Tuition and Fees

Cost of Attendance Chart


Students are responsible for transportation costs, housing, meals, and any expenses incurred for professional meetings. Estimated expenses have been established by the financial aid office as reasonable costs for attending the Vanderbilt Center for Programs in Allied Health (based on 2019/20 academic year). NOTE: Expenses may be reduced by sharing costs of housing, utilities, and transportation with another student.


$100 non-refundable (payable to Vanderbilt University Medical Center).


A $350 non-refundable deposit fee will be required at the time of program acceptance. 


Tuition for the twenty-one month course is $39,000 - with $9,750 due in August of the year entering. Three additional payments of $9,750 will be spread consecutively throughout the program.


Fees include but not limited to: supply fee, student activity fee, technology fee, lifetime transcript fee, background check (x2), drug screen (x2), professional liability insurance, scrubs, lab coat, and graduation fee.  


Students will be required to purchase textbooks from a list provided during program orientation. The estimated cost for books and supplies is ~$1,400. 

  • Textbook List | Class of 2020


All Allied Health Students are required to be covered by health insurance during their training. Students should seek private healthcare insurance options, or enroll via the government healthcare exchanges.

Please note: the tuition and fees listed above are subject to change without notice.

The Vanderbilt Observation Experience (VOE) is currently CLOSED and is not accepting applications for students to visit campus and shadow cases. An update will be posted here as soon as it opens back up.