How much does the program cost?

Tuition and Fees

Tuition rates and program fees are established by the Arizona Board of Regents (ABOR). The following are estimates for Academic Year 2017-2018 and 2018-2019* and may differ from the actual charges.
Additional expenses are estimates and designed for you to calculate the total cost of attending the Northern Arizona University Physician Assistant program

Resident: 


 Fall 2017 and Spring
2018 
Summer 2018 (estimated)Fall 2018 and Spring 2019 (estimated)Summer 2019 (estimated)Total
Program Costs (estimated)
Tuition$9,240     $7,104$9,240$7,104$32,688
Fees$9,334$4,667$9,334$4,667$28,002
Student Fees$412$207$412$207$1,238
Total$18,986$11,978$18,986$11,978$61,928



Non-resident: 

 Fall 2017 and Spring 2018  Summer 2018 (estimated)Fall 2018 and Spring
2019 (estimated)
Summer 2019 (estimated)Total Program Costs (estimated)
Tuition$21,588     $7,104$21,588$7,104$57,384
Fees$9,334$4,667$9,334$4,667$28,002
Student Fees$412$207$412$207$1,238
Total$31,334$11,978$31,334$11,978$86,624


*Summer and Fall semesters 2018 and Spring and Summer semesters 2019 tuition and student fees have not yet been determined. Summer 2018 resident and non-resident tuition and fees are estimated to be $12,800.

Estimate of other costs for two years

 Total
Books/Equipment$3,000
Cost of housing$20,100
Board$9,702
Transportation costs  $9,060  
Personal$6,360
Total     $48,222

Estimated total cost for the 2 year program is: 

Arizona Resident: $61,928 tuition and fees + $48,222 other expenses = $110,150
Non-resident: $86,624 tuition and fees + $48,222 other expenses = $134,846

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