Tuition and Financial Aid
Information about Tuition and Fees
Tuition and fees charges are subject to future change without notice. The following information, therefore, is offered as a guideline, not as a firm commitment. Tuition is based on the number of hours enrolled.
|2013-2014 Tuition and Fees|
|Type of Fee||Unit||Campus Students/Courses Tuition & Fee Amount||Campus Student Distance Course Tuition & Fee Amount||Distance Program Tuition & Fee Amount|
|University Program & Facilities Fees|
|Student Health Program:|
|Part-time Students (optional)||semester||99.75||99.75||0.00|
| Center for Healthy Living:
Mandatory for all except UNMC employees
|Student Health Insurance (unless waived*)||semester||770.00||770.00||0.00|
|Library Fee||credit hour||4.00||4.00||4.00|
|Distance Education Delivery Fee**||credit hour||25.00||25.00||25.00|
|Distributive Learning fee||credit hour||30.00||30.00||30.00|
|COPH Technology Fee||semester||150.00||150.00||150.00|
|*waiver based upon student having personal insurance|
|**Only for courses delivered exclusively at a distance.|
|1. Full-time, for this purpose, is defined as follows:|
|Per Semester||Undergrad - 7 or more hours|
|Grad - 5 or more hours|
|Summer Session||Grad/undergrad - 4 or more hours|
|For a comprehensive list of all incidental fees, please see the UNMC Student Handbook|
Scholarships and Awards
The following scholarships and awards are available to COPH students who are currently enrolled and to new applicants.
Carruth J. Wagner Foundation offers $1,000 scholarships, annually, to UNMC College of Public Health MPH and PhD Students. For more information, contact the Associate Dean for Student Affairs. The number of scholarships may vary from year to year.
The Robert D. Sparks Student Research Award is a $1,500 award offered annually to UNMC College of Public Health MPH and PhD students to support outstanding research that impacts public health in the state of Nebraska. For more information, contact the Associate Dean for Student Affairs.
The College of Public Health has a limited number of Non-Resident Tuition Scholarships to award to students who are not residents of Nebraska. These Scholarships are awarded competitively on the basis of scholarship and academic performance. For more information contact the Office of Educational Services at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Questions regarding assistantships should be directed to the individual departments at UNMC. Questions about other financial assistance should be directed to the Office of Financial Aid.
Financial Aid Contact Information
UNMC Office of Financial Aid Contact Information
International students may want to contact the International Studies and Programs Office:
UNMC International Studies and Programs
The Office of Financial Aid should be consulted for information on exact costs.
- Certificate Programs
MS in Emergency Preparedness
- Master of Public Health
- MPH Dual Degree Programs
- PhD Programs
- Online Programs
- Service Learning Academy (SLA)
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