The four-year cost of attendance for Carle Illinois College of Medicine is an estimate. Each year, the Board of Trustees (BOT) approves tuition and fees for the upcoming year. The four-year estimated cost of attendance may fluctuate depending on the approval of the BOT each year. The costs may increase slightly each year but these estimates provide a sense of the total cost of attendance.

BOT-approved Tuition + Fees for 2020-21

For more information on BOT-approved cost of attendance, please visit: registrar.illinois.edu, and for specific terms, use these links: summer, fall, spring.

In-State
Cost of Attendance

Summer

Tuition
$12,152

Student Service Fees
$1,688

Books
$900

Living Expenses
$4,435

Summer Total Cost
$19,175

Fall/Spring

Tuition
$18,228

Student Service Fees
$2,508

Books
$860

Living Expenses
$7,905

Fall/Spring Total Fees
$29,501 per semester

Yearly Cost: $78,177

Out-of-State
Cost of Attendance

Summer

Tuition
$15,336

Student Service Fees
$1,688

Books
$900

Living Expenses
$4,435

Summer Total Cost
$22,359

Fall/Spring

Tuition
$23,003

Student Service Fees
$2,508

Books
$860

Living Expenses
$7,905

Fall/Spring Total Fees
$34,446 per semester

Yearly Cost: $91,251

Estimated 4-year Tuition + Fees

In-State Estimated
Cost of Attendance

Tuition
$48,608

Student Service Fee
$6,704

Books/Supplies
$2,620

Living Expenses
$20,245

Additional STEP Costs
$2,590

Estimated 4-year Total Cost
$315,058

Out-of-State Estimated
Cost of Attendance

Tuition
$61,342

Student Service Fee
$6,704

Books/Supplies
$2,620

Living Expenses
$20,245

Additional STEP Costs
2,590

Estimated 4-year Total Cost
$367,594

Scholarships

With the support of generous donors and friends of Carle Illinois, some partial tuition scholarships will be available for the 2020-21 academic year. Fees, room and board costs are not included.

We encourage you to file the FAFSA using our school code of 001775 if you would like to be considered for other forms of financial aid. Additional information regarding the financial aid process is available below.

FAQ

Tuition and fees are typically approved by the University of Illinois Board of Trustees at their January meeting.  The Office of Student Financial Aid uses this information to determine the Cost of Attendance for all Illinois students. Cost of attendance information is available at cost.illinois.edu.

This information will not be available until the first cohort of Carle Illinois College of Medicine students graduate.

No, the Free Application for Federal Student AID (FAFSA) is the only application required.

No, only student information is required on the FAFSA.

All admitted students are automatically considered for merit scholarships–no application required! To be considered for all other financial aid, students must complete the FAFSA.

Yes. All scholarships offered to incoming students are automatically renewed for a total of four years as long as you remain in good academic standing.

No, institutional loans are not available to students in the Carle Illinois College of Medicine.  Students who file the FAFSA will be considered for Federal Unsubsidized and Grad Plus loan options. Students have the option of securing loans through private sources if additional funding is needed. Additional information is available at osfa.illinois.edu.

Take advantage of Illinois Human Resources money management resources and Financial Wellness Programming offered through University of Illinois Extension.

No, there are no additional benefits offered through the Office of Student Financial Aid.

Our medical school program will demand a significant amount of your time, as such, a part time job is strongly discouraged.

Carle Illinois College of Medicine does not offer fixed-rate tuition. As such, students may experience a slight increase in cost over the duration of their studies. Tuition and fees are approved annually by the University of Illinois Board of Trustees, typically at their January meeting. For students who have received Carle Illinois scholarships, the Student Progress and Promotion Committee reserves the right to increase scholarships accordingly.

Questions? Talk to us.