Tuition and fees are the same for both Virginia and out-of-state residents. The table below provides a breakdown of the tuition and fees.
|Electronic Textbooks and Supplies||$1,000.00|
|Academic and Athletic Fees||Waived|
|Living Expenses (est)||$17,050.00|
|Health Insurance+ (est.)||$2,500.00|
Technology support services are provided at no cost to students through the Carilion Clinic Technology Support Group. Students are also given access to Employee Health at Carilion Clinic (including immunizations), and access to the Employee Assistance Program (Carilion Clinic psychological and other counseling).
+ Students are required to have a laptop computer. Minimum specifications will be provided. Students who wish to purchase a new laptop have access to the Virginia Tech Bookstore purchase plans. The computer expense is for first year only. All other expenses are projected per year.
+ All students will be required to carry health insurance. If you already have a health insurance plan, you will be able to keep it. A variety of individual and group plans will be made available to students attending VTCSOM. For example, The Virginia Tech Graduate Student health plan ($100,000 coverage) for an individual costs on average $2,500.00 per year.
** All fees subject to annual review by the VTC Board of Directors.
Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine offers a competitive financial aid package, including private and merit-based scholarships in addition to loans. Students have access to private loan programs with interest rates comparable to federal student loan rates until the school achieves regional accreditation and is eligible for U.S. Department of Education Title IV federal student loan programs.
AMCAS applications open
AMCAS applications may be submitted
Deadline to file the AMCAS application
Deadline for submission of secondary application to VTCSOM
Submit FAFSA as soon as possible or no later than this date
By AMCAS regulations, applicants may hold only one acceptance