GNF8300

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I'm thinking about going to UMinn, and I was wondering if anybody going there had accurate out-of-state tuition numbers (non-reciprocity state)? On the D.D.S. Program website the link says it's ~$66-75k a year, but the packet they gave at the interview says ~$85k a year. Which one's legit? I've already sent an email to the financial aid office, but I probably won't hear back too soon, hence the post.
 

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I'm thinking about going to UMinn, and I was wondering if anybody going there had accurate out-of-state tuition numbers (non-reciprocity state)? On the D.D.S. Program website the link says it's ~$66-75k a year, but the packet they gave at the interview says ~$85k a year. Which one's legit? I've already sent an email to the financial aid office, but I probably won't hear back too soon, hence the post.
I love your business instinct of Minnesota vs. VCU :). Go to the website it's 65-74k/yr.
 
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I would go by what they say in the Interview packet, they handed it to you personally and talked about it.
 

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Minnesota's tuition will be 78k, 82k, 82.4k for the 2nd, 3rd and 4th year, respectively. Assuming tuition increases (as UMN stated) 5% a year.
 

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It was 5 or 6 percent, their new simulation lab might be worth the splurge :D
 

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I'm thinking about going to UMinn, and I was wondering if anybody going there had accurate out-of-state tuition numbers (non-reciprocity state)? On the D.D.S. Program website the link says it's ~$66-75k a year, but the packet they gave at the interview says ~$85k a year. Which one's legit? I've already sent an email to the financial aid office, but I probably won't hear back too soon, hence the post.
I am a D1 out of state student a UMn right now. The $85K number is the maximum amount of financial aid you can get and includes living expenses in addition to tuition/fees/books etc. I would call and talk to Rockne Bergman. He's the financial aid guru for the Health Sciences on campus and he has a great break down of everything. He was right on for me and very helpful in estimating the amount of $ I'd need since I was moving cross country. Good luck!
 

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I am a D1 out of state student a UMn right now. The $85K number is the maximum amount of financial aid you can get and includes living expenses in addition to tuition/fees/books etc. I would call and talk to Rockne Bergman. He's the financial aid guru for the Health Sciences on campus and he has a great break down of everything. He was right on for me and very helpful in estimating the amount of $ I'd need since I was moving cross country. Good luck!
Thanks. That makes me feel a little bit better. I remeber looking at the $18k for living expenses and thinking I'd be able to cut into that fairly substantially. Cross country from which direction by the way?
 
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