Cost of Attendance
Find out how much it costs to attend WesternU. Figures include tuition, fees, living expenses, books, etc. and are based on financial aid's calculations of a typical student budget.
Applying for Financial Aid
Submitting a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the required first step in receiving financial aid. Our school code is 024827 and the priority deadline for the application is March 2nd of each year.
Student Loan Information
- How Credit Affects Your Loans (pdf)
- Loan Repayment Information
- Loan Repayment Plans
- Loan Repayment Calculator
Contact the Office of Financial Aid
Our goal is to provide quality customer service, counseling and support to all our students during their academic career at WesternU. Many additional services and resources can be found on the Office of Financial Aid website.
The best way to reduce your potential loan debt is by applying for scholarships. We encourage you to utilize the following search engines to start your search:
- WesternU Scholarship Database
- FastWeb Scholarship Database
- AAMC Scholarship Database
- AACOM Minority Student Scholarship
Service Obligation Scholarships
Students who are committed to serving in one of the following organizations upon graduation may be eligible to apply for scholarship or loan repayment opportunities with that organization:
- Air Force
- Indian Health Service
- National Health Service Corp
- Health Professions Education
- Vet Med Loan Repayment Program
If you reside in one of 10 western states, you may qualify for a WICHE scholarship! WICHE’s Professional Student Exchange Program enables students to enroll in selected out-of-state professional programs usually because those fields of study are not available at public institutions in their home states.