Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) cost of attendance P1 through P4
Full-time enrollment, minimum 12.0 credit hours per semester
Estimated tuition and fees
The table represents estimated academic year costs for financial aid and budgeting purposes only. For actual semester tuition and fees charges, visit the Student Accounts website.
|University charges that will appear on your E-bill|
|Additional professional and academic costs not covered by tuition and fees|
(immunization, diabetes care and medication therapy management certificates, CPR certification/recertification, pharmacy preceptor E-portfolio system and simulation fee)
|Certified background check||$150.00|
|Annual drug test||$29.00|
|Professional liability insurance (HSPO)||$40.00|
|Annual immunizations not covered under health insurance||$30.00|
|Name badge and medical kit (one-time expenses)||$100.00|
|Computer||$300.00 (up to $1,500.00, depending on computer)|
|Total for New York state residents||$30,285.00|
|Additional cost for non-New York state residents*||$10,690.00|
|Total for non-New York state residents||$40,975.00|
*As a state university, Binghamton University requires non-New York state students to pay more in tuition because we receive a subsidy from the New York State Legislature that reduces tuition costs for New York state residents. Out-of-state students do not benefit from this subsidy and are therefore expected to pay the full cost of attendance.
New York state residency
Eligibility for New York state tuition rates is based on residency in New York state. To receive New York state tuition rates, you must show that you have established a New York state domicile that is your permanent and principal home. For more information, go to the residency requirements webpage on the Student Accounts website. Contact Student Accounts directly at 607-777-2702 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions.
Financial aid and scholarships
Visit our financial aid and scholarships webpage for information.