Medical students matriculating in August 2020 will be charged tuition at the rate of $56,500 per year. The 2020-2021 tuition for graduate students registered in the School of Medicine is $56,500. These tuitions cover all normal charges. The tuition fee is payable in two equal installments, one at the opening of the academic year, and one at the beginning of the second half of the year. Living expenses, health insurance, an $850 annual fee for University Health Services, a $200 imaging fee for first and second year students, and a $740 matriculation fee are in addition to the tuition charge. The matriculation fee is a general University assessment and is collected once only from new students at the time of their initial enrollment as full-time students and/or as degree candidates in the University. Special schedules for payment of fees can be arranged with the Office of Financial Affairs.

Students will not be admitted to the regular courses until they have registered at the Office of the Registrar of the School of Medicine and arranged for payment of their fees for the first half of the academic year. Registration is not required for the second half, but arrangements must be made for the payment of second half tuition before students can be admitted to classes.

A late charge may be imposed in connection with all tuition and fees due to the School of Medicine as follows: Tuition, imaging, and matriculation fees are due and payable at the beginning of each term. The late charge will be 1-1/2% per month of the unpaid balance, and will be added to each unpaid account on the first of each month. For insurance and parking fees, the 1-1/2% late charge will be assessed thirty days after billing and on the monthly anniversary thereafter. When late payments result from delayed receipt of loans for which timely application has been made, the late charge may be waived by the Associate Dean for Student Affairs. All fees and charges must be paid in full in order for a student to be approved for graduation.