Cost of Attendance

You need to plan for the costs associated with your program at Touro Nevada. Whether you are a new or current student, it is important to be fiscally conservative to expenses at Touro Nevada. 

New Student Fees

Below is your estimated cost of attendance. Expand to see an estimated breakdown of tuition, fees, books, room and board, transportation, health insurance, and other expenses to help you better prepare for your education at Touro Nevada. If you need more information on loans, interest rates, and fees, visit the Office of Financial Aid.

 

Institution Related Expenses:   Fall  Spring Total
Tuition   $30,465 $30,465 $60,930
Fees    $420 $105 $525
Total Institutional Expenses:   $30,885 $30,570 $61,455

Other Education-related Expenses:

(Expenses will vary upon personal choice.)

  Fall  Spring Total
Books & Supplies    $615 $615 $1,230
Computer   $1,375 $0 $1,375
Health Insurance   $1,975 $2,765 $4,740
Room & Board   $9,495 $9,495 $18,990
Personal    $1,790 $1,790 $3,580
Transportation    $1,032 $1,032 $2,064
Loan Fees (*Up to $2,613)   $225* $225* $450*
Total Other Expenses:   $16,507 $15,922 $32,429
Grand Total:       $93,884
Potential Aid   
Unsubsidized Stafford Loan† $42,722
Emergency Funds/Federal Work Study/Other $7,000
Graduate Plus Loans/Alternative Loan  $44,162
Total: $93,884

The estimated cost of the 4 year DO program (Institution Related Expenses) is $253,382.

Graduate students enrolled in the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine program have a Stafford (Subsidized and Unsubsidized) aggregate borrowing limit of $224,000, including both undergraduate and graduate Stafford loan borrowing. You can see your previous borrowing history at National Student Loan Data System. The aggregate borrowing limit does not include Graduate Plus Loan borrowing.

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 will receive refunds during the first two weeks of class of each semester. It is your responsibility to have other funds available upfront for immediate living expenses and books.

 

Osteopathic Medicine Students Average Student Loan Debt and Cohort Default Rates

The Touro Nevada College of Osteopathic Medicine average debt per student loan borrower:

Graduation Year Average Debt* % of Loan Borrowers†  Program Length in Years
2020 $285,539 92% 4
2019 $300,909 80% 4
2018 $298,451 84% 4
2017 $285,126 92% 4

*Average Debt includes loan funds used to pay medical school educational expenses (i.e., tuition, fees, books, supplies, exam prep, exam expenses, residency interview costs, clerkship related expenses, etc.) and to assist with living expenses (i.e., room and board, health insurance, personal, transportation, etc.). † % of all students within the program that borrowed federal student loans.

 

 The Touro University Cohort Default Rate (CDR):

Year Official Default Rate† 
FY 2018 0.3%
FY 2017 1.6%
FY 2016 0.9%
FY 2015 1.4%

Source: U.S. Department of Education (NSLDS)

† The Touro University CDR is representative of both Touro University California and Touro University Nevada. 

 

Institution-Related Expenses: Summer Fall Spring Total
Tuition  $12,800 $12,800 $12,800 $38,400
Fees $835 $70 $70 $975
Total Institutional Expenses: $13,635 $12,870 $12,870 $39,375
Other Education-Related Expenses:

(Expenses will vary upon personal choice.)

Summer Fall Spring Total
Books & Supplies $615  $615  $615 $1,845
Computer $1,375 $0 $0 $1,375
Health Insurance $1,580 $1,580 $1,580 $4,740
Room & Board $7,596 $7,596 $7,596 $22,788
Personal $1,432 $1,432 $1,432 $4,296
Transportation  $898 $898 $898 $2,694
Loan Fees (*Up to $2,627) $72* $72* $72* $216
Other (Exam-related Expenses) $185 $0 $0 $185
Total Other Expenses: $13,753 $12,193 $12,193 $38,139
Grand Total:       $77,514
Potential Aid  
Stafford Unsubsidized Loan† $20,500
Emergency Funds/Federal Work Study/Other $7,000
Graduate Plus Loans/Alternative Loan $50,014
Total: $77,514

The estimated cost of the 9 semester DPT program (Institution Related Expenses) is $119,592.

Graduate students have a Stafford (Subsidized and Unsubsidized) aggregate borrowing limit of $138,500, including both undergraduate and graduate Stafford loan borrowing. You can see your previous borrowing history at National Student Loan Data System. The aggregate borrowing limit does not include Graduate Plus Loan borrowing.

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 will receive refunds during the first two weeks of class of each semester. It is your responsibility to have other funds available upfront for immediate living expenses and books.

 

Institution-Related Expenses: Summer Fall Spring Total
Tuition  $12,765 $12,765 $12,765 $38,295
Fees $385 $70 $70 $525
Total Institutional Expenses: $13,150 $12,835 $12,835 $38,820
Other Education-Related Expenses:

(Expenses will vary upon personal choice.)

Summer Fall Spring Total
Books & Supplies $615 $615 $615 $1,845
Computer $1,375 $0 $0 $1,375
Health Insurance $1,580  $1,580  $1,580 $4,740
Room & Board  $7,696 $7,696 $7,696 $22,788
Personal  $1,432 $1,432 $1,432 $4,296
Transportation  $898 $898 $898 $2,694
Loan Fees (*Up to $2,595) $72* $72* $72* $216*
Total Other Expenses: $13,568 $12,193 $12,193 $37,954
Grand Total:       $76,774
Potential Aid  
Stafford Unsubsidized Loan† $20,500
Emergency Funds/Federal Work Study/Other $7,000
Graduate Plus Loans/Alternative Loan $49,274
Total: $76,774

The estimated cost of the 9 semester OTD program (Institution Related Expenses) is $118,818.

Graduate students have a Stafford (Subsidized and Unsubsidized) aggregate borrowing limit of $138,500, including both undergraduate and graduate Stafford loan borrowing. You can see your previous borrowing history at National Student Loan Data System. The aggregate borrowing limit does not include Graduate Plus Loan borrowing.

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 will receive refunds during the first two weeks of class of each semester. It is your responsibility to have other funds available upfront for immediate living expenses and books.

Institution-Related Expenses: Per Semester
Tuition Estimate (Based on 11 credits @ $800) $8,800
Fees $70
Course Fee (DNPV 761, 763, 767) $750
Total Institutional Expenses: $9,620

Other Education-Related Expenses:

(Expenses will vary upon personal choice.)

Per Semester
Books & Supplies $615
Room & Board $7,596
Personal  $1,432
Transportation  $898
Loan Fees (*Up to $638) $72*
Total Education-Related Expenses: $10,683
Grand Total: $20,233
Potential Aid  Per Semester
Stafford Unsubsidized Loan† $6,833
Graduate Plus Loans/Alternative Loan $13,400
Total: $20,233

The estimated cost of the 3 semester DNP program is $28,650 - $38,250. (Institution Related Expenses)

Summer: 07/5/2022 – 10/28/2022   Fall: 10/31/2022 – 2/24/2023   Spring: 2/27/2023 – 6/23/2023

Graduate students have a Stafford (Subsidized and Unsubsidized) aggregate borrowing limit of $138,500, including both undergraduate and graduate Stafford loan borrowing. You can see your previous borrowing history at National Student Loan Data System. The aggregate borrowing limit does not include Graduate Plus Loan borrowing.

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 will receive refunds during the first two weeks of class of each semester. It is your responsibility to have other funds available upfront for immediate living expenses and books.

Institution-Related Expenses: Per Semester
Tuition Estimate (Based on 6 credits @ $650) $3,900
Fees $70
Total Institutional Expenses: $3,970

Other Education-Related Expenses:

(Expenses will vary upon personal choice.)

Per Semester
Books & Supplies $615
Room & Board $7,596
Personal  $1,432
Transportation  $898
Loan Fees (*Up to $381) $72*
Total Education-Related Expenses: $10,613
Grand Total: $14,583
Potential Aid  Per Semester
Stafford Unsubsidized Loan† $6,833
Graduate Plus Loans/Alternative Loan $7,750
Total: $14,583

The estimated cost of the 10 semester EdD program is (Institution Related Expenses) is $38,115.

Graduate students have a Stafford (Subsidized and Unsubsidized) aggregate borrowing limit of $138,500, including both undergraduate and graduate Stafford loan borrowing. You can see your previous borrowing history at National Student Loan Data System. The aggregate borrowing limit does not include Graduate Plus Loan borrowing.

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 will receive refunds during the first two weeks of class of each semester. It is your responsibility to have other funds available upfront for immediate living expenses and books.

Institution-Related Expenses Summer Fall Spring Total
Tuition  $14,840 $14,840 $14,840 $44,520
Fees $1,205 $70 $70 $1,345
Total Institutional Expenses: $16,045 $14,910 $14,910 $45,865

Other Education-Related Expenses:

(Expenses will vary upon personal choice.)

Summer Fall Spring Total
Books & Supplies $615 $615 $615 $1,845
Computer  $1,375 $0 $0 $1,375
Health Insurance  $1,580 $1,580 $1,580 $4,740
Room & Board $7,596 $7,596 $7,596 $22,788
Personal  $1,432 $1,432 $1,432 $4,296
Transportation  $898 $898 $898 $2,694
Loan Fees (*Up to $2,893) $72* $72* $72* $216*
Total Other Expenses: $13,568 $12,193 $12,193 $37,954
Grand Total:       $83,819
Potential Aid   
Stafford Unsubsidized Loan† $20,500
Emergency Funds/Federal Work Study/Other $7,000
Graduate Plus Loans/Alternative Loan $56,319
Total: $83,819

The estimated cost of the 7 semester PA program (Institution Related Expenses) is $107,796.

Graduate students have a Stafford (Subsidized and Unsubsidized) aggregate borrowing limit of $138,500, including both undergraduate and graduate Stafford loan borrowing. You can see your previous borrowing history at National Student Loan Data System. The aggregate borrowing limit does not include Graduate Plus Loan borrowing.

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 will receive refunds during the first two weeks of class of each semester. It is your responsibility to have other funds available upfront for immediate living expenses and books.

Institution-Related Expenses Fall Spring Total
Tuition $14,590 $14,590 $29,180
Fees $420 $105 $525
Total Institutional Expenses: $15,010 $14,695 $29,705

Other Education-Related Expenses:

(Expenses will vary upon personal choice.) 

Fall Spring Total
Books & Supplies $615 $615 $1,230
Computer $1,375 $0 $1,375
Health Insurance $2,370 $2,370 $4,740
Room & Board $9,495 $9,495 $18,990
Personal  $1,790 $1,790 $3,580
Transportation  $1,032 $1,032 $2,064
Loan Fees (*Up to $1,966) $108* $108* $216*
Total Other Expenses: $16,785 $15,410 $32,195
Grand Total:      $61,900
Potential Aid  
Stafford Unsubsidized Loan† $20,500
Emergency Funds/Federal Work Study/Other $7,000
Graduate Plus Loans/Alternative Loan  $34,400
Total: $61,900

The estimated cost of the 2 semester MHS program (Institution Related Expenses) is $29,705.

Graduate students have a Stafford (Subsidized and Unsubsidized) aggregate borrowing limit of $138,500, including both undergraduate and graduate Stafford loan borrowing. You can see your previous borrowing history at National Student Loan Data System. The aggregate borrowing limit does not include Graduate Plus Loan borrowing.

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 will receive refunds during the first two weeks of class of each semester. It is your responsibility to have other funds available upfront for immediate living expenses and books.

Institution-Related Expenses: Per Semester
Tuition Estimate (Based on 6 credits @ $415/credit) $2,490
Fees $70
Total Institutional Expenses:  $2,560
Other Education-Related Expenses:

(Expenses will vary upon personal choice.)

Per Semester
Books & Supplies $615
Room & Board $7,596
Personal  $1,432
Transportation $898
Loan Fees (*Up to $340) $72*
Total Education-Related Expenses: $10,613
Grand Total:  $13,173
Potential Aid  Per Semester
Stafford Unsubsidized Loan† $6,833
Graduate Plus Loans/Alternative Loan $6,340
Total:  $13,173

The estimated cost of the 6 semester CED program (Institution Related Expenses only) is $15,150 – $16,810.

Graduate students have a Stafford (Subsidized and Unsubsidized) aggregate borrowing limit of $138,500, including both undergraduate and graduate Stafford loan borrowing. You can see your previous borrowing history at National Student Loan Data System. The aggregate borrowing limit does not include Graduate Plus Loan borrowing.

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 will receive refunds during the first two weeks of class of each semester. It is your responsibility to have other funds available upfront for immediate living expenses and books.

Institution-Related Expenses: Per Semester
Tuition Estimate (Based on 6 credits @ $800/credit) $4,800
Clinical Intensive Lab Fee, when applicable (I, II, III) $750
Fees $70
Total Institutional Expenses: $5,620

Other Education-Related Expenses

(Expenses will vary upon personal choice.)

Per Semester
Books & Supplies $615
Room & Board $7,596
Personal  $1,432
Transportation  $898
Loan Fees (*Up to $467) $72*
Total Education-Related Expenses: $11,433
Grand Total: $17,053
Potential Aid: Per Semester
Stafford Unsubsidized Loan† $6,833
Graduate Plus loans/Alternative Loan $10,220
Total: $17,053

The estimated cost of the 6-7 semester, 38-53 credit MSN program(Institution Related Expenses only) is $27,960 - $38,535.

Summer: 7/5/2022 – 10/28/2022   Fall: 10/31/2022 – 2/24/2023   Spring: 2/27/2023 – 6/23/2023

Graduate students have a Stafford (Subsidized and Unsubsidized) aggregate borrowing limit of $138,500, including both undergraduate and graduate Stafford loan borrowing. You can see your previous borrowing history at National Student Loan Data System. The aggregate borrowing limit does not include Graduate Plus Loan borrowing.

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 will receive refunds during the first two weeks of class of each semester. It is your responsibility to have other funds available upfront for immediate living expenses and books.

Institution-Related Expenses: Per Semester
Tuition Estimate (Based on 6 credits @ $800/credit) $4,800
Clinical Intensive Lab Fee, as applicable (I, II, III) $750
Fees $70
Total Institutional Expenses: $5,620

Other Education-Related Expenses:

(Expenses will vary upon personal choice.)

Per Semester
Books & Supplies  $615
Room & Board $7,596
Personal  $1,432
Transportation  $898
Loan Fees (*Up to $469) $72*

Total Education-Related Expenses: 

$10,683
Grand Total:  $16,233
Potential Aid Per Semester
Stafford Unsubsidized Loan† $6,833
Graduate Plus Loans/Alternative Loan (Up to) $9,400
Total: $16,233

The estimated cost of the 3-4 semester Post MSN Certificate program (Institution Related Expenses only) is $25,660 - $32,860.

Summer: 7/5/2022 – 10/28/2022   Fall: 10/31/2022 – 2/24/2023   Spring: 2/27/2023 – 6/23/2023

Graduate students have a Stafford (Subsidized and Unsubsidized) aggregate borrowing limit of $138,500, including both undergraduate and graduate Stafford loan borrowing. You can see your previous borrowing history at National Student Loan Data System. The aggregate borrowing limit does not include Graduate Plus Loan borrowing.

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 will receive refunds during the first two weeks of class of each semester. It is your responsibility to have other funds available upfront for immediate living expenses and books.

Required Institutional Expenses Per Semester
Tuition (Based on 12 credits/semester @ $280/credit) $3,360
Fees  $70
Total Institutional Expenses:  $3,430
Other Expenses:

(Expenses will vary based on personal choices)

Per Semester
Books & Supplies  $615
Room & Board  $7,596
Personal $1,432
Transportation  $898
Loan Fees (*Up to $44) $32*
Total Other: $10,643
Grand Total: $14,003
Potential Aid Independent Dependent
Subsidized Loan** $1,833 $1,833
Unsubsidized Loan $2,333 $667
Parent Plus (Dependent Students Only) or Private Alternative Loan $9,837 $11,503
Total:  $14,003 $14,003

The estimated cost of the 3 semester RN-BSN program (Institution Related Expenses up to 36 credits) is $10,290.

**Your subsidized loan eligibility might be adjusted based on your Expected Family Contribution (EFC), which is determined by the Department of Education. Loan borrowing limits may also be impacted if you received loans from another institution during the current academic year. Also, some students may qualify for Federal Grants (e.g., Pell Grants and Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant).

Summer: 7/5/2022 – 10/28/2022   Fall: 10/31/2022 – 2/24/2023   Spring: 2/27/2023 – 6/23/2023

Review prior federal student loan borrowing history through the National Student Loan Data System. Aggregate lifetime loan limit is $31,000 for dependent undergraduate students and $57,500 for independent undergraduate students.

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 by posted due date located on the document. If no changes are necessary, please keep the document for your records.

Current Students

Below you will find information on tuition and fees, as well as an estimated breakdown of books, room and board, and other expenses you may incur through your education at Touro Nevada. For additional information on loans, interest rates and fees, please visit the office of Financial Aid.

Institution Related Expenses:   Fall  Spring Total
Tuition   $30,465 $30,465 $60,930
Fees    $420 $105 $525
Total Institutional Expenses:   $30,885 $30,570 $61,455

Other Education-related Expenses:

(Expenses will vary upon personal choice.)

  Fall  Spring Total
Books & Supplies    $615 $615 $1,230
Health Insurance   $1,975 $1,975 $3,950
Room & Board   $9,495 $9,495 $18,990
Personal    $1,790 $1,790 $3,580
Transportation    $1,032 $1,032 $2,064
Loan Fees (*Up to $2,623)   $225* $225* $450*
Exams   $1,193 $1,193 $2,386
Total Other Expenses:   $16,325 $16,325 $32,650
Grand Total:       $94,105
Potential Aid   
Unsubsidized Stafford Loan† $42,722
Emergency Funds/Federal Work Study/Other $7,000
Graduate Plus Loans/Alternative Loan  $44,383
Total: $94,105

The estimated cost of the 4 year DO program (Institution Related Expenses) is $236,102.

†Graduate students enrolled in the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine program have a Stafford (Subsidized and Unsubsidized) aggregate borrowing limit of $224,000, including both undergraduate and graduate Stafford loan borrowing. You can see your previous borrowing history at National Student Loan Data System.

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 will receive refunds during the first two weeks of class of each semester. It is your responsibility to have other funds available upfront for immediate living expenses and books.

 

Osteopathic Medicine Students Average Student Loan Debt and Cohort Default Rates

 

The Touro Nevada College of Osteopathic Medicine average debt per student loan borrower:

Graduation Year Average Debt* % of Loan Borrowers† Program Length in Years
2020 $285,539 92% 4
2019 $300,909 80% 4
2018 $298,451 84% 4
2017 $285,126 92% 4

*Average Debt includes loan funds used to pay medical school educational expenses (i.e., tuition, fees, books, supplies, exam prep, exam expenses, residency interview costs, clerkship related expenses, etc.) and to assist with living expenses (i.e., room and board, health insurance, personal, transportation, etc.). † % of all students within the program that borrowed federal student loans.

 

The Touro University Cohort Default Rate (CDR): 

Year Official Default Rate†
FY 2018 0.3%
FY 2017 1.6%
FY 2016 0.9%
FY 2015 1.4%

Source: U.S. Department of Education (NSLDS)

† The Touro University CDR is representative of both Touro University California and Touro University Nevada. 

 

Institution Related Expenses:   Fall  Spring Total
Tuition   $30,465 $30,465 $60,930
Fees    $420 $105 $525
Total Institutional Expenses:   $30,885 $30,570 $61,455

Other Education-related Expenses:

(Expenses will vary upon personal choice.)

  Fall  Spring Total
Books & Supplies    $615 $615 $1,230
Health Insurance   $2,370 $2,370 $4,740
Room & Board   $11,394 $11,394 $22,788
Personal    $2,148 $2,148 $4,296
Transportation    $1,166 $1,166 $2,332
Exam/Interview Related Travel   $2,013 2,013 $4,026
Exam Related Expenses   $1,193 $1,193 $2,386
Clerkship Related Expenses   $1,933 $1,933 $3,866
Loan Fees (*Up to $3,052)   $225* $225* $450*
Total Other Expenses:   $23,057 $23,057 $46,114
Grand Total:       $107,569
Potential Aid   
Unsubsidized Stafford Loan† $47,167
Emergency Funds/Federal Work Study/Other $7,000
Graduate Plus Loans/Alternative Loan  $53,402
Total: $107,569

The estimated cost of the 4 year DO program (Institution Related Expenses) is $ 219,224.

†Graduate students enrolled in the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine program have a Stafford (Subsidized and Unsubsidized) aggregate borrowing limit of $224,000, including both undergraduate and graduate Stafford loan borrowing. You can see your previous borrowing history at National Student Loan Data System.

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 will receive refunds during the first two weeks of class of each semester. It is your responsibility to have other funds available upfront for immediate living expenses and books.

 

Osteopathic Medicine Students Average Student Loan Debt and Cohort Default Rates

 

The Touro Nevada College of Osteopathic Medicine average debt per student loan borrower:

Graduation Year Average Debt* % of Loan Borrowers† Program Length in Years
2020 $285,539 92% 4
2019 $300,909 80% 4
2018 $298,451 84% 4
2017 $285,126 92% 4

*Average Debt includes loan funds used to pay medical school educational expenses (i.e., tuition, fees, books, supplies, exam prep, exam expenses, residency interview costs, clerkship related expenses, etc.) and to assist with living expenses (i.e., room and board, health insurance, personal, transportation, etc.). † % of all students within the program that borrowed federal student loans.

 

The Touro University Cohort Default Rate (CDR): 

Year Official Default Rate†
FY 2018 0.3%
FY 2017 1.6%
FY 2016 0.9%
FY 2015 1.4%

Source: U.S. Department of Education (NSLDS)

† The Touro University CDR is representative of both Touro University California and Touro University Nevada. 

Institution Related Expenses:   Fall  Spring Total
Tuition   $30,465 $30,465 $60,930
Fees    $420 $105 $525
Total Institutional Expenses:   $30,885 $30,570 $61,455

Other Education-related Expenses:

(Expenses will vary upon personal choice.)

  Fall  Spring Total
Books & Supplies    $615 $615 $1,230
Health Insurance   $2,370 $2,370 $4,740
Room & Board   $11,394 $9,495 $20,889
Personal    $2,140 $1,790 $3,938
Transportation    $1,166 $1,032 $2,198
Exam/Interview Related Travel   $2,013 $,2,013 $4,026
Residency/Clerkship related expenses   $6,151 $5,925 $12,076
Loan Fees (*Up to $3,268)   $225* $225* $450*
Total Other Expenses:   $26,082 $23,465 $49,457
Grand Total:       $111,002
Potential Aid   
Unsubsidized Stafford Loan† $44,944
Emergency Funds/Federal Work Study/Other $7,000
Graduate Plus Loans/Alternative Loan  $59,058
Total: $111,002

The estimated cost of the 4 year DO program (Institution Related Expenses) is $ 211,625.

†Graduate students enrolled in the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine program have a Stafford (Subsidized and Unsubsidized) aggregate borrowing limit of $224,000, including both undergraduate and graduate Stafford loan borrowing. You can see your previous borrowing history at National Student Loan Data System.

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 will receive refunds during the first two weeks of class of each semester. It is your responsibility to have other funds available upfront for immediate living expenses and books.

 

Osteopathic Medicine Students Average Student Loan Debt and Cohort Default Rates

 

The Touro Nevada College of Osteopathic Medicine average debt per student loan borrower:

Graduation Year Average Debt* % of Loan Borrowers† Program Length in Years
2020 $285,539 92% 4
2019 $300,909 80% 4
2018 $298,451 84% 4
2017 $285,126 92% 4

*Average Debt includes loan funds used to pay medical school educational expenses (i.e., tuition, fees, books, supplies, exam prep, exam expenses, residency interview costs, clerkship related expenses, etc.) and to assist with living expenses (i.e., room and board, health insurance, personal, transportation, etc.). † % of all students within the program that borrowed federal student loans.

 

The Touro University Cohort Default Rate (CDR): 

Year Official Default Rate†
FY 2018 0.3%
FY 2017 1.6%
FY 2016 0.9%
FY 2015 1.4%

Source: U.S. Department of Education (NSLDS)

† The Touro University CDR is representative of both Touro University California and Touro University Nevada. 

Institution-Related Expenses: Summer Fall Spring Total
Tuition  $12,765 $12,765 $12,765 $38,400
Fees $385 $70 $70 $525
Total Institutional Expenses: $13,150 $12,835 $12,835 $38,925
Other Education-Related Expenses:

(Expenses will vary upon personal choice.)

Summer Fall Spring Total
Books & Supplies $615 $615 $615 $1,845
Health Insurance $1,580 $1,580 $1,580 $4,740
Room & Board $7,596 $7,596 $7,596 $22,788
Personal $1,432 $1,432 $1,432 $4,296
Transportation  $898 $898 $898 $2,694
Loan Fees (*Up to $2,547) $72* $72* $72* $216
Total Other Expenses: $12,328 $12,193 $12,193 $36,714
Grand Total:       $75,639
Potential Aid  
Stafford Unsubsidized Loan† $20,500
Emergency Funds/Federal Work Study/Other $7,000
Graduate Plus Loans/Alternative Loan $48,139
Total: $75,639

The estimated cost of the 9 semester DPT program (Institution Related Expenses) is $108,091.

Graduate students have a Stafford (Subsidized and Unsubsidized) aggregate borrowing limit of $138,500, including both undergraduate and graduate Stafford loan borrowing. You can see your previous borrowing history at National Student Loan Data System. The aggregate borrowing limit does not include Graduate Plus Loan borrowing.

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 will receive refunds during the first two weeks of class of each semester. It is your responsibility to have other funds available upfront for immediate living expenses and books.

Institution-Related Expenses: Summer Fall Spring Total
Tuition  $12,800 $12,800 $12,800 $38,400
Fees $385 $70 $70 $525
Total Institutional Expenses: $13,185 $12,870 $12,870 $38,925
Other Education-Related Expenses:

(Expenses will vary upon personal choice.)

Summer Fall Spring Total
Books & Supplies $615 $615 $615 $1,845
Health Insurance $1,580 $1,580 $1,580 $4,740
Room & Board $7,596 $7,596 $7,596 $22,788
Personal $1,432  $1,432  $1,432 $4,296
Transportation  $898  $898  $898 $2,694
Loan Fees (*Up to $2,805) $72* $72* $72* $216*
Exam Expenses $367 $317 $317 $1,001
Clinical Expenses $1,748 $1,748 $1,748 $5,244
Total Other Expenses: $14,308 $14,258 $14,258 $42,824
Grand Total:       $81,749
Potential Aid  
Stafford Unsubsidized Loan† $20,500
Emergency Funds/Federal Work Study/Other $7,000
Graduate Plus Loans/Alternative Loan $54,249
Total: $81,749

The estimated cost of the 9 semester DPT program (Institution Related Expenses) is $103,595.

Graduate students have a Stafford (Subsidized and Unsubsidized) aggregate borrowing limit of $138,500, including both undergraduate and graduate Stafford loan borrowing. You can see your previous borrowing history at National Student Loan Data System. The aggregate borrowing limit does not include Graduate Plus Loan borrowing.

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 will receive refunds during the first two weeks of class of each semester. It is your responsibility to have other funds available upfront for immediate living expenses and books.

Institution-Related Expenses: Summer Fall Spring Total
Tuition  $12,765 $12,765 $12,765 $38,295
Fees $385 $70 $70 $525
Total Institutional Expenses: $13,150 $12,835 $12,835 $38,820
Other Education-Related Expenses:

(Expenses will vary upon personal choice.)

Summer Fall Spring Total
Books & Supplies $615 $615 $615 $1,845
Health Insurance $1,580 $1,580 $1,580 $4,740
Room & Board  $7,596 $7,596 $7,596 $22,788
Personal  $1,432 $1,432 $1,432 $4,296
Transportation  $898 $898 $898 $2,694
Fieldwork Related Expenses $866 $866 $866 $2,598
Loan Fees (*Up to $2,646) $72* $72* $72* $216*
Total Other Expenses: $13,059 $13,059 $13,059 $39,177
Grand Total:       $77,997
Potential Aid  
Stafford Unsubsidized Loan† $20,500
Emergency Funds/Federal Work Study/Other $7,000
Graduate Plus Loans/Alternative Loan $50,497
Total: $74,820

The estimated cost of the 9 semester OTD program (Institution Related Expenses) is $107,772.

Graduate students have a Stafford (Subsidized and Unsubsidized) aggregate borrowing limit of $138,500, including both undergraduate and graduate Stafford loan borrowing. You can see your previous borrowing history at National Student Loan Data System. The aggregate borrowing limit does not include Graduate Plus Loan borrowing.

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 will receive refunds during the first two weeks of class of each semester. It is your responsibility to have other funds available upfront for immediate living expenses and books.

Institution-Related Expenses: Summer Fall Spring Total
Tuition  $12,765 $12,765 $12,765 $38,295
Fees $385 $70 $70 $525
Total Institutional Expenses: $13,150 $12,835 $12,835 $38,820
Other Education-Related Expenses:

(Expenses will vary upon personal choice.)

Summer Fall Spring Total
Books & Supplies $615 $615 $615 $1,845
Health Insurance $1,580 $1,580 $1,580 $4,740
Room & Board  $7,596 $7,596 $7,596 $22,788
Personal  $1,432 $1,432 $1,432 $4,296
Transportation  $898 $898 $898 $2,694
Loan Fees (*Up to $2,537) $72* $72* $72* $216*
Total Other Expenses: $12,193 $12,193 $12,193 $36,579
Grand Total:       $75,399
Potential Aid  
Stafford Unsubsidized Loan† $20,500
Emergency Funds/Federal Work Study/Other $7,000
Graduate Plus Loans/Alternative Loan $47,899
Total: $74,820

The estimated cost of the 9 semester OTD program (Institution Related Expenses) is $103,655.

Graduate students have a Stafford (Subsidized and Unsubsidized) aggregate borrowing limit of $138,500, including both undergraduate and graduate Stafford loan borrowing. You can see your previous borrowing history at National Student Loan Data System. The aggregate borrowing limit does not include Graduate Plus Loan borrowing.

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 will receive refunds during the first two weeks of class of each semester. It is your responsibility to have other funds available upfront for immediate living expenses and books.

Institution-Related Expenses: Per Semester
Tuition Estimate (Based on 6 credits @ $650) $3,900
Fees $70
Total Institutional Expenses: $3,970

Other Education-Related Expenses:

(Expenses will vary upon personal choice.)

Per Semester
Books & Supplies $615
Room & Board $7,596
Personal  $1,432
Transportation  $898
Loan Fees (*Up to $399) $72*
Total Education-Related Expenses: $10,613
Grand Total: $14,583
Potential Aid  Per Semester
Stafford Unsubsidized Loan† $6,833
Graduate Plus Loans/Alternative Loan $7,750
Total: $14,583

The estimated cost of the 10 semester Ed.D program (Institution Related Expenses only) is $38,115.

Graduate students have a Stafford (Subsidized and Unsubsidized) aggregate borrowing limit of $138,500, including both undergraduate and graduate Stafford loan borrowing. You can see your previous borrowing history at National Student Loan Data System. The aggregate borrowing limit does not include Graduate Plus Loan borrowing.

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 will receive refunds during the first two weeks of class of each semester. It is your responsibility to have other funds available upfront for immediate living expenses and books.

Institution-Related Expenses Summer Fall Spring Total
Tuition  $14,840 $14,840 $14,840 $44,520
Fees $385 $70 $70 $525
Total Institutional Expenses: $15,225 $14,910 $14,910 $45,045

Other Education-Related Expenses:

(Expenses will vary upon personal choice.)

Summer Fall Spring Total
Books & Supplies $615 $615 $615 $1,845
Health Insurance  $1,580 $1,580 $1,580 $4,740
Room & Board $7,596 $7,596 $7,596 $22,778
Personal  $1,432 $1,432 $1,432 $4,296
Transportation  $898 $898 $898 $2,694
Loan Fees (*Up to $3,074) $72* $72* $72* $216*
Rotation Expenses $2,058 $2,058 $2,058 $6,174
Exams $100 $100 $100

$300

Expenses Total: $14,351  $14,351   $14,351  

$43,053

Grand Total      

$88,098

Potential Aid   
Stafford Unsubsidized Loan† $20,500
Emergency Funds/Federal Work Study/Other $7,000
Graduate Plus Loans/Alternative Loan $60,598
Total: $88,098

The estimated cost of the 7 semester PA program (Institution Related Expenses) is $98,479.

Graduate students have a Stafford (Subsidized and Unsubsidized) aggregate borrowing limit of $138,500, including both undergraduate and graduate Stafford loan borrowing. You can see your previous borrowing history at National Student Loan Data System. The aggregate borrowing limit does not include Graduate Plus Loan borrowing.

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 will receive refunds during the first two weeks of class of each semester. It is your responsibility to have other funds available upfront for immediate living expenses and books.

Institution-Related Expenses Summer Total
Tuition  $14,840 $14,840
Fees $385 $385
Total Institutional Expenses: $15,225 $15,225

Other Education-Related Expenses:

(Expenses will vary upon personal choice.)

Summer Total
Books & Supplies $615 $615
Health Insurance  $1,580 $1,580
Room & Board $7,596 $7,596
Personal  $1,432 $1,432
Transportation  $898 $898
Exam $550 $550
Rotation Expenses $2,058 $2,058
Loan Fees (*Up to $624) $216* $216*
Total Other Expenses: $14,945 $14,945
Grand Total:   $30,170
Potential Aid   
Stafford Unsubsidized Loan† $20,500
Emergency Funds/Federal Work Study/Other $2,500
Graduate Plus Loans/Alternative Loan $7,170
Total: $31,280

The estimated cost of the 7 semester PA program (Institution Related Expenses) is $95,636.

Graduate students have a Stafford (Subsidized and Unsubsidized) aggregate borrowing limit of $138,500, including both undergraduate and graduate Stafford loan borrowing. You can see your previous borrowing history at National Student Loan Data System. The aggregate borrowing limit does not include Graduate Plus Loan borrowing.

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 will receive refunds during the first two weeks of class of each semester. It is your responsibility to have other funds available upfront for immediate living expenses and books.

Institution-Related Expenses Per semester
Tuition (based on 6 credits @ $415) $2,490
Fees $70
Total Institutional Expenses: $2,560

Other Education-Related Expenses:

(Expenses will vary upon personal choice.) 

  Per semester
Books & Supplies   $615
Room & Board   $7,596
Personal    $1,432
Transportation    $898
Loan Fees (*Up to $340)   $72*
Total Other Expenses:   $10,613
Grand Total:    $13,173
Potential Aid Per semester 
Stafford Unsubsidized Loan† $6,833
Graduate Plus Loans/Alternative Loan  $6,340
Total: $13,173

The estimated cost of the 6 semester CED program (Institution Related Expenses only) is $14,070 – $16,380.

Graduate students have a Stafford (Subsidized and Unsubsidized) aggregate borrowing limit of $138,500, including both undergraduate and graduate Stafford loan borrowing. You can see your previous borrowing history at National Student Loan Data System. The aggregate borrowing limit does not include Graduate Plus Loan borrowing.

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 will receive refunds during the first two weeks of class of each semester. It is your responsibility to have other funds available upfront for immediate living expenses and books.

Institution-Related Expenses: Per Semester
Tuition Estimate (Based on 11 credits @ $800) $8,800
Fees $70
Course Fee (DNPV 761, 763, 767) $750
Total Institutional Expenses: $9,620

Other Education-Related Expenses:

(Expenses will vary upon personal choice.)

Per Semester
Books & Supplies $615
Room & Board $7,596
Personal  $1,432
Transportation  $898
Loan Fees (*Up to $638) $72*
Total Education-Related Expenses: $10,613
Grand Total: $20,233
Potential Aid  Per Semester
Stafford Unsubsidized Loan† $6,833
Graduate Plus Loans/Alternative Loan $13,400
Total: $20,233

 The estimated cost of the 3 semester DNP program is $23,880 - $27,930. (Institution Related Expenses)

Graduate students have a Stafford (Subsidized and Unsubsidized) aggregate borrowing limit of $138,500, including both undergraduate and graduate Stafford loan borrowing. You can see your previous borrowing history at National Student Loan Data System. The aggregate borrowing limit does not include Graduate Plus Loan borrowing.

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 will receive refunds during the first two weeks of class of each semester. It is your responsibility to have other funds available upfront for immediate living expenses and books.

Institution-Related Expenses: Per Semester
Tuition Estimate (Based on 6 credits @ $800/credit) $4,800
Clinical Intensive Lab Fee, when applicable (I, II, III) $900
Fees $70
Total Institutional Expenses: $5,770

Other Education-Related Expenses

(Expenses will vary upon personal choice.)

Per Semester
Books & Supplies $615
Room & Board $7,596
Personal  $1,432
Transportation  $898
Loan Fees (*Up to $431) $72*
Total Education-Related Expenses: $10,613
Grand Total: $16,383

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Potential Aid: Per Semester
Stafford Unsubsidized Loan† $6,833
Graduate Plus loans/Alternative Loan $9,550
Total:

$16,383

The estimated cost of the 6-7 semester, 38-53 credit MSN program (Institution Related Expenses only) is $27,960 - $38,535.

Graduate students have a Stafford (Subsidized and Unsubsidized) aggregate borrowing limit of $138,500, including both undergraduate and graduate Stafford loan borrowing. The aggregated borrowing limit does not include Graduate Plus Loan borrowing.

Graduate students have a Stafford (Subsidized and Unsubsidized) aggregate borrowing limit of $138,500, including both undergraduate and graduate Stafford loan borrowing. You can see your previous borrowing history at National Student Loan Data System. The aggregate borrowing limit does not include Graduate Plus Loan borrowing.

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 will receive refunds during the first two weeks of class of each semester. It is your responsibility to have other funds available upfront for immediate living expenses and books

Institution-Related Expenses: Per Semester
Tuition Estimate (Based on 6 credits @ $800/credit) $4,800
Clinical Intensive Lab Fee, as applicable (I, II, III) $900
Fees $70
Total Institutional Expenses: $5,770

Other Education-Related Expenses:

(Expenses will vary upon personal choice.)

Per Semester
Books & Supplies  $615
Room & Board $7,596
Personal  $1,432
Transportation  $898
Loan Fees (*Up to $546) $72*

Total Education-Related Expenses: 

$10,613
Grand Total:  $16,479
Potential Aid Per Semester
Stafford Unsubsidized Loan† $6,833
Graduate Plus Loans/Alternative Loan (Up to) $9,646
Total: $16,383

The estimated cost of the 3-4 semester Post MSN Certificate program (Institution Related Expenses only) is $21,780 - $27,855.

Graduate students have a Stafford (Subsidized and Unsubsidized) aggregate borrowing limit of $138,500, including both undergraduate and graduate Stafford loan borrowing. The aggregated borrowing limit does not include Graduate Plus Loan borrowing.

Graduate students have a Stafford (Subsidized and Unsubsidized) aggregate borrowing limit of $138,500, including both undergraduate and graduate Stafford loan borrowing. You can see your previous borrowing history at National Student Loan Data System. The aggregate borrowing limit does not include Graduate Plus Loan borrowing.

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 will receive refunds during the first two weeks of class of each semester. It is your responsibility to have other funds available upfront for immediate living expenses and books.

Required Institutional Expenses Per Semester
Tuition (Based on 12 credits/semester @ $280/credit) $3,360
Fees  $70
Total Institutional Expenses:  $3,430

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Other Expenses:

(Expenses will vary based on personal choices)

Per Semester
Books & Supplies  $615
Room & Board  $7,596
Personal $1,432
Transportation  $898
Loan Fees (*Up to $44) $32*
Total Other: $10,573
Grand Total: $14,003
Potential Aid Independent Dependent
Subsidized Loan†† $1,833 $1,833
Unsubsidized Loan $2,333 $667
Parent Plus (Dependent Students Only) or Private Alternative Loan $9,837 $11,503
Total:  $14,003 $14,003

The estimated cost of the 3 semester RN-BSN program (Institution Related Expenses up to 36 credits) is $9,900.

Your subsidized loan eligibility might be adjusted based on your Expected Family Contribution (EFC), which is determined by the Department of Education. Loan borrowing limits may also be impacted if you received loans from another institution during the current academic year. Also, some students may qualify for Federal Grants (e.g., Pell Grants and Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant).

Review prior federal student loan borrowing history through the National Student Loan Data System. Aggregate lifetime loan limit is $31,000 for dependent undergraduate students and $57,500 for independent undergraduate students.

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 by posted due date located on the document. If no changes are necessary, please keep the document for your records.

Student Health Insurance

While enrolled at Touro Nevada, you are required to carry comprehensive health insurance. A policy is provided through Cigna, but spouse and/or children are not covered under this plan. Rates may change based on the year, but this cost will be mandatory. If you wish to opt out of the student health insurance plan, you may do so prior to a new term.

Student Health Insurance