2013–14 SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY TUITION AND COSTS (PER TERM; 12 OR MORE HOURS)
School of Dentistry tuition (in state) — $21,605
School of Dentistry tuition (out of state) — $25,940
School of Dentistry graduate programs — orthodontics: $15,735 fall and spring, $8,280 summer; endodontics: $15,500 fall and spring, $7,750 summer; prosthodontics: $12,800 fall and spring, $6,400 summer
Housing and board — $13,050–$21,670*
Books — $770–$2,184; senior: none required (almost all clinical work)
Instruments — $900–$9,700* (subject to change)
Personal — $2,500*
Transportation — $2,840*
Go to Marquette Central for more information about 2013–14 rates.
* Estimated costs per year
Each year, more than $11 million in financial assistance is awarded to dental students.
Direct-admit PT students may use undergraduate financial aid during their first four years. In addition, the Department of Physical Therapy awards approximately $60,000 of financial aid to fifth- and sixth-year PT students.
The Princeton Review named Marquette one of its "Best 373 Colleges" for 2011, placing it among only about 15 percent of the nation’s 2,500 four-year colleges. Selection criteria included academics, admissions selectivity, financial aid, fire safety and green initiatives, and the score was based on institutional data, student surveys and Princeton Review staff visits.