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Whitworth University Scholarship Estimator/Net Price Calculator
for Incoming 2022 Freshmen


Welcome to Whitworth's Scholarship Estimator/Net Price Calculator.

This calculator is based on 2021-22 data and is designed to provide students with three pieces of information to estimate their cost of attending Whitworth for the 2022-23 academic year (Note: the scholarship/grant criteria and levels may change in future years):
  • An estimated range of the University Scholarship students may receive from Whitworth. University Scholarships are based on a holistic review of students' academic profile, personal background and other factors.
  • An estimated net price to attend Whitworth after accounting for scholarships and grants.
  • An estimated net price to attend Whitworth after accounting for all sources of financial aid.
Part 1 will collect some basic information about the student.

Part 2 will have the student provide an Expected Family Contribution (either from the FAFSA or FAFSA4CASTER).

We hope that you find this calculator helpful in understanding the resources available to attend Whitworth.

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


Facts & Figures from 2020-21
Total scholarships and grants provided to undergraduates:
$74.4 million
Average financial aid (including scholarships, grants, loans and work study) awarded to incoming freshmen:
Whitworth graduates who finish in four years:
97 percent
Whitworth’s position in U.S. News’ best values ranking for 128 regional universities in the West:
The percent of first-year students who received scholarships and grants:
100 percent
Income profile of 2020-21 freshman families (who filed the FAFSA) and received financial aid
28% $0 - $50,000
26% $50,001 - $100,000
19% $100,001 - $150,000
27% $150,001+