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Discussion in 'Pre-Pharmacy' started by del, Nov 30, 2008.

  1. del

    del
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    i got accepted into LECOM-BRADENTON and UACP. I was wandering which one is cheaper as far as tuition and boarding is concerned.....
     
  2. UNMorBUST

    UNMorBUST Mystery Man
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    Bradenton
    2006-2007 Cost of Education
    Class of 2010
    First Year (10 month budget)

    Tuition (Florida Resident)$25,000Tuition (Out of State)$26,000Curriculum Fee $300Technical Fee $300Graduation Fee $250Student Activity Fee$50Disability Insurance Fee* ~ $320 Room (Rent, utilities) $8,700Board (Food) $4,000Books/Supplies $1,950Computer $2000 Diagnostic Medical Equipment $950Transportation $2,000Other ** $4,600Total Out of State$51,420 Florida Resident $50,420

    UACP



    Tuition
    $28,300Student Activities Fee1$367Student Government Fee2$70Clerkship/Practicum Fee3$780Technology Fee4$783Total Tuition and Fees$30,300 Additional Fees Admission Application Fee5$100Seat Deposit6$1,000
     
  3. 161927

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    LECOM Bradenton Cost Of Education

    Bradenton
    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
    Books/Supplies $500
    Transportation $2,900
    Other ** $4,700
    Total
    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
    Tuition $28,300
    Student Activities Fee1 $367
    Student Government Fee2 $70
    Clerkship/Practicum Fee3 $780
    Technology Fee4 $783
    Total Tuition and Fees $30,300

    Additional Fees
    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.
     
  4. aboveliquidice

    aboveliquidice No sacrifice - No victory
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    Congrats on your acceptances... It is a good feeling to be choosing which school you want to go to (instead of the other way around).

    As to your question - you may want to consider more info before deciding which school to attend. On a long enough timeline - cost is a very minor issue. Education atmosphere, types of students, instructors, city, curriculum should all be included in your decision.

    Take your time and investigate each school individually. People on this forum will no doubt have opinions - but it is your sentiments that truly matter.

    Utilize the search function to seek out current students of each program - that is always a good place to start.

    Let us know if you need any help.

    ~above~
     
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