Wesleyan College: Tuition & Loans

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Tuition and fees per year
$20,400
High
Average tuition prices at Wesleyan College are high - $20,200 annually. The additional fees at Wesleyan College not covered by tuition are about $200; this comes to $20,400 annually.

If you are thinking about a less costly alternative in Georgia - visit the Affordable Colleges in Georgia ranking. The chart below shows Wesleyan College tuition costs and additional fees compared to the competing and nearby colleges:

Anunual Tuition and Fees in Wesleyan College and Competing Colleges

Wesleyan College Tuition Comparison Chart

Books and Supplies

The average cost of books and additional supplies required to study at Wesleyan College is $2,000 a year; which is quite expensive if compared to other colleges in Georgia.

FAFSA Application

FAFSA Code
2017-2018
001600
If you anticipate to file your FAFSA application for Federal Student Aid, the college code for Wesleyan College is 001600. Please verify this code before using it with your FAFSA application.

Federal Student Aid is an office of the US Department of Education, which provides financial aid to eligible applicants. To meet minimum eligibility requirements you will need to have a valid Social Security number and high school diploma or GED certificate.

Repaying Your School Loans

Repayment
Failure Rate
8%
Low
The government reported that the median federal student loan amount for Wesleyan College is approximately $7,900.

At the same time, 7.5% of the recent Wesleyan College graduates have failed to maintain their federal student loan repayments. This rate of loan repayment defaults (7.5%) is low and might lead to a conclusion that Wesleyan College graduates have very good career perspectives.

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