Cost of Attendance (COA) figures at UNTHSC include required fixed costs such as tuition, fees, books, and supplies. COA also includes allowances for living expenses such as room, board, transportation, and personal expenses. The COA is determined by the most accurate and up to date information at that time, and some figures can change to increase/decrease the listed amount. The costs have been broken down into the various programs and schools within the university.
These are estimates only. To help determine your budget, you can view this link for Tuition and Fees.
|Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine||Physician Assistant Studies||Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences||School of Public Health||Doctor of Physical Therapy||UNT System College of Pharmacy|
|Years 1-4||Years 1-3||Masters, PhD, and MS Medical Sciences||Masters, PhD/DrPH, and Online Only||Years 1-3||Years 1-4|
SUMMER 2016/FALL 2016/SPRING 2017 INFORMATION
- We will need the 2016-2017 FAFSA for the above listed terms
The amounts above are based on full-time enrollment. If you are not enrolled at least full-time, you will be assigned a half-time COA. The COA will be reviewed on the disbursement date. Students who enroll full-time after receiving a half-time budget must notify the Financial Aid Office to increase their COA. Most financial aid requires that students are enrolled at least half-time. Please see the enrollment requirements below:
T.C.O.M., D.P.T. ,P.A. and S.C.P. – Students enrolled in these programs are considered Full–time by the FAO and the Registrar’s Office.
|Summer||6 semester hours||3 semester hours|
|Fall/Spring||9 hours per semester||5 hours per semester|
Students working on a thesis, dissertation or professional report can also be considered Full-time.
|Summer||6 semester hours||3 Semester hours|
|Fall/Spring||12 hours per semester||5 hours per semester|
Average Debt Amounts Incurred by Graduates
These numbers reflect the average total amount of federal loan debt our students acquire while finishing their programs of study at UNTHSC. It does not include private or alternative lending nor is it intended to be a guideline for what you will need to borrow to finance your education at our institution. The decision of how much one borrows should be made on an individual level with the assistance of your financial aid counselor.
- DO – $137,034
- PA – $74,964
- GSBS – $33,558
- SPH – $45,682
- DPT – $70,518
U.S. Department of Education Cohort
These numbers indicate the percentage of our students that have defaulted on their federal student loans in recent years.
2012 3 yr default
|2011 3 yr default||3.1%|
|2011 2 yr default||1.3%|
|2010 3 yr default||2.0 %|
|2010 2 yr default||1.5%|
|2009 3 yr default||0.4%|
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