2023-2024 Undergraduate Tuition and Fees






Semester (12-18 hours)



Per Credit Hour (9-11 hours)



Excess Hours Per Credit Hour (over 18 hours)



Wilmington Campus, part-time, Fall & Spring* 1-8 hours



Wilmington Campus, part-time, Fall & Spring* 9-11 hours



Maymester per credit hours



Summer semester, per credit hour



Summer Internship and Field Placement


NOTE* All students are billed according to their home campus, regardless of where they attend class.

Annual Room:


Standard double or standard single, triple or quad



Designated single (1 in a double)



Designated double (2 in a triple)



Converted triple (3 in a double) or quad (4 in a triple)


Preferred Housing:


The Village, The Commons, Fife Avenue, and college owned, off-campus housing


Meal Plan for Standard Housing:


Meal Plan**: Annual (carte blanche and 160 block plan)


Meal Plan for Preferred Housing:


Annual (mandatory minimum)



Annual (optional upgrade)


Activity Fee:




Graduation Fee:


(charged the student’s final semester)


Health Fee:


Annual (Main Campus)


Parking Fee:


Annual (Main Campus)


Recreation Fee:


Annual (Main Campus)


Technology Fee:


Annual (Main Campus)


Housing Deposit:


New Students



Returning Students


Housing Damage Deposit


Deposit Fee


Finance Charge


(on the unpaid balance per month)


Transcript Fee:





Paper Transcript (pickup)



Paper Transcript (mailed-USPS)



Paper Transcript (mailed-USPS International)



Paper Transcript (FedEx Overnight Domestic)



Paper Transcript (FedEx Overnight International)


*On-campus part-time rate of $500 per credit hour allowed if student is enrolled for no more than 8 semester hours or 2 courses and not residing on campus.
**Note: All students living on campus in standard housing must choose either the carte blanche or block meal plan.

Students in preferred housing must have at least the mandatory minimum meal plan but may choose from all the plans.

VA Benefits
Wilmington College is in compliance with the Veterans Benefits and Transition Act of 2018. Wilmington College will not impose any penalty, including the assessment of late fees, the denial of access to classes, libraries or other institutional facilities, or require the student to borrow additional funds to meet his or her financial obligations to the institution due to the delayed disbursement of a payment by the US Department of Veterans Affairs for the student using Chapter 31 or Chapter 33 VA Benefit. The student will only be responsible for the portion of tuition, fees, room and board that the VA Benefit is not paying.

More information about VA Benefits is available on Wilmington College’s website at https://www.wilmington.edu/admission/financial-aid/va-benefits/.