Pre-Med Program Tuition and Fees

Quality Education at an Affordable Price

Pre-Medical Tuition

Pre-Medical Terms: Terms I-lV

$4,200 per term

Basic Science Tuition: Terms I-V

$16,000 per term

Clinical Medicine Tuition: Terms VI-X

$17,700 per term

Fees

Application Fee

$50 non-refundable

Commitment Deposit

$500 non-refundable

Student Activity Fee

$50 per term through MD program

Records Administration Fee

$475 per term through MD program

New Student Fee

$600 – one time fee

Student Health Insurance Fee

$1200 Final term of PM and Terms l-X MD Program  (estimated cost)
Student health insurance includes evacuation to the U.S.

Doctor of Medicine Program Fees

MD Program Equipment and Supply Fee

$150 terms I-IV

Malpractice Insurance Fee

$233 terms VI-X

Shelf Exam (NBME) Fee

$175 terms I-X

USMLE Exam Prep Fee

$150 terms I-X

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Caribbean medical school students standing in line at the White Coat Ceremony

Other Expenses

Clinical Attire and Medical Kits

Students entering the Doctor of Medicine (MD) Program will be provided with Trinity-branded garments (2 short white lab coats and 2 sets of navy blue scrubs) and a Physical Diagnosis Kit, which includes a stethoscope. Students will also be provided with new bed linens for their Trinity-managed housing units. 

Health Insurance

Health insurance is mandatory while students are enrolled at Trinity School of Medicine. Insurance costs are currently $1200 per term per student with optional vision and dental coverage. The plan covers students and their dependents on a worldwide basis and includes evacuation to the U.S.

Housing

Basic Sciences

Trinity offers a range of apartments and residence halls for students. These options are available both on campus and in close proximity to campus (within 1/4 mile). The apartments come in various sizes, from one to four bedrooms. They are fully furnished and include amenities such as fully-equipped kitchens, high-speed internet access, and air conditioning. Both the residence halls and apartments have access to Trinity’s transportation services and provide 24-hour on-site security. Students are required to live in campus housing. This requirement ensures that students have easy access to their academic resources and support systems.

 

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Clinical Housing

Trinity has a new housing facility for students in Warner Robins. The complex is situated next to the Sonny Watson Health Science building, where clinical students engage in clinical skills labs and workshops. Each apartment comes fully furnished, and the monthly rate covers utilities, internet, elevator access, gated onsite parking, a fully equipped fitness center, and a resort-style saltwater pool. Additionally, Lofts at Houston Central will include around 5,000 square feet of retail space, with a focus on quick-serve eateries, unique sit-down restaurants, and complementary retail options. Students entering term 5 are required to live at the Lofts.

 

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Personal

Food and entertainment is estimated to cost approximately $2000 to $2500 per term.

 

All monitory amounts mentioned on the site are in U.S. denominated funds.

 

Trinity School of Medicine reserves the right to change tuition and adjust fees or to establish additional fees/charges whenever in their opinion such action is deemed necessary.

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