The most complete and timely information about the cost of taking undergraduate courses at the University of Arizona in preparation for entering the UA College of Pharmacy is available from the Bursar's Office. Visit the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid for tuition and Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) information.
PharmD Tuition and Fees
2019-2020 PharmD tuition, program and mandatory fees: $27,400.00 (annually)
2019-2020 PharmD tuition, program and mandatory fees: $47,600.00 (annually)
Beginning fall 2020 - once admitted to the College of Pharmacy, you must have 59 units of college coursework completed by June 1 of the admission year and have a 2.5 minimum cumulative GPA.
A minimum of 90 units is required by June 1st of the admission year for full Federal Direct Loan/financial aid eligibility. This may include AP, IB and CLEP units.
Per federal regulations, students must have completed a Bachelor's Degree or at least 90 college-level units in order to be eligible for professional-level loans. Students are encouraged to submit all transcripts directly to PharmCAS for review during the application process. Students who have not yet completed at least 90 college-level units will be eligible for Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan funding based on the following:
0-29 units completed - $9,500
30-59 units completed - $10,500
60-89 units completed - $12,500
Visit the UA Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid page for more information regarding the Federal Direct Loan Limits.
Students with the Wildcat Excellence Scholarship
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 (OFSA) directly to describe your situation and provide documentation from the PharmD program to get the accommodation. If you email OFSA, mention you are a "Pharmacy Student" in the message.