Physician Assistant Education Tuition and Related Expenses
Tuition and fees are subject to change, as determined by the University of Nebraska Board of Regents. Questions regarding residency status should be directed to UNMC Student Services.
Approved tuition and fees charges for the 2013-2014 academic year are as follows:
|Non-refundable Application Fee||$70.00||$70.00||$0||$0||$0||$0|
(upon acceptance to be applied toward tuition)
|Semester Credit Hours||63||63||44||44||16||16|
|Fees: ^Miscellaneous Fees||2,262.00||2,262.00||736.00||736.00||601.00||601.00|
|*University Program & Facilities Fees:
Fund A, Fund B including Center for Health Living
|**Student Health Insurance
(unless waived with proof of other insurance)
|Books, Supplies and Equipment||2,529.00||2,529.00||357.00||357.00||0.00||0.00|
|TOTAL Program Tuition, Fees, and Expenses||$24,911.50||$56,836.75||$15,798.50||$38,095.50||$6,311.25||$14,419.25|
† Resident Tuition = $285 per semester credit hour; Nonresident Tuition = $791.75 per semester credit hour
^ Miscellaneous fees may include: Library, technology, course, lab, locker, clerkship, TB test, board review, and graduation fees.
* Fund B fees based on full-time student rate. Options exist for spouses and children at a higher rate.
** Physician Assistant Program students must have health insurance throughout their enrollment in the program. This requirement can be met by purchasing a University-endorsed plan, or the student can provide evidence of comparable coverage through spouse’s, employer’s, parent’s, or personal plan, in which case the fee is waived.
Additional variable costs include required attendance at professional meetings and clinical education affiliations (including travel and room and board costs). Information about housing both on and off campus may be found at the student services housing website. Housing and living expenses are not included in the estimated tuition and related expenses above. See the financial aid office for details on living allowances.
NOTE: Travel and living expenses during the clinical clerkships should be anticipated throughout Phase II of the Program. The amount of these expenses will vary depending on individual student schedules.
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