TRADITIONAL UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS:
In general, students must be enrolled full-time (12 hours per semester) as at Roberts to receive financial aid. State and federal grants, as well as student loans, may be available for less than full-time enrollment. Students must meet the eligibility requirements of the specific programs from which they receive assistance. Such requirements include maintaining satisfactory academic progress and program pursuit toward a degree, maintaining a minimum grade point average, having financial need, and other specific conditions of federal, state, or College regulations.
Detailed information regarding Tuition costs can be found in the Student Accounts section. Use our Net Price Calculator for an estimate of financial assistance.
Transfer students should be aware of federal and state financial aid limits and how they could impact your ability to pay to attend RWC.
Please refer to the College Catalog for more detailed information.
NON-TRADITIONAL UNDERGRADUATE OR GRADUATE STUDENTS:
Graduate and Modular students should visit the listing of graduate or modular programs to find information regarding financial aid specific for your program.
Detailed information regarding Tuition costs can be found in the Student Accounts section.