Tuition & Fees: Charlotte

Tuition & fees for 2022-23 unless otherwise noted.

Undergraduate | Graduate | Online | Tuition Policies


  • Per academic year: $37,896


  • New Student Fee: $396 (first year only; not charged to new PVD international students)
  • Student Activity Fee (Undergraduate only): $100 per semester (PVD) and $75 per semester (CLT)*
  • College of Food Innovation & Technology (CFIT) Uniform & Toolkit fee: $300**
  • Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP) Annual Fee: $2,580

Course Fees

  • HOSP 3085 & TRVL 3035: $750

Room Plans

  • Block D $11,676 (Cedar Hall, single)
  • Block E $10,598 (Cedar Hall, double)

Meal Plans

  • 18 meals a week / $150 annual flex dollars: $4,170 + NC meal tax of $344 = $4,514*
  • 14 meals a week / $150 annual flex dollars: $3,952 + NC meal tax of $326 = $4,278*
  • 10 meals a week / $150 annual flex dollars (returning): $3,272 + NC meal tax of $270 = $3,542*
  • 50-meal block: $350
  • 25-meal block: $187
  • 10-meal block: $80
  • Door price: $9

*All meal blocks in Charlotte will incur an additional 8.25% tax on top of the block rate

Tuition Policies


  • Per 3.0 semester credit course: $2,526 / $842 per credit hour

Tuition Policies


  • Per 1.0 semester credit course: $495 ($1,485 per 3.0 credit course)
  • Micro-Certificates and Craft Brewing Certificate, per 1.0 semester credit course: $371 ($1113 per 3.0 credit course) 
Online Graduate
  • Per 1.0 credit: $842 ($2,526 per 3.0 semester credit course)
  • Doctoral Business Administration (DBA): $993 per credit / per 3.0 credits: $2,979
  • Doctor of Education (Ed.D.): $993 per credit / per 6.0 credits: $5,958
  • Micro-Certificates: $631 per credit / per 3.0 credits: $1,893

Tuition Policies

Statement Regarding Tuition & Fees

Solely for avoidance of doubt, the tuition and fees students pay the university will not be discounted, irrespective of any changes in the manner or mode of learning or changes to any activities, events, or programs (including revision, postponement, or cancellation of same) at any time during the academic year; the manner or mode of learning could include on-ground learning, remote learning, or a combination of the two; it could include fewer classes or restructured classes; and it could include changes mid-semester (as just a few examples of possible changes). Please understand that the university, like other schools, is subject to multiple factors outside of its control, including effects stemming from the pandemic and applicable local, state, and federal law and guidance related to the pandemic, which factors could significantly alter, limit, or curtail our operations.

Tuition Refund Policy

Tuition is applicable to all students, including those on approved off-campus programs. Student health insurance, program fees, and room & board are nonrefundable, if applicable. Review the tuition refund policy.

Student Health Insurance Plan

SHIP is an optional plan for students without health insurance coverage. Students who do not waive the program will be responsible for payment on their JWU student account. For opt-out waiver instructions or coverage information, refer to Health Services and learn more about SHIP.

Contact Us

If you have questions or need further assistance, contact the Charlotte Financial Aid team.

FYI: To help students understand college financing options and the financial aid process, JWU assigns students a personal financial planner.

FAFSA Changes

New early application date: To maximize your financial award, you can now apply as early as Oct. 1