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Cost & Financial Aid


TITLE IV Policies and Procedures


Tuition & Fees

Schedule of Tuition & Fees



Didactic (Classroom) Instruction $180.00 per credit/unit
Clinical Instruction $360.00 per credit/unit

Total Estimated Program Cost: $65,550.00


Mandatory Fees:

Application Fee $100.00
Application Fee (non-matriculating student) $15.00
Registration Fee (non-refundable) $100.00 per term
Student Association Fee $30.00 per term
Malpractice Insurance $45.00 per term (as needed)
Institutional Examination I-III Fee (including retake) $25.00
Institutional Examination IV Fee (including retakes) $50.00
Re-Admission Fee $100


Miscellaneous Fees:

Return Check Fee $35.00
Duplicate ID Fee $10.00
Audit Fee
     Didactic $90.00 per credit/unit
     Clinic $180.00 per credit/unit
Late Registration Fee (including institutional exams) $50.00
Late Tuition Payment Fee $100.00
Payment Plan Fee $50.00
Late Installment Payment Fee $20.00
Intern Business Cards $25.00
Transcript Fee* $10.00
International Student Fee* $100 per term



Tuition Payment Policies

The Tuition Payment Due Date for any given term is the first business day of the third week of that term. All tuition and fees invoiced before the Tuition Payment Due Date are due by the Tuition Payment Due Date unless the student has submitted a Wongu University Tuition Payment Plan Agreement. All tuition and fees invoiced after the Tuition Payment Due Date of a term are due immediately.

A Late Tuition Payment Fee of $100.00 shall be assessed if tuition and/or fees are not paid in full, or if the student has not submitted a Wongu University Tuition Payment Plan Agreement, by the Tuition Payment Due Date.

Students choosing to pay their tuition in installments must complete the Wongu University Tuition Payment Plan Agreement, sign the Promissory Note, and submit it to the Finance Office no later than the Tuition Payment Due Date.

The Wongu University Tuition Payment Plan Agreement installment payments shall adhere to the following schedule:

  • 1st Payment: 40% of tuition, 100% of fees, and a $50.00 payment plan fee are due by the Tuition Payment Due
  • 2nd Payment: 30% of tuition is due by the first business day of the fifth week.
  • 3rd Payment: 30% of tuition or the remaining balance is due by the first business day of the eighth
  • Late Payment Plan Fee: A late fee of $20.00 shall be assessed for each late installment

Students who do not pay tuition as agreed, or who have an outstanding balance at the end of the term, will not be allowed to register for classes for subsequent terms until their outstanding balance is paid in full.

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Financial Aid

Financial Aid Eligibility

Wongu University’s Master of Science in Oriental Medicine program is provisionally certified by the U.S. Department of Education to participate in the Title IV Federal Student Aid Program. Graduate students at Wongu University may be eligible for Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loans and Federal Direct Graduate PLUS Loans. To remain as limited indebtedness as possible, Wongu University encourages students to budget carefully and borrow conservatively, as well as investigate private resources for possible grants and scholarships. Private resources include religious organizations, professional associations, and other organizations to which students or family members are currently affiliated, as well as scholarship search sites.


To receive aid from the Federal programs discussed in this catalog, applicants must:

  • Be a citizen or eligible noncitizen of the United States
  • Have a valid Social Security number
  • Be enrolled as a regular student seeking a Master’s degree
  • Maintain satisfactory academic standing
  • Not be in default on any educational loan or owe a refund on a federal grant made under Title IV
  • Must not have a drug conviction for an offense that occurred while they were receiving federal student aid (scholarships, grants, loans, or work-study).

Types of Financial Aid

Direct Unsubsidized Loans

  • Fixed 5.28% Interest Rate for loans disbursed on or after July 1, 2021, and before July 1, 2022
    • You are responsible for paying the interest on a Direct Unsubsidized Loan during all periods.
    • If you choose not to pay the interest while you are in school and during grace periods and deferment or forbearance periods, your interest will accrue (accumulate) and be capitalized (that is, your interest will be added to the principal amount of your loan).

Direct Graduate PLUS Loans

  • Fixed 6.28% Interest Rate for loans disbursed on or after July 1, 2021, and before July 1, 2022
  • A credit check is required to determine if the borrower has an adverse credit history.

How to Apply for Financial Aid

  1. File a FAFSA

    • The FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) can be used to determine if graduate students in the U.S. are eligible for financial aid. Completing the FAFSA is the first step in a student being considered for federal and state education aid programs. To complete the FAFSA online, you may go to the FAFSA website at:
      • Wongu University of Oriental Medicine Federal School ID Number: 042488

      • You will be required to create a Federal Student Aid ID, which has replaced the Federal Student Aid PIN
  2. After the FAFSA

    • Once your FAFSA is processed, the Federal Processor will send you a Student Aid Report (SAR). Review your SAR carefully. If you need to make changes or corrections, please follow the instructions on your SAR.
    • To process your financial aid, you must have applied to Wongu University of Oriental Medicine and provided your social security number on your admissions application. If you are eligible for financial aid, contact the Financial Aid Officer during the admissions process by emailing [email protected].
    • The Financial Aid Officer will discuss the next steps in the process, including completing a Master Promissory Note, Entrance Counseling, and other financial aid paperwork as needed.
    • If the U.S. Department of Education selects your file for verification, the information on your FAFSA must be verified with the documents you submitted to the Financial Aid Office. Your file will be reviewed by a Financial Aid Officer. If the information on the documents you provided us is inconsistent with the information you reported on your FAFSA, you may receive a follow-up letter informing you of the steps you will need to take in order for the awarding process to continue.



Inquiries regarding financial aid should be directed to:

Photo of registrar and financial aid officer, Chau

Chau Nguyen

Financial Aid Officer

(702) 463-2122

[email protected]

[email protected]



More information about Wongu University of Oriental Medicine can be found at the Department of Education College Navigator Website


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