CWRU Net Price Calculator

The Net Price Calculator provides an early approximation of what a new first-year, undergraduate student can expect to pay to attend CWRU. It is not intended for use by graduate, transfer, readmitted, continuing, international or part-time students, who should instead contact the Financial Aid Office for more information.

This calculator is not an official application for financial aid and is not a substitute for applying for financial aid. The student must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to determine eligibility for federal student aid funds.

The results provided here are only an estimate and do not guarantee the actual financial aid you will receive. The estimated award is subject to the accuracy of the information you provide, may change if financial or other family characteristics change, and does not incorporate any special circumstances, which are reviewed after you officially apply for aid. If the student's parents are divorced or separated, learn how this may affect your financial aid process.

In order to complete this calculator, you will need the following:

  1. Most recent income tax return and W2 statement(s) for the student and parent(s)
  2. Student's academic information, including cumulative GPA (required), standardized test scores, and high school rank and class size (if applicable)
  3. 15 minutes of your time
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    Include yourself, your partner (if applicable), and any dependent children for whom you provide more than half of their support. Include yourself, your partner (if applicable), and any dependent children for whom you provide more than half of their support. Include your parent(s), yourself, and any other dependent children for whom your parent(s) provide more than half of their support.

    Do not include parents. Do not include dependent children who will attend graduate/professional school or college less than half time. Do not include anyone who will attend graduate/professional school or college less than half time.