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Let's face it, WCC's tuition is less expensive than other colleges and universities. That means you can get a jumpstart on your education while saving thousands of dollars. In fact, the average savings is more than $25,000 when you start at WCC and complete your associate degree before you transfer.

WCC also offers:

  • Credits that easily transfer to most 4-year schools
  • Classes that fit your schedule: on campus, online or both; with evening and weekend options, too
  • More than 137 programs to choose from, with 50 of them completely online
  • Small class sizes with instructors that are industry experts

Just how much can you save by attending WCC? Calculate your saving below!

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WCC tuition: $1,425
College Cost Savings Per Semester Savings for Complete
Associate Degree*
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If you would like to discuss your transfer options with an advisor, please visit the Advising/Counseling Office located on the second floor of the Student Center or call 734-677-5102 or use our Online Advising Form.

*Savings calculation based upon 60 credit hours (approximately 20 classes)


  1. WCC tuition rate is based on in-district rates.
  2. Cost based on tuition rates published on university/college website. Some of the tuition costs may include additional fees.
  3. Some institutions offer a flat rate for full-time tuition (12 to 18 credits depending on institution).
  4. University of Michigan Ann Arbor was calculated on the College of Literature, Science and Arts as their tuition is designated by individual schools/colleges within the university.
  5. Western Michigan University was calculated on the Haworth College of Business.

Estimated Cost of Attendance (COA)

Below is a chart detailing the estimated Cost of Attendance for the 2024-2025 year, based on full-time attendance for Fall 2024, Winter 2025, and Spring/Summer 2025 semesters, totaling 36 credit hours.


Expenses In-District Out-District Out-State
Tuition and Fees 4,104 7,056 9,756
Books and Supplies 1,152 1,152 1,152
Loan Fee 87 87 87
Miscellaneous 900 900 900
Living Expenses (Housing and Food) 22,272 19,332 22,272
Transportation 3,000 3,600 3,000
Total 31,515 32,127 37,167
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To view the components (Tuition, Fees, Living Expenses, etc) of how the Office of Financial Aid builds an estimated Cost of Attendance when awarding students that apply for financial aid, please visit the Office of Financial Aid Cost of Attendance.

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