Duluth Student Budget

2020-21 Medical Student Budget Duluth

Year 1
(10.5 months)
Fall/Spring Summer (8 weeks)
Tuition $26,794
non-residents: $38,452
$13,397
non-residents: $19,226
Estimated Average Fees $1,308  $185
Books and Supplies $1,180 -
Room and Board $12,852 (average rent $1,083) $2,856
Transportation $856 $268
Loan Fees $420 $155
Personal/Miscellaneous $2,000 $444
Total:
Total cost for 3 semesters: $62,715
non-residents: $80,202

$45,410
non-residents: $57,608

$17,305
non-residents: $23,134

Year 2 Fall/Spring  
Tuition $26,268
non-residents: $37,698
 
Estimated Average Fees $1,318  
Books and Supplies $2,484  
Room and Board $12,852 (average rent $1,083)  
Transportation $942  
Loan Fees $420  
Personal/Miscellaneous $2,000  
Total: $46,284
non-residents: $57,714
 

Cost of Degree Tuition Policy provides for a guaranteed tuition rate for all four years of the medical school curriculum.  Once determined, your tuition cost per year will remain fixed until completion of your degree.

*Budgets may be increased for dependent childcare.

$1,400 computer loan is available, once school has started in August, bring in receipt and fill out a computer loan request form after first week of classes. Also, if you have to purchase AHC Health insurance, the cost of insurance will be added to your budget in the form of a loan, you will have to request the health insurance loan, and it will be added.

Candidates at the University of Minnesota Medical School Duluth who are interested in financial aid must submit:

  • Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) www.fafsa.ed.gov
  • FAFSA School Code: 002388

Financial Aid Awarded:

  • Over 98% of our medical students received financial aid in the form of loans and scholarships.

 

The Cost-of-Degree Tuition Policy provides a guaranteed tuition rate for all four years of the Medical School curriculum.

All fees are subject to change.

Budgets may be increased for dependent childcare.

If you have to purchase AHC Student Health Insurance, the cost of insurance will be added to your budget in the form of a loan. You must request the health insurance loan for it to be added.

*Note: Medical students from South Dakota are able to apply for tuition reciprocity. Students from Canada and other countries are considered non-residents. Learn more from the Office of Admissions website.

Contact

Dina Flaherty

Financial Aid, University of MN Medical School Duluth

218-726-6548

dflahert@d.umn.edu

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