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 2018.

50% first-year financial aid recipients receiving total scholarships and grants that exceed $55,000

81% first-year financial aid recipients receiving total scholarships and grants that exceed $25,000

$3,950 typical net price for families with annual income below 30,000* ($0 parent contribution, $1,200 student summer earnings contribution, and $2,750 student work-study)

$5,750 typical net price for families with annual income between $30,000 and $60,000* ($1,800 parent contribution, $1,200 student summer earnings contribution, and $2,750 student work-study)

$12,450 typical net price for families with annual income between $60,000 and $90,000* ($5,000 parent contribution, $1,200 student summer earnings contribution, $3,500 student loan, and $2,750 student work-study)

44% first-year students receiving scholarships and grants to make Wesleyan affordable

*Net price equals cost of attendance ($72,639) minus total grant aid. Families help meet the net price with family income and assets, student loans, and student employment.  Numbers do not include international non-U.S. citizens.