The School of Medicine is a privately-owned institution. As such, state residency is not a determinant in tuition rates. 

Additional funds will be needed for off-campus living.

International student tuition and fees are the same as domestic student tuition and fees.

Medical school funding sources include an applicant’s education savings; contributions from family members, friends, church, employer, etc.; private scholarships the applicant has applied for and been selected to receive; federal grants/loans such as Federal Direct Subsidized and Unsubsidized Loans; National Health Service Corps scholarships; United States Armed Forces scholarships (service commitment requirement); institutional grants/loans; and private student loans. An online search for medical student scholarships may also be of value. There is limited, if any, financial aid available through the school.

Please visit the Office of Financial Aid and AAMC for more information on financing medical education.