Welcome to the Washington and Lee University Net Price Calculator!

Washington and Lee University has provided this net price calculator as a guide for parents and students seeking information on the affordability of a private university education. In order to provide an accurate estimate of your financial need it will be necessary for you to enter detailed information about your family's resources. When completed, the calculator will display an estimate of the institutional, state, and federal aid you might expect to receive if you are accepted to the university.

Please recognize that this calculator should be used as a reference to assist you in preparing your early financial planning for college and can only provide an estimate of your potential aid. Please contact us with any questions or concerns. We welcome your calls and inquiries.

W&L offers generous assistance to families with need, meeting 100 percent of demonstrated financial need with a combination of grant and work study.

12 The calculator will take approximately 12 minutes to complete.

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

  • Student and Parent 2012 Income Tax Returns
  • Earnings statements (W2 forms, recent paycheck stubs)
  • Bank statements
  • Investment account statements
  • Records of untaxed income

It is the purpose of this calculator to provide award information that estimates the family's ability to contribute to the student's educational expenses. The accuracy of your estimated awards is dependent upon the detail of the information you provide. Results provided by the calculator are not to be considered as an offer of assistance and are not guaranteed. Future costs and financial aid estimates are subject to change.

Estimated awards are based on the assumption that the student will submit a complete W&L financial aid application, including the CSS Profile, applicable tax returns and documentation, and the FAFSA. This calculator is intended for undergraduate domestic students. International students may find it difficult to provide accurate information and should contact the Financial Aid Office with questions regarding their potential assistance.

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