Tuition & Fees
Invest in Yourself.
Did you know that the typical college graduate earns between 70-80% more than a typical high-school graduate, and those with advance degrees earn two to three times as much as high-school graduates? An investment in yourself is a valuable one.
At SMWC, our Financial Aid staff is here to help you find the resources you need to finance your education. Distance education students can take advantage of Stafford Loans, Federal Pell Grant and State Grants, as well as grants and scholarships from outside sources.
Financial Aid is Available!
Almost all part-time and full-time students are eligible to receive financial aid benefits. You are eligible for financial assistance when you are enrolled in at least 6 credit hours of classes. Two Woods Online classes (8 week), or two Woods Online classes (16 week) will qualify you for part-time financial aid.
To learn about financing a private college education please see our Financial Aid FAQs.
6 Easy Steps to Qualify for Financial Aid
- Complete your application for admission into our program.
- Fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
- Review the Student Aid Report (SAR), mailed to you after the completion of the FAFSA.
- Submit any paperwork requested by the college's Financial Aid Office.
- Confirm that you are fully admitted to the College.
- Review your financial aid award letter.
Tuition & Fees
New Freshman/Transfer Tuition
(12 - 18 credit hours)
|Returning Student Tuition (12-18 credit hours)
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|Tuition per credit hour
(less than 12 credit hours)
|Room (average cost)||$3,924|
(waived if completed online)
|General Fee (returning students only)||$800|
|Extension Fee (charged for class extensions)||$35|
|International Orientation Fee||$400|
|Independent Study (per credit hour)||$482|
|Internship (per credit hour, above 18 hours)||$482|
|Audit Fee (per course, no credit given)|
|1 course audit||$150|
|2 course audit||$200|
|Community Service Classes (per credit hour)||$200|