The Cost of Attendance (COA) is an estimate of how much is needed to attend for one year. It includes tuition and fees paid directly to UCF, as well as indirect costs incurred while enrolled.

Federal regulations allow for costs associated with the student only as family size and needs are taken into consideration in the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) formula and the resulting EFC (Expected Family Contribution) calculation.

For detailed information for all classes, please refer to page 148 in the M.D. Program Student Handbook found on GPS. COA information for first year students is below:

First Year Traditional MD Student Estimated Cost of Attendance (COA)

Tuition and Fees

UCF College of Medicine tuition and fee rates are reset annually and cover courses taken during the academic year. The structure and length of the academic year changes with each class level. Although the academic term is the full academic year, tuition is billed semi-annually.

Tuition and fees for 2017-2018 have not yet been published, however they will be approximately the same as 2016-2017, which can be found here. (Select “Other Programs” and then “Doctor of Medicine” from the drop-down menus.)


Billing Schedule

M1 and M2:

M3 and M4: