A graduate degree from Wilson College, with tuition rates that are lower than many competitive programs, is an affordable option for many students.
Grad Financial Aid
Graduate students may finance their education with student loans, the college’s monthly payment plan, an assistantship, VA education benefits or employer assistance. There are some private scholarships that may be available for graduate students.
Part-time and full-time students may be eligible for financial aid for student loans and may take advantage of the monthly payment plan. Students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each year to start the process for federal student loans. Graduate students must be enrolled half-time in at least 4.5 semester hours during the semester or summer to qualify for federal aid.
Interest-free Monthly Payment Plan – the four month budget plan for the semester will be set up to cover the outstanding balance. Students can arrange for the payments to be automatically deducted from a bank account or a credit card on the 20th of every month. There is a $65 enrollment fee through Official Payments. More information is available from the Business Office
Students may also pay on account by debit or credit card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express) or through e-check on a secure site