Tuition & Fees

Tuition & Fees 2023 - 2024

Undergraduate Tuition

Undergraduate Full-Time  

  ANNUAL PER SEMESTER
TUITION $57,960 $28,980
STUDENT LIFE FEE  $330 $165
HEALTH & WELLNESS FEE $580 $290
NEW STUDENT FEE $200  

Undergraduate Part-Time

  PER SEMESTER PER CREDIT
TUITION (1/3 UNIT = $4,830)   $1,610

Overload Tuition Fee

  PER CREDIT
OVER 21 CREDITS (CHARGED AT THE TIME YOU REGISTER OVER 21 CREDITS)                                                                                                                                                                            $805
Graduate Tuition and Fees - School of Arts & Sciences
Tuition and Fees

Annual

Semester Per Credit
Tuition      $1,610
Masters Of Science in Mathematics for Educators (MMED)     $500
Physics for Educators (MPED) Academics | WPI     $500
Other Grad Student Fees      
Student Organization Fee < 9 Credit * $30 $15  
Student Organization Fee > 9 Credit * $60 $30  
Health and Wellness Fee (optional) $580 $290  
Graduate Housing - *Billed Monthly* (optional) $8,000 $4,000  

*Not applicable to fully online or corporate only students

WPI's alumni discount is not available for programs with differentiated tuition lower than the general rate of $1,610/credit

Graduate Tuition and Fees - The Business School
Primary Program of Study

 

Annual

Semester Per Credit
General Tuition      $1,610
MBA Business Administration     $1,250
MSBA Business Analytics     $1,050
MSIT Information Technology     $1,050
MSIUX Innovation with User Experience     $1,050
MSOSCA Operations and Supply Chain Analytics     $1,050
Master of Finance in Technology     $1,050
Other Grad Student Fees      
Student Organization Fee < 9 Credit * $30 $15  
Student Organization Fee > 9 Credit * $60 $30  
Health and Wellness Fee (optional) $580 $290  
Graduate Housing - *Billed Monthly* (optional) $8,000 $4,000  

*Not applicable to fully online or corporate only students

WPI’s alumni discount is not available for programs with differentiated tuition lower than the general rate of $1,610/credit

Graduate Tuition and Fees - School of Engineering
Tuition and Fees  Annual Semester Per Credit
Tuition      $1,610
Other Grad Student Fees      
Student Organization Fee < 9 Credit * $30 $15  
Student Organization Fee > 9 Credit * $60 $30  
Health and Wellness Fee (optional) $580 $290  
Graduate Housing - *Billed Monthly* (optional) $8,000 $4,000  

* Not applicable to fully online or corporate only students

WPI’s alumni discount is not available for programs with differentiated tuition lower than the general rate of $1,610/credit

Graduate Tuition and Fees - The Global School
Tuition and Fees  Annual Semester Per Credit
Tuition      $1,610
Other Grad Student Fees      
Student Organization Fee < 9 Credit $30 $15  
Student Organization Fee > 9 Credit $60 $30  
Health and Wellness Fee (optional) $580 $290  
Graduate Housing - *Billed Monthly* (optional) $8,000 $4,000  

*Not applicable to fully online or corporate only students

WPI’s alumni discount is not available for programs with differentiated tuition lower than the general rate of $1,610/credit

Student Health Insurance
Student Health Insurance - Coverage Aug-Aug $ TBD annual cost
Residence Halls

All First Year Students and residents of South Village are required to have residential meal plans.

 

ANNUAL PER SEMESTER
Double, Triple, Quad $9,800 $4,900
Single $10,380 $5,190
East Hall / Faraday Hall                                                                                                                                                                      ANNUAL PER SEMESTER
Double $11,350 $5,675
Single $11,834 $5,917
Studio $12,300 $6,150
Apartment Housing
Elbridge, Hackfeld, Schussler, Townhouses, Ellsworth, Fuller                                                                               ANNUAL PER SEMESTER
Triple $9,950 $4,975
Double $10,480 $5,240
Single $11,060 $5,530
Townhouse Studio $11,500 $5,750

All First Year Students and residents of South Village are required to have residential meal plans.

 

Student Meal Plans

Meal Plans 

All First Year Students and residents of South Village are required to have residential meal plans.

 

MEAL PLAN BONUS POINTS   ANNUAL PER SEMESTER
South Village 10 $175  (PER SEMESTER & EXPIRE) $7,012 $3,506
19 $75 (PER SEMESTER & EXPIRE) $7,458 $3,729
14 $175 (PER SEMESTER & EXPIRE) $7,312 $3,656
200 $100 (PER SEMESTER & EXPIRE) $7,312 $3,656
VIP $200 (PER SEMESTER & EXPIRE) $8,750 $4,375

All students required to have residential meal plans, Daniels, Institue, Morgan, Riley, Founders, Stoddard, Messenger, Trowbridge House and Wachusett

General Fees
LATE PAYMENT (NOT TO EXCEED PER SEMESTER) $250
LATE COURSE CHANGE FEE $100
RETURN CHECK FEE $30
UNDERGRADUATE ID FEE $30
GRADUATE ID FEE $15
TRANSCRIPT FEE $5
ROOM LOCK OUT $15
ROOM LOCK CHANGE  $75 - $300
ROOM DAMAGE  VARIES 
Enrollment Deposits (Non-Refundable)
Undergraduate $500
Graduate $500
The Business School $1,500
Financial Information for Taking a No Record Option

What are the financial impacts of an NR?

Only undergraduate students are able to take an NR. NRs allow for some flexibility in their academic choices without a potential negative impact. A student’s tuition charges will not change if a NR is earned.

If multiple NRs are earned throughout the academic years at WPI it could change a student’s scheduled graduation date, which could result in additional time to complete degree requirements. Students are eligible for a maximum of sixteen terms of institutional financial aid. Therefore, this could increase a student’s total cost of their degree.

Contact the Office of Financial Aid to discuss your individual situation or the Office of Academic Advising for potential alternatives to the NR.

 

Will my financial aid change if I take an NR?

In following WPI’s Tuition and Financial Aid Policies, undergraduate students must earn 24 credits per academic year (A to D Terms) to remain in good academic standing and to have no impact to their financial aid. If a student accumulates enough NR courses to impact their academic standing, or academic progress, that could result in an adjustment to the financial aid package. Review of academic progress is done after D Term each year, for the next academic year. Any adjustments made will be for the next academic year.

Contact the Office of Financial Aid to discuss your individual situation or the Office of Academic Advising for potential alternatives to the NR.

*Please note that the WPI Institutional financial aid policy differs from the federal financial aid policy so review the policies carefully and reach out if you have questions.

 

May I appeal any changes made to my financial aid package based on NR courses?

Yes, you may appeal if your financial aid package changes based on academic performance. If you have concerns or questions about your financial aid package and how NR courses may impact your funding, contact the Office of Financial Aid.