The W has a free Application for Admission, which can be finished in about 15 minutes.
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Phone: (662) 329-7106
Director of Admissions
Regional Admissions Staff
We believe that the cost of a college education should not be a deterrent to your student's pursuit of earning a college degree. The W has kept tuition among the lowest in the Southeast. We offer that same low tuition to residents of every state, and a range of scholarships, and grants to help them pay for their education. The Net Price Calculator can give you an idea of the costs to attend The W and the scholarships your student might be eligible to receive.
Costs & Tuition Freshman Net Price Calculator Transfer Net Price Calculator Scholarships Financial Aid
The FAFSA is your first step toward federal, state, and institutional financial aid. You must complete the FAFSA every year to remain eligible for federal student aid.
The FAFSA is available beginning October 1 the year before you enroll. Many grants and scholarship have early deadlines, so complete the FAFSA as soon as possible to qualify for the most opportunities.
Use The W's Federal School Code: 002422 to prevent delays in processing your financial aid.
Your student's financial aid package will likely consist of a number different types of aid. Whether they want to study On Campus or Online, all students are eligible for the same financial aid.
Schedule your visit today and experience the historic campus of The W. Enjoy the aromas that spill into the air from the Culinary Arts Institute’s kitchen. Engage and experience one of the many nursing hospital simulation labs. Delight your ears as you stroll by Poindexter music hall. See why The W has been recognized as one of the South’s most beautiful campuses.
Your student has worked hard to get here and we want to make sure they get credit for all their hard work. The W offers university credit hours for certain scores on Advanced Placement Test and International Baccalaureate courses. We can also help you transfer credit hours from community colleges, early college high schools, and dual enrollment/dual credit courses.