Audiology Tuition and Financial Aid
Earning a doctor of audiology at Pacific University is an investment in your future. We are here to help you plan a financing strategy for your education.
The Financial Aid Office determines eligibility for all federal loan and employment programs and provides resources for students interested in borrowing through private and alternative loan programs. The process of financing a graduate education can be challenging; the Financial Aid Office is committed to making the process as manageable as possible.
Review AuD tuition, program costs and financial aid below.
AuD Tuition 2023-2024
Tuition and fees are based on standard program enrollment.
Year 1 tuition and fees: $41,379/year
Year 2 tuition and fees: $41,109/year
Year 3 tuition and fees: $40,830/year
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To apply for financial aid, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA is available annually beginning October 1. To explore and understand available financing options, we recommend that you file the FAFSA no later than February 15, prior to the start of the academic year. It is not necessary to be accepted for admission prior to submitting a FAFSA.
Federal Student Loan Programs
Federal student loan programs offer:
- Fixed interest rates, set annually by the federal government
- Income-driven repayment plans
- Loan forgiveness plans
Alternative loans are available through private lenders. Eligibility is generally based on a borrower’s employment history, credit score, debt-to-income ratio, and enrollment status. Students are encouraged to explore federal student loan options before applying for alternative student loans.
Learn more about federal student loans for graduate and professional programs.
Federal Work Study
Federal work study funds part-time jobs for students with financial need, as determined by the FAFSA. Earnings are paid directly to the student for hours worked. To qualify, students must submit the FAFSA by March 1 (prior to the start of the academic year) and indicate on the FAFSA that they want to be considered for federal work study.
AuD Assistantship Opportunities
Tuition waiver amounts and graduate assistantships are determined by the Audiology Admissions Committee. All students are considered for these assistantships and there is no additional application to be considered. Assistantships are announced at the time of acceptance offers. These are non-renewable assistantships offered to selected first-year AuD students based on the Audiology Admissions Committee’s evaluation of the application for admission and interview. Approximately 6 assistantships will be offered.
An assistantship provides a $3,000 - $7,000 waiver for the first year’s tuition plus a $2,500+ stipend for 150 hours of work (at approximately $14.25 per hour) to be completed during the course of the first academic year. Work assignments vary based on the needs of the program. Students are paid an hourly wage and are paid monthly based on hours worked. There are no assistantships available in year two or year three of the program due to the nature of our accelerated curriculum.