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Graduate Orthodontics Program

Tuition and Financial Information

Orthodontics Tuition, Fees and Financial Information


The Orthodontics Graduate Program is a full-time program requiring 30 months in active residency, therefore, outside employment is strongly discouraged. Below is the tuition for students beginning their residency in August 2016. Tuition and fees are approximate and subject to change each year. 


First Year

Second Year

Third Year
(prorated for 6 months)





Instrument Lease








Admission Fees

Upon notification of acceptance into the program, applicants are required to submit a nonrefundable tuition deposit of $7,000 to reserve a position in the class. This deposit will be applied toward their tuition during the first semester of attendance. ​

Financial Aid 

For more information about financial aid services, how to apply and important deadline dates, please visit the Financial Aid and Scholarship Office. 

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