T U I T I O N
School Of Medicine
Before commencing medical school, each student must recognize and plan for the financial realities of his or her decision to enter a four year university program, which will culminate with an MD degree. Besides tuition fees, there will be expenses of textbooks, study guides, computer costs, basic medical instruments, hospital/clinical fees, probably travel and possibly room and board.
In order to pay for medical school, some students attempt to balance work with being a medical student. While not an ideal way to obtain high scores in medical school, this option is sometimes the only one available for students. Balancing work and medical school requires a high degree of student discipline as well as total cooperation from appropriate family members.