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Just a stupid question real quick. What medical school has the cheapest tuition here in the USA for out of state folks? I know in state residents get much cheaper tuition most everywhere, just wondering about the out of state is all.
 

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not sure, but i'll guess it's all the UC ... cheap and high quality :thumbup:
 

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Uniformed Services.... $0

although you pay in other ways... :smuggrin:
 
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All of the Texas schools are cheap, like the third cheapest only to North Carolina and Puerto Rico, and they usually give in-state tuition to out-of-staters. Its relatively difficult to be accepted out-of-state though.
 

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It's all the UT's plus Baylor and Mayo
 

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the cheapest medical school is ECU. It is about $3000/year, although you have to be a NC resident to go there.
 

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vr4nut said:
All of the Texas schools are cheap, like the third cheapest only to North Carolina and Puerto Rico, and they usually give in-state tuition to out-of-staters. Its relatively difficult to be accepted out-of-state though.

I know many a person who moved to texas and worked for a year before attending med school. They got the in-state tuition and acceptance. The tuition is $6500 per year. Very nice.
 

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Krazed_Medic said:
Just a stupid question real quick. What medical school has the cheapest tuition here in the USA for out of state folks? I know in state residents get much cheaper tuition most everywhere, just wondering about the out of state is all.
According to MSAR, Mayo Medical School's tuition is $22,500, but since they only have 42 students a year, every last one of them gets a scholarship. It says that out of state people pay $11,250 in tuition. People from MN, FL or AZ pay $5,625.

Incidentally, this is one of my favorite schools.
 

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hilikus said:
I know many a person who moved to texas and worked for a year before attending med school. They got the in-state tuition and acceptance. The tuition is $6500 per year. Very nice.

Hey, you're playing my song. I moved to Texas b/c of the many options, great quality, and low costs of medical education.
 

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Krazed_Medic said:
Just a stupid question real quick. What medical school has the cheapest tuition here in the USA for out of state folks? I know in state residents get much cheaper tuition most everywhere, just wondering about the out of state is all.

I know of a really cheap med school called YoungFaithful's School of Physicians and Surgeons.

Tuitioin = $1000 per year. Just make checks payable to YoungFaithful.

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YoungFaithful said:
I know of a really cheap med school called YoungFaithful's School of Physicians and Surgeons.

Tuitioin = $1000 per year. Just make checks payable to YoungFaithful.

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hmmm, somehow, I think i'll pass on that one. :D :rolleyes:
 

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Umass isn't to expensive. But you they don't accept out of state applicants unless you are applying for md/phd.
 
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