Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine Estimated Cost of Attendance (COA)

Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO)

Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine Estimated Cost of Attendance (COA)

Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO)

Academic year 2020-2021 (subject to yearly change):

The following cost of attendance figures are used to estimate a student’s financial aid eligibility for the academic year (two semesters). Costs may vary based on individual circumstances.

Tuition**: $57,191
Student Activity Fees**: $1,599
Housing/Meals 1: $12,650
Personal /Miscellaneous Expenses 2: $3,600
 Transportation 3: $1,820
Additional Supplies (ex: diagnostic kit, COMLEX study Resource): $500
 Health Insurance 4: $3,200
 Estimated Total:  $80,560

* The cost-of-attendance component is subject to change without notice.
** The Direct Cost is subject to an increase of 3% – 5% every academic year, with new cost table
available in Spring

  1. Housing expenses reflect the average costs of living on or off campus. Because federal regulations do not allow housing costs to be tailored to individual students, a student’s personal housing arrangements do not affect the cost of attendance used by the Office of Financial Aid
  2. Miscellaneous and personal expenses is an allowance for items such as utilities, clothing, personal care products, vision/dental insurance, laundry, and other incidentals.
  3. Transportation is an allowance for operating and maintaining a vehicle, which is used to transport the student to and from school.
  4. $3,200 ($266.00per month for the twelve-month enrollment period). Based on non-smoker, New Mexico resident per the NCSL Health Insurance Marketplace. For plans in New Mexico visit https://www.bewellnm.com/. Students who receive state assistance insurance will have the insurance cost component removed from their COA
  5. The total cost-of-attendance cannot be tailored to an individual student’s quality of life, but the Office of Financial aid will do professional judgements for students with extenuating circumstances and approved elective clinical rotations that need additional travel expenses.

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Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine Estimated Cost of Attendance (COA)

Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO)

Academic year 2019-2020 (subject to yearly change):

The following cost of attendance figures are used to estimate a student’s financial aid eligibility for the academic year (two semesters). Costs may vary based on individual circumstances.

Tuition 1: $54,468
Student Activity Fees 2: $1,599
Housing 3: $10,000
 Meals:  $4,500
 Miscellaneous / Personal Expenses 4:  $3,556
 Transportation 5:  $4,000
 Additional Supplies/Equipment/Books:  $1,500
 Health Insurance 6:  $2,100
 Estimated Total:  $81,723

 

  1. Tuition includes all Learning Resource Fees.
  2. Student Activity Fees include the Student Government Fees.
  3. Housing expenses reflect the average costs of living on or off campus. Because federal regulations do not allow housing costs to be tailored to individual students, a student’s personal housing arrangement does not affect the cost of attendance used by the Financial Aid Office
  4. Miscellaneous and personal expenses is an allowance for items such as utilities, clothing, personal care products, vision/dental insurance, laundry, and other incidentals.
  5. Transportation is an allowance for operating and maintaining a vehicle which is used to transport the student to and from school.
  6. $2,100 ($233 per month for the nine-month enrollment period). Based on non-smoker, New Mexico resident per the NCSL Health Insurance Marketplace. For plans in New Mexico see https://www.bewellnm.com/.

 

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Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine Estimated Cost of Attendance (COA)

Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO)

Academic year 2018-2019 (subject to yearly change):

The following cost of attendance figures are used to estimate a student’s financial aid eligibility for the academic year (two semesters). Costs may vary based on individual circumstances.

Tuition: $50,455
Student Activity Fees: $1,494
Student Government Fees: $60
Instructional Technology Fees: $2,500
Housing 1: $10,000
 Meals:  $4,500
 Miscellaneous / Personal Expenses 2:  $3,556
 Transportation 3:  $4,000
 Additional Supplies/Equipment/Books:  $1,500
 Health Insurance 4:  $2,100
 Estimated Total:  $80,165
  1. Housing expenses reflect the average costs of living on or off campus. Because federal regulations do not allow housing costs to be tailored to individual students, a student’s personal housing arrangement does not affect the cost of attendance used by the Financial Aid Office
  2. Miscellaneous and personal expenses is an allowance for items such as utilities, clothing, personal care products, vision/dental insurance, laundry, and other incidentals.
  3. Transportation is an allowance for operating and maintaining a vehicle which is used to transport the student to and from school.
  4. $2,100 ($233 per month for the nine-month enrollment period). Based on non-smoker, New Mexico resident per the NCSL Health Insurance Marketplace. For plans in New Mexico see https://www.bewellnm.com/.

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Academic year 2020-2021

Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine Estimated Cost of Attendance (COA)

Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO)

Academic year 2020-2021 (subject to yearly change):

The following cost of attendance figures are used to estimate a student’s financial aid eligibility for the academic year (two semesters). Costs may vary based on individual circumstances.

Tuition**: $57,191
Student Activity Fees**: $1,599
Housing/Meals 1: $12,650
Personal /Miscellaneous Expenses 2: $3,600
 Transportation 3: $1,820
Additional Supplies (ex: diagnostic kit, COMLEX study Resource): $500
 Health Insurance 4: $3,200
 Estimated Total:  $80,560

* The cost-of-attendance component is subject to change without notice.
** The Direct Cost is subject to an increase of 3% – 5% every academic year, with new cost table
available in Spring

  1. Housing expenses reflect the average costs of living on or off campus. Because federal regulations do not allow housing costs to be tailored to individual students, a student’s personal housing arrangements do not affect the cost of attendance used by the Office of Financial Aid
  2. Miscellaneous and personal expenses is an allowance for items such as utilities, clothing, personal care products, vision/dental insurance, laundry, and other incidentals.
  3. Transportation is an allowance for operating and maintaining a vehicle, which is used to transport the student to and from school.
  4. $3,200 ($266.00per month for the twelve-month enrollment period). Based on non-smoker, New Mexico resident per the NCSL Health Insurance Marketplace. For plans in New Mexico visit https://www.bewellnm.com/. Students who receive state assistance insurance will have the insurance cost component removed from their COA
  5. The total cost-of-attendance cannot be tailored to an individual student’s quality of life, but the Office of Financial aid will do professional judgements for students with extenuating circumstances and approved elective clinical rotations that need additional travel expenses.

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Academic year 2019-2020

Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine Estimated Cost of Attendance (COA)

Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO)

Academic year 2019-2020 (subject to yearly change):

The following cost of attendance figures are used to estimate a student’s financial aid eligibility for the academic year (two semesters). Costs may vary based on individual circumstances.

Tuition 1: $54,468
Student Activity Fees 2: $1,599
Housing 3: $10,000
 Meals:  $4,500
 Miscellaneous / Personal Expenses 4:  $3,556
 Transportation 5:  $4,000
 Additional Supplies/Equipment/Books:  $1,500
 Health Insurance 6:  $2,100
 Estimated Total:  $81,723

 

  1. Tuition includes all Learning Resource Fees.
  2. Student Activity Fees include the Student Government Fees.
  3. Housing expenses reflect the average costs of living on or off campus. Because federal regulations do not allow housing costs to be tailored to individual students, a student’s personal housing arrangement does not affect the cost of attendance used by the Financial Aid Office
  4. Miscellaneous and personal expenses is an allowance for items such as utilities, clothing, personal care products, vision/dental insurance, laundry, and other incidentals.
  5. Transportation is an allowance for operating and maintaining a vehicle which is used to transport the student to and from school.
  6. $2,100 ($233 per month for the nine-month enrollment period). Based on non-smoker, New Mexico resident per the NCSL Health Insurance Marketplace. For plans in New Mexico see https://www.bewellnm.com/.

 

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Academic year 2018-2019

Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine Estimated Cost of Attendance (COA)

Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO)

Academic year 2018-2019 (subject to yearly change):

The following cost of attendance figures are used to estimate a student’s financial aid eligibility for the academic year (two semesters). Costs may vary based on individual circumstances.

Tuition: $50,455
Student Activity Fees: $1,494
Student Government Fees: $60
Instructional Technology Fees: $2,500
Housing 1: $10,000
 Meals:  $4,500
 Miscellaneous / Personal Expenses 2:  $3,556
 Transportation 3:  $4,000
 Additional Supplies/Equipment/Books:  $1,500
 Health Insurance 4:  $2,100
 Estimated Total:  $80,165
  1. Housing expenses reflect the average costs of living on or off campus. Because federal regulations do not allow housing costs to be tailored to individual students, a student’s personal housing arrangement does not affect the cost of attendance used by the Financial Aid Office
  2. Miscellaneous and personal expenses is an allowance for items such as utilities, clothing, personal care products, vision/dental insurance, laundry, and other incidentals.
  3. Transportation is an allowance for operating and maintaining a vehicle which is used to transport the student to and from school.
  4. $2,100 ($233 per month for the nine-month enrollment period). Based on non-smoker, New Mexico resident per the NCSL Health Insurance Marketplace. For plans in New Mexico see https://www.bewellnm.com/.

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