Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and our Office of Financial Aid partnered to share tips for all prospective and incoming students on how to optimize your unique financial aid package. We invite you to view the "Financial Aid Prep - School of Medicine Master's and Post-bacc Programs" webinar recording.
Tuition and Fees
Tuition and fees for MS in Applied Anatomy students are outlined below.
|$2,119 per credit hour
|Fall 2023 - Spring 2024
|$2,182 per credit hour
|Fall 2023 - Spring 2024 Fees
|Medical Plan Fee
|$1,765 per semester
|One to One Fitness
|Fall: $138 + sales tax
Spring: $172 + sales tax
|$21 per semester
Official Tuition and fees for current and prospective students of the School of Graduate Studies can be found at Graduate/Professional Tuition & Fees.
Our University Financial Aid Office administers all financial aid and has comprehensive information for graduate students on their main website.
Once students are accepted into the program, they should complete the FAFSA application. The application is used to help determine your financial aid eligibility.
Our School Code: 003137
To receive federal financial aid, students must:
- Be a US citizen or eligible non-citizen
- Meet additional US Department of Education eligibility criteria.
Types of Aid
Graduate Student North Star Award
We invite scholars from our partnering Minority Serving Institution (MSI) and Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) to join our community. Application deadline for North Star Award is June 1. Learn More
For graduate students, there are three types of low-interest loans available. They include:
Assistantships and Fellowships
The Department of Anatomy has part-time positions available for students.
Students are highly encouraged to search and apply for outside scholarships. Look to outside scholarship search engines, employers, local foundations, clubs, and community scholarship opportunities. Students should notify the Office of University Financial Aid of any outside scholarships received.