Academic Year 2011-2012 Budget
Books and Supplies
Room and Board
Personal and Transportation
Yale Hospitalization and Misc. Medical Expenses
Travel to Rotations
USMLE Step 1 and Step 2 CK
USMLE Step 2 Part 2
Travel to USMLE Step 2 CS
Loan fees will be added to the Cost of Education if the student borrows from any one of the programs listed below. The maximum amount will equal the amont of the loan times the fee percentage charges.
- Direct Subsidized Federal Loan: 0.50%
- Direct Unsubsidized Federal Loan: 0.50%
- Direct Graduate Plus Loan: 2.50%
- Yale International Student Loan: %5.00
Extended Study/ Registration Fee
Federal regulations require that we use a single student budget for all students. A federally-established Standard Maintenance Allowance will be added for married students and/or students with dependents.
Adjustments will be made to the standard single student budget for insurance and origination fees for Federal Direct (Subsidized or Unsubsidized) Loan Program, and other market rate loans.
The personal expense allowance, intended for laundry, clothing, entertainment, etc., assumes a modest level of spending during the year.
Included in your tuition fee is the cost of the Yale Health Plan (YHP) and some miscellaneous expenses for you only. There is an additional cost to cover your spouse and dependents. Members of the YHP use the University Health Service Center for outpatient health care. If you have any additional health-related costs, we will make adjustments to the standard student budget if proper documentation is provided.
In addition to membership in the Yale Health Plan (YHP), the University requires all students to have adequate hospitalization coverage. Such coverage (administered by Connecticut Blue Cross) is available from the YHP for a separate fee. Alternatively, students who are covered by hospitalization under another policy may waive the YHP hospitalization fee upon presentation of evidence that they are covered for hospital benefits under a valid and sufficient hospital insurance contract individually, or through a parent or guardian. Waiver forms are mailed to entering students and are also available from YHP Subscriber Service.