Tuition rates and payment
The Board of Governors approved the following annual tuition and fees for the 22/23 school year:
|Flat rate resident||$36,791|
|Flat rate non-resident||$64,085|
|Student Support Fee||$994|
The Student Support Fee is used to fund teaching materials expense and other course-related costs. Student Support fee is nonrefundable if the student starts class.
For more information, please visit the Assessment of Tuition and Fees.
Flat Tuition Rates Per Term: Students enrolled in ≥10 credit hours
|Flat rate resident||$9,197.75|
|Flat rate non-resident||$16,021.25|
Per Credit Hour Tuition Rates: Students enrolled in <10 credit hours
|Medical School Support Fee||Student Service Fee|
|Fees||$248.50/Term||$28.42/Per credit hour|
Repeat Coursework Tuition Charges
The cost for a medical student to repeat a course at full tuition rates could create an extraordinary student hardship and increase the already high burden of physician debt. Per the School of Medicine policy, students who fail a course are responsible for paying only a one-time repeat fee in lieu of tuition at normal rates. This fee will not exceed $2,500 for each repeated course and is not dependent upon the number of course credit hours.
Financial Aid Recipients
You MUST complete all requirements at least two weeks prior to your registration date. For a full list of requirements, please see the Office of Financial Aid.
If you are the recipient of a full-tuition scholarship through the school, among other non-tuition charges, it does not cover omnibus fee, student support fee, fitness center fee, health insurance, or other charges. You will be required to pay non-tuition charges from another source.
If you are the recipient of a scholarship through an external provider such as the U.S. Military or National Health Services Corp, you must submit documentation to the Financial Aid Office upon initial acceptance to the program. These programs cover tuition fees, and the lowest option single-person health insurance rate Your tuition fees will be deferred at registration and the University will bill your third-party provider.