UNMC educational costs vary from program to program. Undergraduate programs allow for some work; employment is encouraged if your academic schedule permits. The academic intensity of graduate/professional studies leaves little time for work. If you find that work is feasible, our office strongly encourages you to do so.
For more information on tuition rates, course fees, mandatory fees, etc., please visit the 2013/2014 Student Fees and Tuition Rates pages.
Please use the Student Budget Worksheet to determine if you have adequate resources to fund your student costs. Federal student aid is designed to meet your "needs" not your "wants". Remember when completing the worksheet, you will have limited financial aid to meet your needs.
Medicine, first year: The required preceptorship after your first year of Medicine (summer following M1 year) is not funded with financial aid dollars. Per the College of Medicine: transportation, room and board are provided by the preceptor site. If you ask for a special site that is not funded, you are responsible for the costs and will not be funded with financial aid.
Students are billed each semester they are enrolled. It is the student's responsibility to pay their student accounts using the various forms of financial aid they receive for the academic year. The Student Billing / Delinquent Tuition Fee Policy can be found on page 92 of the Student Handbook.
UNMC students may access student account information, 1098-T, and make payments at the Campus Records Website.
It is important that students who are making plans to attend the University and who are not Nebraska residents are familiar with the effect residency policies may have on their financial preparation for attending the University. For more information on residency, please visit the UNMC Student Services Residency. Students with questions regarding residency contact, Academic Records, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, NE 68198-4230 or you can email Student Services with your questions regarding residency issues.
Non-resident students may be eligible for a non-resident tuition waiver. Please contact your program Dean to determine if you qualify for this waiver. This waiver covers the cost differential portion of tuition only. This waiver if not automatic - your Dean must recommend you for the waiver annually.
Nebraska Tax Credit: Non-resident tuition can also be reduced if Nebraska state taxes were paid for the year prior to the reduction request. Students attending the College of Dentistry or the College of Nursing on the Lincoln campus should contact the Office of Student Accounts for appropriate forms 402-472-2887. All other UNMC students contact Student Financial Services for the appropriate forms, 402-559-8086 or 800-626-8431, ext. 8086.
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