Students should anticipate the following approximate expenses.
- First year $1,400
- Second year $1,200
- Third year $1,250
- Fourth year $1,200
For instruments and equipment:
- First year $14,800
- Second year $12,000
- Third year $7,500
- Fourth year $6,500
Students will be required to have a personal laptop of their choice that will meet needed specifications to accommodate the program requirements. These specifications will be sent to students under separate cover upon final acceptance. These costs are equivalent to those at other private dental schools. Living expenses are estimated at $21,500 for a 12-month academic year. The primary financial responsibility for a student's education rests with the student and his or her family. However, economic circumstances for some families may make it necessary for the student to obtain assistance from other sources.
The Office of Student Financial Assistance at Nova Southeastern University is there to help as many qualified students as possible to complete their education. Various loans, scholarships, and grants are available to qualified students to help ease the cost of a health professions education. These financial assistance programs are described on our Web site at www.nova.edu/financialaid.
For additional information, contact NSU's Office of Student Financial Assistance at:
Horvitz Administration Building-1st floor
3301 College Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, Fl 33314
Terry Administration Building- 1st floor
3200 South University Drive
Fort Lauderdale, Fl 33328
Opportunities for a limited number of part-time work assignments are available. However, the demands of a program of professional study limit the number of hours that a student can work.