Tuition & Fees (Standard A3.14f)

We work hard to keep our tuition affordable and our financial aid counselors are available to go over your financial aid options. Use the Net Price Calculator to help determine the total cost of attendance. 

Estimated total program cost for incoming students, based on tuition and fees for the 2018-2019 academic year, would be $119,582.*

2018-2019 Tuition and Fees are:

BS/MS Tuition-Full-Time (each of 3 trimesters)    
Incoming students   $14,830
Returning students   $14,410 
BS/MS - Per Credit charge    
*Incoming students   $1,240 
**Returning students   $1,205
Tuition deposit (non-refundable, applied to 1st semester tuition) $1,500
Administrative Fee, per semester (Fall, Spring, Summer) $100
Malpractice Insurance fee, per semester   $30
Laboratory fee, per semester (Fall, Spring, Summer) $425
Membership fee, per semester (NYSSPA & AAPA) (Fall, Spring) $75
Graduation fee (with final semester registration) $200
Clinical Site Fee (Fall, Spring, Summer) $1,250
Occupational Medicine Fee (Fall, Spring, Summer) $135

Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Fee, Incoming students only

(One Time Fee) $1,117
Technology Fee (Fall and Spring) $100
Late registration fee   $50
Returned check fee   $40
Stop payment fee   $50
Official transcript fee   $10
Application fee   $25


Professional Expenses

Personal expenses for books, travel, housing, food, uniforms, supplies, and other items vary greatly from individual to individual. All students are required to carry health insurance, and cover the cost of background checks performed by clinical affiliation sites. Students are encouraged to meet with a financial aid counselor early in the application process to plan for these expenses.

A breakdown of estimated professional expenses is as follows:

Medical supplies (including lab coat) $975 (1st semester)
Background check $90 (required 1st semester)
Books $2,500 (total of 2 years)

* The Board of Trustees of Touro College reserves the right to change tuition and fees without prior written notice.


Students wishing to withdraw from the College must contact the PA Program. On approved applications and when withdrawing from ALL classes, you can find the withdrawal credit schedule on the bursar's webpage.

Please note that, when a student in receipt of Title IV funds withdraws from school, a Federal recalculation takes place. You may obtain a copy of these regulations from the Financial Aid office. If the student has not paid full tuition and fees for the term in which the withdrawal takes place, he or shemust pay the proportionate amount noted above before leaving the College. In cases of academic dismissal, tuition paid in advance for the term immediately following the dismissal date will be 100% refundable.