Student Accounts

Tuition and Fees

ANNUAL UNDERGRADUATE COSTS (2013 — 2014)
Tuition $41,990
Fees $315
Room and Board $10,380*
Residential Hall Fees (Estimated) $120
Books and Supplies (Estimated) $950
Health Insurance $2,695**
Total Estimated Costs $56,450

* The Room and Board rate is based upon standard multiple occupancy in a residence hall and Meal Plan B. Actual rates may differ depending upon room type and meal plan selected.

** If you have comparable coverage you may waive this yearly premium. For complete information concerning student health insurance please see the Student Insurance webpage.

ANNUAL GRADUATE SCHOOL COSTS (2013 - 2014)
(Click on link for cost details)
College of Law $55,919
Atkinson Graduate School of Management (Full-time MBA) $46,698 to $50,698
Atkinson Graduate School of Management (MBA for Professionals) View here
Graduate School of Education View here

Student Health Insurance

Because good health and access to health care are essential to student learning and academic success, Willamette University requires all domestic students enrolled half time or more to have health insurance coverage. All international students must also carry health insurance to study at Willamette University. Please refer to the Student Insurance Requirements section of the Student Insurance webpage for additional information regarding credit requirements and excluded programs.

Willamette University offers a comprehensive insurance plan that supports student well being and peace of mind. You may waive purchasing the Willamette University Student Insurance plan if you have comparable coverage from another source within the enrollment period each year. Insurance premiums will be charged to your student account if you do not waive the plan.

Information available on our website includes:

Application Fee

Willamette University has a $50 application fee. Submit your payment on the Common Application website.

Advance Deposit: $500

A nonrefundable advance deposit submitted by students who have been accepted is due by May 1, which is National Candidate Reply Date. This guarantees an entering student a position in the incoming class, and on housing and registration rosters. This deposit is credited toward the student’s first-semester tuition bill.