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Office of Student Financial Assistance

Veterinary Medicine Students (2017-2018)

The costs below represent an estimate of a student's educational expenses for the academic year. The average full-time enrollment of veterinary medicine students is 20 credit hours per academic semester. For an in-depth look at the costs, visit the University Cashiers Office

 

Resident

Non-Resident

Tuition & Fees 

An estimated amount calculated based on average full-time enrollment for graduate students of 20 credit hours per academic term. Students are also assessed a campus privilege fee and additional course fees based on enrollment. 

$24,974.00

$54,366.00

Room & Board (off campus)$8,884.00$8,884.00
Books & Supplies$1,720.00$1,720.00
Transportation$3,170.00$3,170.00
Miscellaneous$4,350.00$4,350.00
Loan fees$366.00$366.00
Total
$43,464.00$72,856.00

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