Cost of Attendance Example for DPT
The Cost of Attendance (COA) is the maximum amount of funds that may be borrowed in a two-semester loan period.
The COA consists of tuition and fees for the two-semester loan period plus a living expense allowance to cover the eight (8) months encompassed by the two semesters.
Example of COA for a DPT Student
For a DPT student entering in Summer 2017 the total Cost of Attendance for the first two semesters would be calculated as follows:
- Tuition: Summer 2017 $15,200 + Fall 2017 $19,700 = $34,900
- Fees: Matriculation $600 + General Student fee summer $650 and fall $675 + Clinical Fee $800 + Anatomy Fee $675 = $3,400
- Living Expense Allowance [see below for composition]: $27,916
Total Cost of Attendance Maximum allowed for Summer/Fall 2017:
$34, 900 Tuition
27,916 Living Expense Allowance (see below)
$66,216 COA Maximum for Summer and Fall 2017
Living Expense Allowance
This Living Expense Allowance is derived from a budget calculated as shown below which is representative of student living expenses for eight months in the Boston area.
The COA is determined by MGH Institute in accordance with federal regulation.
The current Living Expense allowance (not including tuition and fees) for the eight-month, two-semester loan period is reflected below.
Living Expense Estimate for Graduate Programs (all programs other than Accelerated BSN)
(e.g. for Fall/Spring or for Summer/Fall)
Room & Board Personal
Books & Supplies
Total two-semester living expense allowance