Your Cost of Attending the College of Medicine in Erie

Your Cost of Attending the College of Medicine in Erie

2018-2019 COST OF EDUCATION
College of Medicine – Erie Campus
Fourth Year – Class of 2019

Tuition $33,620
Curriculum Fee $350
Technology Fee $300
Graduation Fee $250
E.R.A.S $494
Student Government (mandatory) $50
Disability Insurance (mandatory, variable/age dependent) $502
Health Insurance (mandatory) $3,468
Room (Rent, utilities) $11,160
Board (Food) $6,000
Books/Supplies $500
Transportation $3,767
Other $3,940
Loan Fees $1,238
Total  $65,639

Third Year – Class of 2020

Tuition $33,620
Curriculum Fee $350
Technology Fee $300
Graduation Fee $250
Student Government (mandatory) $50
Disability Insurance (mandatory, variable/age dependent) $502
Health Insurance (mandatory) $3,468
Room (Rent, utilities) $11,160
Board (Food) $6,000
Books/Supplies $500
Transportation $4,367
Other (includes COMLEX Levels 2-CE and 2-PE fees and 2-PE travel) $6,765
Loan Fees $1,360
Total  $68,692

Second Year – Class of 2021

Tuition $33,620
Curriculum Fee $350
Technology Fee $300
Graduation Fee $250
Student Government (mandatory) $50
Disability Insurance (mandatory, variable/age dependent) $502
Health Insurance (mandatory) $3,468
Room (Rent, utilities) $9,300
Board (Food) $5,000
e-Books/Supplies $1,385
Transportation $1,744
Other (includes fee for COMLEX Level 1) $4,060
Loan Fees $1,193
Total $61,222

First Year – Class of 2022

(Includes 1st year Primary Care Scholars (PCSP) and
1st year Accelerated Physician Assistant (APAP) Pathways)
Tuition $33,620
Curriculum Fee $350
Technology Fee $300
Graduation Fee $250
Student Government (mandatory) $50
Disability Insurance (mandatory, variable/age dependent) $502
Health Insurance (mandatory) $3,468
Room (Rent, utilities) $9,300
Board (Food) $5,000
Books (e-books)/Supplies $3,785
Transportation $1,744
Other $3,400
Loan Fees $1,266
Total $63,035

Primary Care Scholars Program (PCSP) and
Accelerated Physician Assistant (APAP) Pathways

Second Year 

Tuition $33,620
Curriculum Fee $350
Technology Fee $300
Graduation Fee $250
Student Government (mandatory) $50
Disability Insurance (mandatory, variable/age dependent) $502
Health Insurance (mandatory) $3,468
Room (Rent, utilities) $11,160
Board (Food) $6,000
Books/Supplies $ 1,385
Transportation $3,267
Other (includes fees for COMLEX Levels 1, 2-CE, 2-PE, and 2-PE travel) $6,765
Loan Fees $1,353
Total  $68,470
 

Primary Care Scholars Program (PCSP) and
Accelerated Physician Assistant (APAP) Pathways

Third Year

Tuition $33,620
Curriculum Fee $350
Technology Fee $300
Graduation Fee $250
E.R.A.S $494
Student Government (mandatory) $50
Disability Insurance (mandatory, variable/age dependent) $502
Health Insurance (mandatory) $3,468
Room (Rent, utilities) $11,160
Board (Food) $6,000
Books/Supplies $500
Transportation $4,367
Other $3,940
Loan Fees $1,262
Total  $66,263

The Cost of Education is subject to change without notice.

Students will be billed for mandatory disability insurance, health insurance and Student Government charge. The disability insurance is variable, age dependent. An estimated amount is listed above.

“Supplies,” for first-year students only, include allowances for the purchase of a computer and diagnostic medical equipment.

“Other” includes allowances for auto insurance, rental insurance, telephone, internet connection, and miscellaneous personal expenses. For second-year students only, an allowance for COMLEX-USA Level 1 fee is included. For second-year PCSP and APAP students only, allowances for COMLEX-USA Level 1 and 2-CE fees and COMLEX-USA Level 2-PE fee and 2-PE travel expenses are included. For third-year students in the four-year D.O. program only, allowances for COMLEX-USA Level 2-CE fee and COMLEX-USA Level 2-PE fee and 2-PE travel expenses are included.

The Cost of Education represents average costs and may not always meet the student’s full financial responsibilities. Total loan amounts borrowed and scholarships awarded from all sources cannot exceed the Cost of Education.

Financial Aid is available only for the months the student is enrolled, so students should plan accordingly.

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