College of Veterinary Medicine

Cost of Attendance

Summary of First Year Expenses: 2013-2014: Pullman Campus

 
Resident
Non-Resident
Direct Costs
 
 
Tuition
$22,352
$53,406
Mandatory Fees
$881
$881
Program Fees
$1,000
$1,000
Direct Costs Subtotal
$24,233
$55,287
Indirect Costs
 
 
Books and Supplies
$1,232
$1,232
Housing
$6,930
$6,930
Food
$4,230
$4,230
Transportation Expenses
$1,434
$1,434
Personal Expenses
$2,108
$2,108
Indirect Costs Subtotal
$15,934
$15,934
Total
$40,167
$71,221


Residency Information for WA, ID, MT, UT, WICHE and International Students.

See WSU Cost of Attendance for a more complete breakdown of projected costs for each year of the veterinary curriculum.

Total expenses for students may be greater than indicated in the table above to the cost of necessary additional expenditures for books, supplies, and other items. Microscopes are furnished for all students for $100 per year to cover maintenance and insurance. Students may purchase their own microscopes if desired.

Tuition and Fees
The tuition rate is determined every year in the spring before the start of the academic year.

Housing and Food
The Housing and Food allowance was selected to permit a student comfortable, but modest, housing and a balanced diet.

Books and Supplies
The allowance for books and supplies is sufficient for the purchase of all required books and supplies.

Personal Expenses
The personal allowance covers necessary living expenses other than room and board, which are related to being a student.

Transportation Expenses
Among these may be routine costs of transportation to and from campus (including parking fees)

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