How Costs Vary
Tuition & Fees
Tuition and fees vary depending on your enrollment level. For a breakdown of these costs according to credit hour, see Weber’s most recent tuition and fees tables.
The number of credits you are take each semester determines your enrollment level:
- Full time = 12+ credit hours (graduate students = 9 credit hours)
- Three-quarter time = 9-11 credit hours
- Half time = 6-8 credit hours (graduate students = 5 credit hours)
- Less than half time (only applicable to Federal Pell Grants) = 1-5 credit hours
Your cost of attending Weber includes tuition, fees, books and supplies, as well as an allowance for living costs such as room, board, transportation and personal expenses.
Cost of attendance amounts are displayed on your Award Offer as aid eligibility has been determined. These amounts are updated annually and may vary based on your personal circumstance.
Your cost of attendance will depend on:
- Where you live while attending
- If you are an undergraduate or graduate student
- If you are a Utah resident or non-resident student
Budget for 2014-2015
Example of a full-time student’s cost of attendance (undergraduate level based on two semesters at full-time enrollment)
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Note: The cost of attendance is pro-rated for less than full-time attendance, so lower budgets are used for three-quarter time (9-11 hours) and half time (6-8 hours).
Calculate for Yourself
Weber’s Net Price Calculator is a tool to help you calculate the approximate total cost of attendance based on your residency status, living arrangement and other factors.
HB248 Tuition Disclosure 2012-2013
Full-time undergraduate resident students at Weber State University paying a semester of tuition and fees contribute an estimated 55% of the full cost of instruction. The remaining support is provided by state tax funds.