Tuition and Fees
Tuition and Fees
According to U.S. News and World Report Westminster has been listed as a "Best Value" for public and private colleges and universities in the western U.S. for "quality education at a reasonable cost."
Westminster currently has students from all levels of family incomes, and 98 percent of our students who apply receive some form of financial aid. In fact, the average financial aid package last year was well over $12,000. Compared to state schools the Westminster price tag can be higher; however, since most of our students receive considerable grants and scholarships the Westminster price is often only slightly more than state schools and well worth the difference. Visit our applications page to see how to get started with our application process. If you have questions or if you'd like to set up a campus visit to meet one-on-one with a financial aid counselor, you're welcome to call us at 801-832-2500 or e-mail us. It's our job to make Westminster affordable for every student.
2005-2006- Tuition $19,730
-Room and Board (double room, full meal) $5,636
-Room and Board (single room, full meal) $6,629
We know that potential graduate students are looking for a valuable investment for their time and money. At Westminster, we believe that individual attention, small classes, and dedicated faculty may not be cheap, but they certainly should be affordable. Investing in a solid graduate program is a long-term investment in your career and future and should be considered carefully. Our Financial Aid Office is available to discuss feasible payment options and to help make Westminster affordable for you. We offer help with the following:
Graduate ExpensesTuition and Fee Schedule
2005-2006 -Tuition: $761 per credit hour