Cost & Aid

The Value of a NC Wesleyan College Education

College is the gateway to a lifetime of opportunities for graduates. College can be expensive, but North Carolina Wesleyan can guide you down several pathways to an affordable college career. In fact, over 98% of our traditional students receive financial assistance from a variety of sources such as grants, scholarships, work-study, and student loans.

Annual Cost of Attendance

Payment Options

Students should be focused on their academic goals, not stressed about how they will make their next tuition payment. North Carolina Wesleyan understands that taking on college expenses can be daunting. That’s why we offer payment plans in the form of monthly installments to pay your tuition and fees. There is a $40 annual, nonrefundable fee for participation.

For more information, or to set up a payment plan, contact the North Carolina Wesleyan Business Office at 252.985.5104 .


North Carolina Wesleyan College ranks in the top 30 schools in the state for BEST VALUE

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Some students end up paying less at a private college than a public institution due to the increased availability of merit and need-based scholarships.


Cost of Attendance


Room (Double)4,950
Meal Plan6,200
*Additional fees include:

  • $200 Student Activity Fee
  • $200 Technology Fee
  • $150 Wellness Fee
  • $50 Orientation Fee
    (1st year students only)
  • $50 Processing Fee
    (1st year students only)
Room (Double)$2,475
Meal Plan$3,100

Net Price Calculator

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What does Net Price mean?
Net Price is the amount that a student pays to attend an institution in a single academic year AFTER subtracting scholarships and grants the student receives. Scholarships and grants are forms of financial aid that a student does not have to pay back.
What is a Net Price Calculator?
Net price calculators are available on a college’s or university’s website and allow prospective students to enter information about themselves to find out what students like them paid to attend the institution in the previous year, after taking grants and scholarship aid into account.

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