Financial Aid Budget Information

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2013-2014 UW Medical Student Budget

This is the budget for any 1st - 4th year student attending medical school during the 2013-2014 year. Living with parents/relatives decreases room/board. 

1st Year (3 Quarters)

Resident Tuition *^
+ req. UPass (Excl. 1st yr regional)
  $30,186
+228
Books & Equipment  $2,436
Room & Board$14,076
Personal$2,265
Transportation
+ (1st yr regional get add'l $228)
$1,296
 Health Fee^^$150 
TOTAL$50,409

^Tuition may vary at regional WWAMI sites.
*Non-resident Tuition for 1st year: $59,175 (3 Quarters) ^^Starting in the 2011-2012 school year, incoming students pay a health fee annually.


2nd Year (3 Quarters)

Resident Tuition*
+ req. UPass
 $30,186
+228
Books, Supplies & step 1$2,559
Room & Board$14,076
Personal$2,265
Transportation
Health Fee^^
$1,503
$150
TOTAL$50,739

*Non-resident Tuition for 2nd year: $59,175 (3 Quarters)  ^^Starting in 2011-2012, students pay a health fee annually. 


3rd Year (4 Quarters)

Resident Tuition (Full-time)**
+ req. UPass 
   $39,267
+304
Books, step 2 cs & ck^    $3,005
Room & Board$18,768
Personal$3,020
Transportation
Health Fee^^
$2,884
$150
TOTAL$67,398

** Non-resident 3rd Year Tuition: $78,203 (4 Quarters)
^Step 2 costs are included in the Spring budget. ^^Starting in 2011-2012, students pay a health fee annually. 


 

4th Year (4 Quarters)

Resident Tuition (Full-time)**
+ req. UPass 
 $39,267
+304
Books$1,244
Room & Board$18,768
Personal$3,020
Transportation$2,884
TOTAL$65,487

**Non-resident 4th Year Tuition: $78,203 (4 Quarters)

2013-2014 University of Washington Tuition Rates

You can find the University Tuition and Credit Rates on the main UW website. Summer 2013 Tuition and Fees - Select link for appropriate year and scroll through PDFs until "Medical Professional (MD)" appears in the upper right corner. There are separate pages for Resident and Nonresident.

Autumn, Winter, Spring Tuition and Fees - Select the applicable items in the drop down menu: Academic Year (2013-2014), Quarter (Autumn, Winter or Spring), Campus (Seattle), Tuition Category (Medical Professional(MD)), Residency (Resident/Non-Resident).

Non-Resident Tuition (Non-WWAMI)

Out of region students (those who are not in one of the WWAMI states) may apply for residency status in Washington State after demonstrating a year of primary residency in Washington State. If a student is not approved for residency, they will continue to pay non-resident tuition.

VA Benefits

If you are a veteran eligible for VA benefits, you can find information specific to their office at the Veteran's Center

 

Budget Adjustments

The budget may be increased for computer (Laptop only)/pda (up to $3000), health insurance (student only), childcare or a dependent allowance. These costs may only be covered during the quarters students are enrolled, and may result in students needing the higher interest Graduate Plus loans. Forms are available in T-557, or e-mail somfao@uw.edu to request if off-site.

 

The budget cannot be increased to cover credit card debt, mortgage payments above room/board expenses already in budget, car payments, or costs related to applying to medical school or residency programs (application fees/interview costs/moving/travel).