Statements concerning expenses are not to be regarded as forming an irrevocable contract between the student and the University. The costs of instruction and other services outlined herein are those in effect on the date of publication of this bulletin, and the University reserves the right to change without notice the cost of instruction and other services at any time.
Charges are due in full on August 1 for the fall semester and December 1 for the spring semester. Faculty regulations require that student accounts be settled in full before the student may be entitled to receive an official transcript or diploma, or to register for classes.
|$2,650 (per hour) *
|$75 (per hour)
|$950 (per hour)
* Students must receive approval prior to the start of classes for part-time study.
Students should expect an increase yearly in tuition. Students must obtain approval for part-time status prior to the beginning of the semester from the Office of Academic Advising to be eligible for part-time tuition.
Students enrolled in the College or in the School of Business for full-time residence credit are given full privileges regarding libraries, laboratories, athletic contests, concerts, publications, the Student Union, the University Theatre, and Student Health Services. Part-time students are granted the use of the libraries, laboratories, and Student Health Services but not to the other privileges mentioned above.
Students are required to arrive on campus by the last day to add a course for each semester.
|Deacon Place rooms
|Single rooms and all apartments
|Summer session: single
|Summer session: double
All resident students are required to sign-up for a meal plan. Choose the plan that best fits your lifestyle and the minimum plan for your housing type. To select your plan, first, log in to the Housing Portal. Off-campus residents may purchase a meal plan, but are not required to do so. For specific details on all meal plans choices, including the specific meal plans and prices, please visit Deacon Dining’s website.
All students, regardless of class year, can change (increase or decrease) their meal plan for the fall semester through August 1, adhering to area and class year minimums. Plan decreases for the fall semester are not allowed after August 1; however, plan increases will be accepted through September 30 adhering to area and class year minimums. Plan decreases for the spring semester are not allowed after January 3; however, plan increases will be accepted through January 31 adhering to area and class year minimums.
In addition to a meal plan, students may also purchase Deacon Dollars. The Deacon Dollar account is a debit account system on the student ID card that allows purchases throughout campus.
Meal Plan Options
|Black Plus Plan
|Apartment Style Plan
** Commuter students only.
An admission application fee of $85 is required with each application for admission to cover the cost of processing and is nonrefundable.
An admission deposit of $1,500 is required for students applying to Wake Forest University. All admissions deposits must be submitted to the director of admissions and are nonrefundable. The applicable deposit is credited to the student’s charges for the semester for which he or she has been accepted for admission.
Individual instruction music fees are required in addition to tuition for students enrolling for individual study in applied music in the Department of Music and are billed to the student account by Student Financial Services. The fee is $325 for ½-hour music classes and $650 for 1-hour music classes.
A one-time nonrefundable new-student orientation fee of $270 is charged to all new and transfer students in the fall semester.
A mandatory nonrefundable student health fee of $550 per year is charged for all full-time Reynolda campus students.
A mandatory nonrefundable student activity fee of $206 per year is charged to all full-time Reynolda campus students.
A mandatory nonrefundable wellness fee of $394 per year is charged to all full-time Reynolda campus students.
A continuous enrollment fee of $100 per semester is charged to a student who has been granted continuous enrollment.
Library fees are charged for lost or damaged books and are payable in the library.
Returned check fee of $25 is charged for each returned check or returned DEAC payment by the Office of Student Financial Services
Student Health Insurance
Student Health Insurance Premium. Wake Forest University requires health insurance for all full-time, degree-seeking students. Students who demonstrate coverage that meets our criteria may waive the insurance provided by WFU. Students may apply for a waiver or enroll online beginning June 1st. Premiums for student health insurance will be determined each year and published on the Wake Forest University website. Complete details and criteria can be found online.
Medical Leave Continuous Enrollment Status. Students enrolled in the health insurance plan may continue coverage for a maximum of one year while on medical continuous enrollment status approved by the University. Students must intend to return and remain a degree-seeking candidate and remit appropriate premiums. To determine if you are eligible, please contact Student Blue for more information at 800-579-8022 or 336-758-4247.