Tuition, Financial Aid, & Scholarships

Find information on financial aid eligibility and scholarship offerings at the college and beyond.

Tuition

The figures displayed below are only intended to help students anticipate costs for the program.  Students entering Allied Health clinicial doctorate programs will see an increase in instructional costs beginning in Fall 2020, and this increase is not yet reflected on the Bursar's website.  

Tuition and Fees
Fee Desription Ohio Non-Resident
Instructional Fee $6,930 $12,801
General Fee $398 $398
Campus Life Fee $257 $257
ITIE Fee $184 $184
Program Fee $215 $215
Total $7,984 $13,855

The Doctor of Physical Therapy does participate in the UC Metro and Reciprocity rates. For more information, please visit the UC Bursar's website. Students are also required to have Bloodborne Pathogen Insurance, which will be charge to the student bill annually.  Additional fees may apply, please visit the UC Bursar's website for more information.

Financial Aid

Students in master's or doctoral graduate programs are encouraged to fill out and submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). If already completed, access the "Check My Aid" link on the application page to check your status. For further assistance, contact our OneStop student service center at 513-556-1000, or email financeaid@uc.edu.

Tuition Payment Plans

Payment plans offer you the ability to spread tuition and fees payments across a semester. To learn more, visit the Catalyst Student Portal. Enter your login information and, under the "My Finances" tab at the top of the page, choose the "Billing Information" drop down and select "Payment Plan Enrollment."

Scholarships

At this time, the DPT admissions committee, and other scholarship committees determine student scholarships based on your PTCAS applications.  Scholarship offers were awarded upon admission to the program.  

Connect with external organizations independently to determine criteria, deadlines and award timelines for scholarships offered.  To search for scholarships offered by the university, visit the Student Financial Aid Scholarship Search database.

Note: If eligible, you received GIA/GAS funding information in your admission letter or a separate email.

Other Opportunities

Veteran Education Benefits

If you are a veteran, you could qualify for Veteran Educational Benefits or GI Bill funding. For information on utilizing your benefits at the University of Cincinnati, visit the Veterans Programs and Services benefits page. General information for veterans is available in UC's Veterans Programs & Services section.