Financial Aid Budget Information

 ​​​​​​​2019-2020 UW Medical Student Financial Aid Budget Information

This is the basic​ budget for any current first- through fourth-year student attending the UW School of Medicine in Seattle during the 2019-2020 year. Living with parents/relatives decreases room/board. Students at the WWAMI regional sites outside of Washington will have varying tuition in years 1 and 2 based on their site.

1st Year (3 Quarters)

Resident Tuition
(with Upass)
   $37,887
  
Books                                         $2,436
Room & Board   $16,560
Personal   $2,265
Transportation
   $1,503
HSIP Fee​
BLS fee
   $81
   $50
TOTAL   $60,782
Non-resident 1st-year tuition: $68,082 (3 quarters)
  

 

2nd Year (4 Quarters)

Resident Tuition
(with Upass)
$43,595
Books (Step 1, Fall quarter)$1,982  
Room & Board$22,080
Personal$3,020
Transportation
$2,223
​HSIP Fee​
Med. Cert. Fee
​$108
$35
TOTAL $73,043
Non-resident 2nd-year tuition: $78,398 (4 quarters) 
 


3rd Year (4 Quarters)

Resident Tuition
(with Upass) 
$50,154
Books (Step 2, Fall quarter)  $3,167
Room & Board$22,080
Personal$3,020
Transportation
$2,884
​HSIP Fee​$108
TOTAL $81,413
Non-resident 3rd-year tuition: $90,776 (4 quarters)


 

4th Year (4 Quarters)

Resident Tuition
(with Upass)
$50,154
Books                                     $1,244
Room & Board$22,080
Personal$3,020
Transportation$2,884
​HSIP Fee
​$108
TOTAL $79,490
Non-resident 4th-year tuition: $90,776 (4 quarters)

 

University of Washington Tuition Rates

Summer,* Autumn, Winter, Sp​ring Tuition and Fees - quarterly tuition rates. Scroll down for the 'Medical' page in the PDF file. *(For Summer tuition and fees, scroll to the bottom of the web page.)

Gaining Residency Status (Non-WWAMI out of region students)

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 you in 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 if off-site, e-mail a request to  somfao@uw.edu.

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). If student expenses are less than what is in the budget, they are encouraged to take out less.