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Tuition and fee

Tuition and fees for students in Basic Sciences are due upon registration but no later than fifteen days prior to the first day of classes. Non-payment by the first day of classes may result in registration being cancelled. Students must pay tuition and fees prior to attending classes or being recorded on the official roll. Tuition and fees are subject to change. Students with an outstanding balance due are not eligible to register for the next semester without clearing up that outstanding balance to the satisfaction of the Financial Office. For students in both Basic Sciences and Clinical Sciences, a U.S. $100 late fee will be assessed if tuition and fees are not paid on time.

Tuition and Fees

Four-year Veterinary DVM Program (Total 10 Semesters) Five-year Veterinary DVM Program (Total 13 Semesters)

Four-year Veterinary DVM Program Total: USD 99,500

Name Fees frequency
Registration Fee
USD 1000.00
One Time
laboratory Fee
USD 150.00
One Time
Library Fee
USD 150.00
One Time
Examination Fee
USD 115.00
One Time
Basic Science Tuition
USD 9,500.00
Per Semester I-VIII
Clinical Science Tuition Fee
USD 11,000.00
Per Semester VIII-X
Pre-vet Tuition*for 5-year program
USD 4,500.00
Per Semester PV1-PV3

Basic Science Refund Policy

All refunds will be made within thirty (30) days of the withdrawal date. Before any refund can be initiated, a withdrawal form must be completed and submitted to the dean of Basic Sciences. Any new applicant to St. Nicholas University: School of Veterinary Medicine requesting withdrawal within three days of payment of the seat deposit to St. Nicholas University: School of Veterinary Medicine shall receive a full refund.

Clinical Science Refund Policy

Any student withdrawing from a clinical rotation, subsequent to assignment and acceptance, will not be subject to a refund on tuition for that semester of rotation.

Veterinary medical profession contributes in diverse ways, from developing drugs and protecting the food supply to treating companion animals and investigating animal diseases in the wild.

National Research Council

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