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Pre-medical Program - Costs & Financial Aid
USciences education just became more affordable.
In fall 2018, students who enroll will not pay more than $25,000 per year in tuition and general fee* for undergraduate coursework.
So you’ll know the full price to earn that degree from the day you begin—no hidden fees, additional price increases, or surprises during the course of your education—making the tuition equation easier to understand.
* This pricing does not include room and board, health insurance, or any professional, clinical, or transportation fees.
- This pricing includes a general University fee, which remains consistent throughout the course of your enrollment in your program of study.
- Additional classes outside your program of study will be charged at current established per credit rate.
- You can take up to a year away from school without your tuition schedule changing.
- General scholarships are available including merit, legacy, sibling, and athletic.
Full Tuition and Fee Schedule for Incoming Traditional Undergraduate Students Entering Fall 2018
Room, Board and Health Insurance, 2017-18 Academic Year †
|Room Charges (Goodman, Osol, Wilson Halls)||Semester||Year|
|Board Plans (Residents)||Semester||Year|
|11 Meal Plan (11 meals per week + $625 Declining Balance Dollars per semester)||$3,061||$6,122|
|Ultimate 700 (14 meals per week + $700 Declining Balance Dollars per semester||$3,161||$6,322|
|University-sponsored student health insurance plan premium ^||$1,993|
† Room, board and health insurance costs are subject to change annually. Amounts shown are 2017-18 costs.
^ Enrollment required of all half-time and full-time students without equivalent health insurance coverage.
The University Administration reserves the right to make changes in tuition, fees, and room and board charges.
A USciences education is a long-term investment, and financial aid is the best way to help offset the cost of your degree. From federal grants to scholarships and work-study, there are many forms of aid available.
Associate Director, Pre-Health Professions Programs
University of the Sciences
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Philadelphia, PA 19104-4495