2006-2007 Cost of Education
Class of 2008
Third Year (11 month budget)
Tuition (Florida Resident) $25,000
Tuition (Out of state) $26,000
Curriculum Fee $300
Technical Fee $300
Graduation Fee $250
Student Activity Fee $50
Disability Insurance Fee* ~ $320
Room (Rent, utilities) $9,570
Board (Food) $4,400
Other ** $4,700
Out of State $49,290
Florida Resident $48,290
Annual tuition and fees for the University of Appalachia College of Pharmacy will be $30,300 for the 2008-2009 academic year. Required textbooks will cost approximately $1,000 per year.
Tuition and Fees Schedule for 2008-2009
Standard Fee Amount
Student Activities Fee1 $367
Student Government Fee2 $70
Clerkship/Practicum Fee3 $780
Technology Fee4 $783
Total Tuition and Fees $30,300
Admission Application Fee5 $100
Seat Deposit6 $1,000
1The Student Activities Fee covers costs related to student membership in professional pharmacy organizations and other costs, such as those relating to graduation, university-sponsored events, and mission-focused student activities.
2The Student Government Fee covers costs associated with student government-sponsored activities.
3The Clerkship/Practicum Fee covers costs associated with experiential training at clerkships sites.
4The Technology Fee covers costs associated with providing networking and equipment for students.
5Applicants must pay a supplemental application processing fee of $100. This fee is non-refundable, and is addition to fees paid directly to PharmCAS.
6Students offered admission have 10 working days to notify UACP, in writing, whether they wish to have a place reserved in the class. The student's written acceptance of UACP's offer must be accompanied by a check or money order for $1,000, payable to UACP, to reserve a seat in the class. This money will be credited to the first semester's tuition for the first year of enrollment. This fee is refundable up to $500 for requests received prior to June 1.
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