Western Undergraduate Exchange Costs

WUE

Western Undergraduate Exchange Costs

The Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) offers eligible undergraduate students from western states and territories the chance to attend UCCS at a discounted rate. WUE students pay 150% of the in-state tuition rate instead of the full non-resident tuition rate. Students interested in any degree program, with the exception of the nursing degree program, are eligible to receive the WUE tuition rate.

WUE eligibility is determined at the time of application, no further action is necessary.

These are the estimated costs of yearly undergraduate tuition and fees at UCCS for WUE students. These are averages and not a guarantee of cost of attendance for a student. Costs are dependent upon the number of credit hours a student takes, choice of housing arrangements and specialized fees for certain lab courses taken.

The average cost for on-campus housing expenses includes room, meal plan, cable TV, WiFi, utilities, parking and laundry for one academic year in Summit Village Residence Halls.

 

Western Undergraduate Exchange Student

(12 credits per semester/24 credits per year)

12 credit hours, Tuition and Fees: $13,519.60 (full year)
On-Campus Housing Expenses Range: $10,378-$14,198 (full year)
Total: $23,897.60-$27,717.60 (full year)

Western Undergraduate Exchange Student

(15 credits per semester/30 credits per year)

15 credit hours, Tuition and Fees: $16,705 (full year)
On-Campus Housing Expenses Range: $10,378-$14,198 (full year)
Total: $27,083-$30,903 (full year)

Western Undergraduate Exchange-eligible states and territories:

  1. Alaska
  2. Arizona
  3. California
  4. Commonwealth of Northern Marianas Islands
  5. Guam
  6. Hawaii
  7. Idaho
  8. Montana
  9. New Mexico
  10. Nevada
  11. North Dakota
  12. Oregon
  13. South Dakota
  14. Utah
  15. Washington
  16. Wyoming

*Nursing majors are not eligible for WUE tuition.