Tuition and Fees
Tuition, cost-of-living, and student loan debt burden are all taken into account when considering any possible tuition increases.
Financing Your Education
As a student in the MCW Pharmacy School, you will be responsible for funding the cost of your education. Many students fund their education through various sources, including personal or family funds, grants and scholarships, loans and employment.
At MCW, we strive to provide financial assistance that ensures equal access for all capable and deserving students. The MCW Financial Aid Office is responsible for administering financial aid programs for the Pharmacy School. Students considering applying for admission to the MCW Pharmacy School must complete 90 credit hours of undergraduate study prior to matriculating to be considered for federal financial aid assistance.
We encourage you to complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), to ensure you are considered to receive federal financial aid. All U.S. citizens and permanent residents qualify for federally sponsored financial aid that covers the cost of attendance. The Pharmacy School and the MCW Financial Aid Office will work closely with you so that you understand the financial implications of pursuing your pharmacy education.
As an applicant of MCW’s Pharmacy School, you are considered for scholarships based on available funding for incoming students.
MCW Pharmacy School scholarships are generally awarded early in our rolling admissions cycle, so we encourage you to apply early to ensure the broadest eligibility for our scholarships.
If you are accepted into the PharmD program, you must have a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on file to be considered for scholarships based on financial need.