The annual tuition and fees rate for the 2017 incoming class of Dell Medical students is $19,871 for Texas residents and $33,364 for nonresidents. The actual cost of providing a medical education averages about $90,000 per student per year.
Dell Medical School tuition and fees are in line with UT Southwestern and Baylor College of Medicine — two great Texas medical schools.
To help alleviate debt so that it’s not a determining issue for students, Dean Clay Johnston has set a scholarship target that will underwrite one-third of all tuition costs.
|Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Comparison*||National Average||National Median|
|AAMC Public - Resident||$34,592||$36,427|
|AAMC Public - Nonresident||$58,668||$36,427|
|AAMC Private - Resident||$55,534||$57,472|
|AAMC Private - Nonresident||$56,862||$57,472|
*145 schools reporting; summary statistics for academic years 2012-2013 through 2016-2017; data as of Feb. 2017