Cost for Evening (“U”) Courses
Summer 2016 - Spring 2017
Most undergraduate courses are $650 per credit. Some science courses are $825 per credit.
American Culture Studies/Master of Liberal Arts/International Affairs: $740 per credit
Biology/Clinical Research Management: $895 per credit
Doctor of Liberal Arts: $975 per credit
Education: $650 per credit
Human Resource Management: $740 per credit
Master of Arts in Statistics: $995 per credit
Non-Profit Management: $705 per credit
Cost for Day (“L”) Courses
Fall 2016 - Spring 2017: $2,040 per credit
Lab / Materials Fees
Some (mostly science) courses have these fees. Amounts vary and are listed with each course.
Audit / Special Audit
Audit - Standard auditors pay the same fees as those taking the course for credit.
Special Audit - Undergraduate $117 per credit; Graduate $183 per credit.
A late registration fee of $50 will be applied to late registrations.
A late payment fee of at least $50 or 5% of the outstanding balance will be assessed on past due account balances.
Returned Check Fee
Washington University has ample evening parking space in well-lighted lots. Parking is by permit or meter only. An evening yellow student parking permit, good for the 2015-16 academic year, costs $30. Complete parking information, including day parking, is available at parking.wustl.edu, or call (314) 935-5601.
In general, if you were enrolled in an academic program at Washington University during the calendar year, you will receive an IRS Form 1098-T (Tuition Statement). This form will indicate whether you were enrolled at least half-time or the graduate level during the calendar year. You do not have to have a Form 1098-T in order to claim a tax credit. For more information regarding these credits, visit the Tax Credit Reporting Services (TCRS) website at www.tcrs.com. To get a copy of your 1098-T, log into www.1098T.com. You will need to enter your Social Security number and date of birth. If you have other questions about the 1098-T, please contact Student Accounting at 314-935-5274.
You are responsible for fulfilling your financial obligations to the university. If your student account becomes overdue, a late payment fee will be assessed and a hold will be placed on your account. Non-payment of tuition and other expenses due the University will be cause for exclusion from class or refusal of graduation, further registration, or transfer of credit. In addition, you are liable for any costs associated with the collection of your unpaid bills, including but not limited to collection agency costs, court costs, and legal fees. Past due amounts can also be reported to a credit bureau.