An accredited 15-month program prepares Certified/Registered Medical Assistants
TUITION & FEES
Tuition for the Medical Assistant Program (Spring 2021) is $12,000.00 for the entire program. Tuition payments are due as follows:
|Periods of Time||Amount|
|Quarters 1 & 2||$4,800.00|
|Quarters 3 & 4||$4,800.00|
Fees for the Medical Assistant Program (Spring 2021) are non-refundable once the student has begun instruction during the quarter to which they apply and are due as follows:
|Periods of Time||Categories||Amount|
|Upon Registration||Registration Fee||$100.00|
|Prior to First Quarter||Clinical/Lab Fee||$500.00|
|Prior to Third Quarter||Clinical Fee||$500.00|
|Prior to Fifth Quarter||Clinical Fee||$250.00|
The fees listed above include the following:
- The Uniform Fee is used to provide students with a uniform, including five sets of scrubs and a sweatshirt.
- The Technology Fee is used to provide students with online learning resources, the learning management system, the student portal, and the computerized library.
- The Clinical Fee is used to cover the cost of students’ coverage under the Center’s Malpractice/Liability insurance policy, to operate and maintain the student lab, and to provide students with a variety of educational affiliated clinical internship sites.
- There will be no hourly charge for make-up sessions/activities.
Students are required to have a physical examination and be medically cleared by a private physician as well as have a criminal background check performed. The background check is done through a third-party company called Certified Background. More information regarding clinical clearance will be provided in the orientation packet. The clinical clearance fees are estimated at $460.00.
Students are required to purchase all textbooks on their own. Textbook costs are estimated at $645.60.
Financial aid is available to students who qualify. For more information, please refer to the Financial Aid section in the Institutional Catalog.
Payment Plans may be available to students on a case by case basis.
- Room and board – students are required to make their own arrangements for housing. The cost of room and board is at the student’s expense.
- Field trips and meetings are at the student’s expense.
- Upon graduation, the student must apply for the credentialing examination. Fees for the examination are at the student’s expense.
- A student may wish to join one or more of the professional organizations in the field. Membership fees are at the student’s expense.
- Students are expected to supply their own health insurance plans.