The cost of education (see table below) includes tuition, a health fee, a student activity fee, and expected living expenses. These fees include health care coverage, hospitalization or disability insurance, and access to public transportation (MetroLink; MetroBus). Each student is provided a laboratory-grade microscope for use during the first and second years of study.
Tuition Stabilization Plan
For all incoming students, tuition is fixed upon entry and remains the same for the four-year program of study. Financial aid award amounts are fixed as well. This helps students and their families plan for educational expenses. Students have the option to apply for additional aid if their family or financial situation changes during their time in medical school.
Estimated expenses for a single (Phase 1 curriculum) student in the 37-week 2022–2023 year:
|$2,749||Student Health Fee|
|$1,500||Student Activity Fee|
|$700||Books & Supplies|
|$14,865||Room & Board|
|$91,336||TOTAL COST of EDUCATION|