30 days of withdrawal from Worcester State University.
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