Program Costs & Scholarships
Estimate Your Net Cost of Participation
Although TWC charges a program fee and a housing fee, the more relevant consideration is your “net” cost of attendance (the total you will owe your institution and/or TWC). You may find that a semester or summer with TWC is comparable in cost to what you’d pay for the same term on campus.
- Confirm your institution’s financial arrangement by speaking with your campus liaison and/or by contacting TWC. Many affiliated institutions ensure that their students do not pay tuition on campus and TWC fees, but arrangements vary at each institution.
- Explore whether your regular financial aid package can be applied toward TWC costs (or adjusted to account for any increased cost of attendance) and whether additional support is available at your college or university.
- Review TWC awards listed online or contact us for more information. Approximately 75% of U.S. students receive financial support through a state grant or private scholarship to help offset their cost of participation. There are awards for civic engagement, professional achievement, diversity, and membership in honors programs or societies, among many others.
- Apply. Your total cost may be impossible to determine until well after you are accepted, and sometimes may even be influenced by the internship offer that you select.
Please note, if you’re considering the Postgraduate Professional Development Program, you will not need to consult with your institution and will pay TWC’s fees directly.