There is an additional fee of $559 per student per semester for the first four didactic semesters of the program and for $500 per student per semester for the final three clinical training semesters.
Tuition and fees are established by the Utah Board of Regents annually and are subject to change without notice.
Estimated TOTAL cost of tuition and fees for the 7-semester program are listed below, based on 2022-23 tuition rate (summer 2022–spring 2023), and subject to change:
|Non-resident qualifying for Utah residency after one year||**$102,319.40|
|Non-resident who does not acquire Utah residency||*$122,466.50|
View a per-semester tuition and fees breakdown.
*All University of Utah tuitions are assessed at the resident rate during summer semesters (the program spans three summers). Non-residents pay the non-resident tuition rate only during fall and spring semesters.
**Non-residents may qualify for residency status after the first year of study. View the residency policy.
Acceptance deposit of $1,000.00 is required, split into two payments: the first due at the time of acceptance, and the second due in mid-March. Acceptance deposits will be retained for distance education fees.
Due to the time commitment imposed by the program, employment during training is strongly discouraged.
Tuition Refund Policy
The University of Utah tuition refund policy may be viewed on the Financial and Business Service webpage.
For Federal financial aid, the annual priority-filing deadline is typically March 15th. Find the out a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) to apply. Some types of financial aid are credit-based, so it is recommended you obtain and review a copy of your credit report as early as possible. You may contact the University of Utah Financial Aid office for more information.
A financial aid presentation is also offered to candidates during in-person interviews.