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Pharm.D. Program

Tuition and Fees

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Tuition

Tuition for 2018-2019 is U.S. $31,783 for Florida* and Puerto Rico residents and U.S. $36,320 for out-of-state residents, and is subject to change by the board of trustees without notice. 

*Florida residents in the entry-level program only may qualify for in-state tuition. Information on applying for Florida residency status is available at Florida In-State Tuition and will be determined at matriculation and will remain the same throughout enrollment at NSU. No tuition amounts will be adjusted as a result of change in residency.

Deposit and Fees

Acceptance and Pre-registration Deposit: $1,000. This deposit is required to reserve the accepted applicant’s place in the entering first-year class, and is due within three weeks of an applicant's acceptance. This deposit will be deducted from the tuition payment due, and is not refundable in the event of a withdrawal.

Health Professions Division General Access Fee: $145. This fee is required annually.

NSU Student Services Fee: $450 per semester.

NSU Registration Fee: $30 per semester. 

Late Payment Fee: $100. All tuition and fees not paid within 30 days after the start of the semester will incur a late payment fee.

College of Pharmacy Fees: Additional fees will be incurred for immunization training, pharmacy testing, and other college-approved activities. These fees are estimated at $1,000 over the course of the program.

The first semester's tuition and fees, less the $1,000 deposit, are due prior to the start of each semester. Tuition and fees for each subsequent semester are due on or before the start of each semester. 

The financial ability of applicants to complete their education is important because of the limited number of seats available in each class. Students should have specific plans for financing their education and should include tuition, fees, iPad, health insurance, books, printing, required equipment, transportation, living, and other miscellaneous expenses.

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