These Are the Most Affordable Medical Schools in the Country

These Are the Most Affordable Medical Schools in the Country

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When your goal is to become a doctor, you don’t just have to worry about paying for your undergrad. You also have to consider how you are going to pay for medical school, which can be pretty pricey.  Even with a physician’s salary, the cost of attending medical school can take years to pay off. However, there are a number of public medical schools in the US that offer affordable tuition for both in-state and out of state students.

Note: If you’re looking to attend one of the affordable medical schools listed below, you might want to start planning your move to Texas.

Texas A&M College of Medicine – Bryan, TX

In-state tuition & fees: $17,592

Out-of-state tuition & fees: $30,692

According to their website, roughly 90 percent of students at Texas A&M College of Medicine receive private, institutional, federal, and state financial assistance, including long-term student loans.

Baylor College of Medicine – Houston, TX

In-state tuition & fees: $19,563

Out-of-state tuition & fees: $32,663

Of the 743 medical students enrolled at Baylor College of Medicine, 535 students (72%) received some type of financial aid.

University of Texas Health Science Center School of Medicine – San Antonio, TX

In-state tuition & fees: $17,677

Out-of-state tuition & fees: $32,084

Of the 880 medical students enrolled at San Antonio School of Medicine, 757 students (86%) received some type of financial aid.

Texas Tech University Health Science Center School of Medicine – El Paso, TX

In-state tuition & fees: $18,378

Out-of-state tuition & fees: $31,478

Of the 585 medical students enrolled at Texas Tech School of Medicine, 521 students (89%) received some type of financial aid.

Related: These Schools Have the Cheapest Out-of-State Tuition, So Get Packing

 

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