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Graduate Program Tuition & Financial Support

The following is the graduate school tuition schedule for the 2016-2017 academic year*:

All Graduate Programs (except below): $1,618 per credit (Note: Institutional support and fellowship opportunities are available.)
Masters in Public Health Program: $1,060 per credit
Masters in Physician Assistant Studies Program: $814 per credit plus $59 general fee per credit.  For detailed costs for the Masters in Physician Assistant Studies Program, please click here.
Post Professional DrOT, online: $1,106 per credit

*The University Administration reserves the right to make changes in tuition, fees and room and board charges.

This section of our website includes basic information to assist you in identifying additional financial assistance. New opportunities for funding are made available from a variety of sources throughout the year. Be sure to check with the Office of Financial Aid at 215.596.8894 for the most updated information about financial aid opportunities.

Tuition Payment Options

  • Students may remit payments to the cashier’s office in person or by mail, but have the convenience of making electronic payments to their tuition accounts 24 hours a day. Web payments may be made by credit card (American Express, MasterCard, or Discover) or by E-check (directly from checking account). Anyone who uses a credit card to pay a tuition account will be charged a non-refundable convenience fee equal to 2.5% of the transaction, all of which is retained by the processor and related banks that are providing the credit card service. The fee will pertain to any credit card payment made on a student account, whether by mail, phone, cashier’s office, or WebAdvisor (on-line option). E-check payments made on WebAdvisor will not be charged a convenience fee. To make an online payment, please visit Webadvisor or Payment Gateway
  • An interest-free installment plan may be set up for either a semester or for the full academic year for those planning to register for multiple semesters. Contact the student accounts office at 215.596.8860 to learn more about this option.
  • Reimbursement may be available from your employer. Contact your personnel or human resources department to see if you are entitled to reimbursement for tuition for coursework applicable to your job. The student accounts office is happy to help document your charges and payments in whatever manner your employer requires.

Refund Policy

For information about refunds after withdrawal or dismissal, please see our refunds file.