PharmD Costs & Financial Aid

For students beginning in Fall 2017 as an incoming undergraduate freshman or transfer student, if you received the Wildcat Excellence scholarship (or other applicable scholarship) for your undergraduate education AND completed your degree in less than 8 (or 4 for transfer students) semesters, you can use the remaining applicable tuition merit award towards your PharmD tuition the following semester. Please contact the UA Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid directly to describe your situation and provide documentation from the PharmD program to get the accommodation..

The most complete and timely information about the cost of enrolling in the doctor of pharmacy program is available from the Bursar's Office of the University of Arizona.

2017-2018 PharmD tuition (includes tuition, program and mandatory fees) for in-state students is $26,262.10 per year (two semesters). PharmD tuition for out-of-state students is $46,212.10 per year. 2018-2019 PharmD program fees will increase by $750.
 

The College of Pharmacy administers a variety of scholarships available to students in the PharmD program. Typically, a majority of our students receive scholarships in some form. Student services staff sends students notices about applying for these scholarships. View a list of many of the college-managed scholarships.

For information on other sources of financial support, see:

IWPD iconApplicants following the International Pharmacist path to admission who are accepted into the PharmD program may be asked to complete and sign a financial review form showing they have the means to live in the United States. The University of Arizona Graduate College estimates that a student coming from outside of the United States to study in the PharmD program will need $60,000 or more a year to meet both living costs and the cost of the program. Students admitted through the International Pharmacist path also may not be eligible for financial aid commonly available to U.S. students.

 


 

International icon= Applies only to those using the International Pharmacist path to admission

 

Originally posted: August 29, 2013
Last updated: July 14, 2017
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