Enrollment in the Physician Assistant program represents a substantial commitment, both academically and financially. To enable students to better understand the extent of that commitment, we have prepared an estimate of the cost to complete the program; note that the estimate does not include students' personal and living expenses. The tuition and fee estimates are based on tuition for the 2015-16 academic year, and students should expect an increase of approximately 5% each year.
The total estimated cost for the entire program is $106,366 for three years.
Graduate Scholarships are offered by the University to students on the basis of their undergraduate grade point average. The Graduate Admission Office will evaluate each student's eligibility upon application for admission; there is no separate scholarship application. Award values range from $2,400 to $5,100 per semester.
Private Scholarships are often available from private corporations and foundations. Students are encouraged to explore additional scholarship opportunities via our searchable database or via Internet search engines such as www.fastweb.com.
These are available to all students who complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), have no prior defaults on federal student loans, and have not exceeded lifetime borrowing limits.
Students may borrow up to $20,500 per academic year. To learn more about repayment terms and interest rates on Direct Unsubsidized Loan, please visit this page.
Federal Direct Graduate PLUS Loans are credit-based loans offered by the federal government to graduate students. Eligible students may borrow up to the cost of education less any other financial aid received. To learn more, click here.
Alternative Loans are loans from private sources and are used to meet costs that are not covered by scholarships and the Federal Unsubsidized Loan. Students may borrow up to the cost of education less any other financial aid received. The terms and conditions for these loans vary widely. To learn more about alternative loan options, click here.
The University offers an interest-free payment plan through Tuition Management Systems (TMS). For more information or to sign up, please visit afford.com/options.
To help budget between living expenses and educational expenses, the Association of American Medical Colleges has created a monthly budget worksheet, which may be helpful to students during their three years at Monmouth. To download the worksheet, please click here.
To assist students in evaluating the resources available to them and to develop a financial plan for managing the costs of enrollment in the program, we have a dedicated point of contact in the Financial Aid Office:
Tabitha ConlanAssistant Director of Financial AidFinancial Aid Office400 Cedar AvenueWest Long Branch, NJ 07764Phone: 732-263-5506E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgFax: 732-923-4791Location: Wilson Hall, Room 108
To learn more about the PA program requirements, please visit the program's home page.