How much does the program cost?
Click Here to view the current graduate program fee schedule. Students are enrolled in our program year-round, including summers, so it is important to calculate tuition based on three semesters during the first two years of the program. There are a few additional costs associated with our program beyond UTC tuition and fees. These costs relate to travel and housing during clinical coursework, professional liability insurance, and professional organization fees.
What kinds of scholarships or financial aid are available?
Information is available in the “Scholarships and Financial Aid” section under the “Current Students” tab. Graduate PT students are eligible to apply for Federal student assistance; however, the types of assistance available to graduate students are limited. Opportunities through internal and external funding sources are in the form of graduate assistantships and other scholarships. Refer to the UTC Financial Aid web page for further information.
How do I apply for Financial Aid?
Contact the Office of Financial Aid for more information. Applications for departmental scholarships will be distributed to new and current students during the first week of classes.
Does the DPT Program give priority or apply different tuition rates to in-state applications?
The DPT Program follows university tuition schedules for graduate school program costs.
The cost to attend the program is different for in-state vs. out-of-state students. Click here for specific information.
I live in north Georgia or northeast Alabama. Am I eligible for in-state tuition?
No. However, regional tuition rates are available to residents of specific counties.
Click here for more information. Graduate students must reapply for regional tuition each semester.
Can I apply for In-state tuition?
It is difficult to establish residency in Tennessee for tuition purposes. We encourage all applicants and accepted students who are not current residents to base their decisions on out of state tuition rates.