The Cost of Attendance (COA) of William Jewell College is a federally regulated calculation that includes expenses payable to the college and expenses one might have in an educational program. The direct cost of attending Jewell includes tuition, fees, room and meals. These charges are payable to the College each semester. The indirect costs, or educational expenses that one might have while attending college, include books and supplies, transportation between campus and home, and personal expenses while you are a student. These items will not appear on a billing statement, but are expenses one must consider during the course of an academic year. The sum of charges payable to the College and estimated educational expenses is the total COA.

2017-2018 Undergraduate COA – $47,928

  • Tuition – $$32,850
  • Fees – $770
  • Room – $5,370
  • Meals – $4,270
  • Books (Supplies) – $800
  • Transportation – $1,668
  • Personal – $2,200

These figures are standard for all, full-time undergraduates residing on campus for the entire 2017-2018 academic year. For semester amounts, divide totals above by two (2). Commuters and independent students’ (as defined by the U.S. Department of Education) estimated educational expenses are calculated differently; however, as William Jewell requires on-campus residency, only those COAs are displayed here for undergraduate students. International student cost of attendance is also calculated according to individual requirements.