Tuition & Fees

State Support of Higher Education Students


At WVC, the average cost of educating a resident full-time student for the 2016-17 academic year was $7,524. Wenatchee Valley College students paid an average of $3,056 in tuition. The remaining $4,468 is funded by the state of Washington via state tax funds and other sources.

WVC 2017-18 Lower Division Tuition Effective Fall Quarter 2017
Number of Credits Washington Resident Non-State Resident Non-US Resident
1 105.17 118.89 282.17
2 210.34 237.78 564.34
3 315.51 356.67 846.51
4 420.68 475.56 1128.68
5 525.85 594.45 1410.85
6 631.02 713.34 1693.02
7 736.19 832.23 1975.19
8 841.36 951.12 2257.36
9 946.53 1070.01 2539.53
10 1051.70 1188.90 2821.70
11 1103.78 1241.70 2880.98
12 1155.86 1294.50 2940.26
13 1207.94 1347.30 2999.54
14 1260.02 1400.10 3058.82
15 1312.10 1452.90 3118.10
16 1364.18 1505.70 3177.38
17 1416.26 1558.50 3236.66
18 1468.34 1611.30 3295.94
19+ credits 94.36/credit 94.36/credit 271.36/credit
Voc Programs 19+ credits 14.15/credit 40.70/credit 40.70/credit
WVC 2017-18 Upper Division Tuition Effective Fall Quarter 2017

Upper division courses are offered for bachelor's degree programs in engineering and nursing. Upper division (300- and 400-level classes) will be charged a fee equal to the approved upper division per-credit tuition rate. It is a higher per-credit rate than lower division (100- and 200-level) classes. The fee is attached to the classes. Please refer to the director of each program for more information.

Number of Credits Washington Resident Non-State Resident Non-US Resident
1 205.36 219.08 603.91
2 410.72 438.16 1207.82
3 616.08 657.24 1811.73
4 821.44 876.32 2415.64
5 1026.80 1095.40 3019.55
6 1232.16 1314.48 3623.46
7 1437.52 1533.56 4227.37
8 1642.88 1752.64 4831.28
9 1848.24 1971.72 5435.19
10 2053.60 2190.80 6039.10
11 2063.83 2201.75 6050.05
12 2074.06 2212.70 6061.00
13 2084.29 2223.65 6071.95
14 2094.52 2234.60 6082.90
15 2104.75 2245.55 6093.85
16 2114.98 2256.50 6104.80
17 2125.21 2267.45 6115.75
18 2135.44 2278.40 6126.70
19+ credits 194.55/credit 194.55/credit 593.10/credit
       

Registration Fee

$5.46 per quarter, (Wenatchee Campus)
Does not apply to non-credit (continuing education) classes

Comprehensive Fee

$1.00 per credit, $10 maximum (Omak Campus)

Technology Fee

$3.00 per credit, $30.00 maximum

Additional Fees

Some classes assess additional fees. Other courses may require payment of non-refundable deposits. Complete fee schedules are available.

Books

Our campus bookstore is located in Van Tassell Center.  WVC now uses Barnes & Noble College for all of your bookstore needs.

Parking Permit

$25.00 per quarter or NON REFUNDABLE $70.00 per year (Wenatchee only, optional)

Recreation Center Fee

$5 per credit, $75 maximum (Wenatchee campus only)
Does not apply to ABE or continuing education classes.

Wenatchee Valley College Reserves The Right To Change This Schedule Without Prior Notice

* Non-US residents who attended a Washington State high school may qualify for Resident tuition. Go to the RESIDENCY page for more information.

  • Parking Fees: Wenatchee Campus Only
  • Day parking: $25 per quarter or NON REFUNDABLE $70 per year
  • Evening-only: $15 per quarter
  • Senior citizens (60 & older): $5 per quarter
  • Replacement for lost permit: $25 or $70

Senior Citizen Audit

People 60 years of age or older, and are residents of the state of Washington, may enroll in a maximum of two classes for a $5.00 fee per class where there is space available on the sixth day of the class. All other fees apply. Courses taken as a Senior Audit do not receive a grade or credit and are not useable for transfer.  Self-supported classes or ones with special fees are not included in this category.

State Support of Higher Education Students

Through Opportunity Pathways, Washington State provides a variety of financial aid programs to help students and their families pay for college. Pursuant to RCW 28B.15.0681, the approximate level of state support received by students is being provided to the colleges for your use.

The following document from the Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges indicates average state support by tuition category for students attending community and technical colleges.

2016-17 State Support for High Education Students