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Undergraduate Admissions

Tuition, Financial Aid, and Scholarships

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Undergraduate Admissions

Address:
100 W. Rosedale Avenue
West Chester, PA 19383


Office Hours:
Monday - Friday, 8:00am - 4:30pm

Summer Hours:
Monday - Friday, 8:00am - 4:00pm


Phone: 610-436-3411
Fax: 610-436-2907
Email: ugadmiss@wcupa.edu

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Tuition and Other Costs

Office of the Bursar

Located in the Kershner Student Service Center (near the Offices of Financial Aid and Registrar), the Office of the Bursar has specific information for parents, as well as general information about tuition and fees, billing and payment, and important WCU student online systems such as QuikPAY and myWCU.

Dining Services

Choose from a variety of meal plans from our Dining Services and get cost examples based on the current semester (costs vary per semester). Meal plan policies are also provided.

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Financial Aid

Located in the Kershner Student Service Center (near the Offices of the Bursar and Registrar), the Schock Financial Aid Office helps parents and students access and manage financial and academic awards such as PHEAA and Pell Grants, and Direct Loans. You can learn more about Scholarships on the Scholarship page.

Don't wait, apply now for financial aid at WCU. The code for West Chester University is 003328.

Important Dates:

  • January 1st: FAFSA is available.
  • March 1st: FAFSA Priority Deadline and WCU Student Employment Work-Study Application Deadline.
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Scholarships

Important Deadline for Freshmen Applicants: January 15th

Search for Scholarships

Use the WCU search to find the scholarship that fits your situation.

Financial Aid Scholarship Resources

For those working with FAFSA grants/loans and more, use Financial Aid Scholarship Resources to learn about the various scholarships for institutional, merit-based, and PHEAA awards, as well as popular websites to find them.

Merit-Based Scholarships

Freshmen who meet the minimum academic requirements for merit-based scholarship consideration, and are admitted to the University by January 15th, will be mailed a scholarship application. Candidates must have a minimum combined SAT score of 1200 or better (critical reading and math) and rank in the top 20% of their class. Students with a combined SAT score of 1150 may be considered if they rank in the top 15% of their class. Applicants who meet the academic criteria for scholarship consideration are encouraged to apply early in the fall of their senior year.

The University Scholarship Committee reviews all applications submitted by the assigned due date to determine the allocation of awards. Consideration will be based on the strength of academic achievements in high school, as well as involvement in co-curricular activities and accomplishments within the community.

Scholarship applicants should file their FAFSA forms in January of their senior year.

Questions regarding the invitation to apply for merit based scholarships should be directed to the Office of Admissions at 610-436-3411.
Questions regarding scholarship selection should be directed to the Office of Financial Aid at 610-436-2627.