A college education is an investment in you and your future. We believe students shouldn't be barred from a quality education because of limited resources. Our financial aid specialists will make every possible effort to provide you with the maximum amount of assistance.
More than 85% of TWU students receive some form of aid from external sources, including work study programs. 100% of our students will receive a merit scholarship based on their academic or athletic acheivements.
Grants and gifts received by the college through the generosity of the United Methodist Church, foundations, friends, alumni and others help to reduce the difference between the actual costs of providing a quality education and the tuition charged. Use the True Cost Calculator to estimate your actual cost.
Our student financial services team works to make it possible for students to receive a Tennessee Wesleyan education without taking on a large financial burden. Altogether, we distribute more than $11 million a year in institutional aid to qualified students.
Opportunities for Aid
Increase in HOPE Scholarship beginning fall 2022
- Freshman and Sophomores enrolling full-time at a four-year institution will be eligible for $4,500 per year.
- Juniors and Seniors enrolling full-time at a four-year institution will be eligible to receive $5,700 per year.
Vocational Rehabilitation Benefits must be applied for by the student at their local Vocational Rehabilitation Office.
Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act must be applied for by the student in their local Career Center Office.