Veterinary Medical Technology

Program Cost

Tuition, Books, and Fees
The following is a list of approximate expenses each student will incur during the two year VMT program (figures as of July 2018):


Fall Semester 1st Year


Description In-State   Out-of-State
*Tuition $ 1,140 $ 4,020
Books (Estimate) $    500 $    500
Uniform Package $     250 $     250
Certified Background Check $     115 $     115
Malpractice Insurance $      20 $      20
Student Fee $      40 $      40
Technology Fee $      16 $      16
Total $ 2,081 $ 4,961

Spring Semester 1st Year


Description In-State   Out-of-State
*Tuition $ 1,216 $ 4,288
Books (Estimate) $    250 $    250
Malpractice Insurance $      20 $      20
Student Fee $      40 $      40
Technology Fee $      16 $      16
Total $ 1,542 $ 4,614

Summer Semester 1st Year


Description In-State   Out-of-State
*Tuition $    684 $ 2,412
Books (Estimate) $    400 $    400
Malpractice Insurance $      20 $      20
Student Fee $       5 $       5
Technology Fee $       8 $       8
Total $ 1,117 $ 2,845

Fall Semester 2nd Year


Description In-State   Out-of-State
*Tuition $ 1,216 $ 4,288
Books (Estimate) $    400 $    400
Uniform Package $     130 $     130
Malpractice Insurance $      20 $      20
Student Fee $      40 $      40
Technology Fee $      16 $      16
Total $ 1,822 $ 4,894

Spring Semester 2nd Year


Description In-State   Out-of-State
*Tuition $ 1,064 $ 3,752
Books (Estimate) $    250 $    250
Malpractice Insurance $      20 $      20
Student Fee $      40 $      40
Technology Fee $      16 $      16
Total $ 1,390 $ 4,078

Total Cost

  In-State   Out-of-State

Total Cost for Program    

$ 7,952

   $21,392

Estimated in-state cost of tuition, books, fees, and supplies for five semesters is $7,952. Please note these are subject to change

Please Note:
Curriculum guides above are for students who enroll during the current academic year. Students who enrolled during a previous academic year should visit the Program Evaluation link in WebAdvisor to find the required list of courses for graduation. For assistance, consult your advisor.