Financing a college education is one of the most important expenditures that you and your family will make. Willamette University offers need-based financial aid and merit scholarships to help families afford the cost of education. This investment in your future will pay dividends throughout your life.
ANNUAL UNDERGRADUATE COSTS (2017 — 2018)
|Room and Board||$11,880*|
|Residential Hall Fees (Estimated)||$150|
|Books and Supplies (Estimated)||$970|
|Green Fund Fee||$50***|
|Total Estimated Costs||$63,668.50|
** If you have comparable coverage you may waive this yearly premium. For complete information concerning student health insurance please see the Student Insurance web page.
*** The Green Fund Fee may be declined by the student. This new fee provides students with a previously unavailable opportunity to develop, fund, and lead sustainability projects on and off campus. The fee was approved by a student body vote during the 2014 spring semester.
**** The Orientation Fee is a one time only fee that is charged in the Fall term for new students, both incoming Freshman and Transfers. The purpose is intended to cover the cost of the Opening Days festivities.
ANNUAL GRADUATE SCHOOL COSTS (2017-2018)
|College of Law||$62,197|
|Atkinson Graduate School of Management (Full-time MBA)||$51,728-55,728|
|Atkinson Graduate School of Management (MBA for Professionals)||View here|
Room and Meal Rates
All students living in a residence hall or fraternity are required to participate in the Willamette Meal Plan Program. The Willamette Meal Plan has been designed with flexibility to meet the unique needs of each student. The meal plan program has two parts. Part I consists of "all you can eat" Meal Plan dinners from Sunday through Friday and brunch on Saturday. Part II is a Meal Plan Points program, which offers four different Points options. Points meals are breakfast and lunch Monday through Friday, dinner Saturday and brunch Sunday. Food at these meals is offered "a la carte."
Meals are served throughout the school year in three locations: Goudy Commons, Kaneko Hall, and the Bearcat Cavern in the University Center (Monday through Friday, breakfast and lunch only). No meal service is provided during Thanksgiving break and winter and spring vacations.
The room and meal plan costs include four different meal plan choices. Costs for the current year are as follows:
|Meal Plan||Meals Per Week||Points Per Semester|
|Plan A||7 AYCE||525|
|Plan B||7 AYCE||625|
|Plan C||7 AYCE||750|
|Plan D||7 AYCE||900|
|Plan E||5 AYCE||800|
|Plan JS (JR/SR/Grad only)||3 AYCE||800|
Multiple & Single Rooms
|Standard Multiple Occupancy double/triple/quad||$11,780||$11,880||$11,980||$12,080||$11,880||$11,780|
|Double Sold as Single||$13,620||$13,720||$13,820||$13,920||$13,720||$13,620|
|Double w/ private bath||$11,980||$12,080||$12,180||$12,280||$12,080||$11,980|
|Double w/ private bath + mini-kitchenette||$12,160||$12,260||$12,360||$12,460||$12,260||$12,160|
|Single w/ shared bath||$12,880||$12,980||$13,080||$13,180||$12,980||$12,880|
|Single w/ private bath||$13,100||$13,200||$13,300||$13,400||$13,200||$13,100|
|3 person Suite w/ private bath||$12,880||$12,980||$13,080||$13,180||$12,980||$12,880|
|Sorority Room & Meal Plan||$11,880|
|Sorority Single & Meal Plan||$12,680|
$300 refundable cleaning deposit. No meal plan required. Contact Housing & Community Life for a contract or see lease.
|Doney One Bedroom w/ mini-kitchenette||1-2 occupants (unit cost)||$11,200|
|University Apartments One Bedroom (1-6 floors)||1-2 occupants (unit cost)||$11,200|
|University Apartments One Bedroom (7th floor)||Seventh Floor, 2 occupants||$12,960|
|University Apartments One Bedroom (7th floor)||Seventh Floor, 3 occupants (unit cost + utility increase)||$14,100|
|Kaneko Commons Two Bedroom||price per bedroom||$6,680|
|Kaneko Commons Four Bedroom w/ lg. Kitchen||price per bedroom||$6,520|
|Kaneko Commons Four Bedroom w/ sm. Kitchen||price per bedroom||$6,480|
Apartment/Off Campus Meal Plan
Contact Housing & Community Life for a contract or see lease.
|Meal plan cost per academic year||$5,620||$5,720||$5,820||$5,920||$5,720||$5,620|
E-Bills and Payment Information
Willamette University utilizes an online billing system called Bill+Payment. Students and authorized users can view monthly eBills and account activity and also make online payments through Bill+Payment. Please note that students are responsible for adding authorized users on Bill+Payment. Parents and guardians will not be able to access Bill+Payment until their student has added them as authorized users.
For additional information on how to use Bill+Payment, please visit Bill+Payment FAQ.
Access to Bill+Payment: Below are the links for either a student or a person who's set up as an authorized user to log on to the account
Please note: The Bill+Payment system does not function properly when utilizing the Safari web browser. Please use another browser, such as Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, or Mozilla Firefox, when accessing Bill+Payment.
To provide guidelines for the processing of student accounts refunds, including adjustments related to student withdrawals, calculation of refunds and return of Title IV financial aid, and overpayment refunds.
Adjustments Related to Student Withdrawals:
Students are admitted to Willamette University with the understanding that they will remain until the end of the semester unless unforeseen circumstances necessitate their withdrawal. Students who are suspended or expelled from the University forfeit all refunds of tuition and fees.
In compliance with the Higher Education Amendments of 1998 (Section 668.22), Willamette University's policy for adjusting tuition and fees due to a withdrawal is as follows:
- Students who wish to withdraw from courses after the 10th day of class (the Add/Drop Period) must notify the Registrar’s Office. For additional information on the academic withdrawal policy, please review the Academic Policies and Procedures: Leave of Absence or Withdrawal policy.
- Students withdrawing for medical reasons may petition for a medical withdrawal. The Application for Medical Withdrawal may be obtained from the Registrar's Office.
- A student's withdrawal date is the date the student officially notified the Registrar’s Office of their intent to withdraw.
- Tuition adjustments for full withdrawals will be prorated, per day, based on the academic calendar up to the 60% point in the semester. In the case of an approved full medical withdrawal, the tuition refund is the same as a student who withdraws from the University. After the 60% point in the semester, no refunds are granted for withdrawals.
- If a student drops below full-time (3.0 credits) but remains enrolled after the Add/Drop Period, they will not have their tuition charge adjusted but will be billed as a full-time student for the semester.
- If a student with an approved medical withdrawal drops below full-time (3.0 credits) but remains enrolled after the Add/Drop Period, the tuition adjustment will be prorated, per day, based on the academic calendar up to the 60% point in the semester. After the 60% point in the semester, no tuition adjustments are granted for partial medical withdrawals.
- Withdrawing students are responsible for applicable room and meal plan charges through the date they checked out of their campus housing with Housing & Community Life. Please review the Housing & Community Life Handbook for additional information on canceling a housing contract or apartment lease and prorated housing and meal plan charges.
- Health insurance charges and student body fees will not be refunded to withdrawing students.
- In the case of a student's death during a term, a full tuition refund will be granted to the student's estate.
Student Accounts Refunds:
Students who withdraw and have received financial aid will receive their refund after the required portion of their financial aid is returned to the aiding programs in accordance with federal guidelines. The required portion of financial aid that is returned to the aiding programs is calculated as follows:
- Title IV aid and all other aid is earned in a prorated manner on a per day basis based on the academic calendar up to the 60% point in the semester.
- Recalculation of financial aid is based on the percent of earned aid using the following federal formula: Percent Earned = Number of days completed up to the withdrawal date divided by total days in the semester
- Federal financial aid is returned to the federal government based on the percent of unearned aid using the following formula: Aid to be returned = (Percent Earned × the amount aid that was eligible to be disbursed) – aid that was actually disbursed.
When financial aid is returned, the student may owe a balance to the University. The student should contact the Student Accounts Office to make arrangements to pay the balance.
Refunds will be issued for credit balances resulting from Title IV funds in accordance with financial aid guidelines. Other credit balances in excess of $100 will be automatically refunded to the student. Students whose accounts reflect an overpayment from sources other than Title IV may request the credit balance be held and applied to the next semester.
Questions regarding this policy should be directed to the Student Accounts Office located on the first floor of Waller Hall.