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Tuition & Fees

Wofford College welcomes you to a resource page which is intended to provide tuition and fee information for the 2014-2015 academic year. You will notice other links below which will serve as additional avenues to help address other questions and concerns that you might have. Please click on the links for direct access.

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Reservation Deposit Fees
All students are required to a pay a non-refundable reservation deposit annually in order to secure a space at Wofford for the following academic year. This deposit is credited toward tuition and fees for the fall semester. Paid deposits enable students to pre-register for fall courses, apply for and renew financial aid and scholarships, and participate in the lottery for a residence hall room.

Commuting Students - $300
Resident Students - $500

Costs for Students Living On Campus
Academic Year 2014-2015: $47,850
Each term:
Fall 2014 Tuition and Fees: $20,425
Fall 2014 Room and Board: $5,910*
Spring 2015 Tuition and Fees: $16,695
Spring 2015 Room and Board: $4,820*
*This cost includes your choice of (1) of three meal plan choices with varying splits between weekly meal allowances and Terrier Bucks.

Costs for Students Living Off Campus
Academic Year 2014-2015: $37,120
Each term:
Fall 2014 Tuition and Fees: $20,425
Spring 2015 Tuition and Fees: $16,695

Costs for Part Time Students
Per Hour Charge: $1,475
Audit Fee (per course): $300

Costs for Summer School
Please click here for summer school information.

Other Fees
Admission Application Fee: $35.00
Damage Deposit: $250.00

The damage deposit is a one-time deposit paid by each resident student prior to the students’ occupation of College housing. The deposit is held by the College as long as the student reserves or resides in College housing. Any residence hall damages for which the student is held responsible are applied against the damage deposit held by the College. Students that are currently enrolled when a charge is applied against their deposit will be billed as appropriate to bring their deposit to the required $250.  At the time a student ceases to reserve or reside in College housing, the balance of the deposit after any outstanding charges due to the College have been applied becomes refundable.