Occupational Therapy

OTD Cost of Attendance

Occupational Therapy Doctorate Program

COST OF ATTENDANCE

  • The cost of attendance (COA) is a very important concept for students to understand-- it is considered the estimated educational expenses for 2 semesters. Generally, the COA is the sum of tuitions, fees, books (or other educational expenses), transportation, living (on or off campus), and misc. expenses.
  • Each student will be charged tuition and fees, UPass, and all lab and technology fees. Tuition is based on a by credit fee and in-state residency, as well as an academic program. Each student is considered full time at 12 credit hours. Students living in dorms will be charged room and board. All other fees associated with the COA are estimates and will be dependent on the student.
  • The Occupational Therapy Program has calculated COA based on the university estimates of COA and       converted these costs to estimate annual and total costs for the program since the program meets all year round.
  • Please refer to the CSU Treasury Services website for up-to-date information.
  • Students interested in Financial Aid should refer to the CSU Financial Aid Office website.

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*Tuition and Fees are subject to change; See Tuition and Fees Schedule. Other costs are estimates.

**The Program uses several textbooks in multiple courses throughout the program, and students will want to use these texts during Fieldwork experiences as references. Students may choose to rent or borrow books to reduce costs.

OTS out of state

*Tuition and Fees are subject to change; See Tuition and Fees ScheduleOther costs are estimates.

**The Program uses several textbooks in multiple courses throughout the program, and students will want to use these texts during Fieldwork experiences as references. Students may choose to rent or borrow books to reduce costs.