|TUITION AND FEES (2014-2015 Academic Year)
Tuition and fees are payable at the time of registration.
They are subject to change and may be changed without notice.
(Doctoral / Full-Time)
New Jersey residents*
|Tuition Per Credit
(All other students / Full or Part-Time)
New Jersey residents*
|Late Registration Fee
|Student Health Insurance Fee
(annual charge for single student)**
Thesis Phase Fee
(Doctoral Students in their 5th year and beyond)
|M.S. Thesis Continuation Fee
|Maintaining Matriculation Fee
CIHA Summer Course Fee
Medical Physiology Course Fee
|General Service Fee
||$175.00 per semester
||$65.00 per year
||$10.00 per semester
|| $65 (regular deadline) OR $110 (late rate deadline)
Ph.D. students can expect to receive a stipend of $28,455/year, tuition remission and paid health insurance.
* Residency for tuition purposes is established at the time of admission.
** Matriculated full-time students must have health insurance coverage, either through the University plan or with a private carrier. Coverage for dependents and maternity benefits may be obtained through the University plan.
POLICY ON TUITION AND FEES
Tuition and fees for each semester are payable in
Tuition Installment Plan: Matriculated students may make arrangements with the Bursar’s Office (856-256-4150 or firstname.lastname@example.org) to enroll in an installment payment plan. The fee for the installment plan is $30.00.
Financial Aid Programs
Financial aid is usually provided by or through
federal and state agencies, foundations, corporations,
and the University. Grants are regarded as "gift"
assistance and need not be repaid, although they
may carry certain provisions. Loans that are offered
can be repaid over an extended period after the
student graduates. Where aid is offered in the
form of a job, the student is paid an hourly rate
for work actually performed.
Financial aid is awarded on the basis of "financial
need" as determined by federal guidelines.
The University expects that students and their
families will contribute to the fullest of their
ability to meet educational expenses. Students
who feel that they will be in need of assistance
should request information and applications from
the University-wide Financial Aid Office as soon
as accepted for admission.
All students receiving financial aid must maintain
Satisfactory Academic Progress as defined by the
Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences: http://www.rowan.edu/som/gsbstrat/GSBSPolicies.htm.