Fees for 2015-2016 (Class of 2017):
Tuition and Fees for 2015-2016 (Class of 2017):
Direct Total Costs
Major additional costs for the program will vary from student to student and may include, but are not limited to: textbooks, medical supplies, clothing, computers, lodging, utilities, gas, and professional memberships. Below are averages for common expenses associated with attending the program.
*One time fee
Financing Your Education and Additional Expenses:
Student Loans: The majority of students finance all expenses through student loans. Students who plan to finance everything using student loans must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSFA) after January 1 of the year they are planning to enter. Students are then eligible for most federal and/or alternative loans once the FAFSA form has been submitted.
Alternative Loans: More information about alternative loans may be found by clicking here.
Students pursuing careers in primary care can receive scholarships for serving communities in need upon graduation and completion of training.
NC Residents Only