Clinical Psychology (PsyD)
Philadelphia Campus

A student’s “Cost of Attendance” (COA), also known as a financial aid budget, is the estimated full and reasonable cost of completing a full year as a full-time student. These Cost of Attendance figures are estimated and can change at any time. Tuition rates are approved annually each February and estimated COA figures are updated at that time.

Enrollment & Refund Periods

  Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4
Enrollment 9 months, 3 terms 9 months, 3 terms 12 months, 4 terms 12 months, 4 terms
Approximate Months Enrolled August - May August - May June - May June - May
# of Refunds1 3 3 4 4

Estimated Cost of Attendance

  Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4
Tuition and Fees2        
# of credits 31 21 18 16
Cost per credit $1,124/credit $1,124/credit $1,124/credit $1,124/credit
Tuition $34,844 $23,604 $20,232 $17,984
School Fee $543 $543 $725 $725
Books, Supplies, and Equipment        
Books & Supplies $1,368 $2,925 $1,088 $1,088
Living Expenses3        
Living Expenses $21,525 $21,525 $28,584 $28,584

MAXIMUM COA $58,280 $48,597 $50,629 $48,381

 


Enrollment & Refund Periods

  Year 5 Year 6 Year 7  
Enrollment 12 months, 4 terms 12 months, 4 terms 12 months, 4 terms  
Approximate Months Enrolled June - May June - May June - May  
# of Refunds1 4 4 4  

Estimated Cost of Attendance

  Year 5 Year 6 Year 7  
Tuition and Fees2        
# of credits 8 4 4  
Cost per credit $1,124/credit $1,124/credit $1,124/credit  
Tuition $8,992 $4,496 $4,496  
School Fee $725 $725 $725  
Books, Supplies, and Equipment        
Books & Supplies $1,088 $1,088 $1,088  
Living Expenses3        
Living Expenses $28,584 $28,584 $28,584  

MAXIMUM COA $39,389 $34,893 $34,893  
 
Tuition and the school fee are charged by term. Tuition rates generally increase by 3 percent (3%) each year. If students are paying any portion of their tuition out-of-pocket, they must make payment to the PCOM Bursar's Office by each term's tuition due dates.
 
Living expenses includes reasonable costs for room (rent, utilities), board (food, groceries, necessities), school-related transportation (car insurance, gasoline, public transit), health insurance, and personal expenses.
 
When loan and scholarship payments disburse, they first go toward paying a student's PCOM tuition and fee charges. Students then receive remaining funds as “refunds” to help them meet their personal living expenses. Visit our Disbursements and Refunds webpage for more detailed information.