For full details about program tuition and fees, please see here. Be sure to scroll down to see the section that offers details for the Physician Assistant program.
Our University Financial Aid Office administers all financial aid and has comprehensive information for graduate students on their main website. The School of Medicine (SOM) Office of Financial Aid is committed to providing students access to funds for which they qualify. We encourage all prospective students to begin the financial planning process early and will work with you and your family to determine a financial plan for your education.
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
For graduate students, there are three types of low-interest loans available. They include:
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.
|2:05||Cost of Attendance|
|7:25||Estimated Fees and Allowance|
|9:19||Federal Student Loans|
|15:14||Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan|
|17:30||Federal Direct Graduate PLUS Loan|
|20:21||Adverse Credit History|
|21:06||Borrowing a Graduate PLUS Loan vs Borrowing a Private Loan|
|24:16||How to Apply for Financial Aid|
|28:21||Cost of Attendance Increase|
|31:06||What Happens After You Apply|
|36:46||Living Expenses - "Financial Aid Refund"|
|40:04||Question and Answer Session|