How much does Wiley College cost?

Wiley College Cost of Attendance
In-state $12,522
Out-of-state $12,522
On-Campus Room and Board $7,084
Off-Campus Room and Board $6,560
Average Annual Cost $14,139
Average Cost by Family Income
Family Income Average Cost
Under $30,000 $17,708
$30,000-$48,000 $17,314
$48,000-$75,000 $19,058
$75,000-$110,000 $20,368
Over $110,000 $20,368

Wiley College Financial Aid and Debt


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Financial Aid Breakdown for Full-time Incoming Freshman

Aid Type % Receiving Average Amount
Grant or scholarship aid 100% $9,712
Federal Grants 99% $5,229
Pell grants 99% $5,076
Other federal grants 61% $479
State/local goverment grant or scholarships 41% $3,351
Institutional grants or scholarships 37% $8,319
Student loan aid 85% $3,124
Federal student loans 85% $7,386
Other student loans $12,000

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Take a challenging class 320 Up to $3,000
Have perfect attendance for a year 225 Up to $2,100
Visit a college campus 305 Up to $8,500
Do community service 311 Up to $500
Take a foreign language class 192 Up to $5,000

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Wiley College Campus Life


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Student Population

Campus Life
Total undergraduates 1323
Living on campus
Transfer Students 8%
Under Age 25 68%
Gender Balance

Student Diversity

Diversity Index: Chance you’ll bump into a diverse range of students
Black or African American
Hispanic or Latino
American Indian or Alaska Native
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander

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About Wiley College

MISSION STATEMENT Wiley College, founded in 1873 in Marshall, Texas, is a historically black, primarily liberal arts, residential, co-educational, baccalaureate degree-granting institution affiliated with The United Methodist Church. Committed to the principle of educational access, the College serves traditional and non-traditional students from diverse backgrounds who have expressed a desire and potential for learning in a Christian environment. The College, in fulfilling its basic purpose of providing a liberal arts education with a global focus, endeavors to provide an intellectually stimulating environment, promoting student competencies in communication, as well as, critical and analytical thinking. The College also supports spiritual, ethical, moral, and leadership development. To achieve these superordinate goals, the College promotes an atmosphere of academic freedom and employs a faculty committed to excellence and innovation in teaching, advising, and scholarship. The faculty provides a rigorous curriculum for preparing graduates for professional or graduate studies and/or productive careers in traditional and emerging career fields. Wiley College is committed to shared governance and exemplary stewardship of its resources. The College employs innovative techniques and strategic planning in all its administrative processes, using cutting-edge technology in the delivery of services to its clientele. Acknowledging its covenant relationship with The United Methodist Church, the College affirms the ideal of social responsibility and seeks to contribute to the welfare and revitalization of its community. (Approved by the Wiley College Board of Trustees July 15, 2011.)


711 Wiley Ave
Marshall, TX

Type Private
Profit Status not-for-profit
Category Baccalaureate Colleges
Setting Distant Town
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