Tuition rates 2017-2018
Tuition for the W&M Online MBA Program is charged per credit hour at the rate of $ 1,150.00 per hour. A one-time non-refundable graduation fee of $ 95.00 will be charged after the student files their 'Notice of Candidacy for Graduation'. In addition to the one credit hour charge, there will be an additional $ 600.00 flat fee for the mandatory Residency Course.
Tuition rates 2016-2017 (includes Summer 2017)
Tuition for the W&M Online MBA Program is charged per credit hour at the rate of $ 1,081.00 per hour. A one-time non-refundable graduation fee of $ 85.00 will be charged after the student files their 'Notice of Candidacy for Graduation'. In addition to the one credit hour charge, there will be an additional $ 600.00 flat fee for the mandatory Residency Course.
Students will be registered for two sessions at the beginning of each traditional W&M semester in the Fall and Spring. Fall semester eBill statements will be generated July 11, 2017 and due in full August 1, 2017. Spring eBill statements will be generated December 8, 2017 and due in full January 3, 2018. Summer eBill statements are generated during the first week of May and payment will be due in full June 1, 2017.
The College accepts online eCheck or credit card payments through eServices, check payments mailed to the W&M Cashier's Office or payments made in person at the W&M Cashier's Office in Blow Memorial Hall. The College also has a monthly Tuition Payment Plan available that offers 4 installment payments during the Fall and Spring semesters. Please refer to the W&M Student Accounts website for detailed information on the available payment methods.
All payments from outside sources, i.e. loans, military payments, scholarships, employer payments, etc. must be authorized and credited to the student's account as a pending credit by the due date of the eStatement. Failure to have the required information to the Bursar's Office by the due date will result in the placement of a financial hold. Outstanding accounts may also be assessed a late fee (10% of the outstanding balance up to $ 100.00).
If a student withdraws from class during the add/drop period (the first week of the session), all tuition will be adjusted to a -0- balance. If a student withdraws after the add/drop period, there will be no adjustment in tuition. Adjustments to financial aid or outside payment sources may be required if you withdraw. Please check with the Financial Aid office at (757)-221-2420 or your paying source before withdrawing from classes.
W&M Student Account information
Please visit the W&M Student Account website for further information pertaining to financial aid refunds, 1098T information and other financial information related to your W&M Student Account.
W&M Online MBA
Please visit the W&M Online MBA site for other information related to the program.