Like many students, you may be concerned about how you and your family will cover the tuition and costs associated with attending Woodbury. The good news is that it is more affordable than you might expect. More than 75% of our students receive some kind of financial aid, with the average student financial aid package totaling $26,824 in 2016-2017.
Our financial aid professionals will work with you to coordinate a comprehensive financial aid package consisting of scholarships, grants, loans and part-time employment through funding from state and federal programs, its own resources and donors. We are dedicated to assisting each student with a strategy that works for them. Your education can be affordable with the many financial aid options available to students today.
We are so confident in our degree programs, world-class faculty and intimate setting that we guarantee our new students will graduate within four years. By comparison, the average time to graduate from a public university is over six years, mainly due to overcrowding and the inability to get into required courses.
Woodbury University proudly stands behind the degree success of each of its new students. We are so confident in our degree programs and our world-class faculty that we guarantee:
#1: A new student will have the opportunity to earn his/her degree within four years (five for Architecture)
#2: Receive a merit-based annual scholarship
#3: Participate in transformational worldly experiences
#4: Find full-time employment or future graduate study after commencement.
To be eligible for any of the guarantees, students must maintain good academic and financial standing, make satisfactory progress each year, remain in good disciplinary standing, and meet target grade point averages and published payment deadlines.
Woodbury University reserves the right to discontinue and/or modify the terms of the Woodbury University Guarantee Program at any time.
Ask your Admissions Counselor for complete details about program qualifications.
Explore how to plan and pay for your college education. We will help you every step of the way. Using the TrueCost Calculator, you can find out your eligibility for financial aid and estimate your out-of-pocket expenses. Results from the TrueCost Calculator will show you how affordable Woodbury can be.
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This document outlines tuition and fees for undergraduate and graduate programs, insurance, room and board costs. Please note that the costs listed do not take into account financial aid.
Woodbury University has teamed up with SALT, a program to help our students manage their money and student loans. Here’s the best part: We are providing all of its services to you as a gift—free of charge.
Woodbury is excited to join the SALT movement because we believe in the program’s principles of financial education and empowerment to help address the issues of college affordability and student debt. Students and alumni deserve the proper support network to help them finance their education and manage any resulting debt. We’re committed to playing our role in ensuring that students and alumni have access to these critical education debt management and financial education services.
What is SALT?
SALT was created by American Student Assistance, a nonprofit organization, to help Woodbury University students and alums like you become more financially savvy.
Activating your SALT membership allows you to take advantage of members-only features, like: