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Tuition and Fees

Tuition and Fees

Tuition and Fees represented here are those of the currently enrolled student. Students enrolling for in classes that begin after January 1, 2017 have been made aware of an impending rate increase. The tuition and fees are for the January start can be found in the current enrollment agreement.

Estimated Tuition for the MSPA Degree

Per quarter: $9,400.00

Total: $84,600.00

Estimated Fees for the MSPA Degree

Acceptance Fee: $500.00
(Non-refundable/Applied to Tuition)

AAPA Student Membership Fee: $75.00
(One-time fee)

Professional Instruments: $1,000.00

Textbooks: $720.00
(Approximately $80.00 per Quarter enrolled)

Surgical Scrubs: $40.00

Graduation Fee: $125.00

Laptop Computer: $1,500.00

Typhon (clinical tracking software): one-time fee of $80.00

Background Check: $200.00
(one-time fee - approximate)

State Association Fees: $60.00 (optional)

Estimated Total for the MSPA Degree

Tuition and Fees: $88,400.00

Tuition and fees are subject to change. The tuition for in-state and out-of-state residents is the same. Acceptance fee is non-refundable and upon acceptance is applied toward the student’s tuition. If a student decides not to attend after accepting, the fee will not be refunded.

All students are required to have a laptop computer with wireless internet access for use in the multimedia classroom. Purchase of these items is not recommended prior to acceptance into the program because of these very specific requirements.

Payment of Tuition and Fees

All charges are due and payable on or before the registration date for each quarter. Circumstances which prevent a student from adhering to these dates should be discussed with the financial aid office. Students attending school under grants and/or loans should confer with the financial aid office concerning payment of fees. Students attending school under the G.I. Bill may discuss payment of school fees with the Director of Financial Aid. Failure to make proper payments, unless otherwise cleared with the financial aid office, will result in dismissal from the university. Grades will not be issued, degrees granted, or academic transcripts furnished until all financial obligations have been satisfied and all university property returned. For refund policies, please see the

Policies and procedures for student withdrawal, refunds of tuition and fees, policies that limit or prevent students from working during the program and policies and procedures for processing student grievances can be found in the