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International Student Program

Tuition and Financial Information


 

Projected Tuition and Fees for the Class of 2019

Expenses
First Year
Second Year
Tuition (in US Dollars)
$78,630
$78,630
Computerized Texts/Supplies/Fees
$2,600
$2,600
Laptop Computer
$2,750
$0
Instrument Lease and Supply Fees
$7,190
$7,190
Health Insurance (If applicable)
$4,480
$4,480
Living Expenses*
$24,300
$24,300
Loupes
$1,500
$0 
Total Estimated Annual Expenses with Living Expenses
$121,450
$117,200
 *Fees are subject to annual review and change
The list of fees and expenses above should not be considered complete for all ISP students.

 

Fee descriptions

Laptop Computer
Students will receive specific instructions for the type of computer to purchase.​ The above-listed estimated cost for the laptop computer does not include repair expenses.

Projected Tuition
Upon notification of acceptance into the program, applicants are required to submit a nonrefundable $4,000 enrollment fee as directed in the acceptance letter. The fee will be applied to the first semester tuition upon enrollment at the University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine. Financial aid does not cover the application fee or the non-refundable $4,000 deposit.

Living Expenses
Living expenses are calculated on the basis of a single student living in housing near the school. This includes rent (with roommate), utility, and food. Since the ISP program is an accelerated program, it is recommended that students live close to the School of Dental Medicine.

Health Insurance
ISP students are required to acquire and maintain a health insurance policy for the duration of their attendance at the School of Dental Medicine. At this time the school has not identified a medical insurance carrier; please purchase the health insurance on your own.

All students are to adhere to immunization requirements.


Financial Aid

ISP students may apply for financial aid which is awarded based on financial need to both U.S. citizens and qualified non-citizens (examples include, but are not limited to, refugees and permanent residents.) ISP applicants are considered for admission regardless of their financial circumstances, however, acceptance into the program does not guarantee eligibility for 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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