Tuition, Fees, and Registration
Post-baccalaureate premedical students pay the University College tuition for courses taken during the evening, and a prorated portion of the full-time day tuition for courses taken during the day. Students must pay in full prior to being registered. Learn more about payment options.
Post-baccalaureate premedical students register for all courses, day or evening, through University College.
Below is an example of the cost of attendance per semester.
|Introductory level courses||Upper level science courses|
|Tuition: $850 per unit (x9 units)||$7,650||Tuition: $895 per unit (x 9 units)||$8,055|
|Loans (out of pocket)||$6,350||$6,755|
* Estimated cost based on 2016-17 tuition costs and full-time enrollment.
Students who are admitted to the Post-Baccalaureate Premedical Program and registered for at least one course are eligible for financial assistance for the length of the program (up to three years), provided they meet satisfactory academic progress standards. Financial aid awards will be calculated at the graduate funding level.
All students in the Post-Baccalaureate Premedical Program are automatically enrolled in Washington University's basic student health insurance plan unless proof of comparable coverage is provided. Additionally, the policy may be purchased for dependents. The 2017-2018 annual student cost for this policy is $1,630 and the deadline to waive out of the plan is September 5, 2017. All students in the Post-Baccalaureate Premedical Program will be charged a Health and Wellness fee of $187.50 per semester each fall and spring, regardless of the health insurance plan they have.
Students admitted to the Post-Baccalaureate Premedical Studies program who take a medical leave of absence must do so according to the requirements and procedures of Washington University Student Health Services. A student may take no more than two semesters of medical leave of absence from the Post-Baccalaureate Premedical Studies program. A written statement from Student Health Services concerning readiness to return, along with the student's written request for reinstatement, is required in order to be eligible for reinstatement to the program.
For more information on the current student health insurance policy, medical leave policy and procedures, or about waving the health insurance coverage, please visit the Student Health Services website.
Post-baccalaureate premedical students may have access to off-campus Washington University housing on a space-available basis. If you are interested in housing, please contact Quadrangle Housing, (800) 874-4330, (314) 935-9511 or visit the Quadrangle website.