Tuition & Fees

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Tuition and Fees Schedule

The investment in your Doctor of Pharmacy degree is laid out below so you can plan for your future. If you would benefit from tuition assistance, please contact financial aid to review your options. Tuition and fees are approved each year by the Appalachian College of Pharmacy Board of Trustees.

Class of 2025

Standard FeeAmount
Tuition$37,500
Student Activities Fee*$403
Student Government Fee**$77
Clerkship/Practicum Fee***$1358
Technology Fee****$1162
Total Tuition and Fees$40,500
Additional Fees
Seat Deposit*****$250

Class of 2024

Standard FeeAmount
Tuition$37,500
Student Activities Fee*$403
Student Government Fee**$77
Clerkship/Practicum Fee***$1358
Technology Fee****$1162
Total Tuition and Fees$40,500
Additional Fees
Seat Deposit*****$250

Class of 2023

Standard FeeAmount
Tuition$37,500
Student Activities Fee*$403
Student Government Fee**$77
Clerkship/Practicum Fee***$1358
Technology Fee****$1162
Total Tuition and Fees$40,500
Additional Fees
Seat Deposit*****$1,000

The rate for student fees shall be uniform whether a student is full time, part time, or less than part time. Technology fees (e.g., student computers, software, etc.), access to library resources and databases, and student organization membership fees remain constant whether a student is full time, part time, or less than part time.

*The Student Activities Fee covers costs related to student membership in professional pharmacy organizations and other costs, such as those relating to graduation, college-sponsored events, and mission-focused student activities. 
**The Student Government Fee covers costs associated with student government-sponsored activities.
***The Clerkship/Practicum Fee covers costs associated with experiential training at clerkships sites.
****The Technology Fee covers costs associated with providing networking and equipment for students.
*****Students offered admission have 10 working days to notify ACP, in writing, whether they wish to have a place reserved in the class. The student’s written acceptance of ACP’s offer must be accompanied by a check or money order for $250, payable to ACP, to reserve a seat in the class. This money will be credited to the first semester’s tuition for the first year of enrollment. This fee is refundable up to $150 for requests received prior to June 1.

Tuition Refunds

Under ACP’s tuition refund policy, students who withdraw from ACP are responsible for paying all assessed tuition and fees due for that term. ACP tuition is based on three academic terms (summer, fall, and spring.

ACP adheres to the federal Return of Title IV Funds regulations for calculating the percentage of the academic term completed by the student. The amount of tuition owed will be assessed based upon the percentage of time the student spent in academic attendance. This policy applies to all students regardless of whether the student received Title IV funds.

A prorated schedule is used to determine the amount of tuition the student owes at the time of withdrawal up through the 60 percent point in each enrollment period. After the 60 percent point of the payment period or period of enrollment, a student owes 100 percent of that semester’s tuition and fees.

The amount of tuition owed depends on the number of calendar days the withdrawing student has completed. The percentage of the period completed is determined by dividing the number of calendar days completed in the payment period or period of enrollment, as of the day the student withdrew, by the total number of calendar days in the same period.

The number of calendar days in the numerator or denominator includes all days within the period, except for institutionally scheduled breaks of five or more consecutive days. The day the student withdrew is counted as a completed day.

Any questions concerning the refund policy should be directed to the Director of Academic Records, Admissions, and Financial Aid. Students attending ACP through tuition waivers or scholarships will not receive a cash refund for the portion of the tuition paid or waived by other sources.