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2015-2016 Tuition Rates

Tuition rates and fees for the next academic year (starting fall 2015) are submitted to the UW Regents who will make the final decision on the rates in early summer. Information about School of Public Health’s proposed tuition rates for current and new students beginning fall 2015 is available on the School of Public Health website (Please see “Proposed Tuition Changes Beginning Fall 2015” near the top of the page). We will update the tuition figures in the table below with the 2015-2016 rates as soon as they are finalized by the UW Regents.

 

 

2014-2015 Tuition and Fees
Full-Time Enrollment Up to 18 Credits

 

Washington State Resident

Non-Resident

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MS or PhD

MPH

MS or PhD

MPH

Autumn 2014

$5,680

$5,902

$9,838

$11,610

Winter 2015

$5,679

$5,901

$9,837

$11,609

Spring 2015

$5,678

$5,900

$9,836

$11,608

For detailed information on tution and fees for the RD Training Program see GCPD Tuition & Fees.

Tuition for fewer than 6 or more than 18 credits

Please use the Office of Planning & Budgeting Tuition and Fee Search to obtain current tuition rates if you are enrolled in fewer than 6 or more than 18 credits.
Choose “Seattle Campus” and “Master of Public Health” for MPH tuition or “Public Health Graduate Programs (excl MPH)” for MS or PhD tuition.

 

Washington State Residency

For information on the requirements to be classified as a Washington State resident for tuition and fee purposes, please see the Residency Office website.

 

Additional Resources:

Student Fiscal Services
Office of Financial Aid
Graduate and Professional Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy for Financial Aid

 

Updated September 3, 2014

Announcements

Healthy Nutrition: From Farm to Fork
Jamie Bachaus, NSP MPH student, and Jennifer Otten, NSP Assistant Professor, guest authored the March 2015 issue of Elevate Health, the quarterly research digest of the President's Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition. The issue explores the link between public health and food systems and looks at recent evidence on how the US food system impacts such things as food availability, affordability, and quality.
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Faculty Postions Available The Nutritional Sciences Program and Department of Health Services are accepting applications to fill positions at the rank of Assistant Professor or Associate Professor (WOT). Position Announcement & Application Instructions

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