Master of Physician Assistant
- Admission Requirements
- Clinical Experience Rotations
- Clinical Phase
- Course Descriptions
- Didactic Phase
- Employment Policy
- Financial Aid
- Learning Outcomes
- PA Moodle
- PANCE Scores (5 Year)
- Placement Opportunities
- Program Academic Calendar
- Selection Process
- First Summer Term – $7,623/term
- Fall Semester Tuition and fees – $15,654/semester
- Spring Semester Tuition and fees – $15,654/semester
- Summer Semester Tuition and fees – $15,654/semester
- Fall Clinical Semester Tuition and fees – $15,654/semester*
- Spring Clinical Semester Tuition and fees – $15,654/semester*
- Summer Clinical Semester Tuition and fees – $15,654/semester*
* Reflects tuition costs for cohort beginning July 2017. Tuition is subject to change for the three semesters of clinicals.
(Please Note: There is a $30 application processing fee for the CASPA application. No supplemental application is required.)
When a student withdraws before 60% of the semester elapses, the College must return to the Department of Education any unearned federal financial aid funds up to the unearned percentage of institutional charges for the portion of the period the student did not complete. Federal dollars that need to be returned will be applied in the following order: unsubsidized federal Stafford loan, subsidized federal Stafford loan, federal Perkins loan, federal PLUS loan, federal Pell grant, federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant, and Leveraging Educational Assistance Partnership program. The calculation of the return of these funds may result in the student owing a balance to either the College and/or the federal government.
If the student owes a balance to the College, the amount is due at the time of withdrawal. Arrangements for monthly payments may be set up if the student cannot pay the total amount. The student will not be able to validate his or her enrollment, attend future classes, or obtain transcripts or diplomas until the balance is either paid in full or satisfactory payment arrangements have been made. If the student owes an overpayment to the Department of Education, the College will report the amount owed to the Department of Education through the National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS). The student will not be eligible for future federal financial aid funds until payment arrangements have been set up with the Department of Education or until the overpayment has been paid in full.
The withdrawal calculation for those students receiving institutional assistance or those receiving no assistance, who withdraw from the College before they have completed 60% of the term, will be evaluated in the same manner as a student receiving federal financial aid.