Where the Money Goes

After more than 40 years, NEOMED continues to offer a quality, affordable medical education. The University strives to maintain such balance by creating public-private partnerships as additional revenue and service sources and by generating philanthropic support to advance students, innovation and research, and community health through its comprehensive fundraising campaign, Shine On.

2020 – 2021 Tuition and Fees


College of
Graduate Studies


College of


College of


Public Health


P1: Foundations & Essentials to Understanding Dosage Forms


M1: Basic Courses Essential to the Understanding of the Science of Medicine


Integrated Pharmaceutical Medicine


P2: Essentials to Understanding Medication Use Systems


M2: Transitional Courses Essential to Understanding the Science and Practice of Medicine


Pharmacy Administration


P3: Essentials to Understanding Patient Safety


M3: Core Clerkships Essential to the Practice of Medicine


Medical Ethics & Humanities


P4: Advanced Electives & Capstone Essential to Patient-Centered Care


M4: Advanced Electives & Courses Essential to the Practice of Medicine


Modern Anatomical Sciences

From where does NEOMED receive revenue?

Total Revenue: $89.5 Million

27.7% State Government

21.4% Research Grants

40.7% Tuition

10.2% Other

Where does the money go?

Total Expense: $83.8 Million

Instruction & Departmental Research 20.5%
Separately Budgeted Research 15.5%
Public Service 2.4%
Academic Support 11.4%
Student Services 3.4%
Institutional Support 15.2%
Operation & Maintenance of Plant 8.9%
Student Aid 2.2%
Auxiliary Expenses 9.7%
Other (Interest Expense, etc.) 10.8%


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Tuition and fee costs do not include room & board, books, health insurance, transportation and other indirect fees and are accurate at the time of publication. Tuition and fee costs are subject to change without notice and this page may not reflect the most recent fee charges. Please consult the fee register on our Bursar’s page for detailed information, including additional expenses that may be assessed.

Graduate Studies credit hour enrollment varies by student. Amount shown is based upon 12 credit hours.

For additional information on Non-Ohio resident surcharges visit Tuition & Costs.

Where the money goes

Northeast Ohio Medical University