Tuition and fees are determined on a yearly basis by Bethel University’s Board of Trustees. The university reserves the right to change tuition and fees at any time without prior notice.
Tuition is based on full-time studies and covers the 27-month program. Tuition is $69,650 for the entire 27 months or $9,950 per semester. (Note: The program consists of 7 semesters.)
Fees and Expenses
$70 graduation fee
$4000 for lab coats, books, medical equipment, malpractice insurance, TAPA Annual Conference fee, BLS and ACLS certifications, additional drug screen and immunization updates before beginning clinicals, and any other fees deemed necessary by the Program.
It is mandatory that all students have health insurance while enrolled in our program. This health insurance must be maintained through the entirety of our program. You must provide proof of medical insurance coverage before enrollment, and you must be able to provide proof that you are maintaining that insurance at any time you are asked during your enrollment in the program.
Additional expenses that may occur during enrollment in the BUPAP 27-month program are the responsibility of the student. This may include but is not limited to traveling to assigned clinical sites, lodging, meals, etc. At this time, BUPAP does not provide housing for students during clinical rotations. There may be reduced cost housing available at soe, but not all sites. Rotations will typically be anywhere within 150 miles of Bethel University and the student is expected to incur the expense of travel to and from the rotation site, lunch, and/or housing. Please plan for these additional expenses ahead of time.