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2022-2023 Cost of Attendance

The Cost of Attendance is an estimate of direct costs (tuition, fees, and health insurance, if required) and indirect costs (rent, food, transportation, supplies, and miscellaneous expenses). The Office of Financial Aid calculates an estimated cost of attendance that is then used to both determine your eligibility for student loans and assist you while you budget your expenses.

Living expenses will vary widely, depending on your living arrangements. Factors such as having a roommate, living within close proximity of campus, and adapting to a student lifestyle all impact the amount of living expenses you pay each year. Our method for determining living expenses is based on averaging rent prices within the surrounding area and combining that figure with modest transportation and miscellaneous personal cost estimates. The following information can help you determine how to best budget your costs and live comfortably while pursuing your degree at Rosalind Franklin University.

Students are strongly encouraged to adjust the estimated figures to reflect individual expenses such as room and board, books and supplies, miscellaneous personal expenses, and transportation costs.

Chicago Medical School

Chicago Medical School

College of Health Professions

Biomedical Sciences (MS)

Clinical Psychology (PhD)

Clinical Counseling Psychology (MS)

Doctor of Nurse Practice: Nurse Anesthesia Entry (DNP)

Pathologists' Assistant (MS)

Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT 1)

Physician Assistant (MS)

College of Pharmacy

College of Pharmacy

Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine

Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine

College of Nursing

Doctor of Nursing Practice: Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (DNP)

Master's Entry into Nursing Practice

School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies

School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies

Online Education

Online Doctoral Degrees

Online Masters Degrees

Online Certifications