New York Medical College

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Budgets

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Graduate School of Basic Medical Sciences

Continuing Student or Newly Accepted Student in another Basic Medical Sciences Program in the School of Basic Medical Sciences

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For Basic Medical Sciences  

Academic  Year 2014-2015 Fall and Spring

8 credits is considered Full-Time

 

Full-Time,  On Campus

(Projected as of 05/09/2014 and subject to change at any time)

Tuition
$975 per credit
Entrance Fee
100
Fees
80
General Services Fees
50
Telecommunication Fee
400
Books & Supplies
2,204
Food
3,928
Housing
8,086
Transportation
1,600
Miscellaneous
3,400
TOTAL (Tuition not included)
19,748

Total does not include the Entrance Fee

 

 Full-Time,  Off Campus

(Projected as of 05/09/2014 and subject to change at any time)

Tuition
$975 per credit
Entrance Fee
100
Fees
80
General Services Fees
50
Books & Supplies
2,204
Food
3,928
Housing
11,852
Utilities
1,378
Transportation
2,800
Miscellaneous
3,400
TOTAL (Tuition not included)
25,692

Total does not include the Entrance Fee

 

For Basic Medical Sciences 

Academic Year 2014-2015  Fall and Spring

4 to 7 credits is considered Part-Time

                                                                                    

Part-Time,  On Campus

(Projected as of 05/09/2014 and subject to change at any time)   

Tuition
$975 per credit
Entrance Fee
100
Fees
80
General Services Fees
50
Telecommunication Fee
400
Books & Supplies
1,102
Food
1,964
Housing
4,044
Transportation
800
Miscellaneous
1,700
TOTAL (Tuition not included)
10,140

Total does not include the Entrance Fee

 

Part-Time,  Off Campus

(Projected as of 05/09/2014 and subject to change at any time)   

Tuition
$975 per credit
Entrance Fee
100
Fees
80
General Services Fees
50
Books & Supplies
1,102
Food
1,964
Housing
5,926
Utilities
690
Transportation
1,400
Miscellaneous
1,700
TOTAL (Tuition not included)
12,912

Total does not include the Entrance Fee

 

Once the specific On or Off Campus TOTAL budget has been met, no additional funds will be available

Your current outstanding consumer debt CANNOT be included in the budget 

 

Page Updated: May 9, 2014