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Veterinary Medicine Students (2016-2017)


Fall or Spring

Fall and Spring

Tuition for Kansas resident: $562.80 per credit hour. Average full-time enrollment for veterinary medicine students is 20 credit hours per academic term.



Tuition for Non-resident: $1,276.20 per credit hour. Average full-time enrollment for veterinary medicine students is 22 credit hours per academic term.



Campus Privilege Fee: Health, student newspaper, recreation complex, and other items ($100.75 for 1st credit hour plus $30.00 per credit hours up to 11 add'l. $430.75 for 12 or more credit hours)



Veterinary Medicine Technology /Material/Note Fee: $450 per academic term for 1st and 2nd year classes. $400 per academic term for 3rd and 4th year classes.

$450.00 or $400.00

$900.00 or $800.00

Room & Board (off campus)$4,389.00$8,775.00
Books & Supplies$850.00$1700.00




Miscellaneous: Clothing, postage, travel, extra meals, social activities, season football tickets ($150), season football and basketball ticket combo ($295 ICAT or $235 general admission), yearbook ($52), parking permit ($180), etc.



Loan fees$183.00$366.00
Average Total (Kansas resident)
Average Total (non-resident)$35,493.75$70,987.50

Note: Room & board, transportation, books & supplies, and miscellaneous expenses are average amounts determined using self-reported data from a biennial K-State cost of attendance student survey.