Tuition and Financial Aid
Cost of attendance
Estimated first-year student expenses (11.5 months) for the 2023-2024 academic year of the Cytotechnology program:
|Direct expenses (paid to Mayo Clinic)|
|Tuition* (32 credits, $549/credit)||$17,568|
|Estimated Mayo Clinic Scholarship||-$17,568|
|Total estimated cost for direct expenses||$0|
|Indirect expenses (not paid to Mayo Clinic)|
|Books, course materials, supplies, and equipment||$300|
|Housing and food ($2,020/month)||$23,230|
|Home internet ($55/month, plus $50 one-time install fee)||$683|
|Personal and miscellaneous ($565/month)||$6,498|
|Certification exam (American Society for Clinical Pathology Board of Certification)||$250|
|Total estimated cost for indirect expenses||$34,986|
|Total net cost of attendance|
|Total estimated single student budget (direct + indirect expenses)||$34,986|
*Note: Tuition, the only budget item directly billed to you, is paid automatically by Mayo Clinic Scholarship. Adjust remaining budget items accordingly to align with your individual household budget needs. Exact tuition bill amounts are subject to change and are dependent on program curriculum.
Estimated budget information is provided to allow you to completely prepare for your education. The estimated budget is the estimated cost of education-related expenses.
- Personal and miscellaneous expenses include clothing, laundry and cleaning, personal hygiene and grooming, recreation, renter's insurance, student health insurance, and disability insurance.
- Transportation expenses include gas, oil, maintenance, and insurance.
- Federal student loan fee is the average amount based on prior year borrowers and are a percentage of the total loan amount.
- Dependent care and other expenses may be added to the budget on a case-by-case basis with supporting documentation. Contact Mayo Clinic's Financial Aid Office for further information.
Withdrawal and tuition refund
See the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science withdrawal and tuition refund policy.
Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences offers financial incentives for students to participate in many of its health sciences training programs. Scholarships, grants, and low-interest loans may be available for those who demonstrate financial need.
The Office of Student Financial Aid and Registrar can provide more details about financial aid or incentives offered for the Cytotechnology Program.