Use the following cost calculator to estimate the total yearly cost of attendance for full-time enrollment in a Master's degree program. The calculation includes tuition, on/off-campus housing, books, and fees only. This calculator does not include meals, transportation, personal/miscellaneous expenses, or utilities. On-campus housing includes utilities.
Note: Full-time enrollment requires a 9-credit hour minimum course load per semester. You must take at least 5 credits to be considered half-time and be eligible for student loans or Wesley scholarships.
The cost calculator is available only to provide an estimate of the cost to attend based on full-time enrollment and is not a guarantee of financial aid or scholarship awarding.
About This Estimation Calculator
Use this tuition net cost estimation calculator to estimate your total yearly cost of attending Wesley Theological Seminary. Based on your answers to these questions this calculator will help you estimate your total cost of attending for a year.
This estimate takes into account your financial and living situation and uses the most recent EFC formulas and Wesley Theological Seminary associated rewards. The total tuition (plus room & board, fees, books, and miscellaneous expenses) is then reduced by the amount of your expected financial aid rewards.
As you answer these questions, questions that are no longer relevant to you based on previous answers may be removed or added. Information entered into this form is not saved permanently in any way.
This calculator uses these EFC formulas for 2021-22 and included tables.
To find out your actual Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) awards go to FAFSA AID
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A Few More Questions
- Include income earned by yourself and your parent(s).
- Include income from work, child support, and other sources.
- If the parent with whom you live is remarried, include both your parent's income and his/her spouse's income.
- To qualify for federal student aid, certain eligible non-citizens must be able to provide evidence from the USCIS that they are in the United States for other than a temporary purpose with the intention of becoming a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.
- A student who: (1) has engaged in active service in the U.S. Armed Forces (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, or Coast Guard), or has been a member of the National Guard or Reserves who was called to active duty for purposes other than training, or was a cadet or midshipman at one of the service academies, or attended a U.S. military academy preparatory school, and (2) was released under a condition other than dishonorable. A veteran is also a student who does not meet this definition now but will by June 30, 2021.
Review the information you have provided. You can click the Edit button below to return to the beginning and edit provided information or if you are happy with the current selections click "Total" to view your estimated net price. Questions may appear or disappear depending on answers to previous questions.