Everyone’s financial situation is unique, and we’re here to make sure cost does not get in the way of an exceptional education.

Examples

Your expected family contribution is calculated by taking your financial aid award and scholarships and subtracting that from the total cost of attendance.

Family A

A Missouri married couple with a household income of $63,600 with $0 assets. They have one student attending college during the 2019-2020 academic year.

2019-2020 Cost of Attendance

$76,910

Estimated Financial Aid Award

with no loans

$68,132

2019-2020 Expected Family Contribution

$7,432

Family B

A couple living together from Florida with a household income of $120,000 and a net worth of $51,000. The family has one student in college during the 2019-2020 academic year.

2019-2020 Cost of Attendance

$76,910

Estimated Financial Aid Award


$52,7000

2019-2020 Expected Family Contribution

$24,210

Calculate your cost

We encourage you to utilize our two cost calculators—both have been designed to give you an estimate of your family’s financial contribution to WashU. Each will ask you a series of questions, which will help determine the monetary value of your financial aid award and scholarships.

MyinTuition

This calculator asks six basic financial questions to provide you with a quick estimate of college costs, and works best for families with less complex financial situations.

MyinTuition

Net Price Calculator

This calculator asks more in-depth questions to generate an estimate of your net price. The calculator takes approximately 7 minutes to complete.

Net Price Calculator


TYPES OF AID

We meet 100% of demonstrated financial need for admitted students.

Once your eligibility for aid is determined, we’ll offer you a financial aid award. Awards range up to the full cost of attendance, including no-loan packages for families earning $75,000 or less.

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Personalized Support

Once you begin the application process, a financial aid counselor will work individually with you to understand your unique circumstances and continue to support you throughout your undergraduate years.