How much does WT cost per year?

You may get a quick estimate of the cost of one academic year using our cost calculator. For detailed information on how West Texas A&M University students are billed, please read through this page. The cost of tuition per semester varies based on residency, academic classification, housing, and specific fees for courses and/or academic programs.

Information About:

Costs for Undergraduate Students  
Costs for Graduate Students  
Who Determines Residency Status?  
Texas Resident Students  
Out-of-State Students  
International Resident Students  
Declared Majors and Specific Course with an Approved Additional Flat Fee  

About Rate Tables

The tables below give the base cost of attendance based on residency status and year that coursework is begun at West Texas A&M University. Each link will open a new page, giving the breakdown of the base cost of attendance for 1-26 hours on Fall and Spring tables, and 1-15 hours on Intersession and Summer tables. These costs are approved by the Texas A&M System Board of Regents. Rate tables will NOT include course fees or lab fees (other than differential tuition rates.)

Guaranteed Rate Undergraduate Students - The rate table year for undergraduate is determined by the semester they begin course work at West Texas A&M University. If the student exceeds the guaranteed rate of time, they will then move to the newest tables available for the year their guaranteed rates expire.

One Year Rate Undergraduate Students - The undergraduate student’s rate table year is the current academic year rate.

Graduate and Second Bachelor's - A student enrolling as a new graduate or second bachelor’s student will be billed at the current academic graduate rate. Second bachelor’s students are not charged Graduate Tuition and Graduate Designated Tuition for all classes at a 4000 level or less.

Cost Of Attendance Tables

Use the links below to jump to semester type and table year to see the full base cost of 1-26 hours for Fall and Spring semesters, and 1-15 hours for Intersession and Summer semesters.  

Fall/Spring Tables by Year

Academic years begin with the Fall Semester and end with the Second Summer Session of the following year. Fall semesters run from August through December. Spring semesters run from January through May. Summer terms run from June thru July and partially into August before the next academic year starts.  One-year rate and graduate students will be billed using the current academic year rate tables.  Guaranteed rate undergraduate students are billed using the same table for the academic year in which they first enrolled at WT and for 48 consecutive months thereafter (or until they graduate, whichever comes first.)