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Tuition & Financial Aid

As part of the Massachusetts public higher education system, Westfield State University is proud to offer a comprehensive university experience at a price that minimizes cost.

Not a full-time undergraduate?

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Application Fee: $50

Tuition

Tuition is free for persons 60 years of age and over.

  • Deposit
    $150
  • In-State
    $970 annually
  • Out-of-State
    $7,050 annually
  • New England Regional Program
    $1,455 annually

Fees

(Subject to change)

  • All Students (except Nursing)
    $7,711.66 annually
  • Nursing Students
    $8,741.66 annually

Housing

View Residence Halls

  • New Student Deposit
    $150
  • Returning Student Deposit
    $200
  • Cost (varies by Residence Hall)
    $5,910 - $8,750 annually

Dining (per semester)

View Dining Selections on Campus

  • 19 Meals/Week
    $1,847
  • 14 Meals/Week
    $1,804
  • 10 Meals/Week
    $1,762
  • 5 Meals/Week (Commuters or On-Campus Apartments only)
    $650

Payment Information

Financial Aid

To be considered for all financial aid offered through Westfield State, you only need to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

Financial Aid Rules & Regulations:

Money Management

Feel like money is tight? When you are a student, finances can be overwhelming.  CashCourse offers FREE online personal finance tools to get you on the right path to a great financial future, while making your money count today.  Register for a free account and take charge of your money today!

Scholarships

First-Year Students

Westfield State offers merit scholarships based on the Application for Admission (There are no separate scholarship applications.) However, students are encouraged to apply for outside scholarships as well.

Sophomores, Juniors & Seniors

Returning students are eligible to apply for additional Westfield scholarships. Contact Lisa McMahon at (413) 485-7360 for more information.