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Wesleyan College

Tuition & Aid
Bottom line

On average, Wesleyan’s tuition is about 50 percent less than the national average for private colleges. In addition, the university spends $4 million annually for student scholarships, grants, and campus jobs. Every year, Wesleyan awards nearly 100 scholarships, which are based on need. The average scholarship is more than $6,000. Scholarships recognize not only academic achievement but also leadership and artistic talent. Prospective students do not have to apply for individual scholarships. Wesleyan automatically matches prospective students with scholarships during the admissions process. One student maintains that the reason she chose Wesleyan was “the amount of money I was offered in scholarships. Wesleyan gave me the most merit-based scholarship money.” Georgia residents with a 3.0 GPA or better qualify for the $3,000 HOPE scholarship and receive an additional $1,000 from the Georgia Tuition Equalization Program.
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Visiting And Contact Information

4760 Forsyth Road

Macon, GA 31210-4462

United States

Phone: 478-477-1110

Fax: 478-757-4030

Website

Expenses per Academic Year
Tuition:$19,500
On-Campus Room and Board:$8,600
Average Cost for Books and Supplies:$2,000
Required Fees:$150
Other Expenses:$2,000
Estimated Room for Commuters (not living at home):$0.00
Estimate Board for Commuters (living at home):$2,150.00
Estimate Board for Commuters (not living at home):$0.00
Estimate Transportation for Commuters (living at home):$750.00
Estimate Transportation for Commuters (not living at home):$2,000.00
Cost Per Credit-Hour:$455
Tuition / Fees Vary by Year of Study:No

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Financial Aid Statistics
Financial Aid Rating: 78
Freshman receiving any financial aid:100%
Undergraduates receiving any financial aid:97%
Average Percent of Need Met:71%
Average Total Financial Aid Package:$19,206
Average Freshman Total Need-Based Gift Aid:$15,375
Average Undergraduate Total Need-Based Gift Aid:$14,775
Average Need-Based Loan:$4,847
Average amount of loan debt per graduate:$31,776
Undergraduates who have borrowed through any loan program:58%

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Available Aid
Financial Aid Methodology Used:Federal
Scholarships and Grants:Federal Pell
SEOG
State Scholarships / Grants
Private Scholarships
College / University Scholarships
Federal Direct Student Loan Programs:Direct Subsidized Stafford Loans
Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loans
Direct PLUS Loans
Federal Family Education Loan Program (FFEL):Federal Perkins Loans
State Loans
College/university loans from institutional funds
Other:Alternative or private education loans from various lending sources as chosen by student
Is Institutional Employment Available (other than Federal Work Study):Yes
Highest amount undergraduates earned annually from part-time on-campus work (not including Work Study):Yes
Direct Lender:No

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Financial Aid for International Students
Financial Aid Policy for International Students:Non-need-based scholarship or grant aid is available
Average Undergraduate Total Need-Based Aid:$11,865.00
Required Financial Aid Forms:Institution's own financial aid form
International Student's Certification of Finances

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Financial Aid Application Process
Priority Financial Aid Application Deadline:04/15
Regular Financial Aid Application Deadline:06/15
Freshman Financial Aid Notification Date:Rolling Basis
Notification Begins:03/01
Required Forms:FAFSA
Institution's own financial aid form
State aid form
Financial Aid Office Phone Number:478-757-5205

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Key Statistics

Tuition and Aid

  • Tuition:
    $19,500
  • On-Campus Room and Board:
    $8,600
  • Ugrads receiving need-based financial aid:
    97%
  • Avg % of Need Met:
    71%
  • Avg Financial Aid Package:
    $19,206
  • Financial Aid Application Deadline:
    06/15
  • Financial Aid Notification Date:
    Rolling Basis
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