Estimated tuition per semester
Fall 2013 and Spring 2014
Please note this chart includes only undergraduate and graduate resident and nonresident rates. WSU has several different programs with different rates including studies in Veterinary Medicine, Doctor of Pharmacy, Graduate in Nursing, WWAMI, and a Special Masters in Business Administration. If you are interested in one of those areas, please contact those departments for their entrance requirements and tuition rates.
|Full time (10-18 credits)||$5,693.00||$5,868.00|
|Over 18 credits (add per credit)||$544.00 (per credit)||$561.00 (per credit)|
|Part time (less than 10 credits)||$570.00 (per credit)||$587.00 (per credit)|
|Full time (10-18 credits)||$12,234.00||$12,584.00|
|Over 18 credits (add per credit)||$1,198.00 (per credit)||$1,233.00 (per credit)|
|Part time (less than 10 credits)||$1,224.00 (per credit)||$1,259.00 (per credit)|
Note: There is a two credit minimum charge.
Full-time students are in 10 through 18 credit hours for fee paying purposes but Federal Financial Aid rules require a minimum of 12 credits for undergraduate students.
Other mandatory fees include Special Course Fees, which can be viewed at the following web site http://www.schedules.wsu.edu/Schedules/Apps/CourseFees.ASP
Fees for late registration and late fee payment
- Late registration fee for students registering on or after August 25, 2008 (Fall)--January 12, 2009 (Spring): $25.00
- Late registration fee for students registering after September 5, 2008 (Fall)--January 23, 2009 (Spring): $100.00
Late fee payments on unpaid tuition and mandatory fees:
|FALL 2013||SPRING 2014|
|3%||September 3, 2013||January 28, 2014|
|5%||September 17, 2013||February 10, 2014|
|7%||October 2, 2013||February 25, 2014|
Anticipating your expenses
Indirect Costs (Resident and Non-Resident, for the academic 2010-11 year)
Books and supplies: $936**
Food and utilities: $3,898**
Transportation expenses: $1,434**
Miscellaneous expenses: $2,108**
* WSU Tri-Cities does not currently offer on-campus housing. Off-campus housing is available starting in Fall 2014 at The Timbers apartment complex in Richland — where WSU Tri-Cities provides a resident assistant to coordinate academic and social programming — or through other apartments or rentals in the area. Housing costs vary by apartment lease.