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Paying for college can be a challenge. At West Virginia Wesleyan, we remain committed to making education affordable for every situation. In spite of having twelve Fulbright Scholars in the last ten years, two new residence halls, campus-wide Wi-Fi, a new fitness center, and law, medical, and graduate school placement rates now the best in the region. West Virginia Wesleyan remains one of the best values in the region. Students at Wesleyan pay an average of $7,500 to attend, providing an incredible private education experience at an affordable price.

The West Virginia Wesleyan's Net Price Calculator was developed to help families plan for educational costs. Results are based on 2017-18 Cost of Attendance figures and student aid eligibility requirements. The intent of this form is to provide you with the best estimate of your aid, but your final aid will depend on your actual 2017-18 FAFSA results and your official academic information.

The calculator will estimate your expected family contribution (EFC) and allow you to determine your eligibility for need-based financial aid. Use this software to examine What-if scenarios to make informed college planning decisions. You may print the report as a permanent record of your results. Help messages guide you through each step.

10 The calculator will take approximately 10 minutes to complete.

To help you complete this process, it would be helpful to have the items listed below:

  • 2015 Student and Parent Income Tax Returns
  • 2015 Earnings statements (W2 forms)
  • Bank statements
  • Student academic information
    • Grade Point Average
    • Standardized test scores if available (SAT/ACT)
    • High school class rank

*Future costs and financial aid estimates are subject to change. Results of the calculator are not guaranteed and special circumstances are reviewed by the Financial Aid Office. The accuracy of your estimated awards is based on the information you provide. It is intended for undergraduate domestic students. The estimated awards are based on the assumption that the student  will complete the FAFSA. Your official merit scholarship notification will be mailed to you once you have been accepted for admission, we have recalculated your GPA from your official transcript and we have reviewed your test scores.

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