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Whitworth University Net Price Calculator
for Incoming Freshmen - Section One (of Three)


Whitworth’s Net Price Calculator was developed to help dependent students and their families plan for educational costs at Whitworth University. This net price calculator is current for our prospective freshmen who will begin in 2015-16. Whitworth is committed to providing students with the most current information in terms of costs and resources. (As students view net price calculators, they should be aware that not all schools present current cost information and therefore students need to account for this when making net price comparisons.)

The estimation process will take approximately 12 minutes to complete.

To generate a financial aid calculation, it will be helpful to have the items below:

  • Student and parent 2015 income tax returns or estimated income information
  • Earning statements (W2 forms, recent paycheck stubs)
  • Current asset information
  • Student's high school GPA and standardized test scores (SAT/ACT) if available

Students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in order to be eligible for, and receive, an actual financial aid award that includes federal grant, loan, or work study assistance.

* I acknowledge that the estimate provided using this calculator does not represent a final determination, or actual award, of financial assistance, or a final net price. Estimates are not binding and are based on the accuracy of information provided.


Facts & Figures from 2014-15
Total of Whitworth scholarships and grants provided to undergraduates:
$50 million
Freshmen receiving financial aid from Whitworth:
100 percent
Average financial aid (all sources) awarded to incoming freshmen:
Whitworth graduates who finish in four years:
85 percent
Whitworth’s position in U.S. News’ best values ranking in 120 regional universities in the West:
# 3
The percent of freshmen who received gift aid :

Income profile of 2014-15 freshman families (who filed the FAFSA) and received financial aid
22%$0 - $50,000
31%$50,001 - $100,000
22%$100,001 - $150,000