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2016-17 Tuition & Costs
Full-Time: Per Year
Tuition (12-18* hours)
Room (shared occupancy)
Board (18 meals a week)
A one-time $200 enrollment fee is required of all full-time, undergraduate students in order to register for classes and reserve aid awards. Allow approximately $500 per semester for books. Nursing clinical and student teaching fees are an additional $50 per credit hour. ACCK special education courses incur additional charges. See the 15-16 College Catalog for more details.
*An overload fee for hours in excess of 18 is an additional $130 per credit hour. Activity-based courses such as varsity athletics, choir, band, orchestra, music lessons, forensics, debate, and theatre are excluded from overload charges.
Part-time, Per Semester
Less than 1/2 time
Pre-freshmen (up to six hours per semester):
Tuition per credit hour (includes books)*
*Effective with graduate classes beginning ON OR AFTER August 1, 2017, text books will no longer be included.
Are available for purchase from the Yotee’s Bookstore either at its location in the KWU Student Activities Center on the ground floor, or on-line at http://www.yoteesbooks.com/. To know what textbooks you will need for each class, log on to your MYKWU account, on the main page, on the left side, you will see a link titled “MY COURSES”. Click on this link to see information about your course and your professor and learn about your text book and other required course materials.
OPTION #1: Payment in full by August 1 (fall semester) and January 1 (spring semester)
OPTION #2: Automatic bank draft provides withdrawal from a checking account four times throughout the semester (refer to the dates below).
After all applicable financial assistance is applied to the students charges for the semester, (including a $25 fee for this program) the remaining balance is divided into four equal installments and deducted from the bank account you designated according to the following schedule:
August 1, 2016 (1/4th of remaining balance)
January 1, 2017 (1/4th of remaining balance)
September 1, 2016 (1/4th of remaining balance)
February 1, 2017 (1/4th of remaining balance)
October 1, 2016 (1/4th of remaining balance)
March 1, 2017 (1/4th of remaining balance)
November 2, 2016 (remaining balance)
April 1, 2017 (remaining balance)
Bank drafts returned for insufficient funds or closed accounts will cause the student account to be assessed a $10.00 fee. Requests for alternative dates for drafting, if approved, will also be assessed a $10.00. Late enrollment in the bank draft program (after the first draft date) will require the amount of missed drafts to be paid by cash, check, or credit card before the bank draft enrollment will be accepted by KWU.
Students who fail to pay any amounts when due are not eligible to re-enroll, or receive grades, transcripts or diplomas until the accounts have been settled or a release has been given by the Business Manager. The University reserves the right to charge a student for damages to University property as a result of carelessness.
Interest on delinquent payments will be assessed at the rate of 1% per month on the unpaid balance. Any and all collection effort expenses will be passed on to the delinquent student. The failure of the University to enforce these provisions at any one time or with respect to any one student shall not constitute a waiver of the right of the University to enforce it at any other time, at all times, or with respect to any other student.