Medical School Tuition & Fees - 2020-2021

To qualify for scholarships for the January 2021 term, please apply by December 15.


Premedical Sciences

Seat Deposit: Applied towards your tuition (Non-refundable)500
Term I-IV – Per Term4867

Doctor of Medicine (M.D.)

Basic Sciences
Seat Deposit: Applied towards your tuition (Non-refundable)500
Term I-V – Per Term9867
Integrated Review of the Basic Sciences
Term VI9000
Clinical Sciences
Term I-IV – Per Term12271
Per Week – Only applicable to students who are completing the clinical rotations for more than four terms (two years)682
Malpractice insurance (Clinical Sciences) – Annual1000

Academic Fees (non-refundable)

Student Services (All students):

  • Support services for all students – Per Term
Shelf Examinations – Per Term125

  • Cost of the diploma, mailing fees, and other administrative expenses associated with graduation and postgraduation services
Leave of Absence500
Registration only: Students requiring time to study for board examinations must remain registered1500
Readmission: Students who are away for a term or more1000
Deferral of admission100
Notarization of official documents50
Academic certifications20

Tuition and fees do not include accommodations, books, or school supplies.

Tuition and fees are subject to change without prior notice as deemed appropriate by the institution.

Tuition Refund Policy

Students withdrawing from UHSA are required to first submit in writing, a formal letter to the Dean for the School of Medicine requesting withdrawal from the program, including a reason for withdrawal. Students officially withdrawing from the UHSA will be credited for tuition and refundable fees in accordance with the following schedule. Applies once classes have started:

Week 180%
Week 260%
Week 340%
Week 410%

No refunds are issued after the 4th week. UHSA reserves the right to change its tuition and adjust fees or establish additional fees at any time without prior notice.

Past Due Accounts

Both registered and non-registered student accounts are sent to a university designated collections agency when collection efforts through the normal billing process have failed and any of the following occurs:

  • An account becomes seriously past due (more than 120 days)
  • A significant past due balance has accumulated
  • The billing address is determined to be non-deliverable
  • Other conditions that may affect account collection

Once an account is forwarded to collections, it is considered delinquent. Students are responsible for paying all collection costs including court costs and attorneys’ fees. If your account has been referred to the university’s designated collection agent, please contact them immediately to make payment arrangements. The longer you wait, the higher the risk of tarnishing your credit rating and being subjected to further enforcement proceedings.

Payments must be made directly to the collection agency. If you pay the collection agency directly, they will automatically notify us of your payments. Failure to respond to the collection agency and make the required payments may result in additional legal and service fees. Further, the account may be reported to the appropriate credit bureaus, which will negatively impact the ability to obtain future credit.

After a student account becomes delinquent, a Bursar collection hold is placed on the account preventing enrollment, obtaining transcripts, or charging other services to the account.

If your account is in collections and you wish to contact the collections agency to discuss payment options, you can reach them by visiting:

Financial Aid Options

Fund your education through student loan programs, and medical school financial aid options.

Grants & Scholarships

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