Quad Cities Campus

Tuition and Fees

Tuition and fees are displayed below. All students, no matter their state of residence, on the Quad Cities Campus pay Illinois in-state tuition and there is no requirement to establish Illinois residency.

See the 2010-2011 cost summary below:

 

Services Per Credit Per Semester
(15 Credit Hours)
Per Year

Summer Fall/Spring

Undergraduate Tuition $240.65 $240.65 $3609.75 $7,219.50
Undergraduate Fees $9.68 $17.83 $267.45 $534.90
Total Tuition/Fees $250.30 $258.48 $3,877.20 $7,754.40
Estimated Books/Supplies

$600.00 $1,200.00

 

Services Per Credit Per Semester
(15 Credit Hours)
Per Year

Summer Fall/Spring

Graduate Tuition $265.40 $265.40 $3,981.00 $7,962.00
Graduate Fees $9.68 $17.83 $267.45 $534.90
Totals $275.08 $283.23 $4,248.45 $8,496.90
Estimated Books/Supplies

$600.00 $1,200.00

 


Reduced University fees

The Board of Trustees has approved a 25% reduction in student activity, athletic, health center, publications, transit and computer fees for students registered Fall/Spring semester for 9 or more hours (Summer session for 6 or more hours) of student teaching, internship or overseas experience. These reductions are for the academic term in which the student completes the student teaching, internship or overseas experience. The preceding information reflects the full fee rates.


Student Cost Guarantee

Transfer students who earn an associate’s degree and transfer to WIU the following semester will receive the previous year’s cost guarantee rates. Western was the first university in the state to offer this guarantee, and the only university in the state to include fees and room and board in that guarantee.

Western Illinois University also offers guaranteed tuition and fees for graduate students. Students eligible for the graduate cost guarantee must meet the following:

  1. Must be enrolled in a graduate degree program (unclassified graduate students will not be eligible);

  2. The guarantee will be for four consecutive years. If the student has not finished the degree program within four years, the rate will be advanced by two years and will continue for another two years;

  3. If the student becomes unclassified during the guarantee program, he/she will be moved to the current rates and will not be covered by the guarantee until enrolled in a degree program;

  4. The guarantee will cover per-hour tuition rate, per-hour University fee rate, and room and board.

 

To locate your guaranteed costs, find your plan on This link will open in a new browser window WIU's tuition website.