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Financial and Scholarship Information

Below, prospective students can find information on tuition at the Harrison School of Pharmacy, along with information on financial aid and scholarships.

2021-22 Tuition and Fees

P1-P3 Years In-State Rate Out-of-State Rate
General Auburn University Tuition $10,080 $30,240
Student Fees $1,746 $1,746
Pharmacy Professional Fee $10,566 $10,566
Total Tuition and Fees $22,392 $42,552

P4 Year In-State Rate Out-of-State Rate
General Auburn University Tuition $10,080 $30,240
Student Fees* $698 $698
Pharmacy Professional Fee $10,566 $10,566
Total Tuition and Fees $21,344 $41,504

Summer Term 2021 (Additional for P4s)** In-State Rate Out-of-State Rate
General Auburn University Tuition $5,040 $15,120
Student Fees $349 $349
Total Tuition and Fees $5,389 $15,469

* - Reduced student fees charged for P4 year
** - Professional Fee is not charged during Summer Term

For specific information on financial aid, please contact the Auburn University Department of Student Financial Services.

Note: The Registrar at Auburn University shall have the responsibility for determining whether a student shall be classified as an Alabama or non-Alabama student. Information on residency/non-residency policies is available in the Auburn University Bulletin.

Laptop: The Auburn Pharm.D. program provides students the opportunity to learn in an environment utilizing sophisticated information technology. Students are required to purchase a laptop computer that meets specifications established by the Harrison School of Pharmacy. Information on laptop requirements is available on the HSOP Office of Information and Instructional Technology page.

Financial Aid, Loans and Scholarships

The Auburn University Office of Student Financial Aid provides guidance to students who need financial aid in order to attend the University. The University believes that the amount of aid granted should be based on financial need. Pharmacy students seeking assistance are required to file an application for Federal Student Financial Aid annually. To request a Financial Aid Packet, please contact:

Auburn University Office of Student Financial Aid
203 Mary Martin Hall
Auburn University, AL 36849

If you wish to be considered for financial need, you must complete a FAFSA Free Application for Federal Student Aid and file it with the Auburn University Office of Financial Aid. Be sure to indicate on any forms that your student classification is "professional" student, NOT "undergraduate" student. Applications for aid should be completed in January or February of the year prior to the academic year in which the student will need assistance. Please note that this form may be completed and filed on line at To review other loan and scholarship resources available, please contact the Auburn Student Financial Aid Office or the Auburn Scholarship Office.

There are three principal types of financial assistance:


Scholarships are a form of financial assistance awarded to students who demonstrate high academic attainment and potential. Many scholarships require demonstration of financial need.


Federal Student Loans

Under the Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan program, students pursuing their Doctor of Pharmacy degree may expect a loan offer of up to $33,000 for the combined Fall and Spring terms (up to $16,500 each term) OR the total Cost of Attendance (COA) minus all other aid/resources under your name (scholarships, waivers, etc), whichever is less. Interest on this loan begins to accrue at disbursement. Repayment begins six months after graduation or when a student is no longer enrolled at least half time (5 hours for graduate/professional students). The aggregate lifetime limit is $224,000. The aggregate lifetime limit includes amounts borrowed under the Federal Subsidized and Unsubsidized Direct Loan programs at both the undergraduate and graduate/professional levels.

If the maximum Unsubsidized loan does not meet your need (COA - Unsubsidized loan - Other aid), then you may apply for the credit‐based Federal Graduate PLUS Loan to supplement up to the COA. More information and instructions on applying can be found under Forms and Documents at

If you include parental data on your FAFSA, you may also be considered for a Federal Health Professions Student Loan of up to $8,000 per academic year. Please note that although the FAFSA does not require parental data for professional students, you will need to include it to be considered for this type of loan. **Funds are limited in this program.

Bernice T. Cohron Foundation Loan Fund

Harrison School of Pharmacy Doctor of Pharmacy Students may borrow up to $5,000 per year with a total maximum of $10,000. The interest rate is 6%. This loan cannot be consolidated with other loans.

Non-Federal Alternative Loans

Should you choose not to pursue federal loans, you may wish to apply for a credit‐based Private Educational Loan (no FAFSA required). You may search for a private lender using your preferred search engine. Be sure to explore loan programs that are specifically for health professions students, as they may have more favorable interest rates and repayment terms.

Public Service Loan Forgiveness

Students interested in qualifying for Public Service Loan Forgiveness should utilize the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Help Tool available at


Students who have financial need may also obtain part-time employment within the University while attending classes. This program is federally funded.

Estimated Cost of Attendance for Fall and Spring Semesters

Alabama Resident Cost
Tuition and Fees $22,392
Room and Board $13,600
Books and Supplies $4,040
Personal $2,884
Transportation $3,020
TOTAL: $45,936
Non-Resident Cost
Tuition and Fees $42,552
Room and Board $13,600
Books and Supplies $4,040
Personal $2,884
Transportation $3,020
TOTAL: $66,096

The total amount of aid from all sources cannot exceed our estimated cost of attendance. Room/board, books/supplies, personal, and transportation amounts from this expense budget are estimates. These amounts will vary depending on where you live and your personal spending habits.

Last Updated: July 13, 2021