Welcome to the Wofford College Net Price Calculator!

Wofford College is pleased to provide this Net Price Calculator as a guide to assist in early financial planning for college. This calculator will provide a preliminary estimate of federal, state and institutional aid eligibility, to help families gauge what aid the student may be awarded and to make arrangements to cover the cost of attendance.

Wofford offers 64 majors, minors and programs, which are well known for leading to graduate and professional studies in medicine and other health professions, law and engineering. Students at Wofford experience average class sizes of 15 students, with a faculty to student ratio of 1:11. There are no graduate-student teaching assistants at Wofford; all courses are taught by faculty members or qualified adjuncts. In 2016, Forbes ranked Wofford the #1 college or university in South Carolina.

Guidebooks and rankings that measure "value" consistently put Wofford among the nation's most affordable college options. U.S. News & World Report (September 2016) ranked Wofford #47 among its "best value national liberal arts colleges," the only South Carolina institution on the list. The Princeton Review (February 2016) listed Wofford among "Colleges That Pay You Back: The 200 Best Value Colleges and What It Takes to Get In — 2016 Edition." Kiplinger's Personal Finance found Wofford to be among the "Top 300 Best Value Colleges in 2016," ranking it at #116, and ranked Wofford #61 among the "100 Best Values in Private Liberal Arts Colleges" (January 2016). Wofford also continues to be listed among the top ROI (Return on Investment) campuses as measured by the "Grateful Graduates Index" developed by Forbes; in July 2016, Wofford was #91 on the "Grateful Grads" list, the top South Carolina institution on the list, and in March 2016 was #134 on Forbes' "Best Value Private Colleges" list, again the only college in the state on the list. The New York Times (September 2015) ranked Wofford #70 among the "Top Colleges Doing the Most for Low-Income Students."

More than 91% of Wofford students receive financial aid and the average award for freshmen in 2015 exceeded $31,000 per year. This amount includes all forms of financial aid. More than 80% of Wofford students graduate in 4 years. For additional information on the value of a Wofford education please learn more at http://www.wofford.edu/whywofford/.

10 The calculator will take approximately 10 minutes to complete.

To help you complete this process, it would be helpful to have the items listed below:

  • Most Recent Student and Parent Income Tax Returns
  • Earnings statements (W-2 forms, recent paycheck stubs)
  • Bank and investment account statements
  • Student academic information
    • Grade Point Average
    • Standardized test scores if available (SAT/ACT)
    • High School Class Rank

Future costs and financial aid estimates are subject to change. Results of the calculator are not guaranteed and special circumstances are reviewed by the Financial Aid Office. The accuracy of your estimated awards is based on the information you provide. It is intended for undergraduate domestic students. The estimated awards are based on the assumption that the student will complete the FAFSA.

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