School of Health Professions

Tuition and Fees: School of Health Professions


Cost of Attendance for Programs in the School of Health Professions


The Cost of Attendance is the combination of the direct expenses billed to students by Baylor College of Medicine and the estimated costs of living students will incur. That cost of attendance is the maximum amount students will be able to receive in financial aid while studying at Baylor College of Medicine in a given academic year. The Cost of Attendance for each of the four programs of the School of Health Professions at Baylor College of Medicine can be found below.

Direct Expenses

Direct expenses billed to students include tuition, fees, and insurance.  All charges are divided between Fall and Spring semester billing unless otherwise indicated. Tuition and fees are subject to change. 

Students are required to participate in the Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP) offered by the school unless they are covered by a comparable plan and have received approval for a waiver by the Student Benefits Office.

Cost of Living Estimates

Costs of living are estimated expenses that you will incur to go to school that you will not pay directly to Baylor College of Medicine. These costs you may have already budgeted, such as housing expenses, food, and transportation. The Office of Student Financial Aid will provide you with an estimate of these costs based on sample data derived from the Houston area, using both the Cost of Living index and the number of months you will be enrolled at Baylor.