The Wilkes Honors College provides a top quality liberal arts and science education from outstanding faculty with class size averaging 15, but at a small fraction of the cost of private liberal arts education
. Because it is part of a state-university system, tuition is low.
Below is a comparison of costs for a typical Wilkes Honors College student and costs at a private university. Private universities may offer you a larger scholarship, but their costs are much higher
, leaving you with a cost over four years that can be four to five times greater than the cost of attending the Wilkes Honors College.
Yearly Cost of Attendance
(Sample Comparison Chart)*
||Out-of-State Private University
||Wilkes Honors College
|Room & Board (single bedroom and 7-day meal plan)
|Total, Tuition + Room & Board**
|Financial Aid (need-based)***
|Florida Awards (Bright Futures or FRAG)
|Total, Financial Resources
|Net Cost Per Year
|Total Cost for 4 Years
* Based on 2012 - 2013 costs.
** Does not include other costs such as books, fees, travel and personal expenses.
*** This may include grants, loans, work study. Make sure you understand what portion of your award consists of loans that you need to pay back. Financial aid awards will vary. Some Honors College students who are eligible for federal aid and grants may receive a substantially larger award than $3,500.