The cost of enrollment for the program will be as follows:
School year 2020-2021 Four thousand dollars and five hundred dollars ($4500) per year or eight thousand dollars and four hundred dollars ($8400) for the program.
School year 2021-2022 Four thousand dollars and five hundred dollars ($4500) per year or eight thousand dollars and four hundred dollars ($8400) for the program
The tuition covers academic expenses, laboratory fees and clinical fees. The cost of tuition is subject to change. Tuition must be paid by July 31st of each year for the student to be in good standing.
Cost of the textbooks is the responsibility of the student. A book list will be provided directly from our distributor after the initial $250.00 deposit has been received. It is the student’s responsibility to contact the publisher and order the appropriate texts. Books are purchased at the beginning of the program and will carry the student through the entire program. All books must be purchased and in the students possession prior to the first day of classes.
The cost of the books may vary yearly based on the publisher’s prices, however, the anticipated price range for all of the Programs text is approximately $1,000.00.
Each student is entitled to a full or partial tuition refund depending on the date of withdrawal from school. The official date of withdrawal will be the day the student notifies the Educational Director in writing.
If a student withdraws from the program the following refund schedule will be followed:
- Within the first week of the program – 100% refund
- Within the second week of the program – 50% refund
- Within the third week of the program – 0% refund
In an effort to keep cost to a minimum and due to the size of the program UPMC Chautauqua School of Radiology DOES NOT PARTICIPATE IN ANY FEDERAL OR STATE STUDENT LOAN / GRANT PROGRAMS.
In place of our non-participation in state and federal student loan / grant programs the Fiscal Department has instituted a payment plan / loan program to lessen the burden on the student. Payments are set up on a ten (10) month amortization schedule for each program year. The interest on the payment plan / loan program is the prime rate plus two percent (2%) according to the most recent Wall Street Journal report. Payments are due the first of each month.
Any student, who is delinquent in the loan payments at the end of a semester, will not be permitted to continue in the program. Any student owing the hospital money at the end of the training period will not be eligible for graduation until the debt is paid.
Other Student Expense Responsibilities
- Housing and meals
- Uniforms and Lab Coat
- Pre-entry physical
- Medical Insurance
- Liability Insurance
- Registry examination /licensure fee (approximately $300)