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Tuition at WGU is about half what other schools charge—or even less! But we don’t stop there: A diverse suite of scholarship opportunities could help you reduce your costs even more. In this webinar, learn more about these opportunities and how they might become part of your plan to pay for school, along with other opportunities like federal financial aid or grants. You can also download the presentation slides and the handout used in the webinar.

Take the next step: Apply to Enroll

Degrees & Programs

TEACHING
I.T.
BUSINESS
NURSING

Industry and academic respect add value to your degree.

WGU is an innovator receiving praise from every sector. When you alma mater is respected, so is your degree.

Earn a Degree at an Affordable Rate

As a nonprofit university, WGU puts students first. Earn your degree for half the cost of other online universities.

  • Flat-rate, low-cost tuition
  • Financial aid & scholarships available
  • VA & military options available
  • All course materials, for one low fee
  • Graduate with little or no debt
  • Take as many courses as you can per term
  • Great return on investment
Tuition Rates, effective January 1, 2018
All Undergraduate Programs Excluding BSN (Prelicensure) $3,190 per term
All Teachers College Programs $3,190 per term
College of Information Technology Graduate Programs $3,490 per term
College of Business Graduate Programs $3,750 per term
College of Health Professions Graduate Programs $3,750 per term
B.S. Nursing (Prelicensure) $4,750 per term

Tuition covers unlimited courses per term.

Fees
All programs:

  • $145 per-term Resource Fee, covers e-textbooks and learning resources, saving you thousands. Non-refundable
  • $65 one-time application fee. Non-refundable.

Programs and other fees:

Some programs have small per-term or one-time fees specific to that program's costs. Your Enrollment Counselor can provide more information.

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Diversity Statement

A diverse faculty is pivotal to the success of Western Governors University’s mission to improve the quality and expand access to post-secondary educational opportunities by providing a means for individuals to learn independent of time or place and to earn competency-based degrees and other credentials that are credible to both academic institutions and employers.

We maintain that achieving diversity requires an enduring commitment to inclusion that must find full expression in our organizational culture, values, norms and behaviors.

Throughout our work, we will support diversity in all of its forms, encompassing age, disability status, economic circumstance, ethnicity, gender, race and religion.

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Nondiscrimination and Equal Opportunity Policies

Western Governors University “WGU" does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnic or national origin, gender, religion, sex, disability, age, military or veteran status as required by applicable laws and regulations. WGU's commitment to equal opportunity includes nondiscrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity/expression. This policy of nondiscrimination applies (without limitation) to student recruitment, admissions, academic programs and services, student discipline, grading, and student access to WGU sponsored forums.

WGU also complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. If you have a disability and need accommodations, please notify us at adasupport@wgu.edu as soon as possible so that necessary arrangements can be made.

Any student or applicant who wishes to discuss possible discrimination is welcome to contact:

WGU Student Services
studentservices@wgu.edu
866-903-0110

Responsibility for coordination of compliance efforts and receipt of inquiries concerning Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 has been delegated to:

Anika Webb - Title IX Coordinator
Western Governors University
4001 South 700 East, Suite 700
Salt Lake City, UT 84107-2533
anika.webb@wgu.edu
Direct: 801-993-2321
Toll Free: 877-435-7948, ext. 1321

WGU encourages students to use the WGU Grievance and Complaint Procedure to resolve discrimination concerns. However, students also have a right to file discrimination complaints directly with the United States Department of Education's Office of Civil Rights.

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