Tuition and Fees
The tuition rates listed are effective for the 2011-2012 academic year and are subject to change.
|$500 /credit hour|
|$675 /credit hour|
Active Duty Military, Reservists, & National Guard* Students enrolled in:
|Metropolitan Locations1:||$330 /credit hour|
|$470 /credit hour|
1except doctoral students and other specialized degree areas
*Retired military, federal and contract employees of the installation, and dependents of active duty military also qualify for a reduced tuition rate in on-base in-class courses.
|Application fee (degree and nondegree--nonrefundable)||$50|
Graduation fee (nonrefundable)
Payment and/or payment arrangements are required at registration. The payment option form is available in the Registration location, the Academic Advising Center, and the Business Office. The payment options offered include:
- Financial aid
- Direct billing to a third party (i.e., employer)
- Tuition assistance paid by a government agency, e.g., military
- Employer reimbursement
- Deferred payment plan
- Payment in full
The first four options require the submission of appropriate documentation. The deferred payment plan option requires a deferred payment fee to be paid at the time of registration. The University reserves the right to refuse deferred payment privileges for any student whose account is overdue or has been overdue in the past.
Webster accepts MasterCard, Discover, VISA, and money orders or personal checks made payable to Webster University as payment.
Students are financially responsible for all courses not officially dropped by the deadline. Webster University reserves the right to withhold transcripts or diplomas related to enrollment for a current term and/or refuse or cancel enrollment for future terms, if any tuition or other fees or charges owed to the University are not paid when due. In the event an account is referred to an agency or attorney for collection, the student promises to pay, in addition to all amounts otherwise due to Webster University, the costs and expenses of such collection and/or representation not to exceed 33-1/3% of the amount owed, including, without limitation, reasonable attorneys' fees and expenses (whether or not litigation is commenced), to the extent permitted by applicable law.
The student tuition refund rates apply when a student drops or withdraws from a course in accordance with University enrollment policies and the refund has been approved.
All student refunds/tuition waivers, including those for online courses, are made according to the following schedule:
|Date||16-Week Class||8- or 9-Week Class|