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Walla Walla Community College

Tuition Overview

We make it easy for you to calculate your tuition. The following charts break down costs based on the number of credits you’re taking, your residential status, and the type of program you’re enrolled in.

2023-2024 Tuition and Fees: Standard

For students seeking associate degrees, certificates, and enrolling in non-degree programs.
2023 – 2024 Tuition & Fees Schedule

Credit Level A.
Washington Resident
B.
US Citizen not WA Res
C.
International
D.
HS Completion
E.
Parent Ed
F.
EMT/FA
1 $140.48 $177.61 $334.85 $32.90 $16.00 $54.90
2 $280.96 $355.22 $669.70 $65.80 $32.00 $109.80
3 $421.44 $532.83 $1,004.55 $98.70 $48.00 $164.70
4 $561.92 $710.44 $1,339.40 $131.60 $64.00 $219.60
5 $702.40 $888.05 $1,674.25 $164.50 $80.00 $274.50
6 $842.88 $1,065.66 $2,009.10 $197.40 $96.00 $329.40
7 $983.36 $1,243.27 $2,343.95 $230.30 $112.00 $384.30
8 $1,123.84 $1,420.88 $2,678.80 $263.20 $128.00 $439.20
9 $1,264.32 $1,598.49 $3,013.65 $296.10 $144.00 $494.10
10 $1,404.80 $1,776.10 $3,348.50 $329.00 $160.00 $549.00
11 $1,465.82 $1,855.44 $3,417.46 $345.00 $176.00 $590.00
12 $1,526.84 $1,934.78 $3,486.42 $361.00 $192.00 $631.00
13 $1,587.86 $2,014.12 $3,555.38 $377.00 $208.00 $672.00
14 $1,648.88 $2,093.46 $3,624.34 $393.00 $224.00 $713.00
15 $1,709.90 $2,172.80 $3,693.30 $409.00 $240.00 $754.00
16 $1,770.92 $2,237.14 $3,762.26 $425.00 $256.00 $795.00
17 $1,831.94 $2,301.48 $3,831.22 $441.00 $272.00 $836.00
18 $1,892.96 $2,365.82 $3,900.18 $457.00 $288.00 $877.00
19+ per credit $110.87 $114.17 $305.24 $25.00 $16.00 $41.00
2023-2024 Tuition and Fees: Bachelor of Applied Science

For students pursuing a Bachelor of Applied Science in Agricultural Systems or a Bachelor of Applied Science in Business Management. Students taking a combination of standard and bachelor’s degree credits will pay a combination of those tuition rates.

Credit Level A.
Washington Resident
B.
US Citizen not WA Res
C.
International
1 $257.00 $299.67 $691.60
2 $514.00 $599.34 $1,383.20
3 $771.00 $899.01 $2,074.80
4 $1,028.00 $1,198.68 $2,766.40
5 $1,285.00 $1,498.35 $3,458.00
6 $1,542.00 $1,798.02 $4,149.60
7 $1,799.00 $2,097.69 $4,841.20
8 $2,056.00 $2,397.36 $5,532.80
9 $2,313.00 $2,697.03 $6,224.40
10 $2,570.00 $2,996.70 $6,916.00
11 $2,582.33 $3,024.95 $6,929.25
12 $2,594.66 $3,053.20 $6,942.50
13 $2,606.99 $3,081.45 $6,955.75
14 $2,619.32 $3,109.70 $6,969.00
15 $2,631.65 $3,137.95 $6,982.25
16 $2,643.98 $3,151.20 $6,995.50
17 $2,656.31 $3,164.45 $7,008.75
18 $2,668.64 $3,177.70 $7,022.00
19+ per credit $227.39 $237.59 $661.99
Special Tuition Rates

ABE, GED, ESL

Students pay a $25.00 per quarter at the time of registration. (Waivers for needy students available).

Dependents of Deceased/Disabled Law Enforcement Officers and Fire Fighters

Dependents may be eligible for 100% waiver in tuition. Contact the Office of Admissions and Records at [email protected].

Senior Citizens

  • Washington State seniors (age 60 and above) may also enroll as audit in regular academic or vocational courses for $2.50 per course, in addition to paying the cost of the course fees. Seniors are limited to two courses per quarter. At this time, we are unable to offer this enrollment for credit. Registration is contingent on the course meeting the full enrollment of 12 students, and space availability. Seniors are able to register for these classes after the first class meeting.

Veterans

Reduced tuition rates available for eligible Washington-domiciled veterans or National Guard members, and children and spouses of totally disabled veterans, POWs/MIAs, deceased eligible veterans or National Guard. Contact the Office of Admissions and Records ([email protected]) for qualifications. Provide your “Honorable Discharge” DD214 and your Washington Driver’s License to determine your qualification.

* The following are considered Washington residents:
  • Washington State residents
  • Non-residents taking classes toward high school completion
  • Residents under 19 taking classes toward high school completion, with permission only
  • Non-U.S. citizens without a visa if the Washington Higher Education Residency, Affidavit/Declaration/Certification, (HB1079) is met

Note: Effective July 1, 2003, individuals who are not permanent residents or U.S. citizens MAY qualify for resident tuition if they have or will have graduated from a Washington State high school, or while living in Washington, have received the equivalent of a high school diploma. A three-year residency requirement must be fulfilled. Additional criteria are required. Please contact the Walla Walla Campus Office of Admission and Records at 509.524.5168; toll-free 877.992.9922.

Fees Overview

Comprehensive Fee

Comprehensive fees support the non-academic services needed to help run WWCC, such as administration, health services, student activities, transportation, and more. This $4.90 per credit (maximum $49.00) is included in the tuition and fee overview.

eLearning Fee

eLearning fees support providing digitally-based instruction, including the cost of the learning management system on which the classes are hosted and associated expenses.

Web-enhanced classes: $25 per class

Hybrid/HyFlex classes: $25 per class

Fully Online classes: $25 per class

Facility Use Fee

Facility use fees help WWCC maintain the buildings and grounds throughout our campuses. This is a $9.00 per credit (maximum $90.00) fee.

International Student Fees

International Application Fee of $50 covers the cost of shipping application materials internationally.

International Housing Placement Fee of $150 covers the costs associated with housing placement

Parking Violation Fee

Students may be charged a parking fine of $10 per occurrence (maximum $200) for parking violations.

Professional/Technical Overload Fee

Professional/technical students registered exclusively in required professional/technical courses for their degree will be charged $25.00 per credit in excess of 18 credits. Contact the Office of Admissions and Records for additional information.

Non-professional/technical students registered for more than 18 credits, see tuition and fee overview table for the cost of 19+ credits.

Re-enrollment Fee

$50.00 fee assessed to any student dropped for non-payment of account who wishes to re-enroll in the same quarter.

Technology Fee

Technology fees fund online services for WWCC students and staff, such as internet access, email, cybersecurity, software, computer labs, digital library resources, tech support, and more. This $3.00 per credit (maximum $30.00) is included in the tuition and fee overview.

Registration and Tuition Deadlines

Students should be registered, with tuition paid, by 5:00 p.m. on the tuition due date. If you register after the tuition due date, you must pay tuition at the time of registration, and you will be charged a registration fee. If you do not pay your tuition by this schedule, you may be dropped from your classes.

If your tuition is covered by financial aid or another source such as scholarships, VA, Worker Retaining, etc., it is your responsibility to ensure your tuition bill has been paid. Contact the Cashier’s Office before the due date to confirm you are up to date on payments.

Tuition Due Dates

Please refer to the  the academic calendar for all important dates including dates for registration and when tuition is due.

 

Cost of Attendance Budget

The cost of your education includes more than just your tuition. Our sample cost of attendance budget takes a holistic look at your financial obligations, including books and personal expenses.

2023-24 Student Budget: Standard

For students seeking associate degrees, certificates, and enrolling in non-degree programs.

Student Budgets Dependent (Living with Parents) Not Living with Parents
Tuition and Fees (estimate)* $5,130 $5,130
Books and Supplies $762 $762
Rent/Food/Utilities $8,592 $17,868
Transportation $1,800 $1,938
Misc./Personal $1,950 $1,950
TOTAL $18,234 $27,648

*Add $1,389 for non-residential tuition

2023-24 Student Budget: Bachelor of Applied Science

For students pursuing a Bachelor of Applied Science in Agricultural Systems or a Bachelor of Applied Science in Business Management.

Student Budgets Dependent (Living with Parents) Not Living with Parents
Tuition and Fees (estimate)* $7,896 $7,896
Books and Supplies $762 $762
Rent/Food/Utilities $8,592 $17,868
Transportation $1,800 $1,938
Misc./Personal $1,950 $1,950
TOTAL $21,000 $30,414

*Add $1,518 for non-resident tuition.

Net Price Calculator

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Disclosing WWCC Sources of Revenue

HB 1795 Disclosure

RCW 28B.15.0681(5)(a) and (b) requires that institutions of higher education provide certain information to all undergraduate resident students.

5a) Fiscal Year 2023 Sources of Institutional Revenue:

  • State: $23,469,214
  • Grants & Contracts: $15,021,457
  • Local: $3,186,227
  • Tuition: $5,364,517
  • Total: $47,041,415

5b) Tuition revenue, as defined by RCW 28B.15.020, includes the Building Fee and the Operating Fee. Building Fee revenue is appropriated by the legislature specifically for buildings, equipment, maintenance, and other capital projects. The figures below show the major activities supported by Operating Fee revenue in fiscal year 2023.

  • Instruction: $2,944,502
  • Primary Academic Support: $665,768
  • Library: $175,371
  • Student Services: $1,050,239
  • Institutional Support: $2,586,483
  • Plant Operations: $1,047,912
  • Total: $8,470,275

 

Note: This information is provided to all SBCTC system colleges and is prepared annually by SBCTC.  In addition, it is linked for all colleges from the SBCTC website.