The Princeton Health Professions Advising Office put together this informative guide to help give you a sense of what costs are involved and to aid in planning. Please note that due to changes brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, some tips listed on this page may not be relevant if schools offer virtual interview days and/or second look opportunities.
In addition to what is included in this guide, the following information is specific to the University of Michigan Medical School.
Secondary Application Fee: $85 -- fee waived for those who qualify for the AAMC-Fee Assistance Program
Our interviews are virtual; learn why. We offer hybrid Second Look opportunities.
- Our Financial Aid Office provides Full Cost of Attendance estimates to admitted students in the spring. Knowing the cost of medical school is a key factor in your decision process.
In addition to resources listed in the guide, we also recommend the free planning and study available on the Khan Academy and AAMC websites.
We never require a deposit from admitted students.
- Financial Aid counselors are available to admitted students for individual counseling sessions as needed.
"Our Office for Admissions works closely with pre-health advisors across the country to be sure they are in the loop of what we are looking for in our candidates. Pre-health advisors are a great resource for anyone thinking about a future career in medicine, even those who are considering a career switch."
Contact a pre-health advisor through your undergrad institution or, if you do not have access to a pre-health advisor, reach out to the free service provided by the Find An Advisor program of the National Association of Advisors for the Health Professions (NAAHP).