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Tuition & Financial Aid

Learn about our financial aid and application process.

Students should consider the following items in planning expenditures for each year:

First
(12 Month)

Second
(12 Month)

Third
(4 Month)

Tuition

$35,654

$35,654

$11,854

Activity Fee

$565

$565

$200

Books and Supplies

$2,269

$960

 

Equipment

$1,137

$644

 

Technology Fee                  $540                  $540                $270

Room and Board

$17,148

$17,148

$5,714

Personal and Transportation

$4,527

$4,527

$1,512

Yale Hospitalization and Misc. Medical Expenses

$2,380

$2,380

$1,090

Travel to Rotations

$770

$3,446

$1,152

 

 

 

Total Budget

$64,990

$65,864

$21,792

 

 

 

Base Loan

     

First and Second Year

$30,000

   

Third Year
(One half of first and second year loan amount)

$15,000

   
     

Dependency Allowance

     

First Child

$4,320

$4,320

$1,620

Additional Children

$3,040

$3,040

$1,015

     

Continuing Registration Fee (post December graduates)

$1,000

 

 

The estimated total tuition cost for the 28 months is approximately $83,162.

The estimated total cost of attending the program is $152,646.

Budget Notes

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 Stafford (Subsidized and Unsubsidized).

The personal expense allowance, intended for laundry, clothing, entertainment, etc., assumes a modest level of spending during the year.

Additional Information

Students are required to purchase a laptop computer. Student loans can be acquired for computers purchased after July 1 of the entering year.

The above estimates do not include incidentals used to support some individuals in the New Haven area for a year.

The 2014-2015 academic year tuition rebate and refund policy.

Enrollment Fee

Upon acceptance to the Program, the applicant is required to remit $1,000 to secure his/her place in the incoming class. This fee is non-refundable. The fee defrays disability insurance costs and other essential medical insurance costs paid by the program. Please note that these medical expenses are independent of those paid by the student through Student Financial Accounts and Services.