Affording Wesleyan

HOW IS WESLEYAN AFFORDABLE?

 
We will calculate your family contribution and meet 100% of your financial need. Check out these numbers for the first-year students entering Fall 2015.

37% first-year financial aid recipients receiving total scholarships and grants that exceed $55,000

51% first-year financial aid recipients receiving total scholarships and grants that equal or exceed the tuition amount ($49,274)

84% first-year financial aid recipients receiving total scholarships and grants that exceed $25,000

$5,905 average net price for families with annual income below 30,000*

$9,565 average net price for families with annual income between $30,000 and $60,000*

$19,065 average net price for families with annual income between $60,000 and $90,000*

46% first-year students receiving scholarships and grants to make Wesleyan affordable

*Net price equals cost of attendance ($64,443) minus total grant aid. Families help meet the net price with family income and assets, student loans, and student employment. The net price in the lower income ranges is inflated by a few families with unusually high assets relative to their income. Numbers do not include international non-U.S. citizens.