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Comprehensive Fee Structure

Tuition and fees for the Ithaca College MS-PAS program is one comprehensive fee. The comprehensive fee is determined annually and may change somewhat from year to year. Therefore, the figures cited here should be used for estimation purposes only. The comprehensive fee does not include books or course specific fees. Changes to the tuition and fees listed here will be updated on this page in a timely manner.

Total estimated tuition for the 27-month program for Academic Year 2021-2022 (class entering in August 2021) is $103,000.

The chart below provides an outline for the estimated cost of attendance including books, housing, transportation etc. broken down by semester.

Total Gross Cost for Cohort 1 Learners (estimated per year)

Cost Item

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Total

Comment

Gross Tuition

$50,580

$38,625

$13,795

$103,000

Room/Board

$11,400

$11,400

$5,700

$28,500

Only a 6 month lease in year 3

Fees:

Books, Subscriptions & Memberships (AAPA, NYSSPA)

$1,665

$-

$-

$1,665

SonoSim Technology

$1,635

$-

$-

$1,635

ACLS, BLS, and PALS Certification

$500

$-

$-

$500

Standardized Patients/Skills Testing

$600

$-

$-

$600

Medical Equipment

$1,500

$-

$-

$1,500

Learner Laptop

$1,450

$-

$-

$1,450

White Coats, Name Tags, Patches

$150

$-

$-

$150

Learner Health Insurance (Optional)

$2,192

$2,400

$2,600

$7,192

Total

$71,672

$52,425

$22,095

$146,192

Refund Policy

If a learner withdraws or is separated from the Ithaca College MS-PAS program for any reason other than a disability once the semester has started, a credit for fees charged is given on the following basis:

Weeks Attended

Refund Rate

1st week

100%

2nd week

85%

3rd week

70%

4th week

60%

5th week

50%

6th week

40%

7th week

30%

8th week

15%

9th week

0%

Refunds and Financial Aid

Federal regulations governing Title IV financial aid programs require that the Office of Financial Aid determine the amount of the refund that must be paid back to the financial aid programs if the learner received aid for educational expenses. Therefore, some or all of a learner’s credit may be allocated to financial aid programs and not refunded to the learner. For more information please contact the Office of Financial Aid at sfs@ithaca.edu.