Tuition and Financial Aid
The Office of Financial Aid is here to assist you in obtaining the federal financial
aid you are eligible to receive as quickly as possible. We can help you understand
the cost of medical school and help you identify ways to pay for your education.
CARES Act HEERF Funding
OSU-CHS received $72,067 in CARES Act- Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds that were
provided directly to students who were impacted by the disruption of campus and courses
being moved to online. We were able to provide $341.75 to each student who completed
an application stating they experienced an expense related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
These funds were awarded to 209 students who were Title IV eligible (FAFSA filers) and
the awards totalled $341.75 per student.
At this time the remaining applcations are being reviewed to determine if students
have additional exceptional expenses not covered by the initial disbursement.
Apply for Financial Aid
Learn about the steps to complete your FAFSA application to qualify for assistance. Applications must be filed each academic year. Our Title IV School Code is G11282.Learn More
Cost of Attendance
We provide a year-by-year breakdown of tuition, fees and other costs associated with attending medical school.View Tuition
Types of Financial Aid
From scholarships to student loans to work-study options, we can help you identify what aid will work best for you.Learn More
The American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine (AACOM) offers an online series of educational debt management modules designed to help osteopathic medical students and recent graduates.Learn More
The OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine is now offering admitted students with permanent residency in Arkansas, Kansas and Missouri an out-of-state tuition waiver if they score at least a 500 on their Medical College Academic Test (MCAT) and have a 3.5 overall GPA.View Flyer