Cost of Attendance for Touro University California

Your budget is the estimated average and reasonable cost of completing an academic year at Touro University California. Your budget serves as the foundation for determining your financial need as well as the amount of qualified aid, including federal loans and scholarships, that can be offered to you.  Cost of attendance includes two parts.  The first part are Direct Costs. Direct costs are charged by TUC and include tuition and fees. The second part are Indirect Costs. Indirect costs are established through student surveys and other research and may include the components below:

  • Books and supplies (Required and recommended books/supplies)
  • Room and board
  • Personal costs
  • Transportation costs

Health insurance TUC mandates participation in the Touro University Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP), unless the student is approved to be waived out of the program. Student wishing to apply to waive the SHIP must have health insurance that meets the specified waiver criteria. Contact the Office of the Bursar for more information.

 Budgeting Tools

Budget Worksheet / Calculator (From GradSense) You can use the loans total from the COA list from your program under Step One of the calculator.  The other figures will help you determine your annual budget need.

Budget Worksheet / Calculator (From The Muse) Similar information in a different format depending on your style preference.

If you have dependent care, medical expenses or financial emergencies, you may be able to petition for a COA adjustment.  Please see our FAQ's for more information. 

 

*** 2019-2020 Budgets/COA will be available in late spring. ***


2018 - 2019 Budgets

(Cost for 2018 - 2019 are Estimates and not final)

College of Osteopathic Medicine

COM - 1st - 4th Year

College of Pharmacy

COP - 1st - 4th Year

Joint MSPAS/MPH Program

CEHS – 1st - 3rd Year

Public Health Program

MPH - 1st Year (Summer Start)
MPH – 1st Year (Fall Start)

Dually enrolled MPH and College of Medicine or College of Pharmacy students, request a Cost of Attendance at finaid@tu.edu.

Masters in Health Science 

MSMHS – 1st Year

Graduate School of Education

GSOE 8 Month (12 Credit) Credential
GSOE 10 Month (18 Credit) Credential

GSOE 8 Month (12 Credit) Masters
GSOE 10 Month (18 Credit) Masters

School of Nursing

Nursing - 1st Year
Nursing - 2nd Year

Doctor of Nursing

Doctor of Nursing

 


2017 - 2018 Budgets

(Cost for 2017 - 2018 are Estimates and not final)

College of Osteopathic Medicine

COM 2021 – 1st Year
COM 2020 – 2nd Year
COM 2019 – 3rd Year
COM 2018 – 4th Year

College of Pharmacy

COP 2021 – 1st Year
COP 2020 – 2nd Year
COP 2019 – 3rd Year (Summer Start)
COP 2019 – 3rd Year (Fall Start)
COP 2018 – 4th Year

Joint MSPAS/MPH Program

CEHS 2020 – 1st Year
CEHS 2019 – 2nd Year
CEHS 2018– 3rd Year

Public Health Program

MPH - 1st Year (Summer Start)
MPH – 1st Year (Fall Start)

Masters in Health Science 

MSMHS – 1st Year
MSMHS-PS - 1st Year  

Graduate School of Education

GSOE 8 Month (12 Credit) Credential
GSOE 10 Month (18 Credit) Credential

GSOE 8 Month (12 Credit) Masters
GSOE 10 Month (18 Credit) Masters

School of Nursing

Nursing - 1st Year (Fall Start)
Nursing - 2nd Year (Summer Start)

Doctor of Nursing

Doctor of Nursing (Spring Start)
Doctor of Nursing (Summer Start)


To contact the Financial Aid Office, click on finaid@tu.edu.