Expenses

Affordable With a Capital “A”
Our goal for each student is to help them save money and keep college loan debt to a minimum while still providing a valuable education.

  • The average cost (including tuition and fees) per semester to attend Sheridan College is around $2,000.
  • The average cost to attend a university is nearly $5,000/semester, and $24,000/semester at a private school.
  • We can help you save as much as $50,000 over other options. That’s enough for a nice car (or three.)

SHERIDAN COLLEGE EXPENSES 2013-2014

Fall 2013 *Tuition & Fees
Sheridan College & Gillette College
Semester Credits Wyoming Resident ** WUE Non-Resident
Part-Time Students
*** Includes per credit fee of $30
1 113.00 155.00 279.00
2 226.00 310.00 558.00
3 339.00 465.00 837.00
4 452.00 620.00 1,116.00
5 565.00 775.00 1,395.00
6 678.00 930.00 1,674.00
7 791.00 1,085.00 1,953.00
8 904.00 1,240.00 2,232.00
9 1017.00 1,395.00 2,511.00
10 1,130.00 1,550.00 2,790.00
11 1,243.00 1,705.00 3,069.00
Full-Time Students
*** Includes per credit fee of $30
12 1,35600 1,860.00 3,348.00
13 1,386.00 1,890.00 3,378.00
14 1,416.00 1,920.00 3,408.00
15 1,446.00 1,950.00 3,438.00
16 1,476.00 1,980.00 3,468.00
17 1,506.00 2,010.00 3,498.00
18 1,536.00 2,040.00 3,528.00
Books and Supplies (estimated) $600/Semester
* Tuition and fees are reviewed annually and are subject to change; check Class Schedules for current rates
** WUE (Western Undergraduate Exchange) students qualify for reduced rates. If you are a resident of Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah and Washington, you qualify for WUE tuition.
*** Amounts do not include lab fees or course fees.
Fall 2013 *Tuition & Fees
Johnson County
Semester Credits Wyoming Resident ** WUE Non-Resident
Part-Time Students
*** Includes per credit fee of $20
1 103.00 145.00 269.00
2 206.00 290.00 538.00
3 309.00 435.00 807.00
4 412.00 580.00 1,076.00
5 515.00 725.00 1,345.00
6 618.00 870.00 1,614.00
7 721.00 1015.00 1,883.00
8 824.00 1,160.00 2,152.00
9 927.00 1,305.00 2,421.00
10 1,030.00 1,450.00 2,690.00
11 1,133.00 1,595.00 2,959.00
Full-Time Students
*** Includes per credit fee of $20 
12 1,236.00 1,740.00 3,228.00
13 1,256.00 1,760.00 3,248.00
14 1,276.00 1,780.00 3,268.00
15 1,296.00 1,800.00 3,288.00
16 1,316.00 1,820.00 3,308.00
17 1,336.00 1,840.00 3,32800
18 1,356.00 1,860.00 3,348.00
Books and Supplies (estimated) $600/Semester
* Tuition and fees are reviewed annually and are subject to change; check Class Schedules for current rates
** WUE (Western Undergraduate Exchange) students qualify for reduced rates. If you are a resident of Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah and Washington, you qualify for WUE tuition.
*** Amounts do not include lab fees or course fees.
2013-2014 Housing
Sheridan College Residence Hall Costs
* Room Type ** Rate/Semester ** Rate /Year
Double 1,200 2,400
Single 1,500 3,000
* Does not reflect all types of rooms on campus, which include rooms with private baths, family housing, or apartments. Please see the complete list of housing and rates.
** Rates reflect housing the average price of living on campus.
2013-2014 Board Plans
Sheridan College Dining Costs
* Plans Description Rate/Semester
Plan A 19 meals per week, all meals served in the cafeteria 1,335
Plan B 12 meals per week, $50 flex dollars, access to both cafeteria and snack bar 1,335
Plan C 80 meals per semester, $440 flex dollars, access to both cafeteria and snack bar 1,335
Plan D 110 meals per semester, $210 flex dollars, access to both cafeteria and snack bar 1,335

Plan E

65 meals per semester, $210 flex dollars, access to both cafeteria and snack bar 1,200
* All residence hall students are required to participate in the food service program.