Approved tuition and fees for the 2016-2017 academic year are as follows:
FA, SP, SU
FA, SP, SU
|Resident Tuition ($313.15/credit hour)||$13,779||$18,789|
|Non-resident Tuition ($817.50/credit hour for Allied Health Courses,$602.05/credit hour for Non-Allied Health Courses)||$32,092||$49,050|
|Minnesota Resident Tuition ($585.50/credit hour for Allied Health Courses, $428.05/credit hour for Non-Allied Health Courses)(15-16 rate - this rate changes in August for Fall, Spring courses)||$22,928*||$35,130*|
|General Activity Fee (per credit hour)(only charged during Year One)||$1,910||$0|
|Health Sciences Fee ($97.70/credit hour)||$2,540||$5,862|
|Delivery Fee (Year 2 only)||$0||$2,604|
|Life, Disability, AD&D||$81.59||$89.00|
|Tuition and Fees are subject to change by the South Dakota Board of Regents. *MN reciprocity rates are not set until August and are provided for estimate purposes only.
*Health Insurance is required and must meet minimum requirements set by Health Affairs. The amount listed is that allowed by Financial Aid, not the actual cost of the coverage.
For a detailed estimate of expenses for the upcoming year please view the 2016-2017 Student Budget.
Tuition and fees are subject to change by the South Dakota Board of Regents
The University of South Dakota has financial aid programs to assist students who have financial needs. The Office of Financial Aid is prepared to supplement student contributions from its aid sources for qualified applicants. Counselors are available to assist students in obtaining financial aid from outside sources. It is very important that all financial planning arrangements are complete prior to entering the program.
Physician Assistant students are advised that employment during the didactic phase of the program is highly discouraged and not allowed during the clinical phase due to the heavy academic demands of the program.