Tuition rates are subject to change without notice.
Per Credit Hour 3 Credit Hours Tuition: $980 Tuition: $2,940 Total Duration Tuition Cost Program Duration: 36 credits (2.5 years) Total Tuition Cost: $35,280
Each registered semester, students are assessed a flat $35 registration fee. Leave of Absence and Continuous Enrollment are considered registration activity and require payment of the registration fee.
Students in online programs do not pay the Student Association Fee. Costs of textbooks are not included in tuition. Students should budget for textbook costs each semester.
A summary of the current tuition and fees for the Post-Professional Occupational Therapy Doctorate Program can be found on the Student Accounts Webpage within the School of Medicine & Health Sciences PDF.
- Policies and Disclosures Related to Financial Aid
If you wish to apply for federal loans, you must submit the Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the academic year. In addition to the FAFSA, you may be required to submit supplementary documentation for federal and private loans. Please be advised, students who receive financial assistance must adhere to the Satisfactory academic Progress (SAP) requirements.
Please visit the GW Office of Student Financial Assistance (OSFA) and the GW Student Accounts Office to review a comprehensive list of important policies related to financial aid that you will need to familiarize yourself with, including the following items:
- GW Policy on Satisfactory Academic Progress
- GW Financial Education Resources
- Student Accounts Disclosures
- GW Withdrawal and Tuition Refund Policy
- GW Health Sciences Tuition Refund Schedule (Dates)
- Net Price Calculator
- Tuition Policies for Service Members and Veterans
- Policies Related to Enrollment Status
- Other Important Financial Aid Policies
- Military Educational Benefits
GW’s Office of Military and Veteran Student Services processes applications for entitlement payments under the various classes of veterans’ educational benefits from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. If you are planning to use the G.I. Bill®, please consult the Admitted Veteran, Military Personnel, and Dependent Student Checklist. GW Certifying Official(s) and information about military benefits can be found at the Office of Military and Veteran Student Services website.