Tuition and Financial Aid
Tuition and fees
The tuition for the program during the two semesters at Rochester Community and Technical College (22 credits) is the same as that paid by all its students. For current tuition rates, visit the Rochester Community and Technical College website.
You pay tuition to Mayo School of Health Sciences for its classes. For 2014-2015, program tuition is $250 per credit, and you take 41 credits at Mayo School of Health Sciences. The estimated tuition and fees for the Mayo School of Health Sciences portion of the program is $10,250.
Other mandatory expenses
- $1,100 (estimated) — books
- $400 (estimated) — supplies and other expenses
Total estimated cost of attendance
- $4,224 — tuition and fees (Rochester Community and Technical College)
- $10,250 — tuition and fees (Mayo School of Health Sciences)
- $1,500 — other expenses
- $15,974 — total estimated cost of attendance*
*Program tuition rates, fees and related expenses are subject to change. These estimated expenses represent a good faith effort to disclose true costs of attendance.
Housing, living expenses and transportation for the four-month internship are not included in this estimate.
You are responsible for providing your living accommodations and transportation, including for the internship during the final semester of the program. Living expenses such as transportation, housing and meals are not paid to the school. However, these expenses are considered for purposes of processing financial aid, where applicable.
Mayo School of Health Sciences offers financial incentives for students to participate in many of its health sciences training programs. Scholarships, grants and low-interest loans may be available for those who demonstrate financial need.
The Office of Student Financial Aid can provide more details about financial aid or incentives offered for the Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist Program.
Other financial aid may be available from Rochester Community and Technical College. In addition, you may hold outside employment during the program if it does not conflict with class or study time.