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 $23
1 107.00 146.00 265.00
2 214.00 292.00 530.00
3 321.00 438.00 795.00
4 428.00 584.00 1,060.00
5 535.00 730.00 1,325.00
6 642.00 876.00 1,590.00
7 749.00 1,022.00 1,855.00
8 856.00 1,168.00 2,120.00
9 963.00 1,314.00 2,385.00
10 1,070.00 1,460.00 2,650.00
11 1,177.00 1,606.00 2,915.00
Full-Time Students
*** Includes per credit fee of $28 and an insurance fee of $21
12 1,305.00 1,773.00 3,201.00
13 1,333.00 1,801.00 3,229.00
14 1,361.00 1,829.00 3,257.00
15 1,389.00 1,857.00 3,285.00
16 1,417.00 1,885.00 3,313.00
17 1,445.00 1,913.00 3,341.00
18 1,473.00 1,941.00 3,369.00
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 $15
1 99.00 138.00 257.00
2 198.00 276.00 514.00
3 297.00 414.00 771.00
4 396.00 552.00 1,028.00
5 495.00 690.00 1,285.00
6 594.00 828.00 1,542.00
7 693.00 966.00 1,799.00
8 792.00 1,104.00 2,056.00
9 891.00 1,242.00 2,313.00
10 990.00 1,380.00 2,570.00
11 1089.00 1,518.00 2,827.00
Full-Time Students
*** Includes per credit fee of $20 and an insurance fee of $21
12 1,209.00 1,677.00 3,105.00
13 1,229.00 1,697.00 3,125.00
14 1,249.00 1,717.00 3,145.00
15 1,269.00 1,737.00 3,165.00
16 1,289.00 1,757.00 3,185.00
17 1,309.00 1,777.00 3,205.00
18 1,329.00 1,797.00 3,225.00
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.