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The University of Findlay College of Pharmacy's tuition and fees are listed below. A seat deposit of $500 is required to hold your place in the program and will be applied toward your first-semester tuition. Your seat deposit is non-refundable, but is credited back to your Findlay student account and will go toward your tuition costs once you are officially enrolled in classes.

Course fees are embedded within the four professional years and average $900 each year.

Tuition and fees are the same for distance and on-campus learners. However, students participating in the PharmD distance learning pathway will have additional costs associated with initial orientation and subsequent annual on-campus educational immersions. These estimated fees are shown below.

Professional Program Tuition and Fees

Full-time Pharmacy

(12 to 18 credit hours*)

Fall 2022 starts and later

$21,245 Cost Per Semester / $42,490 Annual Cost*

Ineligible for institutional aid during the summer semester

$11,914 Cost Per Semester

$885 Cost Per Hour (hours in excess of 18 credit hours*)

Student Activity Fee

(non-refundable) 12 or more credit hours*

Cost per Semester / Annual Cost

$150 / $300

Student Activity Fee

(non-refundable) 6 or less than 12 credit hours*

Cost per Semester

$150

General Service Fee

(non-refundable) 9+ credit hours​*

Cost per Semester / Annual Cost

$600 / $1,200

General Service Fee

(non-refundable) 9 hours or fewer credit hours

Cost per Hour

$60

Learning Resource Fee

Pharmacy P1-P4 only (non-refundable)

Cost per Semester

$75

One-Time Registration Fee

(Freshman/Transfers/Readmits)

Cost per Semester

$100

One-Time Orientation Fee

(Freshman, Transfers)

Cost per Semester

$150

Proficiency Exam $100
Independent Study/Directed Study Fee $100 plus tuition
Official Transcripts $7.50 per transcript
UF Payment Plan Fee $65 per semester

Returned Payment Fee

(check, ACH or credit/debit card)

$30 per item

Undergraduate Student Audit

(full-time, 12 to 18 credit hours*) A student may pay applicable course fees.

No charge

UF Alumni Audit

Students must contact the Office of Financial Aid. Students must pay applicable required fees and course fees.

$50 per course

 

Estimated Expenses for On-Campus Immersions

 3 Total Days

Professional Year 1, Immediately prior to Fall semester

Ground Travel*

$410

Housing

$270

Flights

$290

Meals & Snacks

$240

*Daily Transportation (airport and daily hotel to campus)

 

$1,150 Total for On-Campus Immersion

 7 Total Days

Professional Year 1, Immediately following Spring semester

Ground Travel*

$410

Housing

$630

Flights

$290

Meals & Snacks

$560

*Daily Transportation (airport and daily hotel to campus)

 

$1,830 Total for On-Campus Immersion

 7 Total Days

Professional Year 2, Immediately following Spring semester

Ground Travel*

$410

Housing

$665

Flights

$290

Meals & Snacks

$560

*Daily Transportation (airport and daily hotel to campus)

 

$1,865 Total for On-Campus Immersion

 7 Total Days

Professional Year 3, Immediately following Spring semester

Ground Travel*

$410

Housing

$700

Flights

$290

Meals & Snacks

$560

*Daily Transportation (airport and daily hotel to campus)

 

$1,900 Total for On-Campus Immersion

 3 Total Days

Professional Year 4, Immediately following Spring semester

Ground Travel*

$410

Housing

$315

Flights

$290

Meals & Snacks

$240

*Daily Transportation (airport and daily hotel to campus)

 

$1,195 Total for On-Campus Immersion

 34 Total Days

Ground Travel*

$2,050

Housing

$2,580

Flights

$1,450

Meals & Snacks

$2,160

*Daily Transportation (airport and daily hotel to campus)

 

$8,240 Total for On-Campus Immersions

 

  1. Ground travel calculated at $175/one-way taxi and $60/immersion for campus shuttle
  2. Housing calculated at $90/night discounted rate (including tax and fees) with Findlay Inn for those needing housing. Includes daily breakfast and an increase in cost by $5 each year.
  3. Flights calculated average domestic flight to Ohio, including average bag and change fee. Airports to consider include Detroit, MI, Columbus, OH, Fort Wayne, IN, and Dayton, OH.
  4. Meals & Snacks estimated at $80 per day, assuming the student chooses to participate in planned meals and optional evening activities.
  5. Costs are an estimate and will vary based on the student’s location and individual needs. Costs include anticipated incidental costs associated with the immersion(s) that may occur while participating in these on-campus activities.

Each professional year has associated experiential learning requirements embedded within it, and during the fourth professional year, student learning is scheduled in various pharmacy settings. Efforts will be made to place distance learners within one hour of their home address for their experiential learning. If this is not possible, the student could be required to complete an experiential learning rotation with the program’s Ohio-based experiential education network. Housing and transportation to and from experiential sites throughout the educational experience will be at the student’s expense.

Anticipated Immersion Dates

These dates are subject to change. We strongly recommend waiting to make travel arrangements until the month of January preceding each immersion.

Professional Year

Date

Orientation

August 9 to 12, 2023

Professional Year 1 Immersion

May 5 to 11, 2024

Professional Year 2 Immersion

May 2025

Professional Year 3 Immersion

May 2026

Graduation Week Immersion

April/May 2027

 

Financial Aid

An education from the University of Findlay is one of the most important investments you can make in your future. Financial aid can help bridge the gap between your resources and the cost of tuition. The Office of Financial Aid works with you every step of the way to develop a customized financial aid plan that meets your needs so you can reach your educational goals.

The University of Findlay offers several kinds of financial support to new and returning students, including merit and endowed scholarships, grants, and loans through federal student aid and the State of Ohio. Students who plan on using financial aid are required to submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) annually. Your FAFSA is used to determine grant and loan amounts to help with the cost of attending college. These funds come from a variety of federal, state, and institutional sources. You should complete the form even if you do not believe you will be eligible for any financial aid. 

The University of Findlay uses the FAFSA to award institutional aid, which is more generous than federal and state sources. All students who complete the FAFSA will also qualify for Federal Direct Loans up to an annual limit based on their dependency status and class standing, regardless of credit history. 

The Office of Financial Aid will process FAFSA applications for those who applied and were admitted to the University of Findlay. Students who do not require any additional steps will receive a financial aid award. Those who need to take additional steps to complete the process will be assigned “action items.” Prospective students can view their awards or action items through the applicant site. Current and returning students can log into Workday to view their awards or outstanding action items.

 

Financial Aid Application Process

To be considered for financial aid, you must first file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Findlay’s Federal School Code is 003045. Use this school code to ensure your FAFSA information is accurately transmitted to Findlay.

Points to Remember

  • Review the Student Aid Report (SAR) you receive from the U.S. Department of Education. Ensure all required sections are complete and accurate and that you indicated UF's federal school code, 003045. Follow the instructions to make corrections if necessary, and then keep the final SAR for your records.
  • Keep a copy of all documents that you submit to the Office of Financial Aid.
  • Be certain that you understand the conditions of the awards you accept.
  • Advise the Office of Financial Aid immediately if you receive student aid funds from any independent outside source (e.g., private scholarships and grants). A change in your resources may affect your UF financial aid package.
  • Remember that you must reapply for financial aid each year. We prefer that you apply for financial aid after October.
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