Pharm.D. for International Pharmacists
Students should anticipate spending approximately $1,000 a year for books, equipment, and supplies, and $14,000 for living expenses for a nine-month academic year.
The primary financial responsibility for a student's education rests with the student and his or her family, but economic circumstances for some families may make it necessary for the student to obtain assistance from other sources.
The purpose of the Student Financial Aid Program at Nova Southeastern University is to help as many qualified students as possible to complete their pharmacy education. Various loans, scholarships, and grants are available to qualified students to help ease the high cost of a health professions education. Approximately 90 percent of College of Pharmacy students receive some form of financial assistance. These financial assistance programs are described in a separate university publication, The NSU Guide to Student Financial Assistance. For a copy or information, contact
NOVA SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY
Office of Student Financial Assistance
3301 College Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 33314-7796
(954) 262-3380 or 800-806-3680
Opportunity for a limited number of part-time work assignments is available. However, the demands of a program of professional study limit the number of hours a student can work.