|Program||2022 Fees (per event)|
|BAYR||$937.50 per PSYR course @ 2 courses per term = $1,875 per BAYR residency.|
|BSW||Social Work Skills Lab is billed at 1 credit, plus $1,375 lab fee (virtual) or $1,475 lab fee (face-to-face).|
Coaching Skills Virtual
Consulting Skills Intensive Virtual
PsyD BHL Virtual Residency
|CES Residency||$1,375 (virtual), $1,475 (face-to-face)|
|CES Pre-Practicum 1 & 2||$1,375 (virtual), $1,475 (face-to-face)|
|DBA, DHA, DIT, DPA, DrPH, DSW, PhD||$1,375 (virtual), $1,475 (face-to-face)|
|EdD||$1,375 (virtual), $1,475 (face-to-face)|
MS CMHC, MS CMHC-SC (dual degree in CMHC and SC), MS MCFC, MS SC
$1,375 (virtual), $1,475 (face-to-face) pre-practicum lab fee
Effective 8/29/22: $1,450 (virtual), $1,550 (face-to-face) pre-practicum lab fee
$1,375 (virtual), $1,475 (face-to-face) for students who started the program prior to May 28, 2019.
Skills Lab fees are included in program tuition for students starting May 28, 2019, or after.
|Event Type||2022 Fees (per event)|
|Consulting Skills Intensive (CSI) Retreat||$1,375 (virtual - See Capstone Intensives for more information.)|
|PhD Forensic Psych Special Topics Intensive (FPSTI) Retreat||
$1,375 (virtual), $1,475 (face-to-face)
See Capstone Intensives for more information.
|EdD Advanced Residency||$1,175 (virtual), $1,275 (face-to-face)|
|Doctoral Residencies and Capstone Intensive Retreats Outside the 48 Contiguous U.S. States||
Higher than U.S. domestic, varies based on location.
NOTE: International and non-contiguous U.S. locations are NOT included in Fast Track tuition.
|Dissertation or Doctoral Study Intensive Retreats (available for PhD, DBA, DIT, EdD, DNP)||
$1,375 (virtual), $2,475 (face-to-face)
See Capstone Intensives for more information and inclusions.
NOTE: Intensive retreats are NOT included in Fast Track tuition.
|PhD Professional Conferences||
NOTE: Professional conferences are included in Fast Track tuition for select programs and Walden approved professional conferences only.
Daily, individual and/or group sessions with Walden faculty
Access to faculty expertise through individual and/or group advising
Access to Walden support services sessions and advising (varies by program) such as Student Success Advising, Career Planning and Development, Library, Office of Research and Doctoral Services, Writing Center, Customer Care, among others (format and schedule varies by degree program)
Access to event technologies (i.e. the Event App, Zoom virtual environments and other technology relating to virtual delivery of curriculum, etc.)
Internet access in face-to-face event meeting spaces
Daily beverage services during session breaks for face-to-face events
For face-to-face events, the option to reserve discounted lodging in the Walden room block that includes free high-speed internet access at the host hotel
Residency fees listed above are billed in the term of the residency and collected in accordance with the university’s billing cycle.
If you are planning to attend an in-person event, see your residency registration confirmation email for specific rates and travel recommendations.
|Residency Fee||See the Fee Table above for your specific program fees.|
|Airfare||$250-$450 for academic events taking place in the 48 contiguous U.S. states, $800-$1,200 for academic events taking place outside the 48 contiguous U.S. states; varies based on home airport, residency city, air carrier, flight schedules, connections, and time of year. Some airlines also charge for checked baggage. Please check your airline's baggage policy for more information.|
$5-$45 each way depending on mode of transportation. See your registration confirmation email for recommendations.
|Lodging||$120-$175 per night plus taxes/fees; Walden’s special group rate varies by location; lodging outside the 48 contiguous U.S. states is usually higher.|
|Internet||No charge in Walden’s host hotels; up to $15 per night plus taxes/fees if you make reservations outside of Walden’s sleeping room block.|
$15-$25 per meal (plus tax and tip) if you choose to dine in the Walden venue establishments and/or select nearby, non-fast-food options.
You may pack non-perishable food items or visit a local grocery or convenience store upon arrival to reduce dining expenses. You may also check with the host hotel to see if they can provide a refrigerator and/or a microwave oven in your sleeping room (if available, additional fees and taxes may be billed to your sleeping room). The hotel concierge can also provide local dining information after you arrive.
$10-$25 per day for commuters; rates vary by venue; parking is often discounted or complimentary if you are staying at Walden’s host hotel. See your registration confirmation email for parking information.
Students must be registered for at least one course in addition to a residency in order to be considered for financial aid. The Financial Aid Office reviews registrations at the start of each term and cancels federal aid for any students registered for a residency only. Students who do not register for a regular course along with the residency may apply for a loan through a private lender.
Visit the Tuition and Financial Aid page on the WaldenU website for more funding options. Consult with a Financial Aid advisor to determine whether you may qualify for financial aid.
If you are expecting a financial aid refund to help cover non-tuition residency expenses, refunds are released by the Bursar's Office 14 days after the date of disbursement. The Bursar’s Office cannot expedite refunds. Keep this in mind as you make plans to cover the costs of attending a residency or lab.
If you have questions about financial aid, disbursements, and residency or lab fees, contact either the Office of the Bursar or the Office of Financial Aid at email@example.com. Both can be reached at 1-800-444-6795.