Tuition & Fees
The tuition, fees, and average room and board costs of a full-time undergraduate student enrolled during the 2013-2014 school year for the fall and spring semesters are below.
Over 97 percent of Widener's full-time, undergraduate students receive some type of financial aid toward their cost of attending Widener. The costs below are before any eligiblity determination for academic scholarship consideration or need-based financial aid programs. Our Admissions and Enrollment Services staff can help you plan for financing your Widener education.
Also, you should keep in mind that your actual costs will depend on your particular circumstances. For example, room and board costs change for residents based on room type and meal plan selected.
The complete listing of all Widener University tuition charges and fees can be found in the Undergraduate Guide to Fees and Payment document on the bursar's office webpage in CampusCruiser.
2013-14 Tuition, Fees and Average Room/Board: Full-Time Undergraduate Students
|Student Activity Fee||$180||$180|
|Room & Board (average)||$13,126|
- Engineering majors have an additional fee of $1,244 for the academic year.
- Nursing students have an additional fee of $270 in year three and in year four.
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