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The cost of education at Texas Woman's University differs significantly among students. The financial requirements should be studied carefully so that the student knows before enrollment each semester exactly how expenses are going to be paid. By assessing estimated costs and estimated resources, a student can determine well in advance the possible need for financial assistance. The primary responsibility for meeting the cost of higher education lies with the student and his/her family. The primary purpose of student financial aid is to provide financial assistance to students, who, without such aid, would be unable to attend college.

Estimated Nine-Month Student Budget

The table below shows an estimated budget for a TWU student in a nine-month academic year (spring and fall semesters).


Item Off-Campus On-Campus At-Home
Tuition (15 sem.hrs.) $5,950         $5,950 $5,950
Fees $2,572         $2,572 $2,572
Books & Supplies $1,050 $1,050 $1,050
Room & Board $6,750 $7,443 $2,500
Personal Expenses $2,394 $2,088       $1,188
Transportation $1,248 $873 $1,248
TOTAL $19,964 $19,976 $15,508

Add $11,700 for out-of-state tuition charges.

Graduate resident tuition & fees - $628/hr.

Graduate non-resident tuition & fees - $1,018/hr.

Eligible students who incur child care expenses for preschool age children may receive assistance up to $1,044 per child up to a maximum of $3,132 annually. Documentation of child care cost may be required.

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