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Master of Genetic Counseling (MGC) Cost of Attendance

Costs for 2020-2021

view 2019-2020 costs

The following expenses represent the amounts established by the Vanderbilt University Office of Student Financial Aid as reasonable costs for attending Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. It is expected that most students can live within these costs. Students with extenuating circumstances may reach out to the Office of Enrollment Services with documentation and exceptions. Dependent child day-care costs may be added with documentation. Modest annual increases can be expected.

 

 1st Year
Fall / Spring / Summer
(12 months)
2nd Year
Fall / Spring
(9 months)
Direct Costs Paid to Vanderbilt
Tuition$40,000$40,000
Student Service Fees*$634$542
Year 1 Transcript Fee$100
Indirect Costs
Books / Supplies$750$500
Rent / Utilities$16,213$12,160
Meals$7,968$5,976
Personal**$7,560$5,670
Transportation$1,979$1,484
Loan Fees***$1,050$700
Total Cost of Attendance$76,254$67,032

*Student Service Fees are charged at $271 for fall and spring semesters, and $92 for summer semester.
** Personal includes allowance of $304/month for health insurance.
*** Loan Fees are based on average loan fees incurred by similarly classified borrowers during the previous academic year.

 

Expected Bill at VanderbiltFallSpringSummer
Tuition - Year 1$16,000$16,000$8,000
Tuition - Year 2$20,000$20,000
Student Health Insurance ‡$1,827.50$1,827.50
Student Service Fees ‡$271$271$92
Transcript Fee ‡ (new students)$100

‡Explanation of Fees

Student Health Insurance Fee

Student Service Fees

  • These fees support co-curricular interests and events as well as recreational programs administered through the Vanderbilt Recreation and Wellness Center. Additional information can be found in the Vanderbilt University Student Handbook (vanderbilt.edu/student_handbook).
  • The annual fee is charged to the student’s account in the fall, spring, and summer semesters.

Transcript Fee


Costs for 2019-2020

The following expenses represent the amounts established by the Vanderbilt University Office of Student Financial Aid as reasonable costs for attending Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. It is expected that most students can live within these costs. Students with extenuating circumstances may reach out to the Office of Enrollment Services with documentation and exceptions. Dependent child day care costs may be added with documentation. Modest annual increases can be expected.

 

 1st Year
Fall / Spring / Summer
(12 months)
Direct Costs Paid to Vanderbilt
Tuition$40,000
Student Service Fees*$585
Indirect Costs
Books / Supplies$750
Rent / Utilities$15,744
Meals$7,824
Personal**$7,368
Transportation$1,980
Loan Fees***$1,028
Total Cost of Attendance$75,279

*Student Service Fees are charged at $250 for fall and spring semesters, and $85 for summer semester.
** Personal includes allowance of $292/month for health insurance and for new students, also includes the $100 transcript fee.
*** Loan Fees are based on average loan fees incurred by similarly classified borrowers during the previous academic year.

 

Expected Bill at VanderbiltFallSpringSummer
Tuition - Year 1$16,000$16,000$8,000
Student Health Insurance ‡$1,825$1,825
Student Service Fees ‡$250$250$85
Transcript Fee ‡ (new students)$100

‡Explanation of Fees

Student Health Insurance Fee

Student Service Fees

  • These fees support co-curricular interests and events as well as recreational programs administered through the Vanderbilt Recreation and Wellness Center. Additional information can be found in the Vanderbilt University Student Handbook (vanderbilt.edu/student_handbook).
  • The annual fee is charged to the student’s account in the fall, spring, and summer semesters.

Transcript Fee