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The anticipated tuition for 2020-21 is $55,671 for Florida Residents and $62,390 for Out-of-State students. A Health Professions Division student access fee of $145 is required each year. An NSU student service fee of $1500 is also required annually along with $1000 for clinical rotation fees. Additional fees may apply.
Average Student Loan Debt for the past 3 graduating classes of Osteopathic Medical Students
2017 = 239 graduates; average loan debt of $274,947
2018 = 230 graduates; average loan debt of $272,764
2019 = 233 graduates; average loan debt of $286,8767
The Fiscal Year (FY) 2016 Cohort Default Rate for the overall university is 2.2%.
The NSU Health Professions Division evaluates completed state residency applications from residents of the State of Florida. For tuition purposes, all incoming students will be classified as out-of-state residents until their state residency application has been evaluated and accepted.
Students who do not complete their residency application before the start of the academic year will not be eligible for in-state tuition. Upon matriculation, these students are not eligible for reclassification of state residency, and for tuition purposes, will be assessed out-of-state tuition for all subsequent terms of attendance.
For initial determination of residency, submit the State Residency Application to Florida Residency In-State Tuition Department.
For additional Information, please visit the Policy for Florida In-State Tuition page.
Nova Southeastern University Health Professions Division Enrollment and Student Services Attention: Florida Residency Specialist 3200 S. University Drive Fort Lauderdale, FL 33328 (954) 262-1126