Cost of Attendance 2012-2013
Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine – Class of 2014
The Cost of Attendance is an estimate of the amount it will cost for you to attend your program for one academic year. Some costs are set by Touro University Nevada and are not negotiable. These amounts are listed in the REQUIRED INSTITUTIONAL EXPENSES section. Other amounts depend entirely on your preferences and will vary from student to student depending on personal choices. These amounts are listed in the OTHER EXPENSES section. You may borrow up to the total of your REQUIRED and OTHER expenses. Touro University Nevada advises you to borrow ONLY what you need in order to successfully complete your program each year. Please remember that borrowed money must be repaid with interest, and sacrifice now will pay off later.
The 12 month loan period for this academic year is: 07/09/2012 – 06/28/2013.
|REQUIRED INSTITUTIONAL EXPENSES|
|Health Insurance*||$ 3,400|
*Only for students using the University Health Insurance.
|OTHER EXPENSES (will vary based on personal choice)|
|Room / Board||$ 25,830|
|GRAND TOTAL||$ 91,467|
|Unsubsidized (6.8%)||$ 47,167|
|Grad PLUS or Private loan (% varies)||$ 44,300|
Start the financial aid process
- Review prior federal student loan borrowing history through the National Student Loan Data System. Aggregate lifetime loan limit is $224,000 from undergrad through graduate program.
- Apply for loans.
The financial aid office will email you an award letter that reflects all processed loans once your aid is complete. Please review, and if necessary, make changes, and return to FA office. If no changes are necessary, please keep the document for your records.
REFUNDS: If a refund of federal funds is due to you (i.e., federal loan funds exceed total tuition, fees and any additional institutional dues), federal regulations allow the University 14 business days from date of disbursement or first day of class, whichever is later, to process the refund. Students who have fully registered for classes and completed all financial aid steps typically receive refund checks during the first week of class of each semester. All loan funds are disbursed to the school and distributed to students after verification of satisfactory academic progress is completed. It is your responsibility to have other funds available upfront for immediate living expenses and books.