On May 13, 2015 the University of Texas System Board of Regents approved the total annual tuition and fees rate for Dell Medical students of $19,292 for Texas residents and $32,392 for nonresidents. The actual cost of providing a medical education averages about $90,000 per student per year. The school, which is at the heart of a burgeoning health district in downtown Austin, will welcome its first class of 50 students in June 2016.
Dell Medical School tuition and fees are in line with UT Southwestern and Baylor College of Medicine — two great Texas medical schools.
To address affordability, Dean Clay Johnston has set a target of 30% scholarship support to help ensure that cost won’t be a determining issue for students.
|Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Comparison*||National Average||National Median|
|AAMC Public - Resident||$31,092||$32,452|
|AAMC Public - Nonresident||$54,727||$55,865|
|AAMC Private - Resident||$49,333||$50,703|
|AAMC Private - Nonresident||$50,921||$51,506|
Note: *85 schools reporting; 2014-2015 rates were used for comparison purposes