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Cost of Attendance

The University is required by federal regulation to develop a standard Cost of Attendance that includes typical student expenses to detail the cost of attendance. These include the Billable education expenses for tuition and related mandatory program fees. Non-billable education expenses are out-of-pocket expenses a student may incur while attending a University program, but will not be charged by and made doable to the University.  It is also important to note that the maximum amount of aid a student may receive each year from all sources is the total amount of the student Cost of Attendance for billable education expenses plus the University’s averages for living and other related educational expenses (non-billable education expenses).

A cost of attendance serves four major purposes

  • to support students in financial planning and budgeting,
  • to assist with the equitable distribution of student financial aid dollars,
  • To set a maximum limit to the amount of Title IV Federal financial aid a student eligible to receive, and
  • to assure educational access and choice.


Below you will find links to the cost of attendance’s for each of our academic programs. You may also download a comprehensive cost of attendance spreadsheet to understand what comprises the Billable and Non-Billable education expenses.

2020-21 College of Medicine Cost of Attendance

NOTE: M1: 10 months, M2: 9 months (AFMT 11 months), M3: 12 months, M4: 9 months

2020-21 College of Pharmacy Cost of Attendance

NOTE: P1: 10 months, P2: 10 months, P3: 10 months, P4: 11 months

2020-21 College of Graduate Studies Cost of Attendance

NOTE: Public Health: 9 months, IPM: 9 months, HSPA: 9 months, Medical Ethics: 9 months, Modern Anatomical Sciences: 9 months


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