Tuition and Financial Aid

Tuition rates are subject to change without notice.

Undergraduate (Associates, BSHS, Post Baccalaureate Certificate Programs)

Current tuition for all Health Science programs can be found on the GW Student Accounts Office at the bottom of the Undergraduate Tuition page. Click on the School of Medicine & Health Sciences PDF link. Undergraduate tuition information is located directly above the Fees heading.

Active Duty Military

For active duty military personal the tuition rate is $250 per credit hour. Each Health Sciences program admission page outlines eligibility criteria and required documentation.

Undergraduate Dual Degree Programs (BSHS/MSHS)

The undergraduate rate applies for the three MSHS courses taken at the undergraduate level: however, the remaining MSHS courses are charged at the standard graduate rate.

Graduate (MSHS, Graduate Certificate, Doctoral Programs)*

Current tuition for all Health Science graduate programs can be found on the GW Student Accounts Office on the Graduate Tuition page. Click on the School of Medicine & Health Sciences PDF link.

*This does not include the Clinical & Translational On-Campus cohort program

MSHS in Clinical & Translational Research – On-Campus Cohort

The tuition for the 2016-2017 academic year is $1,500 per credit hour.

Specialist in Blood Banking Review Course

The cost is $1,000.

Fees

Each registered semester, students are assessed a flat $35 registration fee. Leave of Absence and Continuous Enrollment are considered registration activity and require payment of the registration fee.

Students in online programs do not pay the Student Association Fee.

Costs of textbooks are not included in tuition. Students should budget for textbook costs each semester.

Student Aid

If you wish to apply for federal loans, you must submit the Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the academic year. In addition to the FAFSA, you may be required to submit supplementary documentation for federal and private loans. Please be advised, students who receive financial assistance must adhere to the Satisfactory academic Progress (SAP) requirements. For more information, please contact the Office of Student Financial Assistance.

Please note that students completing a Graduate Certificate are not eligible for financial aid.