Cost of Attendance
Understanding the costs associated with a health professions education is very important. The University is required by federal regulation to develop a standard Cost of Attendance that includes typical student expenses a student may incur for attending a NEOMED education program for a single year. Cost of Attendances are subject to change each year.
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
- To assure educational access and choice.
Components of the Cost of Attendance
The Cost of Attendance is divided into two components:
Billable Education Expenses: 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: 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.
Costs for each College are divided into three different groups:
- State resident, where the student indicated they would be living off or on campus on the FAFSA form.
- State resident, where the student indicated they would be living with their parent(s) on the FAFSA form.
- Non-Ohio resident Cost of Attendance.
Students can familiarize themselves with the establishment of the Cost of Attendance and Circumstances that may qualify for an increase in their Cost of Attendance by reviewing the Establishment and Revision of the Cost of Attendance Policy. A copy of the Request for a Budget Adjustment appeals form can be found on our Forms and Resources page.
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.