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
Mandatory Student Fees
Standard Meal Plan
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
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.