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University of Washington Tuition and Fees 2023-2024 Academic Year

Before planning for your enrollment at the University of Washington, it is advisable to know the University of Washington tuition and fees and the estimated living and personal expenses in order to know what to budget.

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For this reason, we have published updated information regarding the estimated living and personal expenses as well as the total tuition costs of the University of Washington for both undergraduate and graduate degree programs.

But these figures are subject to change. We will update this page with the updated figures once there are published.

So if you want to know the total amount to budget for tuition, personal, and living expenses, then below is a breakdown of the estimated cost of attending any of the University of Washington undergraduate and graduate programs for the 2023-2024 academic year.

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University of Washington Tuition and Fees

The table below shows the estimated annual cost of attendance for first-year undergraduates at the University of Washington’s three campuses for the 2023-2024 academic year. It indicates student budgets and fees for fall, winter, and spring.

2023-2024 Annual Student Budget Items BOTHELL SEATTLE TACOMA
Room and Board* (traditional undergraduates) $15,282 $16,068 $14,220
Books, Personal, Transportation* $4,890 $3,780 $4,362
Annual Student Fees – Total** $1,385 $1,427 $1,439
New Student Enrollment & Orientation Fee (one time)*** $350 $374 $170
Student Tech Fee $126 $0 $120
Services and Activities Fee $312 $471 $474
Student Activities Center $441
Student Activities Center Programming $66
Sports Field $90
Facilities Renovation Fee $210
Intramural Activities Building (IMA) $96
U-PASS**** $276 $135
YMCA $540
Resident Undergraduate Annual Tuition $11,189 $11,189 $11,189
RESIDENT UNDERGRADUATE ANNUAL TOTAL $32,746 $32,464 $31,210
Non-Resident Undergraduate Annual Tuition $39,687 $39,687 $39,687
NON-RESIDENT UNDERGRADUATE ANNUAL TOTAL $61,244 $60,962 $59,708

UW Seattle Undergraduate Students

2023-2024 Student Budget Nine-Month Expenses
Budget Items Living with Parents / Relative Living on/off campus Students with dependents
Textbooks & course supplies $900 $900 $900
Rent, utilities & food $5,196 $16,068 $19,950
Personal & miscellaneous $2,388 $2,388 $2,388
Transportation  $714 $492 $1,368
Resident Tuition $12,242 $12,242 $12,242
Resident Total Costs $21,440 $32,090 $36,848
Non-Resident Tuition $40,740 $40,740 $40,740
Non-Resident Total Costs $49,938 $60,588 $65,346

UW Seattle Graduate and Professional students

2023-2024 Graduate & Professional Student Budget Nine-Month Expenses
Budget Items Lives with Parents / Relative Graduate / Professional
Textbooks & course supplies $825 $825
Rent, utilities & food $5,196 $19,950
Personal & miscellaneous $2,388 $2,388
Transportation  $1,368 $1,368
Resident Tuition $18,057 $18,057
Resident Total Costs $27,834 $42,588
Non-Resident Tuition $31,530 $31,530
Non-Resident Total Costs $41,307 $56,061

The University of Washington summer sessions is open to all — both nonmatriculated and matriculated students. Nonmatriculated students are those who are not seeking a degree but are taking courses at UW. Matriculated students are students pursuing a degree at the University of Washington.

Nonmatriculated Tuition at UW Seattle

Taking Undergraduate Courses Only

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Number of Credits Resident Tuition & Fees Nonresident Tuition & Fees
10–18** $4,025 $13,302
9 $3,632 $11,981
8 $3,239 $10,660
7 $2,846 $9,339
6 $2,453 $8,018
5 $2,060 $6,697
4 $1,667 $5,376
3 $1,274 $4,055
2 $881 $2,734

Taking One or More Graduate Courses

Number of Credits Resident Tuition & Fees Nonresident Tuition & Fees
7–18** $6,725 $11,688
6 $5,777 $10,031
5 $4,829 $8,374
4 $3,881 $6,717
3 $2,933 $5,060
2 or fewer $1,985 $3,403

Matriculated Tuition at UW Seattle

Taking Undergraduate Courses Only.

Tuition and fees in the table below are for undergraduate students only. Matriculated professional and graduate students pay fees and tuition based on their program of study.

Number of Credits Resident Tuition & Fees Nonresident Tuition & Fees
10–18** $4,025 $13,302
9 $3,632 $11,981
8 $3,239 $10,660
7 $2,846 $9,339
6 $2,453 $8,018
5 $2,060 $6,697
4 $1,667 $5,376
3 $1,274 $4,055
2 $881 $2,734

For more information on living expenses, tuition costs, and financial aid programs for undergraduate and graduate students, visit the official school portal at www.washington.edu

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