Tuition and Fees August 2012 - January 2013
|**Basic Sciences/Grenada*||**Clinical Years|
|Term 1||$23,759||Term 1||$23,982|
|Term 2||$23,759||Term 2||$23,982|
|Term 3/4||$32,500||Term 3||$23,982|
|Term 5||$26,241||Term 4||$23,982|
|**Malpractice Insurance, Terms 1-5|
|Per Term, Each Term||$357†|
|† Rate may change in January 2013|
|Oral Examination Fee||$1,156|
|**Graduate Studies Program|
† Rate may change in January 2013
*Individual Advancement Program (IAP)
Students who change mid-semester from a full to an IAP, at the direction of the Dean of Students will not be recharged when the courses are taken the following term but will be charged full Administrative/Student Fees.
Basic Sciences students who repeat courses at the direction of the Promotions and/or Appeals Committee will not be charged tuition for the repeated courses; however, in all these cases, full administrative/student fees will be charged.
**fees are subject to change
***Of total cost to attend St. George’s University School of Medicine, 18% represents administrative/student fees.
University Refund Policy
Students who withdraw or take an unapproved leave of absence, fail to return from an approved leave of absence, are dismissed, or otherwise fail to complete the term for which they were charged, will receive a refund of University charges based on a pro rata calculation. If students withdraw during the first 60 percent of a term, University charges are prorated based on the percentage of the term that has elapsed. If a credit balance is created, the funds will be returned to the student within 30 days. If withdrawals take place after the 60 percent point, full University charges remain due. The refund is determined by students’ effective dates of separation, which are the last recorded dates of attendance (LDA). Students who can demonstrate unusual and compelling reasons for leaving the University may appeal for an exception to the refund policy by writing a letter to the Office of Student Finances asking to apply for a William M. McCord scholarship. A McCord scholarship may be applied to the student’s account if they should return to the University and need to repeat courses. The scholarship is used to help defray all or part of the penalty paid as a result of the withdrawal.