Tuition and Aid

Average Cost

2017–2018 Average After Financial Aid

$13,642

($6,821 per semester)

Total Financial Aid

2017–2018 Average

$27,834

Cost Breakdown

  • Tuition: $33,040
  • Room: $5,364
  • Board: $3,072

Apply for Financial Aid

1

Apply for Admission

Submit your application whenever you're ready.

You'll automatically be considered for merit scholarships.

Apply Online

2

Complete FAFSA

Westminster's FAFSA School Code: 003681

This qualifies you for federal and need-based aid.

Complete Your FAFSA

3

Apply for Additional Scholarships

Locate and apply for external scholarships through foundations and organizations.

Estimate Your Financial Aid

First-Year Students

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Transfer Students

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We Invest in You

$60 Million

in financial aid is awarded annually

$27,834

is the average first-year financial aid award

96%

of first-year students receive financial aid

Our Four-Year Guarantee

We know college can be expensive and we want you to have access to an amazing education without breaking the bank. That’s why we offer a four-year graduation guarantee. If you are unable to complete your degree on time, we’ll cover the cost of your remaining coursework.

Scholarships

Merit-based aid you don’t have to repay.

You'll be automatically considered for these scholarships when you apply to Westminster College.


First-Year Student Scholarships

Presidential Scholarship

$18,000

Dean’s Scholarship

$17,000

Founder’s Scholarship

$15,000

Horizon Scholarship

$14,000

News Scholar

$7,000


Transfer Student Scholarships

Transfer Student Yellow Ribbon Scholarship

Full Tuition

Transfer Student Presidential Scholarship

$15,000

Transfer Student Dean’s Scholarship

$13,000

Transfer Student Founder’s Scholarship

$12,000

Transfer Student Westminster Success Grant

$9,000

Transfer Student Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship

$1,000


Miscellaneous Scholarships

Utah Hispanic Chamber “Somos” Scholar Award

Varying amounts

Science and Engineering Awards

$1,000 or $20,000

ROTC College Scholarship

Up to $9,618

Americorps Matching Grant

Up to $4,275

Alvin & Helene Richer Academic Excellence Scholarship

$3,000

Sterling Scholars

$1,000–$3,000

National Consortium for Specialized Secondary Schools of Mathematics, Science, and Technology (NCSSSMST)

$2,500

Grants

Need-based aid you don’t have to repay.


Federal Pell Grant

Up to $5,920 (2017–2018)

Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant

$1,000 to $2,000 annually

Westminster College Grants

$500 to $4,000

Loans

Borrowed money that you’ll have to repay.


Federal Perkins Loan

Up to $5,500 per year

Federal Subsidized Stafford Loan

These loans are interest free while student is enrolled at least half time.

Federal Unsubsidized Stafford Loan

These loans generate interest as soon as they are disbursed.

Federal Parent Loan For Undergraduate Student (PLUS)

Up to the cost of attendance, minus any other aid.

Alternative Loans

Up to the cost of attendance, minus any other aid.

Secure Your Spot

If you've already been admitted, submit your deposit now to secure your spot in next year’s incoming class.

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We're Here to Help

Figuring out how to pay for school can be an overwhelming process. We want to make your Westminster education affordable and acccessible. Don't hestitate to reach out if you have any questions.