Tuition & Aid

Tuition & Fees

How much is tuition for the Human Services Program?

Current tuition rates may be viewed by visiting this Student Accounts web page (Distance-Learning students should scroll down to the Extension / Self-Supporting Programs section).

When is tuition due for each quarter?

Tuition is due approximately two weeks after classes begin on main campus. Refer to your registration information for specific dates. By registering, a student incurs a legal debt to the University and can be released from that obligation only by formally withdrawing within the full-refund period. Students who fail to pay the full amount of tuition and fees by the stated deadline may be administratively withdrawn from the University. In order to be reinstated after such withdrawal, a student must pay the full amount of tuition plus a reinstatement fee to "re-add" the classes.  In addition to this Late Add Fee, there is an interest charge and a Late Payment Fee that will be assessed to students who complete their transaction after the first day of class. Find out more now.

Financial Aid

Western Washington University makes every effort to provide financial assistance to eligible applicants through grants, scholarships, work study, loans, or some combination of these student aid programs. Aid is available to help meet educational costs including tuition and fess, books and educational supplies, room and board, transportation and personal expenses. Eligibility for financial aid is determined by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on an annual basis. For summer financial aid, students must also complete a WWU Financial Aid Summer Application. Visit Financial Aid.

If you have additional questions or want an information packet mailed to you, please contact your nearest Human Services program location.

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