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Get in touch with Raeann Rolston, Associate Director for International Admission, to learn more about tuition cost and your scholarship opportunities. 

Tuition & Fees

Learn more about cost of attendance and scholarship opportunities at WC.

Basic Educational Fees 2019-2020

  • Washington College employs a rolling admissions policy. However, we encourage applying by the dates below.

      Complete Your Application By
    Spring Deadline December 15
    Fall Deadline July 15
  • Early Decision Early Action Regular Decision
    November 15 December 1 February 15
    Notification Notification Notification
    December 15 January 15 April 1
  • Tuition (full-time)  

    Mandatory Student Fee*



    Standard Dormitory


    Standard Meal Plan



    *Activity and Health Fees

Additional Fees

To ensure that all of our International Students (including Visiting/Exchange Students) have adequate insurance coverage while in the US, you will be required to purchase our student health insurance policy.  

Annual Rate for 2018/19 - $1,305.00

Fall Only - $548.00

Spring Only - $757.00

Visit Health & Counseling Services for more information.

Financing Your Education

While Washington College does not offer full tuition scholarships, every international applicant who qualifies for admission is automatically considered for a Colin Ferguson Tuition Grant.

These grants range from $10,000 to $30,000 annually and are offered on the basis of scholastic achievement. We consider academic records, the admission essay and letters of recommendation in determining whether to award a Ferguson Grant.

Assuming you receive the maximum Colin Ferguson grant of $30,000, international students admitted to Washington College will need at least $31,536 in personal or sponsored funds to meet your annual educational expenses.