What does pharmacy school cost?

VCU School of Pharmacy’s Pharm.D. program is one of the most affordable pharmacy programs in the country for in-state and out-of-state students.

All tuition and fees associated with the Pharm.D. program can be found below. Please note the costs below show tuition and fees together as a total annual cost. Most schools of pharmacy present their tuition and fees separately — be sure to compare total cost.

  • In-state tuition and fees: $37,146 per year*
  • Out-of-state tuition and fees: $51,379 per year*

Interested in calculating pharmacy school tuition and fees by yourself? Feel free to use VCU’s Tuition and Fees Calculator

  • Select a semester
  • Select a program: Professional — Pharm.D. program
  • Student status: graduate or professional
  • Residency: Differs for each student
  • Enrollment: Full-time
  • Select housing: No housing
  • Select a meal plan: No meal plan

*subject to change

How do your students pay for pharmacy school?

Our students pay for pharmacy school in a variety of ways including scholarships, grants, GradPlus or HRSA loans, work study and employment.

How much money  do pharmacy school students typically qualify for (GradPlus Loans):

VCU School of Pharmacy does not handle any issues related to financial aid. Please feel free to direct your questions to our Financial Aid Office liaison, Nicky Abdul (nabdul@vcu.edu). Pharm.D. scholarship related questions can be sent to pharmacy@vcu.edu.

Do you have more questions about paying for pharmacy school? Schedule an appointment.

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