Tuition & fees

Tuition
Tuition for the medical dosimetry program is $400/credit hour. Tuition costs are the same for in-state and out-of-state residents. To estimate your costs per semester or for the entire program, simply multiply $400 x the number of credits for enrollment. For an in depth look at tuition per credit hour, visit the University’s cost to attend page.

Withdrawal/Refunds
Refund of tuition upon withdrawal depends on the timing of withdrawal. Visit the UWL Cashier’s office website to learn more about withdrawal and tuition refund policies

Fees/Additional Costs

  • Textbooks: Textbook costs will fluctuate based on the required textbooks each year, whether you already own some of these textbooks, and/or whether you purchase new or used textbooks. Students are advised to purchase textbooks online. (note: average student costs $300-$500)
  • Computer: A computer meeting the current UWL ITS specifications is required in order to complete online coursework.
  • Webcam: a built-in camera or stand-alone webcam is required for video/oral presentations in online courses. Also used for video conferences/chats.
  • Headphones/microphone: may be required for certain web-based sessions or conference calls. Also reduces ‘feedback’ and produces better quality oral/video presentations.
  • Scanner: A scanner may be required for submission of certain coursework material if print/scan is necessary.
  • Fees:
    • Criminal Background Check: $48.75 charged during admissions/acceptance *
    • $2/credit learning management system fee
    • Liability insurance: $15 charge (spring semester) for internship (Track A/B only)
    • $25/semester registration fee 
    • $38 graduation fee (after completion of 20 credits)
  • Health insurance: required; responsibility of the student; must be current during enrollment.
  • Immunizations: required; responsibility of the student; must be current during enrollment. *
  • CPR certification: required; responsibility of the student; must be current during enrollment.
  • Living expenses: responsibility of the student.

     * If additional screening requirements are necessary, additional costs may be incurred.

Financial Aid

  • We encourage you to apply for Financial Aid between January and March preceding the academic year in which you plan to attend.  Please contact the Financial Aid office for more details.
  • Financial aid is not available during any semester in which you are enrolled for 5 credits or less.  If you choose to take an additional 1 credit course, you would then be eligible for financial aid.  Otherwise, opt for extra funding in the prior semester.

Scholarships
For information regarding scholarship opportunities please visit Scholarships

Help support the medical dosimetry program!
Interested in supporting the program?  For further information on contributing to the program please visit UWL Medical Dosimetry Fund.