Tuition Cost & Fees
At WashU School of Continuing & Professional Studies (CAPS), we provide access to a world-class education that you can afford. CAPS is designed to meet the educational needs of those who are seeking to expand their professional knowledge, earn a degree or certificate, or help lifelong learners explore new fields and interests.
We realize that financing an education can be a challenge. Explore our tuition payment methods that can assist you in financing your education as well as look over financial aid terminology to get a better understanding about the terms and definitions related to student aid.
|UNDERGRADUATE COURSES:||$695-895 PER CREDIT|
|GRADUATE COURSES:||$665-1200 PER CREDIT|
of students receive some type of aid
CAPS offers opportunities for financial assistance, including federal and state grants and loans, merit and need-based scholarships, and employee tuition reimbursement. Full and part-time students, as well as veterans, lifelong learners, and contract employees, may be eligible for assistance.
COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement Noncompliant Financial Aid Impact
Students who are administratively withdrawn from their classes for the fall semester for not complying with the university’s COVID-19 vaccination requirement will be ineligible for any type of financial aid, including scholarships, grants, fellowships, loans, remission, work study, etc. Noncompliant students will NOT have financial aid applied to their student account and will not receive a financial aid refund to help them cover living expenses.
Students who are enrolled in degree and select certificate programs and take a minimum number of credit hours each semester can be eligible for both merit and need-based scholarships. Special, donor-based scholarships are also available, in addition to unique options based on financial and professional needs.
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To apply for a scholarship, first complete the CAPS application and then the scholarship application form.