Tuition and Fees
WTU believes in simple, fair pricing. You get a first class education for just $100 per credit hour.
A 5-credit course is $500.
A typical 18-month Bachelor's Degree completion program is $9,000.
Covers all online textbooks and a comprehensive electronic library.
This only applies to courses that include a lab.
For example, the B.S. Info Security program has 6 labs.
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Washington Technology University is committed to making its Bachelor of Science in Information Security program accessible to as many students as possible. We recognize that some students suffer financial hardship, and would benefit from being able to spread the program payments out over a longer period. We have a special Payment Arrangement for that purpose. It is available to students who apply for it, and who demonstrate financial need. WTU does not consider this a loan, and no interest is charged. If you are interested in applying, talk with your recruiter about this option.
Student Loan Advocate
For Washington State residents seeking information and resources about student loan repayment or seeking to submit a complaint relating to your student loans or student loan servicer, please visit www.wsac.wa.gov/loan-advocacy or contact the Student Loan Advocate at email@example.com.
Cancellation and Refund Policy
Change your mind? At WTU you can enroll and attend a couple of classes, change your mind, and still get a full refund of the tuition costs. In fact, whether it's your first class or last, you may drop in the first week of any class and not pay for that class. Read on for more details.
Prior to midnight of the fifth day of the term you have the right to cancel your enrollment in a course in which you are enrolled for that term, and to receive a full refund of the tuition amount paid for that course. Materials fees and lab fees are not refundable. If you withdraw from a class after the fifth day of term (1st week) you will receive a refund as shown here:
Prior to midnight of the 5th day of term (first week): 100% Tuition Returned to the Student
Prior to midnight of the end of the second week: 70% Tuition Returned to the Student
Prior to midnight of the end of the third week: 20% Tuition Returned to the Student
Prior to midnight of the end of the fourth week: 0% Tuition Returned to the Student
For example: Three students are enrolled in the 5-credit MATH 200 course commencing Monday January 4, 2021. Each student pays the $500 course tuition cost and the $75 course materials fee. Therefore, each student has paid $575 for the course.
Student A submits a course drop form prior to midnight on Friday January 8, 2021. Student A is refunded the $500 tuition cost. The $75 materials fee is not refunded. Although the student is no longer participating in the course, the student is provided with access to the materials for the four week term.
Student B submits a course drop form Monday January 11, 2021. Student B is refunded $350 (70%) of the tuition cost. The $75 materials fee is not refunded. Although the student is no longer participating in the course, the student is provided with access to the materials for the four week term.
Student C submits a course drop form Tuesday January 26, 2021. Student C is refunded $0 (0%) of the tuition cost. The $75 materials fee is not refunded. Although the student is no longer participating in the course, the student is provided with access to the materials until the end of the four week term.
To cancel your enrollment in a course you must submit a course drop request to the Registrar’s Office. You understand that you are responsible for knowing class drop deadlines and for all requests to drop classes. Non-attendance does not constitute a drop. Dropping or withdrawing from a course may affect your Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) standing as defined in the University Catalog.