AAVMC Cost Comparison Tool
The Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges has developed this Cost Comparison Tool to help prospective students further develop a financial plan for veterinary school. As concerns continue to grow about the increasing educational debt held by recent veterinary school graduates, it is imperative that prospective students take time to consider and plan for the costs associated with becoming a veterinarian.
The Cost Comparison Tool below presents several key pieces of financial data that should be considered when applying to veterinary school. The map tab provides data for all 30 colleges in the United States, as well as 12 international colleges. The map includes resident, non-resident and international total tuition (adjusted for colleges where residency may be established after the first year) charged to the class of 2019, the average amount of institutional scholarship aid awarded to first year professional students, the percentage of students to whom it was awarded, the cost of living for each of the participating colleges and estimated loan interest accrued on a fully financed education. The map also includes information about median debt levels for 2018 graduates.
The other dashboards can be accessed by clicking on the titled tabs. The Tuition Comparison dashboards present resident, non-resident, international and 2018-2019 first year tuition cost information for each veterinary medical college. Sliders on the right side of the dashboard allow you to narrow schools based on certain variables.
This tool is best viewed in Chrome, Firefox, or Safari. It is not supported by Internet Explorer.
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Now that you know how much it costs, see how you can get help funding your education