Undergraduate Tuition and Fees

Webster University’s tuition rates listed are subject to change. Full-time tuition rates apply to students enrolled in 13–18 credit hours per semester in campuses in the U.S. Tuition rates for students enrolled at our international campuses may be found on the individual campus' website.

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The tuition rates listed below are for the 2022-2023 academic year and are subject to change.

Undergraduate Tuition

St. Louis and Extended U.S. Locations

Full-time undergraduate tuition (except Conservatory) per academic year $29,640 flat fee
Conservatory full-time undergraduate tuition per academic year $34,424 flat fee
Part-time undergraduate tuition $450 per credit hour
Part-time undergraduate tuition, corporate partnership $360 per credit hour
Webster Groves RN to BSN, non-cohort $350 per credit hour

Students registered for 12 credit hours or more per semester are considered full time and may be eligible for federal and state financial aidStudents registered for 13 to 18 credit hours pay flat-fee tuition. Those registered for 12 credit hours or fewer pay tuition at a per-credit-hour rate. Students must be registered for 13 or more credit hours to be eligible for Webster Scholarship and Webster Grant assistance.

 

Online

All types, excluding military students $450 per credit hour
Corporate partnership $360 per credit hour
Nursing $350 per credit hour

 

Military Students (Active Duty, Guard, and Reserve)

Online $250 per credit hour
Military locations; Metropolitan locations $250 per credit hour

Military spouses, military dependents, children of fallen patriots, and Folds of Honor recipients are eligible for Webster University’s USA Scholarship or NMFA Scholarship for the difference between the civilian tuition and military tuition for courses at all locations and online.

 

Other

Dual-credit $60 per credit hour
Teach for America = U41X $420 per credit hour
ESL — Undergraduate $450 per credit hour
ESL — Graduate $360 per credit hour

 

Credit by Exam

The service charges for all internal credit by examination will be computed per examination according to the following schedule:

1‐11 credit hours (per credit hour) $340 per credit hour
12‐16 credit hours $3,950 flat fee
17‐32 credit hours $4,325 flat fee
33‐48 credit hours $4,515 flat fee
49‐64 credit hours $4,715 flat fee
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Undergraduate Student Fees

This list does not include all fees charged by Webster University.

Enrollment Fees

Application fee none
Graduation fee $100
Student activity fee (St. Louis campus, full‐time flat fee students only, per semester) $100
Matriculation fee (St. Louis campus, full‐time students, one‐time) $150
Resident student activity fee (per semester) $75
Re‐admission fee $35
Deferred payment fee (per semester) $35
Transcript fee $15

*Some classes may include laboratory fees and may vary per class. Please confer with the Bursar's Office when applicable registration requires.

 

Applied Music Fees (per semester)

Fifteen 60-minute private lessons $650
Fifteen 30-minute private lessons $340

 

Parking Fees

Commuter student — green $175 per year
$95 per semester
$55 per term/summer
Residence hall student — dark red $115
Webster Village Apartment student (included in rent) — purple $175

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Study Abroad Fees

Study Deposit (SAIN) $100
Short-term program of 14 or fewer days (SAPA) $175
Summer, Fall, or Spring programs lasting 3‐8 weeks (SAPB) $275
Semester programs lasting 16 weeks (SAPF) $525

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On-Campus Housing Rates, Fall 2022-Spring 2023

Housing Activity Fee: Each resident is charged a $75 housing activity fee each semester which supports educational, cultural, and social programming efforts.

*Meal Plan: All residents living in the residence halls (East Hall, West Hall, and Maria Hall) and all first-year students living on campus must purchase a meal plan for the entire year they reside on campus.

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East Hall*

Room Type Cost Per Person
Single $3,600 per semester
Double $3,190 per semester
Triple (limited availability) $2,350 per semester

 

Maria Hall*

Room Type Cost Per Person
Single (only as needed) $3,800 per semester
Double $3,060 per semester

 

West Hall*

Room Type Cost Per Person
Single (only as needed) $3,800 per semester
Double $3,060 per semester

 

Webster Village Apartments

Room Type Cost Per Person
2 Bedroom — private bedroom, private bathroom $4,750 per semester
4 Bedroom — private bedroom, shared bathroom $4,000 per semester
Efficiency — single occupancy (one resident, limited) $6,000 per semester
Efficiency — double occupancy (two residents) $4,000 per semester

 

Big Bend & Glen Park

Room Type Cost Per Person
1 Bedroom (single, limited) — private 1 BR apartment $6,500 per semester
1 Bedroom (double) — 1 BR apartment with 2 residents $3,250 per semester
2 Bedroom (single, limited) — private 2 BR apartment $7,800 per semester
2 Bedroom (double, limited) — 2 BR apartment with 2 residents $3,900 per semester
2 Bedroom (triple, limited) — 2 BR apartment with 3 residents $3,000 per semester

Webster Main Campus Meal Plan

Meal Plan Type Includes Cost Per Semester University Overhead
Blue & Gold

$1700 points per semester (all points)

$2500 $800

*All students living in the residence halls and all first-year students living on campus must purchase a meal plan for the entire year that they reside on-campus.

  • This meal plan operates on an “all points” or “declining balance” basis. This offers students the ultimate in flexibility and spending options at our campus dining services locations. This plan allows students to get whatever they want at any time when dining services is open. This is an a la carte plan, and any past restrictions such as meal exchanges or meal combos, have been eliminated.
  • Students can dine at Marletto’s, the Crossroads food court in the University Center, the Library Café featuring Kaldi’s, or the Simply-to-Go unit in the East Academic Building. There will no longer be an “all-you-care-to-eat” dining option at Marletto’s. Everything will be priced a la carte and you will only pay for what you get.
  • Points not used during the fall semester carry over to the spring semester. Points not used by the end of the academic year are forfeited.
  • Points on this meal plan cannot be used at off-campus restaurants.
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