Veterinary Medicine Student Cost | LSU Financial Aid & Scholarships

Veterinary Medicine Student Cost

Estimated Yearly Cost

Estimated yearly cost is an estimate of the cost for the upcoming academic year based on the actual cost for the current academic year. The estimated cost below is based on the 2016-17 academic year and is subject to change.

Estimated Yearly Cost: 2017-18 Louisiana Resident Non-Louisiana Resident
Tuition & Fees (12 credit hours per semester) $26,847  $55,947

 

Cost of Attendance

Cost of attendance (COA) is the maximum amount of financial aid and scholarships a student can receive. Cost of attendance does not represent an amount you will owe to the university. COA includes tuition and fees, room and board, allowances for books and supplies, transportation, and miscellaneous/personal expenses. Students with an unusual expense that might affect their COA can contact Financial Aid to determine if an increase is appropriate.

Note 1: A computer cost may be added for students who purchase a computer for their major or residential college. The computer does not have to be required by the college or major to be added to the COA. The cost may be given each year with documentation of purchase of up to $1,151.

Note 2: A cost for Federal Loan Origination Fees will be added for those students who accept a Federal Stafford Direct Subsidized, Unsubsidized, and/or Plus Loan.

Cost of Attendance: Fall 2017 and Spring 2018 Louisiana Resident Non-Louisiana Resident
Student Living in an Apartment $49,631 $78,941 
Student Living with Parent/Family $43,089 $72,399 

 

Cost of Attendance: Summer 2017 Louisiana Resident Non-Louisiana Resident
Student Living in an Apartment $4,084  $4,130
Student Living with Parent/Family $2,971  $3,017 

Cost Resources

The following links can provide more precise information regarding cost: