Graduate Tuition & Fees

Find the graduate tuition rates below for the 2022-2023 academic year. The rates apply to students enrolled in U.S. locations. For tuition information at international locations, visit the individual location's website.

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The tuition rates listed below are for the 2022-2023 academic year and are subject to change.

Graduate Tuition

St. Louis and Extended U.S. Locations

For MA, MS, MSN, MBA, MHA, MFA, MPA, MM* $700 per credit hour
For MA, MS, MSN, MBA, MHA, MFA, MPA, MM*, Corporate partnership $560 per credit hour
School of Education, St. Louis = M50X, M45X, F50V, M49X** $650 per credit hour
School of Education, St. Louis = M50X, M45X, F50V, M49X, Corporate partnership $520 per credit hour
For Doctor of Education (EdD) $930 per credit hour

* Excludes School of Education students

**Billing codes that reflect varying rates within departments in the School of Education

Online

All types, excluding military students $700 per credit hour
Corporate partnership $560 per credit hour
School of Education $650 per credit hour
School of Education, Corporate partnership $520 per credit hour
Success Studies (GSS 5000) per credit hour $100 per credit hour

 

Military Students (Active Duty, Guard, and Reserve)

Online $380 per credit hour
Military locations; Metropolitan locations $380 per credit hour
Doctor of Education (EdD), Webster Groves campus, military and first responders $625 per credit hour

Military spouses, military dependents, children of fallen patriots, and Folds of Honor scholarship recipients are eligible for Webster University’s USA Scholarship or NMFA Scholarship for the difference between the civilian tuition and military tuition for courses at all locations and online. First responders are eligible for Webster University’s First Responder Scholarship for the difference between the civilian tuition and military tuition for courses at all locations and online. Civil service employees and federal contract workers are eligible for Webster University’s USA Scholarship for the difference between the civilian tuition and military tuition for courses on base only.

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Doctor of Nurse Anesthesia Practice (DNAP)

Per session (excludes fees) $6,585
Fees, per term $800
Transfer credit $810

 

School of Education

St. Louis = M50X, M45X, F50V, M49X** $650 per credit hour
St. Louis = M50X, M45X, F50V, M49X**, Corporate partnership $520 per credit hour
Online $650 per credit hour
Online, Corporate partnership $520 per credit hour
Inservice 05 = M05X, MC5X** $470 per credit hour
Inservice 06 = MO6X, MC6X** $155 per credit hour
Inservice 08 = M08X (Conferences)** $80 per credit hour

**Billing codes that reflect varying rates within departments in the School of Education

Due to different degree completion lengths, students requiring a schedule of total charges for a period of attendance and an estimated schedule of total charges (institutional and noninstitutional) for their educational program may request an individualized report through the Office of Admission during their admission process.

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Graduate Student Fees

This list does not include all fees charged by Webster University.

Enrollment Fees

Application fee, excluding doctorate programs $50
Application fee, doctorate programs $125
Graduation fee $100
Re‐admission fee $35
Deferred payment fee (per semester) $35
Transcript fee $15

*Courses in various academic programs sometimes require expendable supplies or services, and in these cases the student may be billed a class fee for such costs.

 

Parking Fees

Commuter student — green $175 per year
$95 per semester
$55 per term/summer
Residence hall student — dark red $115
Webster Village Apartment student (included in rent) — purple $175

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Study Abroad Fees

Study fee (SAIN) $100
Short term program of 14 or fewer days (SAPA) $175
Summer term & programs lasting 3‐8 weeks (SAPB) $275
Semester programs lasting 16 weeks (SAPF) $525

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On-Campus Housing Rates, Fall 2022-Spring 2023

Graduate Students have the option of living in the following on-campus locations: East Hall, Webster Village apartments, Big Bend apartments, and Glen Park apartments.

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Housing Activity Fee: Each resident is charged a $75 housing activity fee each semester which supports educational, cultural, and social programming efforts.

*Meal Plan: All residents living in the residence halls (East Hall) must purchase a meal plan for the entire year they reside on campus.

East Hall*

Room Type Cost Per Person
Single $3,600 per semester
Double $3,190 per semester
Triple (limited availability) $2,350 per semester

 

Webster Village Apartments

Room Type Cost Per Person
2 Bedroom — private bedroom, private bathroom $4,750 per semester
4 Bedroom — private bedroom, shared bathroom $4,000 per semester
Efficiency — single occupancy (one resident, limited) $6,000 per semester
Efficiency — double occupancy (two residents) $4,000 per semester

 

Big Bend & Glen Park Apartments

Room Type Cost Per Person
1 Bedroom — single occupancy (one resident, limited) $6,500 per semester
1 Bedroom — double occupancy (two residents) $3,250 per semester
2 Bedroom (single, limited) — private 2 BR apartment $7,800 per semester
2 Bedroom (double, limited) — 2 BR apartment with two residents $3,900 per semester
2 Bedroom (triple, limited) — 2 BR apartment with three residents $3,000 per semester
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