Where the Money Goes
Learn more about how tuition and other revenue is used at NEOMED.

Tuition at NEOMED

Understanding tuition, Fees & Your cost of attendance

Understanding the costs associated with your health professions education is very important. NEOMED has developed a cost of attendance to help you understand your estimated costs.  Students can use the cost of attendance in establishing their own personal budgets to help finance their education.

Cost of Attendance

The establishment of a cost of attendance is a collaborative effort across the University.  The cost of attendance is divided into two components:

  • Billable Education Expenses (or charges): Direct charges assessed to a student by NEOMED for the purpose of enrolling in a University program, including tuition and mandatory program fees.
  • Non-Billable Education Expenses (or Charges): Out-of-pocket expenses a student may incur while attending a University program that will not be charged by and made due to the University.

State Residency Reclassification

Students admitted as a non-Ohio resident have the ability to apply for a change in residency status for tuition purposes. Interested students can obtain information on Ohio Residency Reclassification or contact the Registrar’s Office at to learn more about the appeals process.

Tuition & Fee Charges

The NEOMED Accounting Office will assess tuition and fee charges to student’s accounts at the start of each payment period. Students enrolled in the professional program are assessed instructional fees based on a flat rate. Students enrolled in the College of Graduate studies will be assessed tuition and fees based on the number of credits they are registered for.

Information on tuition and fee charges, payment options and due dates is available through the Accounting and Budgeting office (Bursar).


NEOMED Financial Aid
Phone: 330.325.6286


Location: B-206
Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m, Monday through Friday

Scholarships & financial Aid

Office of Financial Aid