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9.1 - Tuition cost and mandatory fees

Tuition cost and mandatory fees are listed on the Bursars site. Program-specific fees include:  $100 per semester Allied Health Clinical Education fee, $950 per semester Nutritional Sciences supervised practice fee. Students may expect additional costs that include, but are not limited to, a personal computer, textbooks, mandatory student membership in Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics ($65) and lab fees including $70 Allied Health Simulated Patient fee (NS 7121), $200 eMedley fee (for supervised practice, one-time fee), and $160 NS 7412 Food Preparation Practicum fee.

9.2 - Financial assistance/scholarships

Any full-time student who has been accepted for enrollment at OUHSC and is in good standing (i.e. not on conditional admission) may apply for financial assistance.  An entering student should obtain the necessary application packet as early as possible from the Office of Financial Aid.  Note: If you have already earned a baccalaureate degree, please contact the Office of Financial Aid for assistance as financial aid is handled differently for those students. Students taking courses as a “special student”—which include CPMA students without an undergraduate degree who are pursuing the MA/MS dual option—do not qualify for financial aid for the courses taken as a special student.

For additional information about financial aid, contact the Office of Financial Aid, P.O. Box 26901, Oklahoma City, OK 73190. The office is located in Room 241, Basic Sciences Educa­tion Building; telephone (405) 271-2118; website.

Scholarships are available from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Foundation (ANDF) and the Oklahoma Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (OkAND). Applications for ANDF scholarships are typically distributed in December and due in February. Applications for OkAND scholarships use the same form and are due in January.  The Department also sponsors scholarships. All students will be notified of opportunities as information becomes available.

9.3 - Withdrawal and refund of tuition and fees

For policies and procedures regarding withdrawal and refund of tuition and fees, contact the Bursar’s Office via phone at (405) 271-2433, email or visit their site.

9.4 - Other costs

In addition to books, a laptop computer and supplies, students are required to purchase a lab coat and professional clothing suitable for supervised practice rotations. Students may be placed outside of the Oklahoma City metro area for rotations and may incur additional expense for housing and travel. All transportation costs during the program are the student’s responsibility.

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