The Waynesburg University Financial Aid Office, per federal aid regulations, establishes student budgets each year as a basis for determining financial aid funding. These budgets are based on actual University charges for tuition, fees and housing and food if a resident student. They also include estimated indirect (non-billable) costs for the academic year (fall and spring semesters).
The following cost of attendance example is based on the following assumptions:
- Student is full-time (12-18 credits)
- Resident student is residing in a standard dorm room with a 19-meal plan
- Non-resident: Commuter- a student that resides at home with parents/relatives
- Non-resident: Off-campus- a student that lives in a non-university apartment
|Resident||Non-Resident: Off-Campus||Non-Resident: Commuter|
|Books & Supplies*||$1,500||$1,500||$1,500|
|Additional Food Allowance*||$670||$0||$0|
|TOTAL COST OF ATTENDANCE||$45,000||$45,000||$37,000|
*Indirect Costs- These items will not appear on the billing statement.