Tuition Costs for 2016-2017

Undergraduate

2016-2017 Tuition
Full-time (12 - 17 semester hours per term): $11,290 per semester
Part-time (1 - 11 semester hours): $650 per semester hour

2016-2017 Room and Board
Average Room and Board (based on an average double room and Block Meal Plan): $4,500 per semester

General Fees
Activity Fee**:$50 per semester
Technology Fee**:$75 per semester
Course by Special Arrangement:$130 per semester
Life & Vocational Credit:$375 per course
Auditing:50% of tuition cost

2017-2018 Tuition
Full-time (12 - 17 semester hours per term): $11,630 per semester
Part-time (1 - 11 semester hours): $670 per semester hour

2017-2018 Room and Board
Average Room and Board (based on an average double room and Block Meal Plan): $4,630 per semester

General Fees
Activity Fee**:$50 per semester
Technology Fee**:$80 per semester
Course by Special Arrangement:$130 per semester
Life & Vocational Credit:$375 per course
Auditing:50% of tuition cost

**Technology and Activity fee is charged to all full-time undergraduate and all resident students.

Graduate

2016-2017 semester hour rates (the following rates apply with the Summer 2016 term)

  • Master of Education (non-cohort)***:$450
  • Master of Recreation Administration***:$575
  • Master of Social Work (MSW): $600
  • Doctor of Education (EdD): $620
  • Doctor of Social Work (DSW): $750

2017-2018 semester hour rates (the following rates apply with the Summer 2017 term)

  • Master of Education (non-cohort)***:$450
  • Master of Recreation Administration***:$575
  • Master of Social Work (MSW): $600
  • Doctor of Education (EdD): $630
  • Doctor of Social Work (DSW): $750

*** Program no longer offered to new students.

NOTE:

  • Rates may differ for certain off-campus and cohort programs. Please consult the appropriate program director or consult information provided for that particular program.
  • Certain courses may incur lab fees, clinical fees, testing fees, or practicum fees. Please consult the course bulletin for individual course fee information.
  • Tuition and fees are subject to change without prior notice.
  • No Financial Aid is available for courses taken during May Travel.


Financial aid for George Williams College students is processed by the Office of Financial Aid on the Aurora University campus. Please contact us at any time with your questions. We are happy to guide you through the steps of securing scholarships and financial aid.

Office of Admission and Financial Aid

630-844-6190
800-742-5281
630-844-6191 (fax)
finaid@aurora.edu

Student Financial Services Counselor for GWC Students

Lindsay Janssen
Aurora Campus
630-844-4916
ljanssen@aurora.edu

Open House and Visit Days
Tuesday, January 17, 2017
Saturday, February 04, 2017