The following breakdown is an estimate and can change.
||Fall or Spring
|Cultural Activities and Program Fees
|Room and Board*
|Health Insurance (varies in summer depending on length of stay. Approximately $33/week.)
|Costs Per Semester
|Additional Campus Fees (These Vary)
|Laptop Fee** (varies in summer depending on length of stay. Approximately $40/week.)
|Estimate of books and other supplies
|Estimate of personal expenses
|Estimate of transportation expenses
|Total Per Semester (including all fees)
*Room and board estimates are based on on-campus expenses. Students may also obtain housing off-campus.
**Students who have all of their classes in the ELP are not required to lease a laptop from WSU, but it is strongly recommended. Summer laptops are at no cost if the student continues enrollment at WSU the following fall semester.
Payment and Cancellation
Fall and spring semester ELP tuition and program fees must be paid in full by the end of the second week. A payment plan is possible with approval by the ELP and the Student Accounts office. Summer ELP tuition and program fees must be paid in full during the first week unless you receive government sponsorship. If you receive government scholarship, you must submit an original letter of such sponsorship to the ELP office upon arrival to the campus or as soon as such a letter is available but no later than the end of the third week.
Semester Cancellation and Refund Policy
The application processing fee is non-refundable. If a student cancels during the third week of the program, the cancellation fee is 70% of the ELP tuition and program fees. After the third week of the program, no refund is given. All withdrawals, transfers or cancellations must be submitted in writing to the ELP Director.
Summer Cancellation and Refund Policy
If the student cancels during the first week of the program, the cancelation fee is 70% of the ELP tuition and program fees. After the first week of the program, no refund is given. All withdrawals, transfers or cancellations must be submitted in writing to the ELP Director.