Acceptance deposits – totaling $4,000 will be applied to the preparatory program fees.
Preparatory program fee – The preparatory program fees (minus acceptance deposit) is refundable if the student withdraws or cancels enrollment prior to the beginning of the preparatory program orientation. If the student withdraws or cancels enrollment after the start of the preparatory program orientation, refunds will be made in accordance with Penn Dental Medicine’s refund policy. The following is the Preparatory Budget for Spring, 2015.
|Instrument Fee (IMS)||$9,309|
|Room & Board (estimated)**||$7,372|
**Room and board is based on the Preparatory program and one month of clinical in the summer.
***University health insurance coverage from April 1, 2015 – July 31, 2015. You can choose to opt into the Penn student health insurance or use an approved vendor. Amount includes an additional required $200 clinical fee which all students must pay in order to access Penn student health services
Tuition and expense budget for third- and fourth-year DMD students – See DMD tuition and fees
Permanent residents and U.S. citizens are eligible for financial assistance only in the form of government-sponsored loans. International students are eligible to apply for private educational loans but will need an approved U.S. citizen or permanent resident co-sign. International applicants who are accepted into the PASS Program must demonstrate proof of adequate personal financial resources for the preparatory program and the full two years of study before an I-20 student visa application can be issued.