Tuition and Fees

2017 - 2018

Tuition and fees are subject to change to change without notice.  The tuition rate does not vary with the number of credit hours taken by full-time students.  In unusual circumstances, where a student is enrolled for fewer than 12 semester hours, tuition may be charged at an hourly rate.

2017-2018 Tuition and Fees

Application Fees      Resident  $45.00
Non-Resident  $45.00
Tuition P-1 Resident  $11,918.00 per semester

 $20,755.00 per semester

Tuition P-2,3,4   Resident

 $10,073.00  per semester


 $20,755.00  per semester

   **Non-Resident Tuition Scholarships that waive much of the difference between resident and nonresident tuition are available

University Program Fees:


Student Health Insurance (Unless Waived)        

$1,184.66 per semester 

Health Insurance for in-patient services is mandatory for full-time students and will be assessed on your tuition bill UNLESS a waiver form is completed showing a private plan.  If you have any questions, please call 402-559-7276.

Student Health Program $99.75 per semester
Center for Healthy Living $62.50 per semester
Late Registration $10.00
Late Fees - Tuition/Fees $100.00
COP Program Fee $125.00 per semester
COP Technology Fee $250.00 per semester
Course Fees:  
First Semester, P1, Biology of Disease (PAMM 690) $45.00
Second Semester, P1, Microbiology (PAMM 550) $15.00
Second Semester, P1, Microbiology Lab (MLS 552) $5.00
Second Semester, P1, Immunology (PAMM 509) $15.00
First Semester, P2, Pharmacology (PHAR 680) $30.00
Second Semester, P2, Pharmacology (PHAR 682) $30.00
Miscellaneous Fees:  
Library Fee $6.25 per credit hour
Transcript $10.00
Student Senate Fee $5.00 per semester
Locker Rental $5.00 per year
Replacement of Photo-Identification Card $10.00
Pre-Enrollment Deposit $500.00
Student Health Service Fees are due at the same time as tuition.  Students not enrolled at the Medical Center during the summer moths have the option of requesting coverage for those months at a proportionate rate.  Services for dependents (spouses and/or children) are available.
Financial Aid  
The UNMC Office of Financial Aid administers a variety of financial aid programs.  The UNMC Financial Aid website provides many answers about financing a UNMC education and is referenced in the admissions process for completion of appropriate paperwork. The College of Pharmacy administers a significant number of scholarships which are granted based upon academic performance, leadership, extracurricular involvement and/or a combination of these criteria. 
UNO Tuition
Students enrolled full-time in the College of Pharmacy may take elective courses at UNO.  Tuition for acceptable courses taken during the regular semester will be paid by UNMC.  Tuition for courses taken at UNO during the summer sessions, or tuition for activity courses in physical education, or any other courses not acceptable for elective credit in the Pharm.D. program, will be charged to the student.
Tuition Refunds
A student who withdraws from the University during any term is entitled to claim a refund of a portion of tuition paid.  The University's current refund policy for fall and spring semesters is outlined in the UNMC Student Handbook under Tuition Refund Schedule.